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Re: [dsdp-tm-dev] RSE Discovery service

The master page for all discovery stuff is at
For the current implementation it specifically redirects to bugzilla entry
which also holds a screencast displaying discovery in action.

For the future, the Zeroconf and DNS-SD protocols do also support detecting
hosts and their services, when the IP address is not yet known. Javier will be
able to tell you more.


Stieber, Uwe schrieb:

Hi there,
do we have a document available describing what the discovery service
is, what it is supposed to do and especially what it is not supposed to
do or used for?

I made my way through most of the eMail regarding this service and my
impression is that this service is explicitly targeting finding/lookup
services/subsystems a _known_ target is providing. Things like target
have ftp server or not, target have ssh server or not etc.
This service does not deal or plan to deal with a kind of task detecting
available "connection server/stores" in the network and making the
discovered/detected connections automatically available for the local
user within the remote system explorer view. Is that so far correct or
have I overread an information in the eMail threads?

Thanks in advance,

Uwe Stieber
Member of Technical Staff
Engineering - Wind River Systems - Austria
dsdp-tm-dev mailing list

Martin Oberhuber
Wind River Systems, Inc.
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member

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