look up 'geolocation' in google. there are a number of companies which provide the means of tying an IP to a geographical location - some are relatively expensive, I've seen a couple which are free to a country level and then expensive to get you down to city level.
...doesn't BrowserHawk do this? Or at least CountryHawk. It's only like $130 US, which I reckon's pretty cheap for all the things it does.<BR><BR>That said, I don't know that you can get down to district level.<BR><BR>anyway - http://www.cyscape.com<BR><BR>R
www.ip-to-country.com<BR><BR>You have to buy it, and the data for some ISPs is general (AOL in the US routes all its connections through a single system, meaning you can never tell where the "end user" is).<BR><BR>But I have heard good things about it. We were considering it for use on our stats generation tool (for in-house products). But as the development on that has been (again) put back, we've not looked into it too deeply.<BR><BR>Craig.