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25 #ifndef __UTIL_IP_H__
26 #define __UTIL_IP_H__
27 
28 bool IPv4AddressStringIsValid(const char *str);
29 bool IPv6AddressStringIsValid(const char *str);
30 struct in_addr *ValidateIPV4Address(const char *);
31 struct in6_addr *ValidateIPV6Address(const char *);
32 void MaskIPNetblock(uint8_t *, int, int);
33 
34 #endif /* __UTIL_IP_H__ */
struct in_addr * ValidateIPV4Address(const char *)
Validates an IPV4 address and returns the network endian arranged version of the IPV4 address...
Definition: util-ip.c:128
void MaskIPNetblock(uint8_t *, int, int)
Culls the non-netmask portion of the IP address. For example an IP address 192.168.240.1 would be chopped to 192.168.224.0 against a netmask value of 19.
Definition: util-ip.c:187
bool IPv6AddressStringIsValid(const char *str)
determine if a string is a valid ipv6 address
Definition: util-ip.c:80
#define str(s)
struct in6_addr * ValidateIPV6Address(const char *)
Validates an IPV6 address and returns the network endian arranged version of the IPV6 addresss...
Definition: util-ip.c:158
bool IPv4AddressStringIsValid(const char *str)
determine if a string is a valid ipv4 address
Definition: util-ip.c:33