General Info

ID

CIT-NET

Description

GBU Centre of Information Technologies of Amur Region

ASN

AS56581 GBU "Centre of Information Technologies of Amur Region"

Country
Russia
Registry

ripe

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Whois Details

inetnum:         192.162.120.0 - 192.162.123.255
netname:         CIT-NET
country:         RU
org:             ORG-GOAR1-RIPE
admin-c:         CN2059-RIPE
tech-c:          CN2059-RIPE
status:          ASSIGNED PI
mnt-by:          RIPE-NCC-END-MNT
mnt-by:          SL60582-MNT
mnt-routes:      SL60582-MNT
mnt-domains:     SL60582-MNT
notify:          noc@amur-cit.ru
created:         2011-03-30T10:05:29Z
last-modified:   2016-04-14T10:29:48Z
source:          RIPE
sponsoring-org:  ORG-LL38-RIPE

organisation:    ORG-GOAR1-RIPE
org-name:        GBU "Centre of Information Technologies of Amur Region"
org-type:        OTHER
address:         GBU "Centre of Information Technologies of Amur Region"
address:         135, Lenina st.
address:         675000 Blagoveschensk Russia
e-mail:          noc@amur-cit.ru
abuse-c:         AR19383-RIPE
mnt-ref:         SL60582-MNT
mnt-by:          SL60582-MNT
admin-c:         OYa5-RIPE
tech-c:          OYa5-RIPE
notify:          noc@amur-cit.ru
created:         2011-03-03T01:54:50Z
last-modified:   2014-03-28T04:39:59Z
source:          RIPE

role:            CIT-AMUR NOC
address:         GBU "Centre of Information Technologies of Amur Region"
address:         135, Lenina st., Blagoveschensk, Amur region, Russia, 675000
e-mail:          noc@amur-cit.ru
phone:           +7 4162 596292
phone:           +7 4162 596288
fax-no:          +7 4162 596285
admin-c:         OYa5-RIPE
tech-c:          OYa5-RIPE
nic-hdl:         CN2059-RIPE
mnt-by:          SL60582-MNT
created:         2011-03-03T01:28:06Z
last-modified:   2014-03-28T02:53:09Z
source:          RIPE

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