General Info

ID

KERCHNET-PLUS

Description

KerchNET-PLUS Network

ASN

AS39047 Multiservice Networks Ltd.

Country
Russia
Registry

ripe

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Whois Details

inetnum:          37.75.220.0 - 37.75.223.255
netname:          KERCHNET-PLUS
descr:            KerchNET-PLUS Network
descr:            Taman, Russia
country:          RU
admin-c:          SVD29-RIPE
tech-c:           VYP5-RIPE
status:           ASSIGNED PA
mnt-by:           MNT-MSNET
mnt-routes:       MNT-MSNET
mnt-domains:      MNT-MSNET
created:          2012-02-28T20,07,25Z
last-modified:    2017-01-10T06,56,58Z
source:           RIPE

person:           Serge V Dudin
address:          Dubinina, 20
address:          Kerch
address:          RUSSIAN FEDERATION
e-mail:           info@mcc.net.ru
phone:            +7 365 6161509
fax-no:           +7 365 6161420
nic-hdl:          SVD29-RIPE
created:          2005-11-28T12,44,23Z
last-modified:    2017-02-27T19,52,18Z
source:           RIPE
mnt-by:           MNT-MSNET

person:           Valery Y Pismennyi
address:          Dubinina, 20
address:          Kerch
address:          RUSSIAN FEDERATION
e-mail:           kodis@kerch.com.ru
phone:            +7 365 6161509
fax-no:           +7 365 6161421
nic-hdl:          VYP5-RIPE
created:          2005-11-28T12,44,23Z
last-modified:    2017-02-27T19,53,00Z
source:           RIPE
mnt-by:           MNT-MSNET

route:            37.75.220.0/22
descr:            KerchNET-PLUS Route
origin:           AS39047
mnt-by:           MNT-MSNET
created:          2012-02-28T20,09,11Z
last-modified:    2012-02-28T20,09,11Z
source:           RIPE

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