217.11.66.0/24 - ASPAN-KZ-NET

ID

ASPAN-KZ-NET

Description

for_clients_ASpan_Telecom

ASN

AS8720 Aspan telecom

Country
Kazakhstan
Registry

ripe

Whois Details

inetnum:          217.11.66.0 - 217.11.67.255
netname:          ASPAN-KZ-NET
descr:            for_clients_ASpan_Telecom
country:          KZ
geoloc:           43.238949 -76.889709
admin-c:          YAUS1-RIPE
tech-c:           YAUS1-RIPE
status:           ASSIGNED PA
mnt-by:           MNT-ASPANTELECOM
created:          2009-06-09T07,43,29Z
last-modified:    2017-07-28T08,23,46Z
source:           RIPE

person:           Yaroslav Ussevich
address:          Kazakhstan Almaty
address:          Solodovnikova str, 21E
mnt-by:           MNT-ASPANTELECOM
abuse-mailbox:    admin@aspan.kz
phone:            +7 727 3410141
fax-no:           +7 727 3410004
e-mail:           y.ussevich@aspan.kz
nic-hdl:          YAUS1-RIPE
created:          2009-05-05T16,37,16Z
last-modified:    2016-11-17T11,50,32Z
source:           RIPE

route:            217.11.64.0/22
descr:            Aspan telecom
origin:           AS8720
mnt-by:           MNT-ASPANTELECOM
created:          2013-07-03T09,27,40Z
last-modified:    2013-07-03T09,27,40Z
source:           RIPE

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