You can get a free GeoIP database at:
Includes functions for major scripting languages and also for Apache etc
in order to restrict to country.
I use it for my sites and it works fine, even to a city level.
Of course, you can get around any IP restriction by using a proxy.
On Tue, Dec 16, 2008 at 12:56 PM, Paul Reilly <astropaul at gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't suppose anyone has,or knows where to find, an up-to-date
> list of the IP ranges (netblocks) used by the main Irish ISP's?
> (including O2, Vodafon, etc 3G companies?)
>> It would just be nice to be able to restrict access "to ireland".
> I know there is potential to cut someone off, but as long as
> I get 90% coverage that's OK.
>> I could go lookup all these details at RIPE, but someone must
> already have done this? No?
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