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Is there anyone out there, knowing of a good tool for managing IP addresses? I want a tool where it is easy to get a picture of how a class B network is divided in to subnets of different sizes, where the dhcp ranges are and what statically addresses there are. Has anyone produced such a tool? database - php -web server based. -- Gunnar Flygt SR Datadrift Sveriges Radio...

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    Is there anyone out there, knowing of a good tool for managing IP
    addresses? I want a tool where it is easy to get a picture of how a
    class B network is divided in to subnets of different sizes, where the
    dhcp ranges are and what statically addresses there are.

    Has anyone produced such a tool? database - php -web server based.

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    Gunnar Flygt
    SR Datadrift
    Sveriges Radio

    Gunnar Guest

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    org wrote: 

    There is a tool http://www.freeipdb.org/

    It is designed mainly for ISP's who are allocating a lot of subnets.

    I've set it up and it works as advertised - however the setup is
    fairly complex. Also, I set it up under Solaris so there may be some
    FreeBSD differences. I would strongly advise using FreeBSD 4.11 and
    the included Perl 5.0 rather than a newer version of Perl.

    The downside is that the developer seems to have lost interest in the
    project as there's been little new development on it, and the number of
    people who use it is not a lot.

    Also, you really should be pretty familiar with subnet mathematics
    because this isn't a teaching tool by any means. If that is what you
    are looking for let me know as I can refer you to some of that.

    Ted


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    On Mon, 14 Mar 2005 10:39:36 +0100, Gunnar Flygt <se> wrote: 

    ipplan-4.0.4 in the ports...AFAIK It is for FreeBSD 5 STABLE

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    Gunnar Flygt wrote: 
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    Chris Guest

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    Hi,

    We use Easy-IP from Crypton.
    www.crypton.co.uk

    Dead simple to use and useful for managing subnet assignments.

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    Andy Thomas


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