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October 11, 2017 9:42 am  #11


Re: What the total countries of the flag counter?

Pillandia wrote:

18 months after the previous post, the country list is made with 242 flags
http://s01.flagcounter.com/countries.html

Until recently, there were 241 of them. They added Western Sahara. It's good.
Cocos Islands and Pitcairn are not on the list. For some strange reason.


 

 

October 11, 2017 9:45 am  #12


Re: What the total countries of the flag counter?

roddersnavy wrote:

248 
Netherlands Antilles (Doesn't exist anymore)
Heard Island and McDonald Islands & 
Bouvet Island ( Both have no permanent populations and will not be assigned IP's)
 

Antarctica and the United States Minor Outlying Islands do not have a permanent population, but they have IP. Why?

 

October 12, 2017 9:30 pm  #13


Re: What the total countries of the flag counter?

249 i guess 

 

October 12, 2017 11:17 pm  #14


Re: What the total countries of the flag counter?

Yolkin wrote:

roddersnavy wrote:

248 
Netherlands Antilles (Doesn't exist anymore)
Heard Island and McDonald Islands & 
Bouvet Island ( Both have no permanent populations and will not be assigned IP's)
 

Antarctica and the United States Minor Outlying Islands do not have a permanent population, but they have IP. Why?

Territories such as Antarctica, United States Minor Outlying Islands, French Southern and Antarctic Lands & South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. All have research stations and populations of scientists all year round. Ips for these Territories are from satellite communications. Service providers can register IPs to almost any country. Making these territories practically impossible to collect. Most hits on FC have been from VPNs.

Western Sahara, Svalbard, ​United States Minor Outlying Islands, ​French Southern and Antarctic Lands, Norfolk Island, ​Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands & ​Tokelau have all had new IP ranges assigned to them. Making them a little easier.

If you are a new collector 248 is the highest number you can collect, even though 250 still have IPs. (2 are inactive and currently, cannot have new IPs assigned to them)

Hope that helps everyone http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/grin.png


2,644 out of 2,646 Regions Collected​
251/251 Countries Collected.
http://www.iiadseries.com/visitors
http://s05.flagcounter.com/more/ZbQh/
 

Yesterday 2:44 pm  #15


Re: What the total countries of the flag counter?

roddersnavy wrote:

Yolkin wrote:

roddersnavy wrote:

248 
Netherlands Antilles (Doesn't exist anymore)
Heard Island and McDonald Islands & 
Bouvet Island ( Both have no permanent populations and will not be assigned IP's)
 

Antarctica and the United States Minor Outlying Islands do not have a permanent population, but they have IP. Why?

Territories such as Antarctica, United States Minor Outlying Islands, French Southern and Antarctic Lands & South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. All have research stations and populations of scientists all year round. Ips for these Territories are from satellite communications. Service providers can register IPs to almost any country. Making these territories practically impossible to collect. Most hits on FC have been from VPNs.

Western Sahara, Svalbard, ​United States Minor Outlying Islands, ​French Southern and Antarctic Lands, Norfolk Island, ​Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands & ​Tokelau have all had new IP ranges assigned to them. Making them a little easier.

If you are a new collector 248 is the highest number you can collect, even though 250 still have IPs. (2 are inactive and currently, cannot have new IPs assigned to them)

Hope that helps everyone http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/grin.png

That certainly helps, Rod. Thanks for the update.
 

 

Today 12:55 am  #16


Re: What the total countries of the flag counter?

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