Provided by: libcorkipset-utils_1.1.1+20150311-8_amd64
ipsetcat - utility of libcorkipset library
ipsetcat [options] <input filename>
Prints out the (non-sorted) contents of a binary IP set file.
<input filename> The binary set file to read. To read from stdin, use "-" as the filename. --output=<filename>, -o <filename> Writes the contents of the binary IP set file to <filename>. If this option isn't given, then the contents will be written to standard output. --networks, -n Where possible, we group the IP addresses in the set into CIDR network blocks. For dense sets, this can greatly reduce the amount of output that's generated. --verbose, -v Show progress information about the files being read and written. If this option is not given, the only output will be any error messages that occur. --help Display this help and exit. Output format: The output will contain one IP address or network per line. If you give the "--networks" option, then we will collapse addresses into CIDR networks where possible. CIDR network blocks will have one of the following formats: x.x.x.x/cidr xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx/cidr Individual IP addresses will have one of the following formats: x.x.x.x xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx Note that we never include a /32 or /128 suffix for individual addresses, even if you've requested CIDR networks via the "--networks" option. Please note that the output is UNSORTED. There are no guarantees made about the order of the IP addresses and networks in the output.