You may also try to submit a Bing Maps Feedback!
If you have an IP range that is incorrectly geo-located by Microsoft, you can submit a correction request to Microsoft's Bing Maps team, who are responsible for maintaining the GeoIP database used by Microsoft services.
- Go to the Bing Maps Feedback page
- Select "Location is incorrect" as the feedback type.
- Enter the IP address or range that is incorrectly located, and provide as much detail as possible about the correct location.
- Provide any additional information that may be helpful, such as the ARIN registration details for the IP range.
It may take some time for Microsoft to process your request and update their database, but submitting a correction request is the best way to ensure that your IP range is correctly geo-located in Microsoft services.
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