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       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


       --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.

              this option is not given, the only output will be any error messages that occur.


              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.