- BTK-CORE-2012






AS6697 Republican Unitary Telecommunication Enterprise Beltelecom



Whois Details

inetnum: -
netname:          BTK-CORE-2012
descr:            BELTELECOM
descr:            MCK BRANCH
country:          BY
admin-c:          OB1713-RIPE
tech-c:           MK11767-RIPE
tech-c:           BYMG
remarks:          INFRA-AW
status:           ASSIGNED PA
mnt-by:           AS6697-MNT
created:          2016-05-13T11,48,22Z
last-modified:    2016-05-13T11,48,22Z
source:           RIPE

person:           Maxim Gurbo
address:          The Republic of Belarus
address:          220088, Minsk
address:          6, Engelsa str.,
address:          RUE BELTELECOM
phone:            +375 17 2278452
fax-no:           +375 17 2171460
e-mail:           mg@belpak.by
abuse-mailbox:    abuse@belpak.by
nic-hdl:          BYMG
mnt-by:           AS6697-MNT
created:          2009-11-20T14,46,50Z
last-modified:    2010-03-18T09,22,13Z
source:           RIPE

person:           Maxim Karavaichyk
address:          The Republic of Belarus
address:          220088, Minsk
address:          55, Zaharova str.
address:          MCK Beltelecom
phone:            +375 17 3060052
fax-no:           +375 17 3060052
e-mail:           mk-ripe@belpak.by
nic-hdl:          MK11767-RIPE
mnt-by:           AS6697-MNT
created:          2012-01-25T16,34,30Z
last-modified:    2015-02-18T13,54,23Z
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

descr:            DELEGATED FROM BELPAK
origin:           AS6697
mnt-by:           AS6697-MNT
created:          2008-02-13T16,46,35Z
last-modified:    2008-02-13T16,46,35Z
source:           RIPE

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