APNIC - Query the APNIC Whois Database

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% Information related to 'MAINT-AUTOMAGIC-NZ'
mntner:         MAINT-AUTOMAGIC-NZ
descr:          Nothing to do with Car-Care Products
admin-c:        JA39
tech-c:         JA39
upd-to:         jabley@automagic.org
auth:           # Filtered
mnt-by:         MAINT-AUTOMAGIC-NZ
referral-by:    APNIC-HM
last-modified:  2008-09-04T07:27:55Z
source:         APNIC
person:         Joe Abley
address:        470 Moore Street
address:        London
address:        Ontario
address:        N6C 2C2
country:        CA
phone:          +1 519 670 9327
e-mail:         jabley@hopcount.ca
nic-hdl:        JA39
notify:         jabley@hopcount.ca
mnt-by:         MAINT-AUTOMAGIC-NZ
last-modified:  2008-09-04T07:29:11Z
source:         APNIC
% This query was served by the APNIC Whois Service version 1.88.15-46 (WHOIS-NODE3)
  • Bold: Object type.
  • Underlined: Primary key(s).
  • Hyperlinks: Searchable Attributes.
2 records found for 'MAINT-AUTOMAGIC-NZ'
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IP address lookups Miscellaneous queries
-l

1st level less specific

Returns smallest IP address range that includes the queried IP address or range

-i

Inverse attributes

Returns objects with an attribute that matches the query text and attribute type
-L

All less specific

Return all larger IP address ranges that include the queried IP address or range

-T

Object types

Results that match the query and are of a specified object type
-m

1st level more specific

Returns first level more specific address ranges within the boundaries of the queried IP address range
-M

All more specific

Returns all more specific address ranges within the boundaries of the queried IP address range

Query hints

  • Include "AS" in front of an AS number.
    Example: AS4808

  • Include "-t" (template only) or "-v" (template and description) in front of an object name to view the template
    Example: -t inetnum

-x

Exact match only

Returns address range that exactly matches the queried IP address range
-d

Associated reverse domain

Returns IP address range and associated reverse domain

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