Our API only supports lookup for a single IP address at a time, but by using some common unix command line tools you're able to do bulk lookups.
First you need a file that contains all of the IP address you want to lookup, with each IP on a single line. So something like this:
184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168
You can then use
xargs to do a lookup for every IP in the file. Here's an example where we lookup the country for each IP:
cat ips.txt | xargs -I% curl http://ipinfo.io/%/country
US US US
The same thing works with other field, such as region:
cat ips.txt | xargs -I% curl http://ipinfo.io/%/region
California Colorado Washington
If you want to combine the API output with the IP addresses we can use
paste for that, and this time we're looking up the organization:
cat ips.txt | xargs -I% curl -s http://ipinfo.io/%/org | paste -d"," ips.txt -
22.214.171.124,AS15169 Google Inc. 126.96.36.199,AS15169 Google Inc. 188.8.131.52,AS15169 Google Inc.