IP Address Management Tool

Justin Wilson lists at mtin.net
Tue Jun 1 16:22:51 UTC 2010

    He has since reversed that stance and they are working on IPV6 support,
at least that is what I read somewhere.  I don¹t blame the guy really.  If
people want a feature they should pony up a little money.  Otherwise it is
free software with no implied support.
Justin Wilson <j2sw at mtin.net>
Wisp Consulting ­ Tower Climbing ­ Network Support

From: Seth Mattinen <sethm at rollernet.us>
Date: Tue, 01 Jun 2010 09:07:23 -0700
To: <nanog at nanog.org>
Subject: Re: IP Address Management Tool

On 6/1/10 6:07 AM, D C wrote:
> I am looking for a better way to manage IP addresses.  I am currently using
> an excel spreadsheet, but this is becoming cumbersome as more and more
> addresses are being added.  Does anyone have any recommendations?

I used to use IPplan, but the author was dead set against IPv6 support:

"One feature request that comes up from time to time is IPv6. Adding
IPv6 support will require major effort but has such a limited audience.
Ironically the only people that ever requested IPv6 support are either
from Telcos, ISP's or government departments, yet they are never
interested in contributing resources! I deam them parasites of the Open
Source world - leaching off the good will and effort of the Open Source
community, yet give nothing in return."

This has since been removed from the site, but it gave me a good idea
about how the author felt about IPv6 so I stopped using it. I ended up
moving to HaCi and it's suited my needs.


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