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Re: Where can I find a list of IPs and their regions.
Best bet is probably to use CAIDA's Netgeo: http://www.caida.org/tools/utilities/netgeo/ It can give some squirely answers, and is not actively maintained, but good stuff for being free ----- Original Message ----- From: Arnold Nipper <[email protected]> Date: Monday, February 9, 2004 7:53 pm Subject: Re: Where can I find a list of IPs and their regions. > > On 10.02.2004 01:43 Matthew Crocker wrote: > > > > I've look at IANA but it doesn't give enough detailed > information. I > > would like to find a list of /8 or /16s and what geographic > region the > > exist in. I know it isn't an exact science but something close > would be > > nice. I know 210/8 & 211/8 are APNIC, I likes to know stuff > like > > 210.100/16 is Korea and 210.120/16 is China, etc. Does anyone > have a > > list I can pull from? > > Have a look at http://www.aso.icann.org/stats/index.html and > retrieve > up-to-date files from APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC and RIPE. > > > > -- Arnold > > >