General Info

ID

BELPAK_HQ_ENDUSERS

Description

BELTELECOM

ASN

AS6697 Republican Unitary Telecommunication Enterprise Beltelecom

Country
Belarus
Registry

ripe

Whois Details

inetnum:        178.124.146.0 - 178.124.146.255
netname:        BELPAK_HQ_ENDUSERS
descr:          BELTELECOM
descr:          MCK BRANCH
descr:          Republic of Belarus
country:        BY
admin-c:        OB1713-RIPE
tech-c:         BYMG
status:         LIR-PARTITIONED PA
mnt-by:         AS6697-MNT
mnt-lower:      BELPAK-MNT
mnt-routes:     AS6697-MNT
created:        2012-04-30T08:25:49Z
last-modified:  2018-07-12T09:41:31Z
source:         RIPE

person:         Maxim Hurbo
address:        The Republic of Belarus
address:        220000, Minsk
address:        55, Zaharova str.,
address:        BELTELECOM
phone:          +375 17 2171584
e-mail:         mg@belpak.by
nic-hdl:        BYMG
mnt-by:         AS6697-MNT
created:        2009-11-20T14:46:50Z
last-modified:  2018-07-11T07:42:10Z
source:         RIPE

person:         Oleg Bylina
address:        Belarus
address:        220088, Minsk
address:        55, Zaharova str.,
address:        MCK Beltelecom
phone:          +375 17 2171717
fax-no:         +375 17 2171717
e-mail:         oleg@belpak.by
nic-hdl:        OB1713-RIPE
mnt-by:         AS6697-MNT
created:        2009-06-30T10:02:04Z
last-modified:  2015-02-18T11:54:43Z
source:         RIPE

route:          178.124.146.0/24
origin:         AS6697
mnt-by:         AS6697-MNT
created:        2017-12-06T17:50:32Z
last-modified:  2017-12-06T17:50:32Z
source:         RIPE

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