2a00:4900::/32 - KCOM-KCOM






AS12390 KCOM Group Public Limited Company

United Kingdom


Whois Details

inet6num:       2a00:4900::/32
netname:        KCOM-KCOM
country:        GB
descr:          Kcom
admin-c:        KR2955-RIPE
notify:         ripe@as12390.net
tech-c:         KR2955-RIPE
status:         ALLOCATED-BY-LIR
remarks:        INFRA-AW
mnt-by:         KINGSTON-MNT
created:        2018-08-02T08:24:08Z
last-modified:  2018-08-02T08:26:09Z
source:         RIPE

role:           KINGSTON ROLE
address:        Kingston Communications
address:        Telephone House
address:        Carr Lane
address:        Kingston-upon-Hull
address:        HU1 3RE
phone:          +44 800 138 4858
fax-no:         +44 113 384 2468
remarks:        **********************************************
remarks:        *** Do NOT send abuse reports to any other ***
remarks:        *** address EXCEPT abuse@kcom.com ***
remarks:        **********************************************
e-mail:         networks@karoo.kcom.com
remarks:        trouble: Send ABUSE REPORTS to abuse@kcom.com
tech-c:         HS3922-RIPE
tech-c:         JB13035-RIPE
tech-c:         AF924-RIPE
tech-c:         RS9554-RIPE
tech-c:         SG6837-RIPE
nic-hdl:        KR2955-RIPE
notify:         networks@karoo.kcom.com
mnt-by:         KINGSTON-MNT
created:        2002-09-16T14:24:50Z
last-modified:  2015-04-29T14:09:32Z
source:         RIPE
abuse-mailbox:  abuse@kcom.com

route6:         2a00:4900::/32
descr:          KCOM-6NET-001
origin:         AS12390
mnt-by:         KINGSTON-MNT
created:        2012-09-18T11:18:40Z
last-modified:  2012-09-21T09:38:32Z
source:         RIPE


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