Details of the IP to ISP database CSV file downloads
The format used in the IP to ISP CSV database exports is compliant with the specification in RFC4180 : Common Format and MIME Type for Comma-Separated Values (CSV) Files.
The character encoding is standard Unicode UTF-8.
The IP to ISP database downloads in the Comma Separated Values format contain the following fields :
Sample row for the IP to ISP CSV file :
220.127.116.11,18.104.22.168,NA,US,"Level 3 Communications",15169,hosting,fttx,"Google Inc."
This packages contains the core DB-IP class, a CSV database import tool, and sample lookup code.
Here are the few steps needed to import a CSV file into your local database instance using the tools above :
The first step is to create a new database table to hold the imported data.
If you are updating an already populated and running database, it is recommended you create a new table and use an atomic rename to switch the old with the new once the import is finished.
This is the MySQL table creation statement for the IP to ISP lookup table needed by our supported query library and import tool :
CREATE TABLE `dbip_lookup` ( `addr_type` enum('ipv4','ipv6') NOT NULL, `ip_start` varbinary(16) NOT NULL, `ip_end` varbinary(16) NOT NULL, `continent` char(2) NOT NULL, `country` char(2) NOT NULL, `isp_name` varchar(128) NOT NULL, `as_number` int(10) unsigned DEFAULT NULL, `usage_type` enum('corporate','consumer','hosting') DEFAULT NULL, `connection_type` enum('dialup','isdn','cable','dsl','fttx','wireless') DEFAULT NULL, `organization_name` varchar(128) NOT NULL, PRIMARY KEY (`addr_type`,`ip_start`) ) DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8mb4;
dbip-update is the preferred way for loading and updating databases. The tutorial below will guide you through installation, initial database import and setup of automatic updates :Database import and update tutorial
These packages are not maintained by the DB-IP team but we have selected them because they provide added functionnality or language support.
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