18.104.22.168/20 - FRL5
inetnum: 187.184/16 status: reassigned owner: Cablemas Telecomunicaciones SA de CV ownerid: MX-CTSC6-LACNIC responsible: Isaac Torres Galvan address: Av. Vasco de Quiroga, 2000, Santa Fe address: 01210 - Alvaro Obregon - CX country: MX phone: +52 777 2410061  owner-c: FRL5 tech-c: FRL5 abuse-c: CTA6 inetrev: 187.184/16 nserver: CVA1.CABLEONLINE.COM.MX nsstat: 20170307 ERR nslastaa: 20170226 nserver: CVA2.CABLEONLINE.COM.MX nsstat: 20170307 AA nslastaa: 20170307 created: 20120402 changed: 20120402 inetnum-up: 187.184/15 nic-hdl: CTA6 person: CABLEMAS TELECOMUNICACIONES - ABUSE e-mail: abuse@CABLEONLINE.COM.MX address: AVENIDA PAR VIAL, 80, ATLACOMULCO address: 62560 - JIUTEPEC - MO country: MX phone: +52 7773292473  created: 20120402 changed: 20120402 nic-hdl: FRL5 person: IP Master e-mail: ipmasterCM@IZZI.MX address: Av. Par vial, 80, Atlacomulco address: 62560 - Cuernavaca - 25 country: MX phone: +52 5550225413  created: 20080804 changed: 20170111
IP address subranges within this IP range
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