What prips didn’t do, sipcalc probably does. prips gave ranges of addresses according to criteria you supplied.
sipcalc gives you a technical rundown by address, or by interface. I’m more than happy to report that the bulk of the information it supplies is a mystery to me, even if it does look pretty good.
For the quick and dirty,
sipcalc -a interface is enough to get a full rundown of just about all the information available on your device and network identity.
However, you can also break apart the results by feeding sipcalc specific flags. Experiment a little and see what you get.
As might be expected, sipcalc is in both Debian and Arch.
I imagine something like sipcalc is quite useful for people whose daily responsibilities include some major league networking issues. For little ol’ me … well, I know about it now. 😐