- Look up the location from an IP

01 March 2008   1 comment   Linux

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I've never really needed it but I've been looking for a tool that is super easy to use that quickly looks up the location of an IP address. The super easy tool is called and this is what happens when you do a lookup on's IP at :

City: (Unknown city)

Cool. I'll remember that till next I really need this. I discovered by reading this cool blog by Corey Goldberg

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Try `whois` for a change... requires more reading skills, but gives vastly more information too.
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