AS19200 Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

168.232.236.0/22

168.232.236.0/22 - LIT3

ID

LIT3

Description

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

ASN

AS19200 Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Country

Brazil

Registry

lacnic

Whois Details

inetnum:     168.232.236.0/22
aut-num:     AS19200
abuse-c:     UFRSE
owner:       Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
ownerid:     92.969.856/0001-98
responsible: Liane Tarouco
country:     BR
owner-c:     LIT
tech-c:      URTPR
inetrev:     168.232.236.0/22
nserver:     ns1.ufrgs.br
nsstat:      20170821 AA
nslastaa:    20170821
nserver:     ns2.ufrgs.br
nsstat:      20170821 AA
nslastaa:    20170821
created:     20160509
changed:     20160531

nic-hdl-br:  LIT
person:      Liane Tarouco
e-mail:      liane@penta.ufrgs.br
country:     BR
created:     19980205
changed:     20081120

nic-hdl-br:  UFRSE
person:      UFRGS Responsável de Segurança
e-mail:      abuse@ufrgs.br
country:     BR
created:     20150105
changed:     20150105

nic-hdl-br:  URTPR
person:      UFRGS Responsável Técnico pela Rede
e-mail:      r-rede@ufrgs.br
country:     BR
created:     20150105
changed:     20150105

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