ip-cloudy

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Description

Lookup module for checking if an IP is in a cloud service range. Ip ranges for the providers are cached in memory (and optionally written out to file). Ranges will be auto refreshed after a configured interval (1 week by default). If the whois fallback is enabled, the first 100 (this is configurable) ips will be cached using a lru cache.

Version Requirements:

  • versions before 0.2.0 will work with node 8.x
  • version 0.2.0 and above requires >= node v10.18
  • version 0.3.0 and above requires >= node v12.18
  • version 0.5.0 and above requires >= node v12.22
  • version 0.6.0 and above requires >= node v12.22

Installation

$ yarn add ip-cloudy

or

$ npm install ip-cloudy --save

In Node.js:

const IpCloudy = require('ip-cloudy');
const ipc = new IpCloudy({
  whoisFallback: {
    enabled: false, // if true fallback to whois
    cacheConfig: {
      // https://www.npmjs.com/package/lru-cache
      max: 100,
      length: (n, key) => n.length,
    },
  },
  providerCache: {
    name: 'CIDR_RANGE_CACHE', // name of the cache to use
    path: undefined, // cache path, undefined will use flat-cache's default location
    refreshRate: 5000, // milliseconds
    maxAge: 604800000, // milliseconds (1 week). -1 for no maxAge
    writeToFile: true, // save cache to file when its update
  },
  whoisConfig: {
    // config from "whois" package
  },
});
// load ip ranges into cache. using saved file if present,
// else going out and getting the ranges
ipc.init();

console.log(await ipc.check('104.196.27.39')); // -> {"cloud": "gce", "whois": null}
console.log(await ipc.check()); // use public ip or current host

// this will end the cache refresh intervals, so the node process can resolve
// alternatively, you can set providerCache.refreshRate
// to null to disable the refresh intervals
ipc.stopRefresh();

Development

Issues and PR's are always welcome, just follow the prettier.js style guides described below.

Testing

This project uses Ava.js. To run the tests clone the repo, then run:

# clone the repo
$ cd ipCloudy/
#install modules
$ yarn
#run the tests
$ yarn test

Styling

  • Prettier.js for formatting -- configuration can be found in .prettierrc
  • eslint for linting -- the configuration can be found in .eslint.rc.json

Credits

The original concept for this module was laid out in which-cloud.

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0.6.0

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  • eyepulp
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  • alec.troemel