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LLMNR responder daemon for IPv6 networks

xllmnrd is an independent LLMNR responder daemon (a.k.a. llmnrd) for IPv6 networks and currently supports GNU/Linux operating systems with plans to support others. It allows Microsoft Windows clients to get the IPv6 addresses of a server on the same local network without any DNS configuration and can supplement IPv4‐only NetBIOS name resolution provided mainly by Samba.



version 2.0 (stable)
released on 26 June 2014


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Kaz Nishimura (Kazssym)Author

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IssuesBug Trackinghttps://bitbucket.org/kazssym/xllmnrd/issues
Community ForumForumhttps://support.zoho.com/portal/linuxfront/community/misc/xllmnrd

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 6 August 2015.


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