Some VPN clients are configured so that local network services are unavailable to a computer when VPN software is active and connected. In such a case no local zeroconf services are available to Bonjour or any other zeroconf implementation.

The vpn client will need to be in the same subnet or also know as vlan or even broadcast domain as the other bonjour devices like printer, mac osx server, etc. In order to do so, a linux/unix server serving as the vpn will bridge one of it's network card which is in the same vlan/subnet. How to enable Bonjour or Mac zero configuration service over a vpn? The trick is to use a “bridge” vpn. Once the bridge vpn is connected, it will simulate a virtual connection to your enterprise office but without router. This way, the computer connected over vpn will receive the Bonjour multicasts. Then, the finder will show you all your If you're a Mac user who often uses VPN connections, you'll notice one very disappointing thing about connecting to your corporate or personal network over such tunneled connections: typically, Bonjour-style addresses (such as computer-name.local) don't work. This is because multicast DNS (or mDNS) doesn't work over a tunnel. Jan 06, 2012 · You should be able to get access to all sorts of bonjour services over a VPN link using this method, including iTunes sharing, iPhoto sharing, remote screen sharing, and even AFP registration in the Finder if you want to go that deep. Some VPN clients are configured so that local network services are unavailable to a computer when VPN software is active and connected. In such a case no local zeroconf services are available to Bonjour or any other zeroconf implementation. I've spend quite a bit of time by trying to proxy Bonjour traffic over VPN, but in the end the Bonjour/mDNS traffic could be sent only over the TAP VPN, which is not supported by iOS. But you can manually (by IP, not via Bonjour autodiscovery) add printer to iOS. This option is available only via configuration management:

Jan 06, 2012 · You should be able to get access to all sorts of bonjour services over a VPN link using this method, including iTunes sharing, iPhoto sharing, remote screen sharing, and even AFP registration in the Finder if you want to go that deep.

The vpn client will need to be in the same subnet or also know as vlan or even broadcast domain as the other bonjour devices like printer, mac osx server, etc. In order to do so, a linux/unix server serving as the vpn will bridge one of it's network card which is in the same vlan/subnet. How to enable Bonjour or Mac zero configuration service over a vpn? The trick is to use a “bridge” vpn. Once the bridge vpn is connected, it will simulate a virtual connection to your enterprise office but without router. This way, the computer connected over vpn will receive the Bonjour multicasts. Then, the finder will show you all your

I've spend quite a bit of time by trying to proxy Bonjour traffic over VPN, but in the end the Bonjour/mDNS traffic could be sent only over the TAP VPN, which is not supported by iOS. But you can manually (by IP, not via Bonjour autodiscovery) add printer to iOS. This option is available only via configuration management:

If you're a Mac user who often uses VPN connections, you'll notice one very disappointing thing about connecting to your corporate or personal network over such tunneled connections: typically, Bonjour-style addresses (such as computer-name.local) don't work. This is because multicast DNS (or mDNS) doesn't work over a tunnel. Jan 06, 2012 · You should be able to get access to all sorts of bonjour services over a VPN link using this method, including iTunes sharing, iPhoto sharing, remote screen sharing, and even AFP registration in the Finder if you want to go that deep. Some VPN clients are configured so that local network services are unavailable to a computer when VPN software is active and connected. In such a case no local zeroconf services are available to Bonjour or any other zeroconf implementation. I've spend quite a bit of time by trying to proxy Bonjour traffic over VPN, but in the end the Bonjour/mDNS traffic could be sent only over the TAP VPN, which is not supported by iOS. But you can manually (by IP, not via Bonjour autodiscovery) add printer to iOS. This option is available only via configuration management: