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iway AG


AS8758 Iway AG



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Whois Details

inetnum: -
netname:          AS8758-DYNAMIC-DSL-DHCP-POOL
descr:            iway AG
descr:            Dynamic DSL Pool 1 (DHCP)
descr:            Zurich
country:          CH
admin-c:          IWY-RIPE
tech-c:           IWY-RIPE
status:           ASSIGNED PA
mnt-by:           AS8758-MNT
created:          2016-12-07T05,33,10Z
last-modified:    2016-12-07T05,33,10Z
source:           RIPE

role:             Interway Communication NOC role account
address:          iway AG
address:          Badenerstrasse 569
address:          CH-8048 Zuerich
address:          Switzerland
phone:            +41 43 500 1111
fax-no:           +41 44 271 3535
admin-c:          MC322-RIPE
admin-c:          MO1049-RIPE
tech-c:           MC322-RIPE
tech-c:           CR3041-RIPE
nic-hdl:          IWY-RIPE
remarks:          *****************************************
remarks:          spam, abuse complains,
remarks:          peering requests,
remarks:          all other network issues,
remarks:          *****************************************
mnt-by:           AS8758-MNT
created:          2007-08-20T14,50,02Z
last-modified:    2012-09-06T15,20,48Z
source:           RIPE

descr:            iway AG, Switzerland
origin:           AS8758
mnt-by:           AS8758-MNT
created:          2015-03-03T16,13,48Z
last-modified:    2015-03-03T16,13,48Z
source:           RIPE

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