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    Default *TechExams.net IP Subnet Calculator for Windows - v1.0*

    I'm pleased to announce our version 1 of our IP Subnet Calculator for Windows is now available.



    If you have a beta version installed, you will need to uninstall it manually because this is not an 'upgrade' but a rewrite and has a different name.

    www.techexams.net/ip-subnet-calculator

    Version 1.0 features:

    - Calculate prefix, mask, subnets and hosts based on IP address and any of the former
    - Display class, network, broadcast, first host and last host for current IP address
    - Calculate list with network and broadcast addresses and valid host ranges for all subnets
    - Save list of all subnets to TAB delimited text file
    - Print list of all subnets in network
    - Recognizes Private addresses
    - Recognizes APIPA addresses
    - Recognizes Loopback addresses
    - Recognizes Supernets
    - Always on top 'pushpin'
    - Show binary results



    v1.0 also recognizes invalid all zero network address and all ones broadcast address combinations

    System Requirements:
    Any Windows machine running the .NET 2.0 Framework. If you don't have that installed yet, you can have it install automatically when you install our subnet calculator, if you are online.

    www.techexams.net/ip-subnet-calculator

    Thanks for all the feedback, comments, and suggestions so far!

    Johan
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    Wow! I'm sure this will definately come in handy for a LOT of people! Great job!
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    Agreed this is an excellent addition to the site, and let me say job well done!
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    Thanks guys, I'm glad you like it!
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    If only we can get Cisco to get real and put this in their test engine!
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    Sweet! I'll add it to my collection..............
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    As mentioned in my PM to you, very nice. Thank you!
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    Awesome. I can't wait to try it out as soon as I flip on my Windows box. I've tried several online subnet calculators, but only a few have been available offline.

    - Joey \m/
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    THANKS MAN!
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    Nice Job Johan and the TechExams team. Thanks
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    thanks!!

    i'll be downloading this immediately
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    Thanks for the relentless effects you're putting in here Johan.


    We're on your side.


    Much appreciated.
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    Thanks for the comments all, it was a lot of fun to create, but I'm really glad your finding it useful.

    Something I didn't mention yet earlier:

    Once the network, broadcast, first host, and last host for the current IP address is determined, click on the label "Network address:". That will open an 'ugly' dialog box showing the ip address and mask in binary, and how the network address in binary is determined by 'anding' the ip addy and the mask. I.e. notice that when a bit is set to ‘1’ in both the mask and the IP address, it will be set to ‘1’ in the network address as well.

    In a future version this will be a nice clean window showing the broadcast, first host, and last host in binary as well, and 'depict' how these are determined.
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    Very Nice Nice Nice Nice Nice Nice nice. Say there is an echo in here. Now we don't need that ugly yellow in the Boson one. Well done Johan.
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    Wow, this thing is hottt! I love it! Thank you!
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    Hi Just added some news on my website about the new program however one user had a very good comment.

    Could you possibly tell me why name a download file after the name of a well know Trojan. I mean really SubZero_1_0_0_38.zip?

    I'm sure there are many people who would be wiery of downloading a file named like that. On second thought, it could be developer humor.
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    It's the project code name.
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    Hey, that just leaves more download bandwidth for the rest of us.
    Actually, there is a trojan name for just about everything nowadays.
    Even a trojan named "viagra".

    http://www.simovits.com/trojans/trojans_name.html
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    Indeed, it's merely the project name of this beta. Obviously named after a character in Mortal Kombat, not after a Trojan nor the IP Subnet Zero. The project name won't be in the final version.

    Any particular reason for posting this here instead of replying to my email in which I already asked you to wait for the final version...?

    Thanks for the plug on your site though!
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    The post on our own forums is public, so i posted it here as a question rather than an email. I meant no negative publicity by the posting though, i just thought it was quite a curious name.

    now I know.
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    Hey, I was just kidding. No problem at all. You are right, it 'is' a 'curious' and flat-out bad choice for an app name, but it's not the name of the app, just the 'temporary' name of the project. Omni pointed this out with an earlier beta so I was aware of it, and it's one of the minor issue I mentioned should be resolved before you add it to your site. But you certainly won't here me complain about your enthusiasm to plug it while still in beta. So thanks again!
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    Just to add, for others as well: we expect to release version 1.0 next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by linksysinfo
    I mean really SubZero_1_0_0_38.zip?
    I guess my eyes weren't fully open yet... I forgot to update the bottom link on the download page it should be
    http://www.techexams.net/ip-subnet-c...ro_0_7_0_0.zip as in v0.7.
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    When I extracted these files they came up as "subzero application" and not subnet calculator. Whats the deal?
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    Opps... Ok, I just read your posts... yep bad choice for name... I will install it now
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