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mapCIDR – Small Utility Program To Perform Multiple Operations For A Given subnet/CIDR Ranges

Small utility program to perform multiple operations for a given subnet/CIDR ranges.

The tool was developed to ease load distribution for mass scanning operations, it can be used both as a library and as independent CLI tool.

Features

  • Simple and modular code base making it easy to contribute.
  • CIDR distribution for distributed scanning.
  • Stdin and stdout support for integrating in workflows

Installation:-

From Source

▶ GO111MODULE=auto go get -u github.com/projectdiscovery/mapcidr/cmd/mapcidr

From Github

▶ git clone https://github.com/projectdiscovery/mapcidr.git; cd mapcidr/cmd/mapcidr; go build .; cp mapcidr /usr/local/bin

Usage:-

▶ mapcidr -h

This will display help for the tool. Here are all the switches it supports.

FlagDescriptionExample
-cidrSingle CIDR to processmapcidr -cidr 173.0.84.0/24
-sbcSlice by CIDR countmapcidr -sbc 10
-sbhSlice by HOST countmapcidr -sbh 10000
-lFile containing list of CIDRsmapcidr -l cidr.txt
-oFile to write output to (optional)mapcidr -o output.txt
-silentMake the output silentmapcidr -silent
-versionPrint current version of chaos clientmapcidr -version

Running mapCIDR

In order to get list of IPs for a give CIDR, use the following command.

▶ mapcidr -cidr 173.0.84.0/24
▶ echo 173.0.84.0/24 | mapcidr
 ____________ ___ 
__ _ ___ ____ / ___/ _/ _ \/ _ \
/ ' \/ _ '/ _ \/ /___/ // // / , _/
/_/_/_/\_,_/ .__/\___/___/____/_/|_| v0.1
/_/

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[WRN] Use with caution. You are responsible for your actions
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173.0.84.0
173.0.84.1
173.0.84.2
173.0.84.3
173.0.84.4
173.0.84.5
173.0.84.13
173.0.84.14
173.0.84.15
173.0.84.16

Slice by CIDR

In order to slice given CIDR or list of CIDR by CIDR count or slice into multiple and equal smaller subnets, use the following command.

▶ mapcidr -cidr 173.0.84.0/24 -sbc 10 -silent
▶ echo 173.0.84.0/24 | mapcidr -sbc 10 -silent
173.0.84.0/27
173.0.84.32/27
173.0.84.64/27
173.0.84.96/27
173.0.84.128/27
173.0.84.160/27
173.0.84.208/28
173.0.84.192/28
173.0.84.240/28
173.0.84.224/28

Slice by HOST

In order to slice given CIDR for equal number of host count in each CIDR, use the following command.

▶ mapcidr -cidr 173.0.84.0/16 -sbh 20000 -silent
▶ echo 173.0.84.0/16 | mapcidr -sbh 20000 -silent
173.0.0.0/18
173.0.64.0/18
173.0.128.0/18
173.0.192.0/18

Note: it’s possible to obtain a perfect split only when the desired amount of slices or hosts per subnet is a powers of two. Otherwise the tool will attempt to automatically find the best split strategy to obtain the desired outcome.

Use mapCIDR as a library

It’s possible to use the library directly in your go programs. The following code snippets outline how to divide a cidr into subnets, and how to divide the same into subnets containing a certain number of hosts

package main

import (
"fmt"

"github.com/projectdiscovery/mapcidr"
)

func main() {
// Divide the CIDR into two subnets
subnets1 := mapcidr.SplitN("192.168.1.0/24", 2)
for _, subnet := range subnets1 {
fmt.Println(subnet)
}
// Divide the CIDR into two subnets containing 128 hosts each
subnets2 := mapcidr.SplitByNumber("192.168.1.0/24", 128)
for _, subnet := range subnets2 {
fmt.Println(subnet)
}

// List all ips in the CIDR
ips, _ := mapcidr.Ips("192.168.1.0/24")
for _, ip := range ips {
fmt.Println(ip)
}
}

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