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From:Paul Schwarzl Date:March 29 1999 6:28am
Subject:mysql:RE Support for IP Range/Netmask? (fwd)
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J Yunke wrote:
> Hi --
>
>   Does the host field in mysql.host support netmasks?
>
>   For instance, 200.200.200.240/29 would be for the range of ips from
> 200.200.200.240 through 200.200.200.247?
>
>   For those who don't know, /29 is 29 bits out of 32, which translates to
> a netmask of 255.255.255.248 (if my math is right this evening).  :)
>
>   It would be very nice if it would.  I deal with a lot of subnets due to
> arin's tight control of class C's.
>
> /J

Hi!

Why you dont do this with Jokers (%,..) in the host field. (Maybe you will
need 3 rows more per rule)

Paul

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Support for IP Range/Netmask? (fwd)J Yunke29 Mar
  • mysql:RE Support for IP Range/Netmask? (fwd)Paul Schwarzl29 Mar
  • Support for IP Range/Netmask? (fwd)Michael Widenius29 Mar
    • Re: Support for IP Range/Netmask? (fwd)J Yunke29 Mar
Re: Support for IP Range/Netmask? (fwd)Derick H Siddoway31 Mar
Re: Support for IP Range/Netmask? (fwd)Thimble Smith31 Mar