General Info

ID

OTE-SA

Description

Multiprotocol Service Provider to other ISP's and End Users

ASN

AS6799 Ote SA (Hellenic Telecommunications Organisation)

Country
Greece
Registry

ripe

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Whois Details

inetnum:         2.84.0.0 - 2.84.255.255
netname:         OTE-SA
descr:           Multiprotocol Service Provider to other ISP's and End Users
country:         GR
admin-c:         OIA10-RIPE
tech-c:          OIA10-RIPE
status:          ASSIGNED PA
remarks:         +---------------------------------+
remarks:         General enquiries: noc@otenet.gr
remarks:         Abuse & Spam: abuse@otenet.gr
remarks:         DNS & RIPE: hostmaster@otenet.gr
remarks:         +---------------------------------+
mnt-by:          OTE-ADMIN-MNT
created:         2012-10-31T10:22:24Z
last-modified:   2012-10-31T10:22:24Z
source:          RIPE

role:            OTE IP ADM
address:         Ote SA (Hellenic Telecommunications Organisation)
address:         Kifissias 99
address:         GR-15124 Athens
address:         Greece
fax-no:          +30 210 6116215
admin-c:         AV323-RIPE
tech-c:          PP5896-RIPE
tech-c:          PZ3132-RIPE
e-mail:          hostmaster@otenet.gr
nic-hdl:         OIA10-RIPE
abuse-mailbox:   abuse@ote.gr
mnt-by:          OTE-ADMIN-MNT
created:         2009-11-09T10:43:59Z
last-modified:   2016-05-25T14:08:26Z
source:          RIPE

route:           2.84.0.0/16
descr:           OTEnet
origin:          AS6799
remarks:         OTEnet S.A. Multiprotocol Backbone & ISP
mnt-by:          OTENET-GR-MNT
mnt-by:          OTE-ADMIN-MNT
created:         2010-09-07T09:01:50Z
last-modified:   2010-12-17T07:10:59Z
source:          RIPE

Details

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