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Easily convert between three common subnet mask notations

Notations supported: Name Example --------------------------------- CIDR /24 Netmask Wilcard Bits The above notations are all identical. CIDR notation commonly has a / in front of the number (representing the number of bits). Whatmask can accept these notations with or without a slash. Netmask notation is pretty much the standard old-school way of doing it. Wilcard bits are similar to the netmask, but they are the logical not of the netmask. This notation is used by a number of popular routers.


To install whatmask, paste this in macOS terminal after installing MacPorts

sudo port install whatmask

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