ipop

0.0.1 • Public • Published

ipop

IP subnet calculator. One can also use it to check if IP is in subnet.

Install

npm install ipop

Usage

Example

var ipop = require('ipop');
 
// check if IP in subnet
console.log(ipop.ip4incidr('192.168.1.15', '192.168.0.1/24'));
console.log(ipop.ip4incidr('192.168.1.15', '192.168.0.1/16'));
console.log(ipop.ip4incidr('192.168.1.15', '192.168.1.15/32'));
 
// show subnet info
console.log(ipop.cidr4('87.239.88.1/22'));

Output:

false
true
true
{ net: '87.239.88.0',
  netmask: '255.255.252.0',
  broadcast: '87.239.91.255',
  low: '87.239.88.1',
  high: '87.239.91.254',
  hosts: 1022 }

Documentation

ip4incidr(ip, cidr)

check if ip is in given cidr. Returns boolean. cidr has to be in format X.X.X.X/X.

cidr4(cidr)

cidr4 returns object with info about given cidr:

  • net: network address
  • netmask: network mask
  • broadcast: broadcast address
  • low: first usable host address
  • high: last usable host address
  • hosts: number of usable hosts

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Install

npm i ipop

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Version

0.0.1

License

BSD-2-Clause

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