Re: Best Field Type for IP address?
Posted by: Ingo Strüwing ()
Date: October 17, 2005 01:37PM
An IP address of the most commonly used IPV4 protocol is basically a 32-bit number. The INT data type would have the highest storage density for it. Depending of the form in which you have the address, you might need to convert it into na integer though. The disadvantage is that the number is inconvenient for humans when viewing the table contents with standard tools.
|Best Field Type for IP address?||42947||Jared Valarta||10/12/2005 12:19PM|
|Re: Best Field Type for IP address?||25397||Ingo Strüwing||10/17/2005 01:37PM|
|Re: Best Field Type for IP address?||39059||Me Me||05/18/2006 01:23PM|
|Re: Best Field Type for IP address?||14208||Chris C||10/02/2006 09:34AM|
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