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62.94.218.80 - 62.94.218.87 is email masked ripe lookup requiring -B


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Tracking message source: 62.94.218.81:
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"whois 62.94.218.81[at]whois.ripe.net" (Getting contact from whois.ripe.net)
Lookup dsva1-ripe[at]whois.ripe.net
   Display data:
   "whois dsva1-ripe[at]whois.ripe.net" (Getting contact from whois.ripe.net)
   dsva1-ripe =
whois.ripe.net 62.94.218.81 (nothing found)
No reporting addresses found for 62.94.218.81, using devnull for tracking.

$ whois -h whois.ripe.net -B 62.94.218.81

% This is the RIPE Database query service.
% The objects are in RPSL format.
%
% The RIPE Database is subject to Terms and Conditions.
% See http://www.ripe.net/db/support/db-terms-conditions.pdf

% Information related to '62.94.218.80 - 62.94.218.87'

inetnum:		62.94.218.80 - 62.94.218.87
netname:		DBNETSRL-VIAASERRANTI
descr:		  DBNET SRL - VIA A. SERRANTI
country:		IT
admin-c:		DSVA1-RIPE
tech-c:		 DSVA1-RIPE
status:		 ASSIGNED PA
mnt-by:		 EUTELIA-MNT
changed:		ipadmin[at]eutelia.it 20090902
source:		 RIPE

person:		 DBNET SRL - VIA A SERRANTI
address:		VIA A. SERRANTI , 12
address:		I-00040 MONTECOMPATRI
phone:		  +39 0694788002
nic-hdl:		DSVA1-RIPE
changed:		ipadmin[at]eutelia.it 20090902
source:		 RIPE

% Information related to '62.94.0.0/16AS15589'

route:		62.94.0.0/16
descr:		EUTELIA
origin:	   AS15589
mnt-by:	   EDISONTEL-MNT
notify:	   ipadmin[at]eutelia.it
changed:	  ipadmin[at]ipng.it 20000810
changed:	  ipadmin[at]eutelia.it 20040423
source:	   RIPE

% Information related to '62.94.192.0/19AS15589'

route:		62.94.192.0/19
descr:		EUTELIA
origin:	   AS15589
remarks:	  Rome Core #2
notify:	   ipadmin[at]eutelia.it
mnt-by:	   EDISONTEL-MNT
changed:	  ipadmin[at]edisontel.it 20021211
changed:	  ipadmin[at]eutelia.it 20040423
source:	   RIPE

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If there was a working abuse address in all that, we would have something. As it is it's just a wasted post.

Second reason for wasted post is that the -B is not an option for use with whois with linux, freebsd, or solaris. There is no explanation on what the -B option is. What is Snowbat talking about?

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Second reason for wasted post is that the -B is not an option for use with whois with linux, freebsd, or solaris. There is no explanation on what the -B option is. What is Snowbat talking about?

Simply put, the "-B" option is not a command-switch/flag, which is why you don't see it listed as part of the man/documentation for the 'whois' command. It is a command-line variable that gets passed to the RIPE server in the whois query string, which has its code modified to handle that extra option/function.

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Simply put, the "-B" option is not a command-switch/flag, which is why you don't see it listed as part of the man/documentation for the 'whois' command. It is a command-line variable that gets passed to the RIPE server in the whois query string, which has its code modified to handle that extra option/function.

Thank you for the explanation as I was not able to find anything through google.

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