Geo::IP::Record - Contains city information for GeoIP City Edition
use Geo::IP; my $gi = Geo::IP->open("/usr/local/share/GeoIP/GeoIPCity.dat", GEOIP_STANDARD); my $record = $gi->record_by_addr('18.104.22.168'); print $record->country_code, $record->country_code3, $record->country_name, $record->region, $record->city, $record->postal_code, $record->latitude, $record->longitude, $record->dma_code, $record->area_code;
Geo::IP::Record represents objects containing location information returned by the GeoIP City database.
Note at this time only a commercial version - GeoIP City Premium - is available from MaxMind. The database that is distributed free of charge is the GeoIP Standard Country, and is not compatible with this API.
At some point in the future, we may offer a free version - GeoIP City Standard - based only on public data sources such as RIR Whois databases.
- $code = $record->country_code;
Returns the ISO 3166 country code from the location object.
- $code3 = $record->country_code3;
Returns the ISO 3166 3 letter country code from the location object.
- $name = $record->country_name;
Returns the country name from the location object.
- $region = $record->region;
Returns the region from the location object.
- $city = $record->city;
Returns the city from the location object.
- $postal_code = $record->postal_code;
Returns the postal code from the location object.
- $lat = $record->latitude;
Returns the latitude from the location object.
- $lon = $record->longitude;
Returns the longitude from the location object.
- $dma_code = $record->dma_code;
Returns the DMA code from the location object (for city-level US locations only)
- $area_code = $record->area_code;
Returns the area code from the location object (for city-level US locations only)
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