General Info

ID

NL-BIT6-NBIP

Description

IPv6 customer allocation for NBIP

ASN

AS12859 BIT BV

Country
Netherlands
Registry

ripe

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Whois Details

inet6num:         2001,7b8,20e,,/48
netname:          NL-BIT6-NBIP
descr:            IPv6 customer allocation for NBIP
country:          NL
admin-c:          BIT-RIPE
tech-c:           BIT-RIPE
mnt-by:           BIT-MNT
status:           ALLOCATED-BY-LIR
created:          2013-11-20T16,24,17Z
last-modified:    2013-11-20T16,24,17Z
source:           RIPE

role:             BIT B.V. Technical Role Account
address:          BIT B.V.
address:          Galileilaan 19
address:          6716 BP EDE
address:          The Netherlands
phone:            +31 318 648688
fax-no:           +31 318 643334
e-mail:           noc@bit.nl
abuse-mailbox:    abuse@bit.nl
admin-c:          AB2298-RIPE
admin-c:          TEUN-RIPE
tech-c:           AB2298-RIPE
tech-c:           TEUN-RIPE
nic-hdl:          BIT-RIPE
remarks:          Please send abuse complaints ONLY to abuse@bit.nl
remarks:          Technical issues can be directed to noc@bit.nl
remarks:          Peering requests go to peering@bit.nl
remarks:          Peering details can be found at http,//noc.bit.nl
mnt-by:           BIT-MNT
created:          1970-01-01T00,00,00Z
last-modified:    2013-05-21T08,36,47Z
source:           RIPE

route6:           2001,7b8,,/29
descr:            NL-BIT-20020405
descr:            BIT bv, The Netherlands
origin:           AS12859
notify:           noc@bit.nl
mnt-by:           BIT-MNT
created:          2015-05-15T07,47,08Z
last-modified:    2015-05-15T07,47,08Z
source:           RIPE

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