INET6_NTOA

MariaDB starting with 10.0.12

INET6_NTOA() has been available from MariaDB 10.0.12.

Syntax

INET6_NTOA(expr)

Description

Given an IPv6 or IPv4 network address as a numeric binary string, returns the address as a nonbinary string in the connection character set.

The return string is lowercase, and is platform independent, since it does not use functions specific to the operating system. It has a maximum length of 39 characters.

Returns NULL if the argument is not understood.

Examples

SELECT INET6_NTOA(UNHEX('0A000101'));
+-------------------------------+
| INET6_NTOA(UNHEX('0A000101')) |
+-------------------------------+
| 10.0.1.1                      |
+-------------------------------+

SELECT INET6_NTOA(UNHEX('48F3000000000000D4321431BA23846F'));
+-------------------------------------------------------+
| INET6_NTOA(UNHEX('48F3000000000000D4321431BA23846F')) |
+-------------------------------------------------------+
| 48f3::d432:1431:ba23:846f                             |
+-------------------------------------------------------+

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