Finding and Using Geofeed File (RFC 9092)

We’ve previously covered what is a Geofeed file as specified by RFC 8805 specification. If you are not sure what is a Geofeed file, please read https://blog.ip2location.com/knowledge-base/what-is-geofeed/ first as it is related to this article. In this article, we’ll go through the basics of RFC 9092 which specify a method […]

How to use IP2Location.io API in n8n?

Introduction What is n8n? n8n is an workflow automation tool to enables you to automate tasks or workflows. By using n8n, you can integrate different services and process data seamlessly. It works similar to Zapier or Make, but provides a self-hosting option which enable advanced customization. n8n provides integration or […]

Anycast explained: Advantages and drawbacks

IPv4 and IPv6 addresses have three common types: Unicast, Multicast, and Broadcast. Anycast is not a type of address in the same sense as Unicast, Multicast, and Broadcast; rather, it’s a routing methodology that can be applied to both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. In this piece, we’ll delve into the […]

How to use IP2Location.io API in Cerb?

Cerb is a web-based application designed for tasks automation and enterprise communication. With a history spanning over 22 years, Cerb continues their improvement based on feedback from a multitude of teams around the world. User can run Cerb on their own hardware, in Docker, or in Cerb Cloud as a […]

How to install and use IP2Trace on Windows for traceroute

Traceroute is a network diagnostic tool that allows you to trace the path of a network packet from your computer to a remote host over the internet. It can be used to troubleshoot network connectivity issues, identify network latency or congestion, and help to optimize network performance. Windows comes with […]

Custom CORS with IP2Location.io API

Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is a security mechanism that web browsers use to regulate how websites from different domains (origins) can communicate with one another. By default, IP2Location.io incorporates a wildcard (*) in CORS for all its commercial plans. This means that a wildcard symbol (*) is inserted into the […]

Common geolocation marketing mistakes

Geolocation marketing is a technique that delivers personalized content to customers based on their current physical location. Businesses can locate users accurately and provide them with contextually relevant messages, promotions, or advertisements. While geolocation marketing is an innovative technique, it does have its downsides. Be aware of the common mistakes […]

IPv4 Address 2024 Infographics

Introduction The internet has become an essential part of our daily routine, connecting people and devices across the globe. The Internet Protocol (IP) forms the backbone of this enormous network, establishing communication between devices. IPv4, the fourth version of this protocol, has been crucial in shaping the digital landscape and […]

Country Name Updates in IP2Location

Today, we are excited to announce significant updates to all IP2Location products and services. These updates align with the country names in the latest release of the ISO 3166 standard, showcasing our commitment to delivering accurate and up-to-date information to users worldwide. What’s changing? The IP2Location data has been enhanced […]

How to get IP geolocation with IP2Location.io Keyless API

IP geolocation data is not just random strings of statistics. It holds valuable information about the geographical location of a device or user. Geolocation data typically includes details such as latitude, longitude, country, region, city, and much more. Sometimes, even more granular information like street address or ZIP code. This […]