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Mon Aug 12 17:24:57 UTC 2013
Raj Jalan is right
2013/8/12 Raj Jalan <raj at rajlog.com>
> 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:
> SELECT *
> INTO OUTFILE '/tmp/file_name.csv'
> FIELDS TERMINATED BY ','
> ENCLOSED BY '"'
> ESCAPED BY '\\'
> LINES TERMINATED BY '\n'
> FROM table_name
> 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
> > wrote:
> > 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.
> > 970.828.1009
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