Stripped down node-geoip-lite. Only supports country lookup and IPv4.
Software is written by Philip Tellis firstname.lastname@example.org, latest version is available at https://github.com/bluesmoon/node-geoip
var geoip = ;var ip = "184.108.40.206";var geo = geoip;console;range: 3479299040 3479299071country: 'US'region: ''
1. get the library
$ npm install geoip-lite-country
2. get the datafiles
Then download the city data files from https://github.com/bluesmoon/node-geoip/tree/master/data
You need to get
geoip-city-names.dat and put them into the
of this package.
Looking up an IP address
If you have an IP address in dotted quad notation, IPv6 colon notation, or a 32 bit unsigned integer (treated
as an IPv4 address), pass it to the
lookup method. Note that you should remove any
] around an
IPv6 address before passing it to this method.
var geo = geoip;
If the IP address was found, the
lookup method returns an object with the following structure:
range: <low bound of IP block> <high bound of IP block>country: 'XX' // 2 letter ISO-3166-1 country code
The actual values for the
range array should be considered internal to
To get a human readable format, pass them to
If the IP address was not found, the
Pretty printing an IP address
If you have a 32 bit unsigned integer, or a number returned as part of the
range array from the
pretty method can be used to turn it into a human readable string.
This method returns a string if the input was in a format that
geoip-lite can recognise, else it returns the
geoip-lite is Copyright 2011-2012 Philip Tellis email@example.com and the latest version of the code is
available at https://github.com/bluesmoon/node-geoip
There are two licenses for the code and data. See the LICENSE file for details.