Package ip is a library for performing manipulations on IPv4 and IPv6 addresses and CIDR prefixes.
- func CoalesceCIDRs(cidrs *net.IPNet) (*net.IPNet, *net.IPNet)
- func CountIPsInCIDR(ipnet *net.IPNet) *big.Int
- func GetCIDRPrefixesFromIPs(ips net.IP) *net.IPNet
- func GetIPAtIndex(ipNet net.IPNet, index int64) net.IP
- func GetIPFromListByFamily(ipList net.IP, v4Family bool) net.IP
- func GetNextIP(ip net.IP) net.IP
- func IPToPrefix(ip net.IP) *net.IPNet
- func IsExcluded(excludeList net.IP, ip net.IP) bool
- func IsIPv4(ip net.IP) bool
- func IsIPv6(ip net.IP) bool
- func IsPublicAddr(ip net.IP) bool
- func KeepUniqueIPs(ips net.IP) net.IP
- func ParseCIDRs(cidrs string) (valid *net.IPNet, invalid string)
- func RemoveCIDRs(allowCIDRs, removeCIDRs *net.IPNet) *net.IPNet
- func SortIPList(ipList net.IP)
- func SortedIPListsAreEqual(a, b net.IP) bool
- func UnsortedIPListsAreEqual(ipList1, ipList2 net.IP) bool
- type NetsByMask
- type NetsByRange
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func CoalesceCIDRs ¶
CoalesceCIDRs transforms the provided list of CIDRs into the most-minimal equivalent set of IPv4 and IPv6 CIDRs. It removes CIDRs that are subnets of other CIDRs in the list, and groups together CIDRs that have the same mask size into a CIDR of the same mask size provided that they share the same number of most significant mask-size bits.
Note: this algorithm was ported from the Python library netaddr. https://github.com/drkjam/netaddr .
func CountIPsInCIDR ¶
CountIPsInCIDR takes a RFC4632/RFC4291-formatted IPv4/IPv6 CIDR and determines how many IP addresses reside within that CIDR. The first and the last (base and broadcast) IPs are excluded.
Returns 0 if the input CIDR cannot be parsed.
func GetCIDRPrefixesFromIPs ¶ added in v1.6.0
GetCIDRPrefixesFromIPs returns all of the ips as a slice of *net.IPNet.
func GetIPAtIndex ¶ added in v1.10.0
GetIPAtIndex get the IP by index in the range of ipNet. The index is start with 0.
func GetIPFromListByFamily ¶ added in v1.10.0
GetIPFromListByFamily returns a single IP address of the provided family from a list of ip addresses.
GetNextIP returns the next IP from the given IP address. If the given IP is the last IP of a v4 or v6 range, the same IP is returned.
func IPToPrefix ¶ added in v1.6.0
IPToPrefix returns the corresponding IPNet for the given IP.
func IsExcluded ¶ added in v1.6.0
IsExcluded returns whether a given IP is must be excluded due to coming from blacklisted device.
IsIPv4 returns true if the given IP is an IPv4
func IsPublicAddr ¶
IsPublicAddr returns whether a given global IP is from a public range.
func KeepUniqueIPs ¶
KeepUniqueIPs transforms the provided multiset of IPs into a single set, lexicographically sorted via a byte-wise comparison of the IP slices (i.e. IPv4 addresses show up before IPv6). The slice is manipulated in-place destructively.
1- Sort the slice by comparing the IPs as bytes 2- For every unseen unique IP in the sorted slice, move it to the end of the return slice. Note that the slice is always large enough and, because it is sorted, we will not overwrite a valid element with another. To overwrite an element i with j, i must have come before j AND we decided it was a duplicate of the element at i-1.
func ParseCIDRs ¶
ParseCIDRs fetches all CIDRs referred to by the specified slice and returns them as regular golang CIDR objects.
func RemoveCIDRs ¶
RemoveCIDRs removes the specified CIDRs from another set of CIDRs. If a CIDR to remove is not contained within the CIDR, the CIDR to remove is ignored. A slice of CIDRs is returned which contains the set of CIDRs provided minus the set of CIDRs which were removed. Both input slices may be modified by calling this function.
func SortIPList ¶ added in v1.10.0
SortIPList sorts the provided net.IP slice in place.
func SortedIPListsAreEqual ¶ added in v1.10.0
SortedIPListsAreEqual compares two lists of sorted IPs. If any differ it returns false.
func UnsortedIPListsAreEqual ¶ added in v1.10.0
UnsortedIPListsAreEqual returns true if the list of net.IP provided is same without considering the order of the IPs in the list. The function will first attempt to sort both the IP lists and then validate equality for sorted lists.
type NetsByMask ¶
NetsByMask is used to sort a list of IP networks by the size of their masks. Implements sort.Interface.
type NetsByRange ¶
type NetsByRange *netWithRange
NetsByRange is used to sort a list of ranges, first by their last IPs, then by their first IPs Implements sort.Interface.