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IP address2001:db8:ACAD::
TypeIPv6
OrganizationAPNIC Research and Development
DescriptionIPv6 prefix for documentation purpose

IP whois

Inet6num2001:db8::/32
Network NameIPV6-DOC-AP
DescriptionIPv6 prefix for documentation purpose
CountryAustralia
OrganizationAPNIC Research and Development, 6 Cordelia St, Australia, +61-7-38583100, email
Admin Contact
Technical Contact
APNIC Hostmaster, 6 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane, QLD 4101, Australia, +61 7 3858 3100, email //Administrator for APNIC
RemarksThis address range is to be used for documentation
purpose only. For more information please see
http://www.apnic.net/info/faq/ipv6-documentation-prefix-faq.html
Last Modified6 Oct 2017, 12:52:11 (4 years and 11 months ago)
Parent Network
Network Range2001:DB8:: - 2001:DB8:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF
Network NameIANA-DOCUMENTATION
OrganizationInternet Assigned Numbers Authority
Address12025 Waterfront Drive, Suite 300, Los Angeles, California, 90292, United States
Registered26 Feb 2022 (7 months and 2 days ago)
Updated26 Feb 2022 (7 months and 2 days ago)
CommentDocumentation [RFC3849]
Abuse contact
Technical contact
ICANN, +1-310-301-5820, email
Parent Network
Network Range2001:C00:: - 2001:DFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF
Network NameAPNIC-AP-ALLOCATED-PORTABLES2
OrganizationAsia Pacific Network Information Centre
AddressPO Box 3646, South Brisbane, Queensland, 4101, Australia
Registered1 May 2002 (20 years and 4 months ago)
Updated14 Nov 2008 (13 years and 10 months ago)
Abuse contact
Technical contact
APNIC Whois Contact, +61 7 3858 3188, email

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2001:db8:acad::
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IP Address Lookup is a free online tool that reports detailed information about an IP address, including reverse DNS hostname, organization, ASN and IP whois.

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What is Reverse DNS?

Reverse DNS lookup or reverse DNS resolution (rDNS) is the querying technique of the Domain Name System (DNS) to determine the domain name associated with an IP address. The Reverse DNS Hostname is resolved by querying the DNS server for a pointer (PTR) record. Often used in anti-spam filters.

What is IP Geolocation?

IP-based geolocation is the process of identifying the geographical location of an internet-connected device by its IP address. For better accuracy, we use several IP geolocation databases (IP2Location LITE, DB-IP Lite and MaxMind GeoLite2) and choose the most appropriate result.

What is an IP whois?

WHOIS is a public directory where you can look up "who is" responsible for a domain or IP address. The IP address whois response shows which organization is holding which IP address blocks and their details.

What is an Autonomous System (AS)?

Autonomous System (AS) is a large network or multiple networks with a single routing policy. Basically, it is a collection of IP routing prefixes that allow Internet connected systems to communicate with each other.

What is an ASN?

In order for multiple autonomous systems to interact, each needs to have a unique identifier. An autonomous system number (ASN) is such a unique number used to identify a network on the Internet. AS numbers are assigned in blocks by Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). As of December 2020, the number of allocated ASNs exceeded 99,000.

What is a BGP prefix?

A BGP prefix is a network address written in CIDR notation (IP address followed by a slash and the bit-length of the subnet mask, for example: 142.250.1.0/24), which is advertised via Border Gateway protocol (BGP) and is associated with specific BGP attributes including origin, AS-Path and other information. The primary function of BGP protocol is to exchange routing and reachability information among autonomous systems (AS) on the Internet.

What is a NOC?

NOC stands for Network Operations Center and it is one or more locations from which technicians perform network monitoring or network management tasks.

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