126.96.36.199/24 - RLG2
inetnum: 190.181.0/18 status: allocated aut-num: N/A owner: AXS Bolivia S. A. ownerid: BO-ACBS1-LACNIC responsible: Richard Sandoval address: c. Julio Patiño esquina calle. Nro. 18, 1179, zonaCalacoto address: 1650 - La Paz - 0 country: BO phone: +591 2 2971111  owner-c: RLG2 tech-c: RLG2 abuse-c: ANM2 inetrev: 190.181.0/18 nserver: NS1.ACELERATE.COM nsstat: 20170307 NOT SYNC ZONE nslastaa: 20170206 nserver: NS2.ACELERATE.COM nsstat: 20170307 AA nslastaa: 20170307 created: 20080506 changed: 20140408 nic-hdl: ANM2 person: Antonio Mendez e-mail: antonio@ACELERATE.COM address: c. Julio Pati~o esquina c. Nro 18, 1179, zonaCalacoto address: 1650 - La Paz - country: BO phone: +591 2 2791179  created: 20030115 changed: 20100329 nic-hdl: RLG2 person: Roberto Loza Guachalla e-mail: rloza@ACELERATE.COM address: Calle Patiño esq 18 de Calacoto, 1179, address: 00000 - La Paz - LP country: BO phone: +591 2 2971111  created: 20090730 changed: 20140409
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