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Re: IP database ideas
- From: Charles Sprickman
- Date: Wed Nov 07 20:28:01 2001
Also, what feeds this:
-- Name: attack_db Type: TABLE Owner: neteng
-- CREATE TABLE "attack_db" (
"start_time" timestamp with time zone,
"end_time" timestamp with time zone,
This one really piqued my interest...
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On Wed, 7 Nov 2001, Larry Rosenman wrote:
> * Charles Sprickman <email@example.com> [011107 16:05]:
> > Hello all,
> > I just discovered Postgres (after having used MySQL for some time), and it
> > has some IP datatypes. I'm looking to stuff all of our IP allocations
> > into a db for easier allocation/tracking, and I'm just thrilled to see
> > that I can store IPs/networks natively.
> > Before I get too far into this, are there any pre-existing packages out
> > there to help manage IP allocation? Does anyone have anything homegrown,
> > and would you be willing to share some pieces, even just a schema, or
> > advice? I don't want to dive in and find that I've laid everything out
> > poorly and painted myself into a corner...
> Go look in the archives around May-july for posts from me.
> I've done exactly this, and shared SOME of my stuff.
> I can't release any more, but it's in the archives.
> > Thanks,
> > Charles
> > | Charles Sprickman | Internet Channel
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