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Re: IPv6 subnet calculators?
From: leo vegoda <leo () ripe net>
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2003 13:35:55 +0100


Jeffrey Wheat <jeff () cetlink net> writes:

I am trying to find an IPv6 subnet calculator or even a "cheat sheet" that
will help show how a /32 allocation is broken down into /40, /48 and /64
subnets. Has anyone found such a tool? I have been using the NorthStar
web based database tool for dealing with my IPv4 allocations. While the
author has mentioned support for IPv6 in the future, I am trying to get
things rolling now. Any information is greatly appreciated.

Try the Net::IP perl module on CPAN. It comes with a nifty little script
that lets you cut the original prefix into a set of smaller prefixes.

Regards,

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leo vegoda
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