AirPlay uses Bonjour to advertise itself on your network so sending devices automatically find AirServer. If your network has Bonjour/mDNS and multicast enabled, it is possible to verify if the Bonjour advertisement is happening correctly using a 3rd party application. This can be done as follows:
- Download the Flame Services Browser application (available on iOS, iPadOS & macOS).
- After opening Flame, you can see a list of all devices that are visible on your network. Press the name of the device that is running AirServer.
- This opens up a list with information on that specific device. At the bottom, you will find a list of advertised Bonjour records. Below you can find a list of all Bonjour records that are advertised for each protocol. These should be visible if AirServer is to be discoverable for all protocols.
- _airplay._tcp. (AirPlay)
- _airserver._tcp. (AirServer)
- _display._tcp. (Miracast)
- _googlecast._tcp. (Google Cast)
- _raop._tcp. (AirPlay)
If you are not seeing any Bonjour records relating to the AirPlay, we recommend going through our troubleshooting articles:
- I am unable to discover or see AirServer Universal in my list of mirroring destinations
- I am unable to see AirServer Windows 10 Desktop Edition as a destination to mirror to
- I am unable to see AirServer for Mac as a destination to mirror to
- I am unable to see AirServer Xbox Edition as a destination to mirror to
- I am unable to see AirServer Surface Hub Edition as a destination to mirror to