IPCALC and SIPCALC Command in Linux

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ipcalc and sipcalc command in Linux (Ubuntu 13.04)

IPCALC

IPCALC is used to calculate the sub-net under the Linux, it is used for retrieving the address information from the interface. IPCALC takes an IP address and net-mask calculates the resulting broadcast By giving a second net-mask  you can design sub- and super networks  It is also intended to be a teaching tool and presents the results as easy to understand binary values.

How to Install IPCALC ?

To install IPCALC open the terminal (ctrl+alt+t), then type this command
sudo apt-get install ipcalc
after the installation type ipcalc in the terminal to display its result.
(snapshot given above display the results)

SIPCALC


Sipcalc is also an ip subnet calculator consisting of two parts. A plain text based console version, and web (cgi) based counterpart. Sipcalc, in it’s simplest form takes an ip-address and a subnet mask on the command-line and outputs information about the subnet. Sipcalc has support for both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. 

How to Install SIPCALC

To install SIPCALC open the terminal , then type this command

sudo apt-get install sipcalc

After the installation type sipcalc command to display its result. 

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