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Topic # 94130 6-Dec-2011 20:37
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hey, 

just wondering if anyone knows what the full ip range for the local data on xnet is, i read somewhere that it isnt the whole scope.

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  Reply # 554682 6-Dec-2011 20:44
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IP's are something that would change on a fairly regular basis so the answer would be no - it's presumably based solely on BGP routes to content such as Akamai.

I have no idea what you mean by the "full scope".



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  Reply # 554688 6-Dec-2011 21:01
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sbiddle: IP's are something that would change on a fairly regular basis so the answer would be no - it's presumably based solely on BGP routes to content such as Akamai.

I have no idea what you mean by the "full scope".


all i mean is that it isn't the full range as in x.x.x.x/24, just wanting to setup my bandwidth monitoring tool so it correctly measures usage, ignoring those hosts of which are counted as local, as its not written on their site, ild assume there's no official word on exactly what the range is that is unmetered, but a pretty good indicator to the bulk of it would be good, already got the steam cache, akamai and the wicks ftp ip ranges, but a nice range to stick into it would be much more cleaner

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