Yes. That is what this is.
ipl=require('node-ip-lib'); ipAddr = new ipl.ip('192.168.0.1'); // This has an implied CIDR of 32. // All of the following are Identical. ipAddr = new ipl.ip('192.168.6.1',24); // CIDR of 24. ipAddr = new ipl.ip('192.168.6.1','255.255.255.0'); // CIDR of 24, same as above. ipAddr = new ipl.ip('192.168.6.1',0x00FFFFFF); // CIDR of 24, same as above. ipAddr = new ipl.ip('192.168.6.1',16777215); // CIDR of 24, same as above. // All math functions have the same function signature, except "not" ipAddr.and(16); // gives: 192.168.0.0 ipAddr.and('255.255.0.0'); // gives: 192.168.0.0 ipAddr.and(65535); // gives: 192.168.0.0 // or and xor also available with the same options. ipAddr.not(); // returns binary inverse of the address eg: "18.104.22.168"
Clone this repository into your node_modules directory.
$ npm install node-ip-lib
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