The IP Subnet Calculator lets network administrators make the calculations needed for subnetting a network. Give it the network class and subnet bits; it returns the maximum number of subnets, maximum number of hosts per subnet, a bimap showing the breakdown of network bits, subnet bits, and host bits, the decimal and hexadecimal class netmask, the decimal and hexadecimal subnet mask and lists subnets and host information. CIDR support and reverse engineer the network information for a particular interface.
released on 28 April 2003
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|GPLv2||Janet Casey||28 October 2004|
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|Weak prerequisite||Gnome libraries (both for running the GUI)|
|Weak prerequisite||GTK+ 1.2 or later|
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