by Guest on 2021/03/26 06:29:55 AM
Hi Tixati Devs,
At the moment tixati Peers tab in:
TRANSFERS > Select a torrent > PEERS tab
Latest version shows this:
Address | Link | Flag | Location | Client | Source | Bytes In | Out | Progress % | Status | (etc)
Please can I request:
1) ADDITIONAL Address DNS resolved column after IP address
2) ADDITIONAL Custom ISP Name lookup
3) ADDITIONAL Custom ISP Type lookup (Cable/Fiber/ADSL/VPS/Hosting/VPN)
so, the column header in Tixati Peers (of a download/seed) would look like:
Address | DNS | ISP-Name | ISP-Type | Link | Flag | IPLocation | Client | Source | Bytes In | Out | Progress % | Status | (etc)
X.X.X.X | x-compute-aws | AWS East | VPS_EC2_hosting | TCP | USA | United States |
X.X.X.X | y-compute-aws | AWS West | VPS_EC2_hosting | TCP | USA | United States |
X.X.X.X | cust99-rogers | RogersCA | Residential Cable | UDP | CA | Canada |
X.X.X.X | shaw-customer | Shaw CA | Residential Fiber | UDP | CA | Canada |
X.X.X.X | digikabelpool | DigiKabl | Residential Cable | UDP | HU | Hungary |
X.X.X.X | DSL-pool-user | -unknown- | -unknown- | UDP | FR | France |
X.X.X.X | baremetal-XL | M247 | VPS/VPN/hosting | UDP | DE | Germany |
X.X.X.X | dynamic-ip-uk | -unknown- | -unknown- | UDP | UK | UnitedKingdom |
X.X.X.X | -none- | -unknown- | -unknown- | UDP | ES | Spain |
Data imported from "IP FILTER" similar format; maybe something like this: (Users will configure this or download)
TEXT FILE to import:
AWS East:18.104.22.168-22.214.171.124 #VPS_EC2_hosting
AWS West:126.96.36.199-188.8.131.52 #VPS_EC2_hosting
RogersCA:xx.xxx.x.x-xx.xxx.xxx.xxx #Residential Cable
Shaw CA:xx.xxx.x.x-xx.xxx.xxx.xxx #Residential Fiber
DigiKabl:xx.xxx.x.x-xx.xxx.xxx.xxx #Residential Cable
M247 :xx.xxx.x.x-xx.xxx.xxx.xxx #VPS/VPN/hosting
Some ISP's have HUGE ranges so making list wont be easy but a hobbyist user like myself might add tables for their own country or popular ones.
I know there are a lot of more important things to consider first - I'm just wanted to make Tixati even more fun to use for advanced users.
Hey guest (thread starter). This is off-topic, but I think I know what you are trying to do. Please contact me on the 'Tixati User Group' channel, maybe we can collaborate together.
I agree with the last response, DNS queries leave many more trails across the chain and is easily logged. If you look up IPs, for a similar reason, erase the last number: 192.168.13.37 -> 192.168.13.0, it will be essentially the same result in 99.9% of cases, without giving up who you were interested in.