I’ve installed the latest Airserver version 184.108.40.206 x64 on a Windows 7 x64 SP1 computer with all the updates.
When i launch Airserver my eventviewer gets tons of errors from the bonjour service.
When i click on the errors in the eventviewer i see the error is related to ‘mDNSCoreReceiveResponse’
mDNSCoreReceiveResponse: Reseting to Probing: 19 AV-01\032(2)._airplay._tcp.local. SRV 0 0 7000 AV-01.local.
mDNSCoreReceiveResponse: Received from 169.254.1.9:5353 131 AV-01\032(2)._airplay._tcp.local. TXT (Fwd by ruckus bonjour gateway)¦deviceid=00:19:D1:A4:B1:59¦features=0x100029ff¦model=AppleTV3,2¦pw=1¦rhd=1.9.7
mDNSCoreReceiveResponse: Reseting to Probing: 19 [email protected]
\032(2)._raop._tcp.local. SRV 0 0 5000 AV-01.local.
When i try to Airplay, it works great but i get the same errors in the eventviewer.
I also notice the hostname of the computer in the airplay list changes frequently. The hostname comes and goes away. When the hostname shows up again it can occur it comes with (2), (3), (4), (5) (6) at the end (see picture fault_3.PNG and fault_4.PNG in attach).
I asked Airserver what this is al about and they come up with this answer:
The (0), (1), (2) appearing behind the Bonjour name happens under the following circumstances: Apple’s Bonjour service sends a probe packet asking if a “name” is in use, to the network. If anything on the network replies stating that it is in use then it will add a number wrapped in brackets to the end of the name and will try again. If another reply is received then it will try again but use a number one larger than it previously did.
Essentially something on your network is telling the Bonjour service on the computer where this is happening that the name is in use. From the information you have sent this is the most telling:
mDNSCoreReceiveResponse: Received from 169.254.1.9:5353 131 AV-01\032(2).airplay.tcp.local. TXT (Fwd by ruckus bonjour gateway)Â¦deviceid=00:19:D1:A4:B1:59Â¦features=0×100029ffÂ¦model=AppleTV3,2Â¦pw=1Â¦rhd=1.9.7
Essentially, the cause appears to be at 169.254.1.9:5353, but the little bit of info that says “Fwd by ruckus bonjour gateway” suggests that the problem may lie there.
The IP address 169.254.1.9 is the APIPA address from the computer running Airserver. However the client computer gets a IP from the DHCP server. When doing a reboot i can ping this APIPA IP-address one time from a command prompt from the client computer running Airserver.
When i Airplay (which works) i get another 10 of those Bonjour service errors.
Has the Ruckus Bonjour Gateway something to do with this or what can i do to prevent this errors from happening?
I use a Ruckus Zonedirector 3000 with firmware 220.127.116.11 build 17with enabled Bonjour gateway.