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Cheshire S., Steinberg D.H. — Zero Configuration Networking: The Definitive Guide
Cheshire S., Steinberg D.H. — Zero Configuration Networking: The Definitive Guide



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Название: Zero Configuration Networking: The Definitive Guide

Авторы: Cheshire S., Steinberg D.H.

Аннотация:

It used to be that two laptops, sitting side by side, couldn't communicate with each other; they may as well have been a thousand miles apart. But that was then, before the advent of Zero Configuration Networking technology. This amazing cross-platform open source technology automatically connects electronic devices on a network, allowing them to interoperate seamlessly-without any user configuration. So now you don't have to lift a finger! Needless to say, it has completely changed the way people connect to devices and programs for printing, file sharing, and other activities.

Zero Configuration Networking: The Definitive Guide walks you through this groundbreaking network technology, with a complete description of the protocols and ways to implement network-aware applications and devices.

Written by two Zero Configuration Networking experts, including one of Apple's own computer scientists, the book covers more than just file sharing and printing. Zero Configuration Networking also enables activities such as music and photo sharing and automatic buddy discovery on Instant Messaging applications. In fact, Zero Configuration Networking can be used for virtually any device that can be controlled by a computer. And this handy guide has the inside scoop on all of its capabilities-and how you can easily apply them in your own environment.

For the technically advanced, Zero Configuration Networking: The Definitive Guide examines the three core technologies that make up Zero Configuration Networking: Link-Local Addressing, Multicast DNS, and DNS Service Discovery. It also reviews a series of APIs, including C-API, Java API, CFNetServices, and Cocoa's NSNetServices.

Whether you want to understand how iTunes works, or you want to network a series of laptops and other devices at your office for maximum efficiency, you'll find all the answers in this authoritative guide.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 2005

Количество страниц: 252

Добавлена в каталог: 03.08.2007

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adding      
Address      
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)      
address-based      
address-based queries, Domain Enumeration      
Addresses      
Administration      
administration, DNS      
Advertising      
advertising services      
announcements      
announcing claim      
Apis      
AppleTalk NBP      
application logic      
application protocol name registration      
application protocols, name registration      
ARP (Address Resolution Protocol)      
asynchronous callbacks, enabling      
Asynchronous operations      
asynchronous operations, Java APIs      
asynchronous programming model      
availability, probing for      
available services      
b._dns-sd._udp query      
b._dns-sd._udp query string (Domain Enumeration)      
BaseListener interface      
Binding      
Bonjour      
Bonjour installation      
Bonjour Wiki      
BrowseListener      
BrowseListener interface      
Browsing      
browsing for      
browsing for services      
building on      
byte multiplication attack      
C APIs      
cache, LLQ support      
Callback Interface Classes      
Callback Interface Classes, Java APIs      
callbacks, enabling      
CFNetServiceBrowser      
CFNetServiceCreate( )      
CFNetServiceCreate( ) function      
CFNetServiceRegister( )      
CFNetServiceRegister( ) function      
CFNetServices      
CFNetServices API      
CFNetServiceScheduleWithRunLoop( )      
CFNetServiceScheduleWithRunLoop( ) function      
CFNetServiceSetClient( )      
CFNetServiceSetClient( ) function      
CFNetwork APIs      
CFRunLoop      
CFRunLoop (Core Foundation), event handling      
claiming IP address      
claiming IP addresses, announcing      
CNAME records, rdata      
CoCoa      2nd
Cocoa and      
Cocoa extended example      
conceptual      
conflicts, IP addresses      
conflicts, late      
Connection      
Content      
Control Panel      
Core Foundation      
Creating      
DAAP (Digital Audio Access Protocol)      
db._dns-sd._udp query      
db._dns-sd._udp query (Domain Enumeration)      
defending      
destroying      
DHCP      
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)      
DHCP servers, MAC addresses      
dig (Domain Information Groper)      
Digital Audio Access Protocol (DAAP)      
Direction      
DNS      
DNS cache support      
DNS TXT record attributes and      
DNS TXT records      
DNS-LLQ      
DNS-LLQ (DNS Long-Lived Queries)      
DNS-SD (DNS Service Discovery), xvii      2nd
DNS-SD and      
dns-sd tool      
DNS-ServiceDiscovery      
DNS-UL      
DNS-UL (Dynamic DNS Update Leases)      
DNSSD class      
DNSSD.browse( )      
DNSSD.browse( ) function      
DNSSD.register( )      
DNSSD.register( ) function      
DNSSDException class      
DNSServiceAddRecord( )      
DNSServiceAddRecord( ) function      
DNSServiceBrowse( )      
DNSServiceBrowse( ) function      
DNSServiceBrowseReply( )      
DNSServiceBrowseReply( ) function      
DNSServiceCreateConnection( )      
DNSServiceCreateConnection( ) function      
DNSServiceDiscovery APIs      
DNSServiceDiscovery C      
DNSServiceDiscovery C API      
DNSServiceDiscovery flags      
DNSServiceDomainEnumReply( )      
DNSServiceDomainEnumReply( ) function      
DNSServiceEnumerateDomain( )      
DNSServiceEnumerateDomain( ) function      
DNSServiceProcessResult( )      
DNSServiceProcessResult( ) function      
DNSServiceQueryRecord( )      
DNSServiceQueryRecord( ) function      
DNSServiceReconfirmRecord( )      
DNSServiceReconfirmRecord( ) function      
DNSServiceRefDeallocate( )      
DNSServiceRefDeallocate( ) function      
DNSServiceRefSockFD( )      
DNSServiceRefSockFD( ) function      
DNSServiceRegister( )      
DNSServiceRegister( ) function      
DNSServiceRegisterRecord( )      
DNSServiceRegisterRecord( ) function      
DNSServiceRegisterReply( )      
DNSServiceRegisterReply( ) function      
DNSServiceRemoveRecord( )      
DNSServiceRemoveRecord( ) function      
DNSServiceResolve( )      
DNSServiceResolve( ) function      
DNSServiceResolveReply( )      
DNSServiceResolveReply( ) function      
DNSServiceUpdateRecord( )      
DNSServiceUpdateRecord( ) function      
domain enumeration      
Domain Information Groper (dig)      
domain names, dot      
domain-based      
domain-based queries, Domain Enumeration      
domains      
dotted decimal format      
dr._dns-sd._udp query      
dr._dns-sd._udp query (Domain Enumeration)      
Dynamic DNS Update      
ease of      
embedded responders      
enumeration, DNSServiceDiscovery APIs      
error codes      
error codes, DNSServiceDiscovery      
Ethernet addresses      
event callbacks      
event handling      
event handling, GetMessage( )      
event responses      
event responses, DNS-LLQ      
example      
examples      
expiration      
expiration, DNS-LLQ      
factory class      
Factory Class Java APIs      
file descriptor, extraction      
flags, DNSServiceDiscovery      
flagship      
flagship protocols      
flagship service types      
FORMAT      
four-way handshake of DNS-LLQ setup      
Functions      
getMessage( )      
GetMessage( ), event handling and      
global networking      
GPL (GNU Public License)      
GUI code      
GUI creation      
GUIs, Cocoa      
Hardware      
header file generation      
header files, Cocoa      
HINFO (host info)      
hostname      
hostnames      
independent threads      
Infrastructure      
Installation      
installing Bonjour      
Interfaces      
Introduction      
IP addresses      
IP addresses and      
IP Multicast and      
IP Multicast, DNS and      
IPP printing client, _ipp service type      
Java APIs      
Java APIs and      
key/value pairs, TXT records      
late binding      
lb._dns-sd._udp query      
lb._dns-sd._udp query (Domain Enumeration)      
lexicographically later rdata      
link-local address range      
link-local range, claming      
links, subnets and      
Linux, Bonjour installation      
Linux/Unix      
listener      
listener interfaces      
local      
local domain      
local, definition      
MAC addresses      
Macintosh      
Macintosh, Bonjour installation      
manual      
manual assignment      
manually assigning IP addresses      
Mappings      
mDNS      
mDNS and      
mDNSResponder      
message format      
message structure      
MFC      
MFC (Microsoft Foundation Classes), event handling      
Monitoring      
monitoring, dns-sd tool      
Multicast      
name resolution      
name selection      
NAMED      
named services      
Names      
Namespaces      
naming      
NAT (Network Address Translation)      
NAT gateway      
NAT-PMP      
NAT-PMP (NAT port mapping protocol)      
Non-authoritative answer      
nslookup      
NSNetServices API      
one-shot      
one-shot query (mDNS)      
ongiong queries (mDNS)      
ongoing      
options      
overview      
port mapping, NAP-PMP      
Preference Pane      
Preferences      
preferences, wide-area service discovery      
PRIVATE      
private IP addresses      
probing for address availability      
Protocols      
provided      
proxies, dns-sd tool      
proxying      
pseudo-TLD      
PTR records, rdata      
public IP address      
public, NAT      
Python      
Queries      
query results      
r._dns-sd._udp query      
r._dns-sd._udp query (Domain Enumeration)      
rdata, lexicographically later      
refresh messages      
refresh messages, DNS-UL      
refreshes      
refreshes, DNS-LLQ      
registering      
registering services      2nd
RegisterListener interface      
Registration      
Removing      
Resolving      
resolving services      
resource records      
resource records (DNS)      
Results      
rrclass, resource records      
rrtype, resource records      
Ruby      
RunLoop      
RunLoop (Cocoa) event handling      
Search time      
Secure Shell (SSH)      
select( )      
select( ) function      
select( ) loop and      
select( ) loop, event handling and      
selecting, link-local range      
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