203.82.198.0/24

AS17469 Access Telecom (BD) Ltd.

203.82.198.0/24 - NET-203-82-198-0

ID

NET-203-82-198-0

Description

Fiber/DSL Static Assignment (V316) for Comilla

ASN

AS17469 Access Telecom (BD) Ltd.

Country

Bangladesh

Registry

apnic

Whois Details

inetnum:        203.82.198.0 - 203.82.198.255
netname:        NET-203-82-198-0
descr:          Fiber/DSL Static Assignment  (V316) for Comilla
country:        BD
admin-c:        AN173-AP
tech-c:         AN173-AP
status:         ASSIGNED NON-PORTABLE
mnt-by:         MAINT-BD-ACCESSTEL
last-modified:  2008-11-24T06:36:38Z
source:         APNIC


role:           ACCESSTEL NOC
address:        Suite 901 Concord Tower 113 Kazi Nazrul Islam Ave.
country:        BD
phone:          +88029335607
fax-no:         +88029335611
e-mail:         hostmaster@accesstel.net
remarks:        and abuse reports to abuse@accesstel.net
remarks:        Please include detailed information and times in UTC
admin-c:        ZO2-AP
tech-c:         ZO2-AP
tech-c:         MR646-AP
tech-c:         SA720-AP
nic-hdl:        AN173-AP
mnt-by:         MAINT-BD-ACCESSTEL
last-modified:  2014-10-19T11:16:40Z
source:         APNIC

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