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Net::IPv6Addr - check validity of IPv6 addresses ++

"Net::IPv6Addr" checks strings for valid IPv6 addresses, as specified in RFC1884. You throw possible addresses at it, it either accepts them or throws an exception. If "Math::Base85" is installed, then this module is able to process addresses formatt...

TMONROE/Net-IPv6Addr-0.2 - 06 Aug 2002 21:42:18 GMT - Search in distribution

Data::Type - robust and extensible data- and valuetype system 1 ++

This module delivers an easy, generic and unified interface to type related CPAN modules. They all have one common purpose: reporting if data has some "characteristics". And this module wraps that with a clean api. SYNOPSIS use Data::Type qw(:is +ALL...

MUENALAN/Data-Type-0.02.02 - 31 Dec 2009 13:48:47 GMT - Search in distribution

Net::DNS::ToolKit - tools for working with DNS packets ++

Routines to pick apart, examine and put together DNS packets. They can be used for diagnostic purposes or as building blocks for DNS applications such as DNS servers and clients or to allow user applications to interact directly with remote DNS serve...

MIKER/Net-DNS-ToolKit-0.48 - 27 Jan 2014 22:16:40 GMT - Search in distribution

NetAddr::IP::Util - IPv4/6 and 128 bit number utilities 6 ++

NetAddr::IP::Util provides a suite of tools for manipulating and converting IPv4 and IPv6 addresses into 128 bit string context and back to text. The strings can be manipulated with Perl's logical operators: and & or | xor ^ ~ compliment in the same ...

MIKER/NetAddr-IP-4.075   (4 reviews) - 11 Jun 2014 18:42:40 GMT - Search in distribution

Net::Radius::Packet - Object-oriented Perl interface to RADIUS packets ++

RADIUS (RFC2138) specifies a binary packet format which contains various values and attributes. Net::Radius::Packet provides an interface to turn RADIUS packets into Perl data structures and vice-versa. Net::Radius::Packet does not provide functions ...

LUISMUNOZ/Net-Radius-2.103 - 30 Nov 2009 12:59:55 GMT - Search in distribution




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