I have fixed md5sum check sum file for all the zone files for ipv4 and ipv6. Sorry for the trouble.
We have manually updated Taiwan country naming and will ignore it’s somehow outdated ISO3166 naming. Thanks for your request Z.L.
I am happy to announce that IPdeny now offers aggregated and full IPv6 country IP address blocks available for download.
You can access IPv6 country IP blocks download directory here: http://www.ipdeny.com/ipv6/ipaddresses/blocks/
IPv6 country aggregated blocks: http://www.ipdeny.com/ipv6/ipaddresses/aggregated/
Archives available (starting from Sep 11, 2014): http://www.ipdeny.com/ipv6/ipaddresses/archive/
Please feel free to contact us if you notice any problems.
Starting from August 15th, 2014 you can download our aggregated country IPv4 address blocks. By aggregating multiple smaller blocks into larger IP prefixes you can increase your firewall, packet filter or router performance. Why? You will have less firewall rules – each incoming or outgoing IP packet will be inspected faster, probably will use less memory, use less network buffers and CPU (or ASIC?) load will decrease.
IP address block aggregation really works for zone files that have IP address blocks allocated without gaps. For example, USA total IP block allocations are around 46000 and we can aggregate those blocks down to about 15400 IP prefixes), Australia (~6500 vs ~4300 aggregated), Canada (~6900 vs ~3600 aggregated), China, France, Germany and many other countries….
I hope you will enjoy aggregated IPv4 block downloads from IPDeny.com. Don’t hesitate to give us some thumbs up 😉
At Ipdeny.com, we are delighted to announce that we are lessening our site’s copyright limitations to better serve open-source community.
We have updated our Copyright policy giving you (the user) more freedom to use our IP country zone files. Starting from August 13th, 2014:
- you can hot-link our country IP zone files directly (don’t Slashdot us! be nice!);
- no need to display IPDeny.com Copyright notice and link back to our site if you are using our country IP zone files for Web servers/sites (except if you provide a public IP to country web service, you need to mention that data comes from us), DNS servers, off-site usage, routers and firewalls (including server based packet filters);
- you may freely re-distribute our zone files/archives, keeping the original Copyrights.txt file intact – just be a nice person and give us a link back to ipdeny.com 🙂
- remember, you can always donate (even a little pays, viagra india). I pay myself for the hosting and spend some of my free time doing some coding to keep this site running. Ads do not pay much 🙁
UPDATE AUGUST 29th, 2014.
YOU CANNOT USE IPDENY.COM COUNTRY IP DATA FOR SPAMMING, BULK ADVERTISING AND ANY OTHER ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES.
Guys, a quick update for all-zones.tar.gz file – from August 13th, 2014 we will display the file size in Kilobytes on our Ip blocks page. This will help you plan your automated file downloads much better!
Download compressed tar archive with all country zone files: all-zones.tar.gz
New format (with file size in () ):
Download compressed tar archive with all country zone files: all-zones.tar.gz (Size: 444.71 KB)
As of August 12th, 2014 I have added a new IP address block count for each country zone file posted at: http://www.ipdeny.com/ipblocks/
UNITED STATES (US) [download zone file] Size: 709.43 KB
Current (new) format:
UNITED STATES (US) [download zone file] Size: 709.43 KB (46021 IP blocks)
Sorry guys, I had to move to another country so I was a bit lazy to fix the scripts. I have updated and fixed all the required scripts. From now on IP blocks will be updated — once a day at ~12:05 UTC time.
Soon, I will also implement additional features/services and looking forward to offer ASN and IPv6 record blocks downloads, free of charge as usual. Stay tunned!
Hey folks! Starting from today – we have increased usage limits for IPdeny zone file downloads.
Now you can download up to 5000 zone files daily from one IP;
Usage 5 concurrent connections from one IP;
Recommended wait time between downloading zone files are from 0.5 to 1 second;
Thanks for using our free service!
Hey guys…we received a report that we are missing some IP ranges from APNIC allocations, especially from the New Zealand (NZ) . We will check this out and see why we are missing those ranges as we automatically parse APNIC official database files. Anyway, thanks for the report and your feedback Dave W. – we will definitely sort this problem out shortly!