lookup - Hogyan szerezzük meg az országot egy bizonyos IP alapján?

original title: "lookup - How to get the Country according to a certain IP?"


Does anyone know of a simple way to retrieve the country for a given IP Address? Preferably in ISO_3166-1 format?

Tud valaki az ország IP-címének lekérdezésének egyszerű módjáról? Lehetőleg ISO_3166-1 formátumban?

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    A lot of people (including my company) seem to use MaxMind GeoIP.

    They have a free version GeoLite which is not as accurate as the paid version, but if you're just after something simple, it may be good enough.

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    There are two approaches: using an Internet service and using some kind of local list (perhaps wrapped in a library). What you want will depend on what you are building.

    For services:

    For lists:

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    Here's a nice free service with a public API: http://www.hostip.info/use.html

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    ipinfodb provides a free database and API for IP to country and vice versa. They use free data from MaxMind. The data gets updated every month, and it's a great free alternative with decent accuracy.

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    I don't know how accurate that hostip.info site is. I just visted that site, and it reported that my country is Canada. I'm in the US and the ISP that my office uses only operates from the US. It does allow you to correct it's guess, but if you are using this service to track web site vistors by country, you'll have no way of knowing if the data is correct. Of course, I'm just one data point. I downloaded the GeoLite Country database, which is just a .csv file, and my IP address was correctly identified as US.

    Another benefit of the MaxMind product line (paid or free) is that you have the data, you don't incur the performance hit of making a web service call to another system.

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    The most accurate is Digital Elements NetAcuity...not free but you get what you pay for most of the time....Digital Element

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    google's clientlocation returns (my example)

    latlng = new google.maps.LatLng(google.loader.ClientLocation.latitude, google.loader.ClientLocation.longitude);
    location = "IP location: " + getFormattedLocation();
    document.getElementById("location").innerHTML = location;

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    You can use the solution provided for this question.

    But it returns a 2 digit country code.

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    Try this php code

      <?php  $ip = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'];
        $json = file_get_contents("http://api.easyjquery.com/ips/?ip=".$ip."&full=true");
        $json = json_decode($json,true);
        $timezone = $json[localTimeZone];?>

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    You can use my service, http://ipinfo.io, for this. The API returns a whole bunch of different details about an IP address:

    $ curl ipinfo.io/
      "ip": "",
      "hostname": "google-public-dns-a.google.com",
      "loc": "37.385999999999996,-122.0838",
      "org": "AS15169 Google Inc.",
      "city": "Mountain View",
      "region": "CA",
      "country": "US",
      "phone": 650

    If you're only after the country code you just need to add /country to the URL:

    $ curl ipinfo.io/

    Here's a generic PHP function you could use:

    function ip_details($ip) {
        $json = file_get_contents("http://ipinfo.io/{$ip}");
        $details = json_decode($json);
        return $details;
    $details = ip_details("");
    echo $details->city;     // => Mountain View
    echo $details->country;  // => US
    echo $details->org;      // => AS15169 Google Inc.
    echo $details->hostname; // => google-public-dns-a.google.com

    I've used the IP in these examples, but if you want details for the user's IP just pass in $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] instead. More details are available at http://ipinfo.io/developers

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    use the function ipToCountry($ip) from http://www.mmtutorialvault.com/php-ip-to-country-function/

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    you can use web service API's which do this work like:

    see example of service: http://ip-api.com and usage: http://whatmyip.info

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    See ipdata.co which gives you several data points from an ip address.

    The API is pretty fast, with 10 global endpoints each able to handle >800M calls daily.

    Here's a curl example;

    curl https://api.ipdata.co/
        "ip": "",
        "city": "G\u0142og\u00f3w",
        "region": "Lower Silesia",
        "region_code": "DS",
        "country_name": "Poland",
        "country_code": "PL",
        "continent_name": "Europe",
        "continent_code": "EU",
        "latitude": 51.6461,
        "longitude": 16.1678,
        "asn": "AS12741",
        "organisation": "Netia SA",
        "postal": "67-200",
        "currency": "PLN",
        "currency_symbol": "z\u0142",
        "calling_code": "48",
        "flag": "https://ipdata.co/flags/pl.png",
        "emoji_flag": "\ud83c\uddf5\ud83c\uddf1",
        "time_zone": "Europe/Warsaw",
        "is_eu": true,
        "suspicious_factors": {
            "is_tor": false

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    You can try the free IP2Location LITE database

    To create the table in MySQL

    CREATE DATABASE ip2location;
    USE ip2location;
    CREATE TABLE `ip2location_db1`(
        `ip_from` INT(10) UNSIGNED,
        `ip_to` INT(10) UNSIGNED,
        `country_code` CHAR(2),
        `country_name` VARCHAR(64),
        INDEX `idx_ip_to` (`ip_to`)

    To import the data


    PHP code to query the MySQL

    // Replace this MYSQL server variables with actual configuration
    $mysql_server = "mysql_server.com";
    $mysql_user_name = "UserName";
    $mysql_user_pass = "Password";
    // Retrieve visitor IP address from server variable REMOTE_ADDR
    $ipaddress = $_SERVER["REMOTE_ADDR"];
    // Convert IP address to IP number for querying database
    $ipno = Dot2LongIP($ipaddress);
    // Connect to the database server
    $link = mysql_connect($mysql_server, $mysql_user_name, $mysql_user_pass) or die("Could not connect to MySQL database");
    // Connect to the IP2Location database
    mysql_select_db("ip2location") or die("Could not select database");
    // SQL query string to match the recordset that the IP number fall between the valid range
    $query = "SELECT * FROM ip2location_db1 WHERE $ipno <= ip_to LIMIT 1";
    // Execute SQL query
    $result = mysql_query($query) or die("IP2Location Query Failed");
    // Retrieve the recordset (only one)
    $row = mysql_fetch_object($result);
    // Keep the country information into two different variables
    $country_code = $row->country_code;
    $country_name = $row->country_name;
    echo "Country_code: " . $country_code . "<br/>";
    echo "Country_name: " . $country_name . "<br />";
    // Free recordset and close database connection
    // Function to convert IP address (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) to IP number (0 to 256^4-1)
    function Dot2LongIP ($IPaddr) {
     if ($IPaddr == "")
       return 0;
     } else {
       $ips = explode(".", $IPaddr);
       return ($ips[3] + $ips[2] * 256 + $ips[1] * 256 * 256 + $ips[0] * 256 * 256 * 256);