The xllmnrd project produces an open-source IPv6 LLMNR responder daemon (a.k.a. llmnrd) for GNU/Linux and other POSIX-based operating systems in order to improve interoperability with Microsoft Windows on a small or home network.
xllmnrd is an IPv6 LLMNR responder daemon for GNU/Linux operating systems. It allows Microsoft Windows clients to get the IPv6 addresses of a server on the same local network without any DNS configuration and effectively supplements IPv4-only NetBIOS name resolution provided by Samba.
The latest official release of xllmnrd is version 2.0 published on July 26, 2014.
- RFC 4795
- The latest published specification for LLMNR.
- The Cable Guy – November 2006
- An introductory article featuring LLMNR that describes the implementation in Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008.
- Free CIFS server software commonly used on GNU/Linux operating systems, which is one of the software that will benefit most from LLMNR.
- The Bluetooth protocol stack for GNU/Linux, which will require LLMNR for name resolution on the Personal Area Network Profile.
- LLMNR implementation for Linux
- A prior attempt to implement LLMNR on GNU/Linux.