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Re: Where can I find a list of IPs and their regions.

  • From: Arnold Nipper
  • Date: Tue Feb 10 19:11:12 2004

On 11.02.2004 00:43 Scott Weeks wrote:

On Mon, 9 Feb 2004, 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?

Maybe I'm going to have a case of stick-foot-in-mouth disease so:
<setenv flameproof_panties=ON>  :-)

This only works for a certain percentage of networks.  Most likely a
higher percentage post tech bubble collapse.  I used to work for a company
that had and we announced that globally.  So you couldn't
say was in the US (or even NA) as it'd appear from ARIN
or other data sources.

When you look up that network in you get

grep delegated-arin-latest

I.e. Actually no /17 but and based in US. q.e.d.