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BMW AG, Landshut production plant


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inetnum: -
status:           LEGACY
remarks:          For information on "status," attribute read https,//
remarks:          **** INFORMATION FROM ARIN OBJECT ****
remarks:          netname, LA-NET
descr:            BMW AG, Landshut production plant
descr:            BMW AG, FI-13
descr:            Postfach 400240
descr:            D-W-8000 Muenchen 40
remarks:          country, DE
admin-c:          KK699-RIPE
tech-c:           BK173-RIPE
remarks:          changed, 19920521
remarks:          changed, 19920521
remarks:          **** INFORMATION FROM RIPE OBJECT ****
netname:          LA-NET
descr:            BMW AG, Landshut production plant
country:          DE
mnt-by:           BMW-MNT
mnt-lower:        BMW-MNT
mnt-routes:       AS8590-MNT
mnt-routes:       BMW-MNT
created:          1970-01-01T00,00,00Z
last-modified:    2017-02-10T12,58,26Z
source:           RIPE

person:           Bernd-Rainer Kottke
address:          Bernd-Rainer Kottke
address:          BMW Group
address:          Internationales Netzwerk (FI-40)
address:          80788 Muenchen
phone:            +49 89 382 47065
fax-no:           +49 89 382 41749
nic-hdl:          BK173-RIPE
mnt-by:           BMW-MNT
created:          2001-11-22T16,53,57Z
last-modified:    2001-11-22T16,53,57Z
source:           RIPE

person:           Klaus Kastenmeier
address:          BMW AG
address:          Lauchstaedterstr. 5-9
address:          D-80788 Muenchen
address:          Germany
phone:            +49 89 382 34067
fax-no:           +49 89 382 41749
nic-hdl:          KK699-RIPE
mnt-by:           DTAG-NIC
created:          1970-01-01T00,00,00Z
last-modified:    2001-09-21T23,25,27Z
source:           RIPE

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