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How to change "(unknown location)" ?

roshan_f
New Member

Hi Guys
final numbers called: 00442........ (unknown location)
How will I change (unknown location) to United Kingdom ?

Regards

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nickhills
Ultra Champion

Download the global location lookup file from here:
https://github.com/nickhills81/telephonyToolbox/blob/master/lookups/global-loc.csv

From the UI, goto Lookups - Lookup table files
Add new, choose file. I suggest you keep the filename the same
-or copy the lookup file to yourApp/lookups (you may need to create that folder if you have no existing lookups)

From the UI, goto Lookups - Lookup definitions
Add a file-based lookup definition using global-loc.csv

You will now be able to perform lookups like so:

somesearch|lookup global-loc countryCode as yourcountryCode areaCode as yourareaCode OUTPUTNEW countryName,areaName,cCity,lat,lon,iso2|table yourcountryCode yourareaCode  countryName,areaName,cCity,lat,lon,iso2

Which should give you a table like so:
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nickhills
Ultra Champion

just a note on the cCity field...
This is a lookup file i have compiled over time. For some countries (UK,US and a few others) the coordinates are based on the area code. However in cases where i have not found a decent position information for the area (or its too small) the lat and long relates to the Capital City. Good for pub quiz trivia too!

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nickhills
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I noticed that there were a few obvious errors in the csv - apologies. I have corrected and reuploaded

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roshan_f
New Member

Thank you Nick
Totally appreciate your help

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martin_mueller
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

So... you're splunking phone data and are trying to look up country code to country?

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nickhills
Ultra Champion

I have written a load of scripts which do this.

However, if your only worried about UK only (or a very small set of international numbers) you can probably do some simple |eval location=if(prefix="0044","UK","Unknown") type stuff.

But if you want to catch any country code you are going to be better off with lookup tables, or some lookup scripts which do the heavy lifting.

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roshan_f
New Member

Thank you , Sound Good to me
Where is teh lookup tables ?
Regards

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nickhills
Ultra Champion

let me upload it somewhere

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roshan_f
New Member

Thank you Nick
Manged to find it
Appreciate you assisting and pointing me toward the correct direction

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roshan_f
New Member

Sorry i did the changes but do not see it reflected while i generated my reports
Do i need to Stop and Start any service

Regards

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