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Re: Geo location to IP mapping

  • From: Alain Hebert
  • Date: Mon May 15 13:45:44 2006


I'm sure that everybodies here understand that the city databases cannot be accurate more than 50%.

The way we disperse static IP on commercial accounts there is not way they can figure out where the destination is.

The last best guest will be the peer router before my routers.

For me the country db is good enought for basic webalizer report for the customers websites.
(This way my customers dont waste queries to on non-spam related things)

Have fun...

Bill Nash wrote:

It works for spammers.

- billn

On Mon, 15 May 2006, Brian Wallingford wrote:

I'm not quite comfortable with the idea of building a market audience
based on data with at best dubious accuracy.

On Mon, 15 May 2006, Martin Hannigan wrote:

:At 12:49 PM 5/15/2006, Brian Wallingford wrote:
:><cough> scam_snake_oil_etc </cough>
:How so?

Alain Hebert [email protected] PubNIX Inc. P.O. Box 175 Beaconsfield, Quebec H9W 5T7
tel 514-990-5911 fax 514-990-9443