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Redis as a storage for IP range

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# IPRange

Store IP Ranges in Redis as sorted sets for fast retrieval

## Installation

pip install iprange-python

## Usage

from iprange import IPRange

iprange = IPRange()

# Add a new range with some metadata
iprange.add('', {'some': 'data', 'more': 'metadata'})

# Find the most specific range that contains a specific IP
# => {'range': '', 'some': 'data', 'more': 'metadata'}

# Find all ranges that contains a specific IP
# => [{'range': '', 'some': 'data', 'more': 'metadata'}]

# Delete the range

You can use it with Redis Cluster too:

from iprange import IPRange

# Requires at least one node for cluster discovery. Multiple nodes is recommended.
startup_nodes = [{'host': '', 'port': 16379}]
iprange = IPRange(redis_cluster=True, startup_nodes=startup_nodes)

# ...

## IPRange in other languages

- [Ruby](

## Notice

This library relies on [a Redis fork that implements interval sets](,
as described in this [blog post](

You can also use [a more recent version of Redis with Interval Sets](

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