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Does Dynamic C have library support for zero configuration networking/Bonjour (mDNS, DNS-SD, IP4vLL)?

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I am working on a device that can be accessed over TCP/IP using wired ethernet. I want a method to publish its service to clients automatically. I would like to follow established standards. Does Dynamic C have library support for this, or do I need to build my own support using DNS and multicast UDP library functions?

asked Jun 20, 2015 in Rabbit Software by mbermal New to the Community (40 points)

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Hello Mbermal,

I did not understand your question properly.

However, I can provide you the Dynamic C 10 TCP/IP related user manuals and the overview of the network samples. Please go through the below documents and check if there is any useful information.

-->Basic Dynamic C TCP/IP introduction

--> This explains about available TCP/IP APIs.

--> This explains how to implement Web server application on Rabbit modules.

-->Security features

-->Dynamic C network samples overview

-->Dynamic Web Pages With The Embedded Web Server samples

TCP/IP sample applications under Dynamic c installation

I hope this helps you.
answered Jul 22, 2015 by cpigilam Veteran of the Digi Community (655 points)
I am going to take your answer as no, Dynamic C libraries do not support zeroconf networking.

Here is the background:

Here are examples of zeroconf:
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Dynamic C 10 does include support for link-local addressing (169.254.x.x), but there isn't library support for mDNS.
answered Jun 1, 2016 by TomCollins Veteran of the Digi Community (2,382 points)