We use an ancient version of Northstar thats been heavily modified to
give ties in to our billing system for traffic accounting, etc. This
is used for IPv4. This happily takes care of various /19's and /21's.
NS has no IPv6 support nor is it likely to in the future.
I've just started using the latest beta of IPPlan for IPv6. It didn't
have a good way to nicely display IPv6 allocations so I wrote some PHP
to display this in a nice manner from the DB. Seems to work nicely for
Both are free and open source.
On Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 10:36 AM, John Russell <jsr(a)jsr.com> wrote:
So, I'm looking at this ipv6 assignment from the
good folks at APNIC, and I'm also looking at my current, aging, not-very-scalable IP
Management system, and I'm not liking where I see this going.
I'm interested to hear NZNOGs suggestions about decent, scalable, software
(preferably off-the-shelf) to handle v4 and v6 IP management. Open source stuff welcome,
though commercial, supported software is also fine.
I'm just wondering what you cool kids are using to manage their address space these
Feedback, thoughts and opinions welcome.