IP allocation software

Joe Shaw jshaw at insync.net
Tue Aug 31 19:42:21 UTC 1999


I've been working on OSIA (Open Source IP Administration) for the past few
months.  Unfortunately I've been extremely busy with my real job and lost
part of the code in a system crash.  I'm re-doing the code that was lost
(mainly the SWIP template generation for assignments greater than /27) and
I hope to have the code available to the public soon.

It's written entirely in PERL, and is designed as a CGI frontend with an
SQL backend sometime soon.  Right now I'd consider it in the early alpha
stages.  It's been over a month since I made my original announcement to
inet-access about OSIA.  Now that things are slowing down here at work I
should have public code available soon.

It will assign ineternal hosts or networks for PTP connections, web
vhosts, dialup pools, etc. and external hosts or networks, mainly customer
networks.  It will auto-genera SWIP's for you, and is totally portable.

--
Joseph W. Shaw - jshaw at insync.net    
Freelance Computer Security Consultant and Perl Programmer
Free UNIX advocate - "I hack, therefore I am."

On Tue, 31 Aug 1999, Douglas S. Ring wrote:

> Jeremiah:
> 
> Accugraph and QIP will assign subnets and single IPs.  
> 
> -Douglas Ring
> 
> 
> Jeremiah Kristal wrote:
> > 
> > Back in early '98 there was a rather limited discussion on the
> > availability (or lack) of software to manage IP allocations in a CIDR
> > world.  The concensus at the time was that nothing really existed, other
> > than homebuilt products.  Has anyone come out with a commerical or
> > non-commercial solution since then?
> > 
> > Jeremiah Kristal
> > Qwest Internet Solutions
> > Manager, Network Services
> > 201-319-5764
> > x284 internal





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