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Configuring Geolocation Based Statistics

Note

This documentation uses MySQL as an example for configuring the GEO_LOCATION_DATA database.

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In order to generate Geolocation based statistics, you need to pass an x-forwarded-for header with the relevant IP in the API request.

  1. Download the Geolocation data from here.
  2. Unzip the file you downloaded.

    Info

    If you have Geo Location Dataset already dowloaded, you can update that dataset by following Updating Geo Location Data Set.

  3. Create the GEO_LOCATION_DATA database by executing one of the scripts in the Geolocation Data/dbscripts directory. In this example, mysql.sql is executed.

    Tip

    This can be done using the MySQL Workbench.

    For detailed instructions to run the database script, see MySQL Documentation - The Workbench Scripting Shell.

  4. Restore data to the BLOCKS and LOCATION tables by importing data from the BLOCKS.csv and LOCATION.csv from the .Geolocation Data/data directory of the extracted zip using the commands given below.

    • Importing Geolocation Data/data/LOCATION.csv

      mysqlimport -u root -p --ignore-lines=2 --fields-terminated-by=, --fields-optionally-enclosed-by='"' --local GEO_LOCATION_DATA <path_to_folder_location>/GeolocationData/data/LOCATION.csv

    • Importing Geolocation Data/data/BLOCKS.csv

      mysqlimport -u root -p --ignore-lines=2 --fields-terminated-by=, --fields-optionally-enclosed-by='"' --local GEO_LOCATION_DATA <Extracted_location>/GeolocationData/data/BLOCKS.csv

      Tip

      For more information, see MySQL Documentation - Data Export and Import.

  5. Check whether your imported dataset is working properly by executing following query in the MySQL Command Line.

    SELECT loc.country_name,loc.subdivision_1_name
    FROM BLOCKS block , LOCATION loc
    WHERE block.network_blocks = '&lt;Network_part_of_ipv4&gt;'
    AND &lt;Long_value_of_publilc_IP&gt; BETWEEN block.network
    AND block.broadcast AND block.geoname_id=loc.geoname_id;

    Example query :

    SELECT loc.country_name,loc.subdivision_1_name
    FROM BLOCKS block , LOCATION loc
    WHERE block.network_blocks = '221.192'
    AND 3720398641 BETWEEN block.network
    AND block.broadcast AND block.geoname_id=loc.geoname_id;
  6. Download a JDBC provider depending on the database you are using (MySQL, in this example), and copy it to the <APIM_ANALYTICS_HOME>/repository/components/lib directory.

  7. Configure the datasource for the Geo location.

    A default datasource for Geo location is packed by default in the <APIM_ANALYTICS_HOME>/conf/worker/deployment.yaml file under data sources. You can edit the following data source to point to his own db and import the geo location data.

            - name: GEO_LOCATION_DATA
              description: "The data source used for geo location database"
              jndiConfig:
                name: jdbc/GEO_LOCATION_DATA
              definition:
                type: RDBMS
                configuration:
                  jdbcUrl: 'jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/GEO_LOCATION_DATA'
                  username: 'root'
                  password: '123'
                  driverClassName: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
                  maxPoolSize: 50
                  idleTimeout: 60000
                  validationTimeout: 30000
                  isAutoCommit: false

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For information on how to configure alerts, see Configuring Alerts.

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