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TITLE : Safari | Linux Socket Programming by Example -> Manipulating IP Numbers
Using the inet_ntoa(3) Function.......
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TITLE : Safari | Linux Socket Programming by Example -> Manipulating IP Numbers
There are times when a socket address represents the address of a user that has connected to your server, or represents the sender of a UDP packet. The job of converting a network sequenced 32-bit value into dotted-quad notation is inconvenient. Hence, the inet_ntoa(3) function has been provided. The synopsis of the function is as follows:.......
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TITLE : Safari | Linux Socket Programming by Example -> Manipulating IP Numbers
char *inet_ntoa(struct in_addr addr);.......
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TITLE : Safari | Linux Socket Programming by Example -> Manipulating IP Numbers
If a socket address addr exists in your program as a sockaddr_in structure, then the following code shows how to use inet_ntoa(3) to perform the conversion. The IP number is converted to a string and reported, using the printf(3) function:.......
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TITLE : Safari | Linux Socket Programming by Example -> Manipulating IP Numbers
inet_ntoa(addr.sin_addr));.......
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TITLE : Safari | Linux Socket Programming by Example -> Manipulating IP Numbers
The program in Listing 3.5 uses the same steps to set up the address as did the previous example program. The function inet_ntoa(3) is called upon to allow the IP number to be displayed........
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TITLE : Safari | Linux Socket Programming by Example -> Manipulating IP Numbers
Example 3.5. inetntoa.c/tt>Demonstration of inet_ntoa(3) Function.......
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TITLE : Safari | Linux Socket Programming by Example -> Manipulating IP Numbers
3: * Example using inet_ntoa(3):.......
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TITLE : Safari | Linux Socket Programming by Example -> Manipulating IP Numbers
35: * Demonstrate use of inet_ntoa(3):.......
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TITLE : Safari | Linux Socket Programming by Example -> Manipulating IP Numbers
38: inet_ntoa(adr_inet.sin_addr));.......
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TITLE : Safari | Linux Socket Programming by Example -> Manipulating IP Numbers
Line 37 shows a call to printf(3). Here, the statement calls upon inet_ntoa(3) in line 38 to convert the IP address in adr_inet to string form so that it can be printed........
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TITLE : Safari | Linux Socket Programming by Example -> Manipulating IP Numbers
The results returned from inet_ntoa(3) are valid only until the next call to this function........
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44: inet_ntoa(adr_inet.sin_addr),net,hst);.......
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63: inet_ntoa(adr_inet.sin_addr));.......
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TITLE : Re: Exit Program for QIBM_QTG_DEVINIT -- MIDRANGE-L
c eval wkConnIP = %str(inet_ntoa(dsAddrIP)).......
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TITLE : inet_ntoa(), inet_aton(),inet_addr
inet_ntoa(), inet_aton(), inet_addr.......
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TITLE : inet_ntoa(), inet_aton(),inet_addr
char *inet_ntoa(struct in_addr in);.......
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TITLE : inet_ntoa(), inet_aton(),inet_addr
The function inet_ntoa() converts a network address in a struct in_addr to a dots-and-numbers format string. The "n" in "ntoa" stands for network, and the "a" stands for ASCII for historical reasons (so it's "Network To ASCII"—the "toa" suffix has an analogous friend in the C library called atoi() which converts an ASCII string to an integer.).......
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TITLE : inet_ntoa(), inet_aton(),inet_addr
inet_ntoa() returns the dots-and-numbers string in a static buffer that is overwritten with each call to the function........
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TITLE : inet_ntoa(), inet_aton(),inet_addr
some_addr = inet_ntoa(antelope.sin_addr); // return the IP.......
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TITLE : Section 10.2.  Getting Started with libpcap
net_addr = inet_ntoa(addr);.......
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TITLE : inet_ntoa to strings
sscanf("%s",inet_ntoa(addr.sin_addr),uip);.......
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TITLE : inet_ntoa to strings
//sscanf(inet_ntoa(addr.sin_addr), "%hu.%hu.%hu.%hu", &ip[0],&ip[1],&ip[2],&ip[3]);.......
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TITLE : inet_ntoa to strings
sscanf(inet_ntoa(addr.sin_addr), "%4[^.].%4[^.].%4[^.].%4[^.]", o1, o2, o3, o4);.......
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TITLE : inet_ntoa to strings
sscanf(inet_ntoa(addr.sin_addr),"%s",uip);.......
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TITLE : inet_ntoa to strings
sscanf("%s",inet_ntoa(addr.sin_addr),uip);.......
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TITLE : inet_ntoa to strings
//sscanf(inet_ntoa(addr.sin_addr), "%hu.%hu.%hu.%hu", &ip[0],&ip[1],&ip[2],&ip[3]);.......
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TITLE : inet_ntoa to strings
sscanf(inet_ntoa(addr.sin_addr), "%4[^.].%4[^.].%4[^.].%4[^.]", o1, o2, o3, o4);.......
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TITLE : inet_ntoa to strings
like : " sscanf((const char*)inet_ntoa(addr.sin_addr), "%4[^.].%4[^.].%4[^.].%4[^.]", o1, o2, o3, o4);".......
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TITLE : C Linux Code/Question asked in recent real company interviews: Concurrent Server handling Multiple Clients Code in C in Linux Platform
printf("connected to client: %s\n",inet_ntoa(clientAddress.sin_addr));.......
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TITLE : get names of all "up" network interfaces (linux only) « Python recipes « ActiveState Code
no need for format_ip. You could have done: socket.inet_ntoa(ip).......
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TITLE : get names of all "up" network interfaces (linux only) « Python recipes « ActiveState Code
return [(namestr[i:i+var1].split('\0', 1)[0], socket.inet_ntoa(namestr[i+20:i+24])) \.......
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TITLE : get names of all "up" network interfaces (linux only) « Python recipes « ActiveState Code
socket.inet_ntoa(namestr[i+20:i+24])).......
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TITLE : get names of all "up" network interfaces (linux only) « Python recipes « ActiveState Code
iface_addr = socket.inet_ntoa(namestr[i+20:i+24]).......
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TITLE : Top 20+ MySQL Best Practices
In your queries you can use the INET_ATON() to convert and IP to an integer, and INET_NTOA() for vice versa. There are also similar functions in PHP called ip2long() and long2ip()........
http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/top-20-mysql-best-practices--net-7855
TITLE : c - Stupidly simple TCP client/server - Code Review Stack Exchange
#include /* for sockaddr_in and inet_ntoa() */.......
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TITLE : c - Stupidly simple TCP client/server - Code Review Stack Exchange
printf("Handling client %s\n", inet_ntoa(echoClntAddr.sin_addr));.......
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TITLE : CWE - CWE-290: Authentication Bypass by Spoofing (2.11)
if (inet_ntoa(cli.sin_addr)==getTrustedAddress()) {.......
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TITLE : Lee Collier - Anamoly with ioctl() in cygwin 1.7.10
inet_ntoa(((struct sockaddr_in *)&item->ifr_addr)->sin_addr));.......
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TITLE : Lee Collier - Anamoly with ioctl() in cygwin 1.7.10
printf(", BROADCAST %s", inet_ntoa(((struct sockaddr_in.......
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TITLE : Dani’Jl's Database Blog: Working with IP's in MySQL and MariaDB
mysql> SELECT hostname,domainname,INET_NTOA(ip) ip FROM `hosts` WHERE `id`=LAST_INSERT_ID();.......
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mysql> CREATE FUNCTION cidr_to_mask (cidr INT(2)) RETURNS CHAR(15) DETERMINISTIC RETURN INET_NTOA(CONV(CONCAT(REPEAT(1,cidr),REPEAT(0,32-cidr)),2,10));.......
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mysql> SELECT INET_NTOA(INET_ATON('255.255.255.0') & INET_ATON('192.168.2.3'));.......
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| INET_NTOA(INET_ATON('255.255.255.0') & INET_ATON('192.168.2.3')) |.......
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mysql> SELECT CONCAT(h.hostname,'.',h.domainname) fqdn, INET_NTOA(h.ip) ip, INET_NTOA(n.mask & h.ip) network, INET_NTOA(n.mask) mask FROM hosts h INNER JOIN networks n ON (n.mask & h.ip) = n.network;.......
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mysql> CREATE TABLE `iptest`(`ip_n` int(11) UNSIGNED NOT NULL, `ip_a` CHAR(15) AS (INET_NTOA(`ip_n`)) PERSISTENT, PRIMARY KEY(`ip_n`), KEY `ip_a` (`ip_a`));.......
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mysql> CREATE VIEW v_iptest AS SELECT ip_n,INET_NTOA(ip_n) ip_a FROM `iptest`;.......
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TITLE : mysql - Storing IP address - Database Administrators Stack Exchange
Don't store as a string. Use an int unsigned column and store/retrieve with INET_ATON() and INET_NTOA() respectively. AFAIK mysql doesn't support INET_* for ipv6........
http://dba.stackexchange.com/questions/1694/storing-ip-address
TITLE : mysql - Storing IP address - Database Administrators Stack Exchange
In MySQL, you can directly use SELECT INET_NTOA(3232238130); to get 192.168.10.50 back........
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