LACNIC IP Geolocation (LAC-2018-3 Policy)
Since LAC-2018-3 was approved, every day LACNIC publishes a list of the assignments and sub-assignments made in the region of Latin America and the Caribbean including the country and city of each organization receiving resources.
This list can be downloaded from the following links:
The files are published in the following format:
- aut-num: shows the Autonomous System Number that has been assigned.
- inetnum: shows the IPv4 address block that has been assigned, along with its prefix. Example: 123.234.123/24
- inet6num: shows the IPv6 address block that has been assigned, along with its prefix. Example: 2801:1b8::/44
- city: shows the city where the organization that received the block is located.
- country: shows the country where the organization that received the block is located.
- created: shows the date on which the record for the block was created.
- changed: shows the date on which the record for the block was modified.
- status: shows the type of IPv4 or IPv6 assignment.
- There are four possible status values:
- allocated: direct assignment by LACNIC to an ISP (Internet Service Provider) member organization
- reallocated: sub-assignment by an ISP member organization to one of their clients
- assigned: direct assignment by LACNIC to an End User (banks, governments, universities)
- reassigned: sub-assignment by an End User to one of their subsidiaries
More information on policy LAC-2018-3: https://politicas.lacnic.net/politicas/detail/id/LAC-2018-3
Also, you can find this report in .csv format at the following link: ftp://ftp.lacnic.net/lacnic/dbase/lacnic.db.csv.gz
Note that the information provided should correspond to the city and country registered in the service agreement each member maintains with LACNIC or to the client address given by a member.
However, these might not match the actual location where the IP resources are being used.