Win32-dhcp-server-0.3.2: Win32 DHCP Server Management API

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This module was taken, with modifications, from the maccatcher package.



data Ip Source

An Ip can be used as an IP address or subnet address.

A Show instance is omitted to avoid confusion. Use showIp and readIp to convert between Strings.

String conversions

readIp :: Text -> Either String Ip Source

Parse a Text value as an Ip. The string should be of the form X.X.X.X where each X is a decimal value between 0 and 255 inclusive.

>>> let Right ip = readIp ""
>>> toOctets ip
(192, 168, 1, 100)

showIp :: Ip -> Text Source

Represent an Ip as a String.

>>> showIp $ fromOctets 192 168 1 100

Octet conversions

fromOctets :: Word8 -> Word8 -> Word8 -> Word8 -> Ip Source

An IP address is 32-bits wide. This function will construct an Ip from 4 octets.

toOctets :: Ip -> (Word8, Word8, Word8, Word8) Source

Extract each of the 4 octets from an Ip.

Other conversions