Bonjour record adisk adVF values
Starting with 10.9 TM requires the _adisk._tcp service name to exactly match the regular AFP _afpovertcp._tcp service name. Prior OSX versions didn't have that requirement.
List of adVF Bonjour records values:
- 0x01 = Volume supports AFP (Reference: TMNIS)
- 0x02 = unknown, never reported to be set from any Apple device, frequently found in may howtos on the Web
- 0x10 = Disable ability to supply a username in connection dialog, used by Airport Basestations (Reference: )
- 0x20 = unkown, set by OS X Server and Time Capsule for TM disks (References: , )
- 0x80 = Volume is a TM destination (Reference: TMNIS)
- 0x100 = Connecting to share prompts for username + password, no additional share with loginname visible in finder (References: , , )
Netatalk uses the same records as OS X Server:
- sys=waMa=0,adVF=0x100,adVU=UUID (UUID is a 16 byte UUID as hexstring)
- dkN=adVF=0xa1,... (N is an increasing number starting with 0)
Netatalk publishes adisk records only for AFP volumes configured as TM destinations, this it the same behaviour found with OS X Server.