This version is compatible with:
- RedHat, Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, CentOS
Start using this module
A small(ish) sample Puppet function to return a given octet from an IP Address
Returns the given octet of an IP Address.
$first = ipv4_octet('10.11.12.13', 0) # returns 10 $last = ipv4_octet('10.11.12.13', 3) # returns 13
This function does not yet allow you to extract subselections - such as [1..3]
It has a dependency on puppetlabs-stdlib to work.
Apache 2.0 - Dean Wilson
- puppetlabs/stdlib (>= 4.2.2 <5.0.0)
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