Support 3D IP Lookup Widget on iusethis
3DIP Lookup Widget visualizes the geographical location of the hosts from a traceroute output in Google Earth.
Cool concept, but I must be doing something wrong.
I've entered various addresses and the Widget appears to process correctly, then jumps to Google Earth. However, at that point nothing new appears on the Google Earth imagery or in the sidebar.
What have I missed?
I tried this widget. I thought it would be an interesting one but it does not seem to be doing what it is supposed to. It opens Google erarth OK but doesn't go where the IP address has been traced
Hi to both,
sorry but the backend service that provides IP address resolution is not working, after publishing the website to the new provider.
Hopefully I will be able to fix this very soon :)
Update: the KML traceroute web service is now working, the 3D IP Lookup widget is again functional. Please report any issues that may persist.
I dont now how to install. Where is Library/Widgeds folder?
Open of file "/private/var/tmp/3dip_lookup-1240347661426.kml" failed: Unexpected element "br"
I run the app and nothing happens. I am using Safari 4.0.2. Is the result supposed to come up in a browser window?
Works well, however....would be nice if this would traceroute from my external IP like a normal one rather than from wherever the master server is.
Same problem as Milo
(Open of file "/private/var/tmp/3dip_lookup-1240347661426.kml" failed: Unexpected element "br")
As others have stated I can see the routes including the master server, However, I cannot determine the origin. i.e. where exactly did it originate? I seem to find that those few addresses I have checked all seem to originate in Palma Majorca
"/private/var/tmp/3dip_lookup-1258572219837.kml" failed: Unexpected element "br"
Hello! Cool widget, but i receive same "br" fail-message from google earth.
Mar 26, 2010
Mac OS X (10.6.3)
ATI Radeon HD 4850 OpenGL Engine (2.1 ATI-1.6.10)
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I tried with three IPs in germany and they all were misslead. One instead of in Bremen/Germany was placed in NY, two IPs from Hamburg/Germany were moved to Russia and Saudi Arabia. In all cases it wasn't exactly around the corner. I don't expect you to get the exact location right, but at least the right country should be possible...
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