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Re: [vox-tech] IP address management with MySQL and PHP
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Re: [vox-tech] IP address management with MySQL and PHP

bad form replying to one's message but...

i meant to say 'rewriting some software *in* PHP and MySQL...'

***must be dinner time...


on 03.5.13 8:07 PM, dylan at dylan@iici.no-ip.org wrote:

> try phpmyadmin -- its quick and dirty.. not a polished job, but it would
> work..
> i am in a similar position- rewriting some software for mySQL and PHP -- i
> plan to base a lot of it off the code found in phpmyadmin.
> -dylan
> on 03.5.13 6:54 PM, Mike Simons at msimons@moria.simons-clan.com wrote:
>> On Tue, May 13, 2003 at 05:20:02PM -0700, Corey A. Hines wrote:
>>> I manage two /21 (16 class C) IP address spaces and I am interested to
>>> know if anyone else is doing this type of thing. I have imported all of
>>> the IP records and related fields into a MySQL DB and am now trying to
>>> develop a web based tool to make the DB easy to query and hopefully
>>> easy to update. I am attempting to use PHP for this purpose and I am
>>> wondering if anyone knows of any good products (free, Free, or cheap)
>>> that can be used for this purpose. I have found some PHP code on
>>> hotscripts.com of varying usefulness, does anyone have any ideas? Some
>>> of my users, who would be interested in this IP address information are
>>> daunted by some of the simplest of Windows constructs so the tool has
>>> to be intuitive. Please let me know if you have any ideas, thanks.
>> Corey,
>> - Can you explain a little more about what you want to "manage" about
>> these records...
>> - Are you talking just DNS information or something more?

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