General Info

ID

KPN-INS-TESTLAB

Description

KPN International Testlab

ASN

AS286 KPN B.V.

Country
Netherlands
Registry

ripe

Whois Details

inetnum:         62.41.0.0 - 62.41.1.255
netname:         KPN-INS-TESTLAB
descr:           KPN International Testlab
country:         NL
admin-c:         AO1625-RIPE
tech-c:          AO1625-RIPE
status:          ASSIGNED PA
mnt-by:          AS286-MNT
created:         2011-02-08T12:43:37Z
last-modified:   2011-02-08T12:43:37Z
source:          RIPE

person:          Arthur Oliemans
address:         KPN International
address:         P.O. Box 30000
address:         2500 GA Den Haag
address:         The Netherlands
phone:           +31 70 4463620
e-mail:          arthur.oliemans@kpn.com
mnt-by:          AS286-MNT
nic-hdl:         AO1625-RIPE
created:         2002-05-28T13:55:46Z
last-modified:   2007-03-09T11:09:44Z
source:          RIPE

route:           62.41.0.0/20
descr:           KPN B.V.
origin:          AS286
mnt-by:          AS286-MNT
mnt-routes:      MNT-YSC01 {62.41.2.0/24^+}
notify:          kpn-ip-office@kpn.com
notify:          netmaster@de.kpn-eurorings.net
created:         2012-07-11T13:12:51Z
last-modified:   2016-06-23T07:09:12Z
source:          RIPE

Hosted Domain Names

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IP Address Domain Domains on this IP
62.41.11.222 kpunkt-projects.net 1
62.41.11.230 raystage.com 1
62.41.11.220 sca-dev.net 1

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