Xealous Nets - Free set of applications that let you perform network calculations
Version: 0.9Xealous Nets is a free set of applications that let you perform network calculations. They are useful and handy for the typical network administrator as they allow classful calculations and classless (CIDR) calculations, combining the functionality given by several online similar calculators in one single and portable package with a simple and effective command line interface.
Operating System: Mac OS X
Classful subnetting and supernetting is done with the xealous_classful program, which gives you information about class type, network and host bits, network and wildcard masks, etc. It also outputs the subnets or nets being combined in supernetting.
As the number of subnets can be pretty high (for example, when you input a class A network and use 30 bits for the mask), it also lets you specify how many nets or subnets to display, if any at all. Usage examples are presented when you run the program without arguments.
Classless calculations are done with the xealous_cidr program, which is inspired in the famous IPcalc program. As with the previous program, usage instructions are displayed when running the program without arguments.
NOTE: Xealous Nets is licensed and released under the BSD-like MIT/X license.