Re: IP Block Management Database
Hello Trent, hello Robert,
On Fri, 9 Mar 2001, s u r f l o r i d a wrote:
> To Robert:
> You most likely won't any specific software that's made just for that.(I
> could be wrong) However if you have any perl or php hackers, a simple
> web interface could be made using a flat file/ mySQL back end, in a very
> short amount of time.
Just take a look at http://www.emre.de/projects.php . Might be just what
you're looking for.
> Who is John Galt?
> "Robert V. MacQuarrie" wrote:
> > Hey everyone,
> > We are currently storing all our IP blocks in an excel spreadsheet which
> > we do update and keep maintained to the best of our ability. Problem is
> > that after a number of years we have discovered we still have blocks
> > documented and set aside to clients we no longer have.
> > I've been asked to find a new/better way of keeping track of our IPs and
> > to check if there is currently any software thats already setup for this
> > purpose. The software would be required to be remotely managed
> > (webbased) as there are a number of employees who would be updating it
> > from time to time.
> > What do others use to maintain an orderly database if their IP blocks and
> > where they point? Any information, links or comments would be appreciated!
> > Thanks
> > Robert
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