jdMorgan - 4:05 am on Apr 27, 2006 (gmt 0) You could try a search on "ip to country" if you want to dig deeper. Jim
IP address ranges are not assigned by country. They are assigned to companies, governments, and organizations that request them -- in many cases, without regard to location. So, a given country may have thousands of ranges assigned to registrants within its bounds. And a given large range (net) may contain smaller ranges (subnets) assigned to registrants in dozens of countries.
You could try a search on "ip to country" if you want to dig deeper.