raj at rajlog.com
Mon Aug 12 17:12:37 UTC 2013
If you are using Postgresql with Northstar, you should be able to export
data to csv with a command like following:
COPY table_name TO '/tmp/file_name.csv' DELIMITER ',' CSV HEADER;
If you are using mysql as your DB in Northstart, you can do something like
this to create a CSV file:
INTO OUTFILE '/tmp/file_name.csv'
FIELDS TERMINATED BY ','
ENCLOSED BY '"'
ESCAPED BY '\\'
LINES TERMINATED BY '\n'
Once you create the csv file, most of tools can import it. One more tool to
checkout is device42(http://www.device42.com) which has extensive import
and auto-discovery options.
On Wed, Aug 7, 2013 at 12:41 PM, Natambu Obleton <nobleton at fasttrackcomm.net
> I have customer that we deployed Northstar for their internal ip
> management over 8 yrs ago. They are still using it, but it is slowly
> breaking on them. Can someone recommend an IPAM solution that has a
> Northstar import option? They have hundreds of entries detailing customer
> who was assigned the ip address and I would like to avoid any data
> massaging. TIA
> Natambu Obleton, CISSP CCIE
> Senior Network Engineer
> FastTrack Communications, Inc.
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