2607:fb28::/32

AS9 Carnegie Mellon University

United States
Registry: arin
IP Addresses
ID: CMU-NET-V6

WHOIS Details

V6NetHandle:    NET6-2607-FB28-1
OrgID:          CARNEG
Parent:         NET6-2600-1
NetName:        CMU-NET-V6
NetRange:       2607:FB28:: - 2607:FB28:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF
NetType:        allocation
OriginAS:       9
RegDate:        2009-06-18
Updated:        2012-03-02
AbuseHandle:    CMA3-ARIN
NOCHandle:      CH4-ORG-ARIN
TechHandle:     CH4-ORG-ARIN
Source:         ARIN


OrgID:          CARNEG
OrgName:        Carnegie Mellon University
CanAllocate:    
Street:         Cyert Hall 215
Street:         5000 Forbes Avenue
City:           Pittsburgh
State/Prov:     PA
Country:        US
PostalCode:     15213
RegDate:        1970-01-01
Updated:        2018-06-27
OrgAbuseHandle: CMA3-ARIN
OrgAdminHandle: CH4-ORG-ARIN
OrgNOCHandle:   CH4-ORG-ARIN
OrgTechHandle:  CH4-ORG-ARIN
Source:         ARIN


POCHandle:      CMA3-ARIN
IsRole:         Y
LastName:       Carnegie Mellon Abuse
FirstName:      
Street:         Cyert Hall
Street:         5000 Forbes Avenue
City:           Pittsburgh
State/Prov:     PA
Country:        US
PostalCode:     15213
RegDate:        2002-09-04
Updated:        2019-11-26
OfficePhone:    +1-412-268-4357
Mailbox:        abuse@andrew.cmu.edu
Source:         ARIN


POCHandle:      CH4-ORG-ARIN
IsRole:         Y
LastName:       Carnegie Mellon Hostmaster
FirstName:      
Street:         Cyert Hall 215
Street:         5000 Forbes Avenue
City:           Pittsburgh
State/Prov:     PA
Country:        US
PostalCode:     15213
RegDate:        1999-05-06
Updated:        2019-10-25
OfficePhone:    +1-412-268-4357
Mailbox:        host-master@andrew.cmu.edu
Source:         ARIN

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