keep memory of all UPnP devices that announced themselves
DescriptionMiniSSDPd is a small daemon used by MiniUPnPc (a UPnP control point for IGD devices) to speed up device discoveries. MiniSSDPd keeps memory of all UPnP devices that announced themselves on the network through SSDP NOTIFY packets. MiniSSDPd also has the ability to handle all SSDP traffic received on a computer via the multicast group 220.127.116.11:1900. MiniSSDPd receives NOTIFY packets and stores information contained for later use by UPnP Control Points on the machine. MiniSSDPd receives M-SEARCH packets and answers on behalf of the UPnP devices running on the machine. MiniUPnPd and MiniUPnPc are designed to take automatically advantage of MiniSSDPd running on the same computer. Just make sure that MiniSSDPd is started before any other UPnP program on the computer.
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