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Re^2: How to check the origin ofi a visitor?

by Seumas (Curate)
on Jun 20, 2004 at 09:26 UTC ( #368257=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: How to check the origin ofi a visitor?
in thread How to check the origin ofi a visitor?

Considering the original posters updated content, I would say that this is clearly the best answer. IP::Country won't be perfect and it won't match everyone in your target countries - but it will match the ones that can be resolved back to appropriate country codes. As I had mentioned elsewhere in this thread - if the person uses an ISP that is outside of their own country or SSHes into a machine outside of their country and fires up links or lynx, there's nothing you can do about it.
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[choroba]: I often can't log in to pause. But after it fails for the first time, everything works for the second time.
[cavac]: Ok, thanks for the information
[choroba]: Yes, tried now. Login didn't show the login window at all, timed out, but worked for the second time instantly.
[choroba]: Trying the daemon log...
[choroba]: It seems very slow. But the internet is weird here in Vietnam...
[choroba]: again, stopping it and trying for the second time fixed the problem

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