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A co-worker pointed me at this:

Thought you guys might find this article interesting especially since we are experiencing this first hand.

 

http://www.networkworld.com/news/2012/110812-apple-university-264091.html

 


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Thanks, Peter. Not sure how “angry” we all are, but certainly frustrated by hoops required to try to make anything out of Bonjour on big networks. Hopefully, Apple moves quickly and delivers something that is the right fit. That they responded is awesome, but whether they work with any real customers for beta testing or whatever remains to be seen.

 

-Lee

 

Lee H. Badman

Network Architect/Wireless TME

Information Technology and Services (ITS)

Syracuse University

315 443-3003

 

 

 

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As long as whatever they come up works on networks where client separation is deployed. I see this as a massive opportunity to get something much more sane than anything I've seen before in this space. -- ian

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