General Info

ID

SERVERFARM_GCN6

Description

Server Farm of Global Communication Net Plc

ASN

AS12615 Global Communication Net Plc

Country
Bulgaria
Registry

ripe

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Whois Details

inet6num:         2a02,2248,0,2,,/64
netname:          SERVERFARM_GCN6
descr:            Server Farm of Global Communication Net Plc
country:          BG
admin-c:          SB4278-RIPE
tech-c:           VI291-RIPE
status:           ASSIGNED
mnt-by:           GlobalComNet
mnt-lower:        GlobalComNet
mnt-routes:       GlobalComNet
created:          2011-02-04T15,08,58Z
last-modified:    2011-02-04T15,08,58Z
source:           RIPE

person:           Shterio Stefanov Badalov
address:          Global Communication Net EAD
address:          bul."Kiril and Metodii" 46
address:          1142 Sofia
address:          Bulgaria
phone:            +35924800855
fax-no:           +35924800851
e-mail:           sbadalov@gcn.bg
nic-hdl:          SB4278-RIPE
created:          2004-11-15T12,36,35Z
last-modified:    2011-01-14T13,29,26Z
source:           RIPE
mnt-by:           GlobalComNet
notify:           sbadalov@gcn.bg

person:           Viliyana Ivanova
address:          Global Communication Net EAD
address:          8 Primorski Polk 128
address:          Varna
address:          Bulgaria
phone:            +359 52 920021
e-mail:           vivanova@gcn.bg
nic-hdl:          VI291-RIPE
created:          2005-12-01T14,20,20Z
last-modified:    2012-07-07T20,14,54Z
source:           RIPE
mnt-by:           GlobalComNet
notify:           vivanova@gcn.bg

route6:           2a02,2248,0,2,,/64
descr:            Server Farm of Global Communication Net Plc
origin:           AS12615
mnt-lower:        GlobalComNet
mnt-routes:       GlobalComNet
mnt-by:           GlobalComNet
created:          2011-02-04T15,08,58Z
last-modified:    2011-02-04T15,08,58Z
source:           RIPE

Details

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