The Visits report shows the number of visitor sessions—or "visits"—to
the site during the specified report period. A visit refers to a series of
requests from a uniquely identified client. A visit starts with the first
request from the client and remains active as long as the period between
subsequent requests from the client does not exceed a set
"time-out" period. After a visit "times out", the
virtual server counts a request from the same client as the start of a new
A set of statistics for a web site.
A group of transactions between an IP address and the web server. The
default visit expires after 15 minutes of inactivity, but this timeout can
The unique number that identifies a computer (known as a host) on the
Internet. An IP address (IPv4) is a 32 digit binary number, but is usually
displayed as 4 numbers from 0 to 255, separated by dots. Since there can
only be just over 4 billion IP addresses with the current IP address
system, the IETF and other influential organizations are developing IPv6,
which will have many magnitudes more addresses.
Location associated with the organization that owns the class C of the IP
address. Looked up through ARIN or RIPE or APNIC.
Visits by Continent report
The Visits by Continent report shows the number of visits broken down by
continent. The reportb shows the most visits by continent and the least visits by
continent during the selected period.