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"ipaggmanip" is a command line tool primarily used for IP address manipulation and analysis. It allows users to perform various operations related to IP addresses, such as converting between different address formats, manipulating individual address components, and calculating network-related parameters.

It supports both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, making it versatile for working with different types of addresses. The tool provides options to perform subnet calculations, including subnetting, supernetting, and calculating the network and broadcast addresses for a given subnet.

With "ipaggmanip," users can validate and verify the correctness of IP addresses by applying sanity checks, ensuring that the given addresses follow standard notation and are within valid ranges.

The tool also offers features to search and match IP addresses based on given criteria. It allows users to search for specific addresses, find addresses within a certain range, or locate addresses within a specific subnet or network.

Users can manipulate IP addresses by incrementing or decrementing them to perform tasks like IP address generation or enumeration. This can be useful in scenarios such as network scanning or testing.

"ipaggmanip" provides options to display additional information related to IP addresses, including the address class, network mask, and the total number of addresses within a subnet.

The tool supports input and output in various formats, allowing users to process files containing IP addresses or pipe the output to other commands for further processing.

It provides a user-friendly and intuitive interface, with straightforward command syntax and detailed help documentation available.

"ipaggmanip" is portable and can be used across different operating systems, including Windows, Linux, and macOS.

It is an open-source tool and offers extensibility, allowing developers to contribute to its codebase and enhance its functionality.

List of commands for ipaggmanip:

  • ipaggmanip:tldr:502d7 ipaggmanip: Remove labels with a count smaller than a given number of bytes and output a random sample of such labels.
    $ ipaggmanip --cut-smaller ${100} --cull-labels ${5} ${filename}
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  • ipaggmanip:tldr:59fa6 ipaggmanip: Combine labels equal in their high-order bits.
    $ ipaggmanip --prefix ${16} ${filename}
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  • ipaggmanip:tldr:85a97 ipaggmanip: Replace each label's count with 1 if it is non-zero.
    $ ipaggmanip --posterize ${filename}
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