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AppleTV 4K Airplay across subnets

After a protracted battle with mDNS across broadcast domains (which I have yet to satisfactorily solve) I was at a point where I could see my AppleTV on my iPhone as an AirPlay target.

However when selecting the AppleTV in The Music or PocketCasts apps playback immediately stopped, and the tick would disappear from the GUI.

Knowing it was probably access list related, I turned on logging of the deny clause of my access list to discover that there were drops of UDP/319 and UDP/320. Strangely these well-know ports in /etc/services relate to PTP, the precision time-keeping protocol. Once I opened up these two ports Airplay started working.

As a side note, playing movies from the Photos app to the AppleTV worked before I added those ports. I think this is because that stream uses TCP, which was already permitted on my media subnet (where the AppleTV resides) for established sessions.

Using OpenSSL keys in SSH

If you’ve created OpenSSL certificates with private/public key pairs and want to add the public key to SSH’s authorized_keys file for authentication, do the following:

# /tmp/ssl-to-ssh/a.out tmp.key user@host.com
# chmod 600 CA/certs/First\ Last/First_Last-key.pem
# openssl rsa -aes256 -in  CA/certs/First\ Last/First_Last-key.pem -out  CA/certs/First\ Last/First_Last-key-with-passphrase.pem

 

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