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RE: Request for advice: tools
|> From: Ben Browning [mailto:email@example.com] |> Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2001 10:43 AM |> I am looking to implement a few tools to make my life |> easier. I can't seem |> to find any good ones pre-written although I know they must |> exist, so I am |> toying with writing my own. I would love it if any of you |> would have any |> info or handy hyperlinks to help me find tools to perform |> the following |> functions. http://www.webmin.com/webmin/ |> -A DNS zone file editor. It must be CGI, allow for forward |> and reverse |> entries, and able to handle odd mappings (IE IN MX 32 |> mail.foo.bar, etc). It let's you edit the raw zone files. |> -A Cisco config builder. Preferably in CGI, but command line |> would be |> acceptable as well. Basically something that allows me to |> make changes in |> routers and either mirror them on a lot of other routers, as well as |> displaying stats and other things in a |> pointy-haired-boss-friendly manner. Much easier if you use Webmin as a platform and make a Webmin module for this. There is a SDK for Webmin. This is an opportunity to give back to the project.<g> |> -Any kind of scripts designed with the abuse administrator |> in mind- IE log |> parsers, Code Red automailers/procmail scripts, etc etc. Lots of pre-built options here, with sources that you can modify. |> All of these tools would be preferred in a GNU or freeware |> form, but I am |> interested in all valid options. It's now on SourceForge.