Thanks AM, for the followup, and additional work!
As I look at your work. It appeals more to me as a "post processing" script. In that I could easily resolve the IP's ($1),
and preserve the rest of the fields ($n - $n), and dump the array back to a file, with only the IP address field having been changed. So I really loose nothing, as it was originally logged, but the IP which, (if resolvable) becomes a hostname -- well... save the additional time. :-). Nice!
Thanks again, AM!
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