PHP code example of geoip2 / geoip2

1. Go to this page and download the library: Download geoip2/geoip2 library. Choose the download type require.

2. Extract the ZIP file and open the index.php.

3. Add this code to the index.php.
    
        
<?php
require_once('vendor/autoload.php');

/* Start to develop here. Best regards https://php-download.com/ */

    

geoip2 / geoip2 example snippets







eoIp2\Database\Reader;

// This creates the Reader object, which should be reused across
// lookups.
$reader = new Reader('/usr/local/share/GeoIP/GeoIP2-City.mmdb');

// Replace "city" with the appropriate method for your database, e.g.,
// "country".
$record = $reader->city('128.101.101.101');

print($record->country->isoCode . "\n"); // 'US'
print($record->country->name . "\n"); // 'United States'
print($record->country->names['zh-CN'] . "\n"); // '美国'

print($record->mostSpecificSubdivision->name . "\n"); // 'Minnesota'
print($record->mostSpecificSubdivision->isoCode . "\n"); // 'MN'

print($record->city->name . "\n"); // 'Minneapolis'

print($record->postal->code . "\n"); // '55455'

print($record->location->latitude . "\n"); // 44.9733
print($record->location->longitude . "\n"); // -93.2323

print($record->traits->network . "\n"); // '128.101.101.101/32'



eoIp2\Database\Reader;

// This creates the Reader object, which should be reused across
// lookups.
$reader = new Reader('/usr/local/share/GeoIP/GeoIP2-Anonymous-IP.mmdb');

$record = $reader->anonymousIp('128.101.101.101');

if ($record->isAnonymous) { print "anon\n"; }
print($record->ipAddress . "\n"); // '128.101.101.101'
print($record->network . "\n"); // '128.101.101.101/32'



eoIp2\Database\Reader;

// This creates the Reader object, which should be reused across
// lookups.
$reader = new Reader('/usr/local/share/GeoIP/GeoIP2-Connection-Type.mmdb');

$record = $reader->connectionType('128.101.101.101');

print($record->connectionType . "\n"); // 'Corporate'
print($record->ipAddress . "\n"); // '128.101.101.101'
print($record->network . "\n"); // '128.101.101.101/32'



eoIp2\Database\Reader;

// This creates the Reader object, which should be reused across
// lookups.
$reader = new Reader('/usr/local/share/GeoIP/GeoIP2-Domain.mmdb');

$record = $reader->domain('128.101.101.101');

print($record->domain . "\n"); // 'umn.edu'
print($record->ipAddress . "\n"); // '128.101.101.101'
print($record->network . "\n"); // '128.101.101.101/32'



eoIp2\Database\Reader;

// This creates the Reader object, which should be reused across
// lookups.
$reader = new Reader('/usr/local/share/GeoIP/GeoIP2-Enterprise.mmdb');

// Use the ->enterprise method to do a lookup in the Enterprise database
$record = $reader->enterprise('128.101.101.101');

print($record->country->confidence . "\n"); // 99
print($record->country->isoCode . "\n"); // 'US'
print($record->country->name . "\n"); // 'United States'
print($record->country->names['zh-CN'] . "\n"); // '美国'

print($record->mostSpecificSubdivision->confidence . "\n"); // 77
print($record->mostSpecificSubdivision->name . "\n"); // 'Minnesota'
print($record->mostSpecificSubdivision->isoCode . "\n"); // 'MN'

print($record->city->confidence . "\n"); // 60
print($record->city->name . "\n"); // 'Minneapolis'

print($record->postal->code . "\n"); // '55455'

print($record->location->accuracyRadius . "\n"); // 50
print($record->location->latitude . "\n"); // 44.9733
print($record->location->longitude . "\n"); // -93.2323

print($record->traits->network . "\n"); // '128.101.101.101/32'



eoIp2\Database\Reader;

// This creates the Reader object, which should be reused across
// lookups.
$reader = new Reader('/usr/local/share/GeoIP/GeoIP2-ISP.mmdb');

$record = $reader->isp('128.101.101.101');

print($record->autonomousSystemNumber . "\n"); // 217
print($record->autonomousSystemOrganization . "\n"); // 'University of Minnesota'
print($record->isp . "\n"); // 'University of Minnesota'
print($record->organization . "\n"); // 'University of Minnesota'

print($record->ipAddress . "\n"); // '128.101.101.101'
print($record->network . "\n"); // '128.101.101.101/32'



eoIp2\WebService\Client;

// This creates a Client object that can be reused across requests.
// Replace "42" with your account ID and "license_key" with your license
// key.
$client = new Client(42, 'abcdef123456');

// Replace "city" with the method corresponding to the web service that
// you are using, e.g., "country", "insights".
$record = $client->city('128.101.101.101');

print($record->country->isoCode . "\n"); // 'US'
print($record->country->name . "\n"); // 'United States'
print($record->country->names['zh-CN'] . "\n"); // '美国'

print($record->mostSpecificSubdivision->name . "\n"); // 'Minnesota'
print($record->mostSpecificSubdivision->isoCode . "\n"); // 'MN'

print($record->city->name . "\n"); // 'Minneapolis'

print($record->postal->code . "\n"); // '55455'

print($record->location->latitude . "\n"); // 44.9733
print($record->location->longitude . "\n"); // -93.2323

print($record->traits->network . "\n"); // '128.101.101.101/32'

bash
curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php

php composer.phar 

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