General Info

ID

AMS-IX-IPv6

Description

Amsterdam Internet Exchange B.V.

ASN

AS1200 Amsterdam Internet Exchange B.V.

Country
Netherlands
Registry

ripe

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Whois Details

inet6num:         2001,67c,1a8,,/48
netname:          AMS-IX-IPv6
country:          NL
org:              ORG-AIEB2-RIPE
admin-c:          AMSX-RIPE
tech-c:           AMSX-RIPE
status:           ASSIGNED PI
mnt-by:           RIPE-NCC-END-MNT
mnt-by:           AMS-IX-MNT
mnt-routes:       AMS-IX-MNT
mnt-domains:      AMS-IX-MNT
created:          2010-03-15T13,30,51Z
last-modified:    2016-04-14T08,28,07Z
source:           RIPE


organisation:     ORG-AIEB2-RIPE
org-name:         Amsterdam Internet Exchange B.V.
org-type:         LIR
address:          Frederiksplein 42
address:          1017 XN
address:          Amsterdam
address:          NETHERLANDS
phone:            +31651312774
fax-no:           +31203058990
abuse-c:          AR16130-RIPE
admin-c:          HST-RIPE
admin-c:          SB-RIPE
mnt-ref:          AMS-IX-MNT
mnt-ref:          RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
mnt-by:           RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
mnt-by:           AMS-IX-MNT
created:          2012-08-17T14,06,36Z
last-modified:    2016-10-11T13,50,23Z
source:           RIPE
e-mail:           Henk.Steenman@ams-ix.net

role:             AMS-IX NOC
address:          Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX)
address:          Frederiksplein 42
address:          NL - 1017 XN Amsterdam
address:          The Netherlands
phone:            +31 20 514 1717
fax-no:           +31 20 305 8990
e-mail:           noc@ams-ix.net
mnt-by:           AMS-IX-MNT
admin-c:          HST-RIPE
tech-c:           SB-RIPE
tech-c:           HST-RIPE
tech-c:           AL1173-RIPE
tech-c:           KK2604-RIPE
nic-hdl:          AMSX-RIPE
notify:           noc@ams-ix.net
remarks:          * -------------------------------------------------
remarks:          * L3 Network Issues related to this address block,
remarks:          * AMS-IX is *not* responsible for IPs it delegates
remarks:          * to its customers. Please consult
remarks:          * https,//my.ams-ix.net/api/v1/members.ascii
remarks:          * To direct queries to the appropriate party.
remarks:          *
remarks:          * Report abuse to, abuse@ams-ix.net
remarks:          *
remarks:          * Before reporting UCE (spam), please read,
remarks:          *
remarks:          * https,//www.ams-ix.net/faqs # Abuse_Procedures
remarks:          *
remarks:          * If your "personal firewall" is complaining about
remarks:          * port-scans, please read,
remarks:          *
remarks:          * https,//www.ams-ix.net/faqs # Abuse_Procedures
remarks:          *
remarks:          * -------------------------------------------------
created:          2002-03-19T16,48,47Z
last-modified:    2016-11-24T10,31,08Z
source:           RIPE

route6:           2001,67c,1a8,,/48
descr:            AMS-IX4
origin:           AS1200
notify:           noc@ams-ix.net
mnt-by:           AMS-IX-MNT
created:          2010-03-15T13,42,20Z
last-modified:    2011-04-27T15,04,21Z
source:           RIPE

Details

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