In SQL Server, how do I convert Hex IP addresses to dotted ip addresses?

I have a table in SQL Server 2005 containing a number of hexadecimal ip addresses.  I'd like to convert them to dotted ip addresses, either via SQL or ASP.NET.

Can anyone offer tips on how to achieve this?

Thanks in advance,

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Can you please show examples of how these are held at the moment.
Cheers, Andrew
hennessymAuthor Commented:
Well, let's say the ip address =  The field value =  7F000001.
Ok real trouble finding code that will convert the VarChar Hex to Int but found some at

You will need to create the function and then call it for the 4 parts of your IP address using
SUBSTRING(IPAddress,1,2) -- You Could use LEFT(IPAddress,2)
SUBSTRING(IPAddress,7,2) -- You Could use RIGHT(IPAddress,2)

Cheers, Andrew

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hennessymAuthor Commented:
Thanks, worked perfectly!
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