Mapping The World IP Addresses

The internet is growing quickly around the world, but it’s penetrated certain regions and countries faster than others. This map, which was generated by pinging every IPv4 address on the planet and mapping the ping responses, is a rough look at internet access around the world:

I Pinged All Devices on the Internet (again), here's a Map of them


Redditor achillean, who made the map, notes at least two caveats: many routers won’t return the ping and thus aren’t mapped, and in some places (notably Greenland) the geolocation is skewed, so many addresses are grouped into a few dots.

All the same, there are some really interesting things here, including the near blackout in Belarus, and the stark line between North and South Korea.