CIDR is only accept ipv4 but not ip range such as 192.168.1.0/24.
INET type is what I need,but I don't know how to create index.
does anyone have ideas?
2009/2/27 Lee Azzarello <lee(at)dropio(dot)com>
> On Thu, Feb 26, 2009 at 5:33 AM, Tony Liao <tonyliao(at)yuehetone(dot)com> wrote:
> > hello,everybody
> > I want to create index for column ip1 and ip2.I know there is a
> > contrib name ip4r.but the column ip1(ip2) would be a ip address or ip
> > The query would do select ....... where ip1>>='126.96.36.199' or
> > ip2>>='188.8.131.52'.
> > does anyone have ideas?
> The ipv4 type can accept CIDR blocks. Would that work for you?
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