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Mapping IP addresses to ranges and IP address ranges to blocks enables accurate, broad, and detailed visualization of IP address utilization statistics.
An IP address is your address on the internet and is used to route all traffic between your computer and the websites and other internet services that you use.
Local authorities of some economies have placed limits on the ability to locate critical infrastructure.
Therefore, the use of geoloc may be constrained in your location for reasons outside of our control. It is unlikely at this time that geolocation providers are making use of the whois “geoloc” attributes; however you should ensure your APNIC Whois registration is up to date.
To review best practices for IP address space management, see IP address management. IP address blocks are large chunks of IP addresses that are used to organize address space at a high level.
For example, you might use one IP address block for all private IP addresses in your organization, and another block for public IP addresses.
The cache is cleared over a certain amount of time.
This is because it takes time for the DNS to take effect across the internet.
If the ping and traceroute test show your server with us in the outcome, you know the DNS is propagated. You can try speeding up the propagation time by having your TTL set to a lower number (not recommended). We set the default TTL to 14400 (4 hours); however the network that you are using to access the internet may update at a slower rate.
You can try Clearing your DNS cache or "Hello siva, and thanks for the comment.
IP address blocks are not deployed and managed on the network like IP address ranges or individual IP addresses.
IP address ranges are smaller chunks of IP addresses that typically correspond to a DHCP scope.