CWNP and Bitcricket Partner for the Next Generation IP Subnet Calculator.
ATLANTA & ST. PAUL, Minn. -- CWNP, the industry standard for LAN training and certification, has partnered with Bitcricket, a company specializing in critical application and network performance analysis, to deliver the next generation IP Subnet Calculator.
"The CWNP Next Generation IPv4/v6 IP Subnet Calculator, powered by Bitcricket, is feature-packed and completely free. It is the Swiss Army knife of IP network design, providing the most comprehensive set of IP calculator tools in a single application," said Devin Sandlin, CWNP Chief Executive Officer.
Input an IP address and choose one of the following: number of subnet bits, the maximum desired subnets, the number of host bits, or the maximum number of desired hosts. The calculator figures out the rest, giving you a bit-by-bit address visualization and generating a complete table of subnets.
"The Calculator is also the perfect tool for learning about and migrating to IPv6 addressing," noted Robert Bullen, Bitcricket's Chief Architect. For IPv6, simply input an address and the calculator shows you what type it is (ISATAP, Teredo Tunneling, IPv4-Mapped, etc.) and how it fits into the hierarchy of IPv6 addresses.
The IP Subnet Calculator is available for immediate download at www.cwnp.com.
About The CWNP Program
The CWNP Program is the industry standard for wireless LAN training and certification. IT professionals in 106 countries have achieved CWNP certifications in how to make wireless LANs more secure, cost-effective, and reliable. CWNP has been recognized as one of the Top 10 Best New Certifications by CertMag, and as the third fastest growing certification in importance by CRN. The CWNP Program was created by Planet3 Wireless, Inc., a privately held Georgia corporation.
About Bitcricket, LLC
Bitcricket was founded by former WildPackets Chief Technology Officer J. Scott Haugdahl and Senior Engineer Robert Bullen. The company focuses on solving critical application and network performance related problems through analysis services, training, and software. More information, including free white papers on forensics and 802.11n wireless LANs, is available at www.bitcricket.com.