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AS16592 ICOMSA S.A. de C.V.

El Salvador


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Whois Details

inetnum:     190.5.128/19
status:      allocated
aut-num:     AS16592
abuse-c:     HOI5
owner:       ICOMSA S.A. de C.V.
ownerid:     SV-CESA-LACNIC
responsible: Jorge Enrique Valdes
address:     Calle Siemens Lote 3, --, Santa Elena
address:     00000 - Antiguo Cuscatlan - LL
country:     SV
phone:       +503  22785068 [111]
owner-c:     JEV
tech-c:      HOI5
abuse-c:     HOI5
inetrev:     190.5.128/19
nserver:     NS2.INTERCOM.COM.SV  
nsstat:      20170307 AA
nslastaa:    20170307
nserver:     NS1.INTERCOM.COM.SV  
nsstat:      20170307 AA
nslastaa:    20170307
created:     20060616
changed:     20121012

nic-hdl:     HOI5
person:      Hostmaster ICOMSA
e-mail:      hostmaster@INTERCOM.COM.SV
address:     Calle Siemens Lote #3, , 
address:     00000 - Antiguo Cuscatlan - LL
country:     SV
phone:       +503  22785068 [1201]
created:     20121012
changed:     20121012

nic-hdl:     JEV
person:      Jorge Enrique Valdes
e-mail:      jvaldes@INTERCOM.COM.SV
address:     Urb. Santa Elena, Calle Siemens, 3, 
address:     00000 - Antiguo Cuscatlan - LL
country:     SV
phone:       +503  22785068 [1704]
created:     20060522
changed:     20150106

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