Generating and printing a range of ip addresses
__peter__ at web.de
Sat Feb 14 10:24:35 CET 2004
Stephen Briley wrote:
> Hi all,
> I would like to write a python script that takes input
> of 2 ip address, one a start address and the other the
> end address and prints a list of all ip address in
> between in dotted-decimal format. I've attempted to
> use the ipv4 module
> (http://pynms.sourceforge.net/ipv4.html) ,but I am
> unable to get past this error "AttributeError: 'str'
> object has no attribute '_address".
> Can any suggest a solution to this problem? Is there a
> better way than using the ipv4 module?
>>>> from ipv4 import *
>>>> ip = IPv4('10.0.0.1')
>>>> startadd = ip.nexthost()
>>>> endadd = ('10.0.3.0')
I don't known pynms, but it seems the above shoud be
endadd = IPv4('10.0.3.0')
>>>> print startadd
>>>> print endadd
>>>> while startadd != endadd:
> ... startadd = ip.nexthost()
> ... print startadd
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "<interactive input>", line 1, in ?
> File "C:\Python23\lib\ipv4.py", line 250, in __cmp__
> return cmp(self._address, other._address)
> AttributeError: 'str' object has no attribute '_address'
Reading the traceback carefully should give the right clue. A str object
occurs where you would expect an IPv4 instance.
More information about the Python-list