A wrapper around the ipinfo.io services

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A wrapper around the ipinfo.io services.

Install

You can install the library using composer:

$ composer require davidepastore/ipinfo

How to use

Settings

Token

You can set your token when you instantiate the object but it's not mandatory.

$ipInfo = new DavidePastore\Ipinfo\Ipinfo(array(
	"token" => "your_api_key"
));

cURL options

The cURL options to use while trying to connect when you instantiate the object:

$ipInfo = new DavidePastore\Ipinfo\Ipinfo(array(
	"curlOptions" => array(
            CURLOPT_CONNECTTIMEOUT => 1,
            CURLOPT_TIMEOUT => 2,
            CURLOPT_CAINFO => __DIR__ . "/cacert.pem"
    )
));

Read details about the given ip

You can read all the properties from the given ip.

//Get all the properties
$host = $ipInfo->getFullIpDetails("8.8.8.8");

//Get only a single property (this could save bandwidth)
$city = $ipInfo->getSpecificField("8.8.8.8", DavidePastore\Ipinfo\Ipinfo::CITY);

Read details about your ip

You can read all the properties from your ip.

//Get all the properties
$host = $ipInfo->getYourOwnIpDetails();

//Get only a single property (this could save bandwidth)
$city = $ipInfo->getYourOwnIpSpecificField(DavidePastore\Ipinfo\Ipinfo::CITY);

Get info from the host

After obtaining the Host instance you can read all the properties or each of them individually.

//Read all the properties
$city = $host->getCity();
$country = $host->getCountry();
$hostname = $host->getHostname();
$ip = $host->getIp();
$loc = $host->getLoc();
$org = $host->getOrg();
$phone = $host->getPhone();
$postal = $host->getPostal();
$region = $host->getRegion();

//Get the associative array with all the properties
$properties = $host->getProperties();

Read only a field

There are different constants that you could use to read specific field value from an Ipinfo instance using the getSpecificField() and getYourOwnIpSpecificField() methods:

IpInfo::IP; //For the ip address
IpInfo::HOSTNAME; //For the hostname
IpInfo::LOC; //For the loc
IpInfo::ORG; //For the org
IpInfo::CITY; //For the city
IpInfo::REGION; //For the region
IpInfo::COUNTRY; //For the country
IpInfo::PHONE; //For the phone
IpInfo::POSTAL; //For the postal
IpInfo::GEO; //For the geo info. See the paragraph below for more info

Read only the Geo data (which is faster)

By using the getIpGeoDetails() method you will get less fields. This call tends to be faster than getFullIpDetails() so use this call in case you only need the following fields:

IpInfo::IP; //For the ip address
IpInfo::CITY; //For the city
IpInfo::REGION; //For the region
IpInfo::COUNTRY; //For the country
IpInfo::PHONE; //For the phone
IpInfo::POSTAL; //For the postal

These fields will be empty:

IpInfo::HOSTNAME; //For the hostname
IpInfo::LOC; //For the loc
IpInfo::ORG; //For the org

Error Handling

You can handle all the types of IpInfo exceptions by catching the IpInfoExceptionException:

use DavidePastore\Ipinfo\Exception\IpInfoExceptionException;

try {
    $host = $ipInfo->getFullIpDetails("8.8.8.8");
} catch (IpInfoExceptionException $e) {
    echo 'Caught exception: ',  $e->getMessage(), "\n";
}

Invalid Token Exception

It could happen that the token you are using to make the API call is not valid. You can handle it by catching the InvalidTokenException:

use DavidePastore\Ipinfo\Exception\InvalidTokenException;

try {
    $host = $ipInfo->getFullIpDetails("8.8.8.8");
} catch (InvalidTokenException $e) {
    echo 'Caught exception: ',  $e->getMessage(), "\n";
}

Rate Limit Exceed Exception

It could happen that your API call exceeds the rate limit. You can handle it by catching the RateLimitExceedException:

use DavidePastore\Ipinfo\Exception\RateLimitExceedException;

try {
    $host = $ipInfo->getFullIpDetails("8.8.8.8");
} catch (RateLimitExceedException $e) {
    echo 'Caught exception: ',  $e->getMessage(), "\n";
}

Wrong Ip Exception

It could happen that your API call is trying to obtain info about a wrong ip. You can handle it by catching the WrongIpException:

use DavidePastore\Ipinfo\Exception\WrongIpException;

try {
    $host = $ipInfo->getFullIpDetails("qwerty");
} catch (WrongIpException $e) {
    echo 'Caught exception: ',  $e->getMessage(), "\n";
}

Issues

If you have issues, just open one here.