General Info

ID

ACL-WASH-NET1

Description

Wash NOC First Network

ASN

AS5713 Telkom SA Ltd.

Country
Kenya
Registry

afrinic

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Whois Details

% This is the AfriNIC Whois server.

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% Information related to '77.220.0.0 - 77.220.15.255'

% No abuse contact registered for 77.220.0.0 - 77.220.15.255

inetnum:        77.220.0.0 - 77.220.15.255
netname:        ACL-WASH-NET1
descr:          Wash NOC First Network
country:        KE
admin-c:        NMC2005-AFRINIC
admin-c:        BM6108-AFRINIC
tech-c:         NMC2005-AFRINIC
tech-c:         BM6108-AFRINIC
status:         ASSIGNED PA
remarks:        data has been transferred from RIPE Database September 2009
mnt-by:         AFSAT-MNT
mnt-by:         ripe-erx2-mnt
mnt-lower:      AFSAT-MNT
source:         AFRINIC # Filtered
parent:         77.220.0.0 - 77.220.31.255

role:           Network Management Center
address:        Wilson Airport Langata Road
phone:          +25420608617
fax-no:         +25420608626
remarks:        trouble:       abuse@iwayafrica.com
admin-c:        JN669-AFRINIC
tech-c:         NMC2005-AFRINIC
nic-hdl:        NMC2005-AFRINIC
remarks:        Iway service
mnt-by:         AFSAT-MNT
source:         AFRINIC # Filtered
abuse-mailbox:  abuse@iwayafrica.com
remarks:        data has been transferred from RIPE Database September 2009
mnt-by:         ripe-erx2-mnt

person:         Bernard Mwenda
address:        AIS Hanger,Wilson Airport,Langata Rd,
address:        P.O. Box  27554-00506 Nairobi. KENYA
phone:          +25420608617
nic-hdl:        BM6108-AFRINIC
source:         AFRINIC # Filtered
remarks:        data has been transferred from RIPE Database September 2009
mnt-by:         ripe-erx2-mnt



Details

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