[avahi] avahi-browse question
jeungster at gmail.com
Mon Jul 11 14:19:31 PDT 2011
After some further troubleshooting, it looks like my power pc can send
multicast packets, but it does not receive them. Even when I ping
184.108.40.206, the packets don't show up on the power pc network interface.
I'm guessing this is the root cause of my problem. If multicast isn't
working correctly, perhaps it isn't too surprising that I'm seeing strange
On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 2:04 PM, Lennart Poettering
<lennart at poettering.net>wrote:
> On Thu, 07.07.11 17:34, Michael Jeung (jeungster at gmail.com) wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > I'm new to avahi and I'm struggling with a problem: Under what
> > will an avahi record disappear from avahi-browse?
> When the server which registered it tells us that it is gone now. Or
> when the network we found it one ceases to be accessible (for example,
> the local iface we found it on goes away.)
> > However, a few seconds after I turn on the second avahi-daemon, the first
> > avahi record disappears:
> > - eth1 IPv4 FooApplication _service._tcp
> > If I then restart the avahi-daemon on the first power pc, the opposite
> > happens: The first avahi record (Foo) returns and the second avahi record
> > (Bar) disappears from avahi-browse.
> > I'm trying to understand what would cause this behavior. What causes an
> > avahi-record to disappear from avahi-browse? It seems to me that my
> > avahi-daemons are interfering with one another, even though they are
> > on separate devices. Thoughts?
> No idea. Check the logs whether something else happened at the same
> time. For example, when you encounter a name conflict of some kinda
> avahi will log about this. Or if a network interface stops being
> available it will log that too.
> Lennart Poettering - Red Hat, Inc.
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