General Info

ID

CH-POSTFINANCE

ASN

AS12511 Die Schweizerische Post AG

Country
Switzerland
Registry

ripe

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Whois Details

inet6num:         2a00,17c9,,/32
netname:          CH-POSTFINANCE
country:          CH
admin-c:          MH1723-RIPE
tech-c:           DE1397-RIPE
status:           ALLOCATED-BY-LIR
mnt-by:           POST-MNT
created:          2016-08-16T08,17,28Z
last-modified:    2016-08-16T08,17,28Z
source:           RIPE

person:           Daniel Eyholzer
address:          Post CH AG
address:          Informationstechnologie
address:          Netzwerkengineering
address:          Webergutstrasse 12
address:          3030 Bern (Zollikofen)
address:          Switzerland
phone:            +41 79 636 89 66
fax-no:           +41 58 667 30 01
e-mail:           nepostnetit2@post.ch
org:              ORG-DSP1-RIPE
notify:           daniel.eyholzer@post.ch
nic-hdl:          DE1397-RIPE
mnt-by:           POST-MNT
created:          2011-10-26T15,02,25Z
last-modified:    2013-08-28T07,52,34Z
source:           RIPE

person:           Martin Haussener
address:          Post CH AG
address:          Informationstechnologie
address:          Betrieb
address:          Webergutstrasse 12
address:          3030 Bern (Zollikofen)
address:          Switzerland
phone:            +41 58 338 66 56
fax-no:           +41 58 667 58 22
e-mail:           techsupit2@post.ch
org:              ORG-DSP1-RIPE
nic-hdl:          MH1723-RIPE
created:          2004-10-29T05,02,53Z
last-modified:    2013-08-28T07,12,05Z
source:           RIPE
mnt-by:           POST-MNT

route6:           2a00,17c9,,/32
descr:            CH-POSTFINANCE
origin:           AS12511
mnt-by:           POST-MNT
created:          2014-11-17T08,26,18Z
last-modified:    2014-11-17T08,26,18Z
source:           RIPE

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