General Info

ID

QATAR-ARMED-FORCES-13923

Description

QATAR ARMED FORCES -subnet-13923

ASN

AS8781 Ooredoo Q.S.C.

Country
Qatar
Registry

ripe

Whois Details

inetnum:         78.100.32.192 - 78.100.32.223
netname:         QATAR-ARMED-FORCES-13923
descr:           QATAR ARMED FORCES -subnet-13923
country:         QA
admin-c:         Ha1020-RIPE
tech-c:          Ha1020-RIPE
notify:          registry@qatar.net.qa
status:          ASSIGNED PA
mnt-by:          QTEL-NOC
created:         2008-09-24T10:40:43Z
last-modified:   2008-09-24T10:40:43Z
source:          RIPE

person:          Hqsinglearm a
address:         Qatar - Doha - QATAR ARMED FORCES P.O.Box 5675
phone:           +974 - 4613312
fax-no:          +974 - 4400585
e-mail:          support@qatar.net.qa
notify:          registry@qatar.net.qa
mnt-by:          QTEL-NOC
nic-hdl:         Ha1020-RIPE
created:         2005-04-14T08:21:12Z
last-modified:   2005-04-14T08:21:12Z
source:          RIPE

route:           78.100.0.0/15
descr:           78.100 route object
origin:          AS8781
mnt-by:          QTEL-NOC
notify:          registry@qatar.net.qa
created:         2007-05-24T04:26:19Z
last-modified:   2007-05-24T04:26:19Z
source:          RIPE

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