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isSubnetOf

This section contains reference documentation for the isSubnetOf function.
Takes 2 arguments of type STRING. The first argument is an ipPrefix, and the second argument is a single ipAddress. This function handles both IPv4 and IPv6 arguments.
Returns a boolean value checking if ipAddress is in the subnet of ipPrefix

Signatures

isSubnetOf(ipPrefix, ipAddress) -> boolean

Usage Examples

Please see the following sample queries where isSubnetOf is used in different parts of the query.
SELECT isSubnetOf('192.168.0.1/24', '192.168.0.225')
AS result
FROM myTable;
---> returns true
SELECT isSubnetOf('1.2.3.128/26', '1.2.5.1')
AS result
FROM myTable;
---> returns false
SELECT isSubnetOf('2001:4800:7825:103::/64', '2001:4800:7825:103::2050')
AS result
FROM myTable;
---> returns true
SELECT isSubnetOf('7890:db8:113::8a2e:370:7334/127', '7890:db8:113::8a2e:370:7336')
AS result
FROM myTable;
---> returns false
SELECT count(*)
FROM myTable
WHERE isSubnetOf('192.168.0.1/24', ipAddressCol);
SELECT count(*)
FROM myTable
WHERE isSubnetOf('192.168.0.1/24', ipAddressCol)
OR isSubnetOf(ipPrefixCol, '7890:db8:113::8a2e:370:7336');
SELECT
CASE
WHEN isSubnetOf('105.25.245.115/27', srcIPAddress) THEN 'case1'
WHEN isSubnetOf('105.25.245.115/27', dstIPAddress) THEN 'case2'
ELSE 'case3'
END AS differentFlow
FROM myTable;
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