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What is _rtsp._tcp.local: type PTR, class IN, "QM" question - nbh - 03-26-2021

_rtsp._tcp.local: type PTR, class IN, "QM" question


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RE: What is _rtsp._tcp.local: type PTR, class IN, "QM" question - threepwood - 03-27-2021

I am not sure exactly what it means, but I expect it is related to Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP)? What exactly did you do to produce this log output?

mDNS is Multicast DNS (I.e. DNS without a domain name server for use in the local network).


RE: What is _rtsp._tcp.local: type PTR, class IN, "QM" question - nbh - 03-27-2021

(03-27-2021, 05:36 AM)threepwood Wrote: I am not sure exactly what it means, but I expect it is related to Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP)? What exactly did you do to produce this log output?

mDNS is Multicast DNS (I.e. DNS without a domain name server for use in the local network).

I finally got around to asking but what you see is a portion from Wireshark and it is coming from my Manjaro Edition PinePhone64 (the source is phone's IP address).