158.101.192.0/19

AS31898 Oracle Corporation

158.101.192.0/19 - OC-195

OC-195

Oracle Public Cloud

AS31898 Oracle Corporation

United States

arin

Whois Details

NetHandle:      NET-158-101-0-0-2
OrgID:          OC-195
Parent:         NET-158-101-0-0-1
NetName:        OC-195
NetRange:       158.101.0.0 - 158.101.255.255
NetType:        reassignment
RegDate:        2017-12-01
Updated:        2017-12-01
Source:         ARIN


OrgID:          OC-195
OrgName:        Oracle Public Cloud
CanAllocate:    
Street:         1501 4th Ave
Street:         #1800
City:           Seattle
State/Prov:     WA
Country:        US
PostalCode:     98101
RegDate:        2016-04-06
Updated:        2017-11-28
OrgAbuseHandle: OBMO-ARIN
OrgAdminHandle: OBMO-ARIN
OrgTechHandle:  OBMO-ARIN
Source:         ARIN


POCHandle:      OBMO-ARIN
IsRole:         Y
LastName:       Oracle Bare Metal Operations
FirstName:      
Street:         1501 4th Ave
Street:         #1800
City:           Seattle
State/Prov:     WA
Country:        US
PostalCode:     98101
RegDate:        2016-09-07
Updated:        2020-02-07
OfficePhone:    +1-512-712-7403
Mailbox:        domain-contact_ww_grp@oracle.com
Source:         ARIN

Details

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