I would like for my Android device (a Samsung Galaxy) to be discoverable through avahi/bonjour when it is connected to a WiFi network, and then to be able to access its filesystem via SSH (SFTP).
For me, that's a familiar and convenient way to access various devices in my local network: to discover their SSh service via avahi/bonjour (not to have to deal with IP addresses), and to ssh to them. I would use this way for my GNU/Linux systems (like Ubuntu).
Is there free (= libre -- because I appreciate the freedom of hacking) software for Android that would implement this, namely:
- avahi/bonjour support for Android, so that the Android device would be reachable by name in the .local domain (instead of just by its IP address);
- and an SSH server with support for publishing itself through Avahi/bonjour (mdnssd).