General Info

ID

DE-GTN-971217

Description

Interoute Germany GmbH

ASN

AS5669 Interoute USA Inc.

Country
Germany
Registry

arin

Whois Details

inetnum:          195.162.224.0 - 195.162.255.255
netname:          DE-GTN-971217
country:          DE
org:              ORG-VA4-RIPE
admin-c:          ISME-RIPE
tech-c:           VNWD1-RIPE
tech-c:           ISME-RIPE
status:           ALLOCATED PA
mnt-by:           RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
mnt-by:           VIADE-MNT
mnt-routes:       VIADE-MNT
notify:           ripe@interoute-deutschland.de
remarks:          German SME unit
created:          2002-01-29T09,02,18Z
last-modified:    2016-09-26T13,36,14Z
source:           RIPE


organisation:     ORG-VA4-RIPE
org-name:         Interoute Germany GmbH
org-type:         LIR
address:          Prinzenallee 9
address:          40549
address:          Duesseldorf
address:          GERMANY
phone:            +4921150736100
fax-no:           +4921150736200
e-mail:           joerg.traeger@interoute.com
admin-c:          ISME-RIPE
mnt-ref:          VIADE-MNT
mnt-ref:          RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
mnt-by:           RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
mnt-by:           VIADE-MNT
abuse-c:          ACID2-RIPE
remarks:          German SME department
notify:           ripe@interoute-deutschland.de
created:          2004-04-17T11,07,46Z
last-modified:    2016-09-26T13,36,35Z
source:           RIPE

role:             Interoute Germany GmbH SME NOC
address:          Prinzenallee 9
address:          40549 Duesseldorf
e-mail:           support@interoute-deutschland.de
e-mail:           technik@interoute-deutschland.de
nic-hdl:          ISME-RIPE
mnt-by:           VIADE-MNT
created:          2013-07-10T10,25,25Z
last-modified:    2013-07-26T11,18,15Z
source:           RIPE

role:             VIA DE NOC
address:          Interoute Germany GmbH
address:          SME unit
address:          Prinzenallee 9
address:          40549 Duesseldorf
address:          Germany
phone:            +49.21150736100
fax-no:           +49.21150736200
e-mail:           support@interoute-deutschland.de
admin-c:          ADAM1-RIPE
admin-c:          JK911-RIPE
admin-c:          ASL13-RIPE
admin-c:          JT5229-RIPE
admin-c:          ISME-RIPE
tech-c:           ADAM1-RIPE
tech-c:           JK911-RIPE
tech-c:           ASL13-RIPE
tech-c:           JT5229-RIPE
tech-c:           ISME-RIPE
remarks:          **********************************************
remarks:          ABUSE CONTACT, abuse@interoute-deutschland.de
remarks:          IN CASE OF HACK ATTACKS, ILLEGAL ACTIVITY,
remarks:          VIOLATION, SCANS, PROBES, SPAM, ETC.
remarks:          **********************************************
nic-hdl:          VNWD1-RIPE
notify:           support@interoute-deutschland.de
mnt-by:           VIADE-MNT
created:          2002-04-12T09,32,55Z
last-modified:    2013-07-26T10,45,49Z
source:           RIPE

route:            195.162.224.0/19
descr:            VIA NET.WORKS Deutschland (Ex INS pool)
origin:           AS5669
notify:           noc@vianetworks.de
mnt-by:           VIADE-MNT
created:          2002-06-13T15,47,01Z
last-modified:    2002-06-13T15,47,01Z
source:           RIPE

Details

IP address ranges, or netblocks, are groups of related IP addresses. They are usually represented as a base IP address, followed by a slash, and then a netmask which represents how many IP addresses are contained within the netblock. This format is known as CIDR. You'll also sometimes see netblocks given as a start ip address, and an end ip address, or an ip address range.

Traffic works its way around the internet based on the routing table, which contains a list of networks and their associated netblocks.