At ultradns.com or on comwired.com you can select multiple A records depending on location; x.com (United States) 220.127.116.11 x.com (Europe) 18.104.22.168 So requests are routed based on proximity/where ...
I'm wondering who is doing DNS geo location for google.com? By request geo location I mean detecting the location of the user, calculating the nearest server farm to his location, and then routing the ...
Is there a way to automatically geo-locate an ip-address on Ubuntu linux? I'm looking to do this for errors in my auth.log.
I risk posing an ill formed question here, but I'll give it a whirl. Does it generally stand to reason that the nearer IP address A is to IP address B numerically, then the nearer IP address A is ...
A colleague of mine asked whether IP addresses could be "approximated" to physical location. As with most IT questions, "it depends" was a response I used frequently. Is there a service or program ...
Currently, when a DNS client makes a request for a DNS record (say, www.example.com., it needs to traverse the DNS tree. It asks the root servers for the location of com., which it then asks for the ...
I've setup nginx as a reverse proxy for a couple of apache backend/upstream servers. Using the GeoLite database from MaxMind, I'm trying to loadbalance requests between the two servers dependent on ...