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JPC Infonet Ltd


AS12775 JPC Infonet Ltd

United Kingdom


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Whois Details

inet6num:         2a01,5400,,/32
netname:          UK-JPCINET-20101228
country:          GB
org:              ORG-JIL1-RIPE
admin-c:          MM27253-RIPE
tech-c:           MM27253-RIPE
status:           ALLOCATED-BY-RIR
mnt-by:           RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
mnt-by:           JPCINET-MNT
mnt-routes:       JPCINET-MNT
created:          2010-12-28T12,54,59Z
last-modified:    2017-02-16T17,27,38Z
source:           RIPE

organisation:     ORG-JIL1-RIPE
org-name:         JPC Infonet Ltd
org-type:         LIR
address:          Bradford Road, Bryer Ash Business Park, Suite 2, First Floor
address:          BA14 8AW
address:          Trowbridge
address:          UNITED KINGDOM
phone:            +441225776555
fax-no:           +441225774299
admin-c:          MM27253-RIPE
mnt-ref:          JPCINET-MNT
mnt-ref:          RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
mnt-by:           RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
mnt-by:           JPCINET-MNT
abuse-c:          AMC212-RIPE
created:          2004-04-17T12,17,04Z
last-modified:    2017-02-16T17,27,48Z
source:           RIPE

person:           Matthew Moore
address:          Unit 2
address:          Bryer Ash Business Park
address:          Trowbridge
address:          Wiltshire
address:          BA14 8HE
address:          UK
phone:            +44 (0)1225 776555 ext. 213
fax-no:           +44 (0)1225 774299
nic-hdl:          MM27253-RIPE
mnt-by:           JPCINET-MNT
created:          2002-05-16T13,18,45Z
last-modified:    2015-12-07T13,56,31Z
source:           RIPE

route6:           2a01,5400,,/32
descr:            JPCINET Route v6
origin:           AS12775
mnt-by:           JPCINET-MNT
created:          2010-12-28T13,33,36Z
last-modified:    2010-12-28T13,33,36Z
source:           RIPE


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