General Info

ID

IAS-DIALPOOL

Description

Bulgarian Telecommunications Company Plc. Network

ASN

AS8866 Bulgarian Telecommunications Company Plc.

Country
Bulgaria
Registry

ripe

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Whois Details

inetnum:         212.39.74.0 - 212.39.74.255
netname:         IAS-DIALPOOL
descr:           Bulgarian Telecommunications Company Plc. Network
country:         BG
remarks:         -------------------------------------------
remarks:         For Hacking, Spamming or Security problems
remarks:         send mail to abuse@btc-net.bg
remarks:         -------------------------------------------
admin-c:         LG700-RIPE
tech-c:          LG700-RIPE
status:          ASSIGNED PA
notify:          registry@btc-net.bg
mnt-by:          BT95-ADM
created:         1970-01-01T00:00:00Z
last-modified:   2005-09-21T07:25:39Z
source:          RIPE

person:          Lyubomir Georgiev
address:         BTC Plc
address:         Bulgarian Telecommunications Company Plc
address:         Bulgaria
mnt-by:          BT95-ADM
phone:           +359 2 932 08 38
e-mail:          lyubomir.georgiev@vivacom.bg
nic-hdl:         LG700-RIPE
created:         2002-12-27T08:55:53Z
last-modified:   2015-07-02T14:54:31Z
source:          RIPE

route:           212.39.74.0/24
descr:           Bulgarian Telecommunications Company Plc.
origin:          AS8866
mnt-by:          BT95-ADM
created:         2004-05-19T17:23:24Z
last-modified:   2004-05-19T17:23:24Z
source:          RIPE

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