(RADIATOR) Accessing pool from CheckPoolQuery

Andrew Stevenson andrews at ntt.net.au
Tue Feb 24 18:30:03 CST 2004


I was wondering how you obtained the pool that CheckPoolQuery has been
called for?

If you have 2 pools in the one table that have overlaping IP addresses
(such as when allocating IPs in private networks) you need to be able to
put a where clause in that says pool = 'XXXX'.

The same thing goes for AllocateQuery and DeallocateQuery.

I've looked at the source and there doesn't seem to be a way but I'd just
like it confirmed before doing a patch.



Andrew Stevenson
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