Here's a little puzzler. Seeing as "seq" only works in decimals, it's a
Basically, if someone gives me a pair of IP's, like
I want something like a "for $ip in $ips" type loop. I'm thinking at the
moment, something like:
for i in `seq 1 4`
eval "IP_start_$i=`echo $IP_start | cut -f$i -d. `"
eval "IP_end_$i=`echo $IP_end | cut -f$i -d. `"
while [ $counter1 -le $IP_end_1 ] ; do
while [ $counter2 -le $IP_end_2 ] ; do
while [ $counter3 -le $IP_end_3 ] ; do
while [ $counter4 -le $IP_end_4 ] ; do
But, how do I do the "base 256" thing ?
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