Google TechTalksNovember 2, 2005 Dr. Stuart Cheshire, Apple Computerhttp://www.stuartcheshire.org/ABSTRACTThe desirability of making IP networking easy to use has been obvious for many years, but achieving that goal has proved elusive. One day, Stuart Cheshire got tired of fellow Stanford Computer Science PhD students wanting to print from his Mac (via AppleTalk) because they couldn't work out how to configure their Linux /etc/printcap files to access the network printer they wanted to use via IP, and he decided it was time someone did something about it.Thus began a long saga, beginning with the formation of the IETF "Zero Configuration Networking" working group, and ending where we are...
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