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 ...
I've recently switch over to AWS from Rackspace and I'm setting up a simple geolocation server using freegeopip. While the following commands work perfectly on a new Rackspace serve (Ubuntu) I can't ...
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 ...