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IP2Location Python CSV Converter

This Python script converts IP2Location CSV data file, that contains the IP address in numeric notation, into dot-decimal notation (such as x.x.x.x) or CIDR notation (x.x.x.x/24). It supports both the IP2Location commercial edition, DB1 to DB26 database and also the free edition, IP2Location LITE database. In addition to this, this converter can also be used to convert any CSV file that contains the IP number (the numeric notation).

You can download the IP2Location CSV file at the below links:

Please do not use this script to convert IP2Location BIN data file. It only support the CSV format, not the binary format.

Requirement

This script require ipaddress to work. For Python3 user, it is already been installed as part of Python3 standard library. For Python2 user, if you do not have the library installed, you can install the library by running the following command:

pip install ipaddress

For Windows user, please install this library win_inet_pton before using this script, you can install the library by running the following command:

pip install win-inet-pton

Installation

You can install the script by using pip command:

pip install ip2location-python-csv-converter

Usage

ip2location-csv-converter [-range | -cidr | -hex] [-replace | -append] INPUT_FILE OUTPUT_FILE

Parameters

Parameter Description
-range IP numbers will be converted into the first IP address and last IP address in the range.
-cidr IP numbers will be converted into CIDR format.
-hex IP numbers will be converted into hexadecimal format. (auto padding)
-hex4 IP numbers will be converted into hexadecimal format. (pad IPv4)
-hex6 IP numbers will be converted into hexadecimal format. (pad IPv6)
-replace The IP numbers in will be replaced to the selected format.
-append The converted format will be appended after the IP numbers field.

Example:

Sample Input
"17170432","17301503","IN","India"
"17301504","17367039","CN","China"
"17367040","17432575","MY","Malaysia"
"17432576","17435135","CN","China"
"17435136","17435391","AU","Australia"
"17435392","17465343","CN","China"
"17465344","17498111","TH","Thailand"
"17498112","17563647","KR","Korea, Republic of"
"17563648","17825791","CN","China"
"17825792","17842175","KR","Korea, Republic of"
Convert into range with replace option:

Command:

ip2location-csv-converter -range -replace IP2LOCATION-DB1.CSV IP2LOCATION-DB1.NEW.CSV

Output:

"1.6.0.0","1.7.255.255","IN","India"
"1.8.0.0","1.8.255.255","CN","China"
"1.9.0.0","1.9.255.255","MY","Malaysia"
"1.10.0.0","1.10.9.255","CN","China"
"1.10.10.0","1.10.10.255","AU","Australia"
"1.10.11.0","1.10.127.255","CN","China"
"1.10.128.0","1.10.255.255","TH","Thailand"
"1.11.0.0","1.11.255.255","KR","Korea, Republic of"
"1.12.0.0","1.15.255.255","CN","China"
"1.16.0.0","1.16.63.255","KR","Korea, Republic of"
Convert into CIDR with replace option:

Command:

ip2location-csv-converter -cidr -replace IP2LOCATION-DB1.CSV IP2LOCATION-DB1.NEW.CSV

Output:

"1.6.0.0/15","IN","India"
"1.8.0.0/16","CN","China"
"1.9.0.0/16","MY","Malaysia"
"1.10.0.0/21","CN","China"
"1.10.8.0/23","CN","China"
"1.10.10.0/24","AU","Australia"
"1.10.11.0/24","CN","China"
"1.10.12.0/22","CN","China"
"1.10.16.0/20","CN","China"
"1.10.32.0/19","CN","China"
Convert into hexadecimal with replace option:

Command:

ip2location-csv-converter -hex -replace IP2LOCATION-DB1.CSV IP2LOCATION-DB1.NEW.CSV

Output:

"01060000","0107ffff","IN","India"
"01080000","0108ffff","CN","China"
"01090000","0109ffff","MY","Malaysia"
"010a0000","010a09ff","CN","China"
"010a0a00","010a0aff","AU","Australia"
"010a0b00","010a7fff","CN","China"
"010a8000","010affff","TH","Thailand"
"010b0000","010bffff","KR","Korea, Republic of"
"010c0000","010fffff","CN","China"
"01100000","01103fff","KR","Korea, Republic of"
Convert into range with append option:

Command:

ip2location-csv-converter -range -append IP2LOCATION-DB1.CSV IP2LOCATION-DB1.NEW.CSV

Output:

"17170432","17301503","1.6.0.0","1.7.255.255","IN","India"
"17301504","17367039","1.8.0.0","1.8.255.255","CN","China"
"17367040","17432575","1.9.0.0","1.9.255.255","MY","Malaysia"
"17432576","17435135","1.10.0.0","1.10.9.255","CN","China"
"17435136","17435391","1.10.10.0","1.10.10.255","AU","Australia"
"17435392","17465343","1.10.11.0","1.10.127.255","CN","China"
"17465344","17498111","1.10.128.0","1.10.255.255","TH","Thailand"
"17498112","17563647","1.11.0.0","1.11.255.255","KR","Korea, Republic of"
"17563648","17825791","1.12.0.0","1.15.255.255","CN","China"
"17825792","17842175","1.16.0.0","1.16.63.255","KR","Korea, Republic of"
Convert into CIDR with append option:

Command:

ip2location-csv-converter -cidr -append IP2LOCATION-DB1.CSV IP2LOCATION-DB1.NEW.CSV

Output:

"17170432","17301503","1.6.0.0/15","IN","India"
"17301504","17367039","1.8.0.0/16","CN","China"
"17367040","17432575","1.9.0.0/16","MY","Malaysia"
"17432576","17435135","1.10.0.0/21","CN","China"
"17432576","17435135","1.10.8.0/23","CN","China"
"17435136","17435391","1.10.10.0/24","AU","Australia"
"17435392","17465343","1.10.11.0/24","CN","China"
"17435392","17465343","1.10.12.0/22","CN","China"
"17435392","17465343","1.10.16.0/20","CN","China"
"17435392","17465343","1.10.32.0/19","CN","China"
"17435392","17465343","1.10.64.0/18","CN","China"
"17465344","17498111","1.10.128.0/17","TH","Thailand"
"17498112","17563647","1.11.0.0/16","KR","Korea, Republic of"
"17563648","17825791","1.12.0.0/14","CN","China"
"17825792","17842175","1.16.0.0/18","KR","Korea, Republic of"
Convert into hexadecimal with append option:

Command:

ip2location-csv-converter -hex -append IP2LOCATION-DB1.CSV IP2LOCATION-DB1.NEW.CSV

Output:

"01060000","0107ffff","17170432","17301503","IN","India"
"01080000","0108ffff","17301504","17367039","CN","China"
"01090000","0109ffff","17367040","17432575","MY","Malaysia"
"010a0000","010a09ff","17432576","17435135","CN","China"
"010a0a00","010a0aff","17435136","17435391","AU","Australia"
"010a0b00","010a7fff","17435392","17465343","CN","China"
"010a8000","010affff","17465344","17498111","TH","Thailand"
"010b0000","010bffff","17498112","17563647","KR","Korea, Republic of"
"010c0000","010fffff","17563648","17825791","CN","China"
"01100000","01103fff","17825792","17842175","KR","Korea, Republic of"

Custom Input File

You can use this converter for a custom input file provided the input is in CSV format, with the first and second field contain the ip from and ip to information in numeric format.

Support

URL: https://www.ip2location.com

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