Despite the fact that IPV6 is gearing up to succeed IPV4, nonetheless, for now Internet protocol Version 4 is in dominant use. This makes IPv4 calculations more essential for system and network administrators as compared to IPV6. IPV4 Addresses Converter is a simple tool that helps users to convert IPV4 addresses in various formats. It is meant to simplify the task of calculating decimal, hexadecimal and binary values for an IPV4 address, which otherwise would take a lot of manual calculation. I still remember calculating some of these values manually in my early days of system administration and I must add it wasn’t easy. With this tool by Tuscany, you can perform all these calculations in just a single click.
Hence, with the help of this IP calculator, you can convert an IP version 4 address in binary, decimal, dotted quad and hexadecimal format, which can also be used to determine the subnet mask of an IPV4 address. In order to acquire the aforementioned values, all you have to do is to input the required IP and click Convert. The only downside of this converter is that it does not provide the subnet mask of entered IP addresses.
It is unfortunate that the developer hasn’t added additional features to this calculator, although it has been around for a while, I certainly hope that this IPV4 calculator becomes able enough to provide additional calculators soon. Tuscany has also provided an IPv6 calculator that can be downloaded by following the related posts link given at the end of this post. IPV4 Address Converter works on the following Windows based operating systems:
- Windows XP
- Windows Vista
- Windows 7
- Windows 8 (Untested bur should work)