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Last Checked: 09/16/2019 receives about nine thousand unique visitors and twenty thousand pageviews per day. The estimated value of is three hundred thousand USD. Each unique visitor makes about 1.98 pageviews on average.

Over the time has been ranked as high as 10,284 in the world, while most of its traffic comes from Kazakhstan, where it reached as high as 158 position. is registered under .KZ top-level domain. Check other websites in .KZ zone.

At the time of the last check (July 05, 2019) has a valid and up-to-date SSL certificate that expires on December 11, 2019.

According to Google Safe Browsing, Google Safe Search, Symantec and Web of Trust is quite a safe domain.

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Issuer COMODO RSA Domain Validation Secure Server CA
Algorithm RSA-SHA256
Valid form 12/11/2018
Expiration 12/11/2019
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ASN Information

ASN ID: 9198
ASN Title: JSC Kazakhtelecom

Last Update: 05/30/2019

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as-block: AS9130 - AS9215
descr: RIPE NCC ASN block
remarks: These AS Numbers are assigned to network operators in the RIPE NCC service region.
created: 2010-05-11T11:44:51Z
last-modified: 2014-02-24T13:15:16Z
source: RIPE

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aut-num: AS9198
remarks: ------------------------------------------------------------
remarks: UPSTREAMS:
remarks: ------------------------------------------------------------
import: from AS12389 action pref=100; accept ANY
export: to AS12389 announce AS-KAZTELECOMPEERS
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remarks: ------------------------------------------------------------
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remarks: Moscow POP Google
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export: to AS15169 announce AS9198
remarks: Frankfurt POP Google
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export: to AS15169 announce AS9198
remarks: Ukraine POP Giganet Peering
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remarks: KvantTelecom Peering
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export: to AS43727 announce AS-KAZTELECOMPEERS
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remarks: ------------------------------------------------------------
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remarks: ------------------------------------------------------------
remarks: ------------------------------------------------------------
remarks: External communities may be set by external peers when
remarks: talking to AS9198.
remarks: Community Meaning
remarks: 9198:300x When advertising to any upstream
remarks: 9198:301x When advertising to ROSTELECOM
remarks: 9198:302x When advertising to SFO-IX
remarks: 9198:303x When advertising to Google (Peering)
remarks: 9198:304x When advertising to MSK-IX
remarks: 9198:305x When advertising to DATAIX
remarks: 9198:306x When advertising to MMTS
remarks: 9198:307x When advertising to TransTelecom
remarks: 9198:308x When advertising to Synterra
remarks: 9198:309x When advertising to China Unicom
remarks: 9198:310x When advertising to Giganet Peering
remarks: 9198:311x When advertising to KvantTelecom Peering
remarks: 9198:320x When advertising to UzbekTelecom
remarks: 9198:321x When advertising to Kirgiztelecom
remarks: 9198:322x When advertising to Babilon-T
remarks: 9198:323x When advertising to IPNET
remarks: 9198:324x When advertising to Turkmentelecom
remarks: 9198:325x When advertising to AGTS
remarks: 9198:329x When advertising to any international client
remarks: 9198:399x When advertising to any Kazakhstan client
remarks: ...x=0 - do not advertise
remarks: ...x=1,2 .. 6 - prepend 9198 1,2 .. 6 times
remarks: 9198:4090 Full BACKUP. Set local preference to 90,
remarks: the lowest value used in the network
remarks: 9198:4299 Accept from KAZ-IX with local preference 100 and not advertise to any upstream
remarks: Communities to filter some prefixes.
remarks: 9198:5010 Rostelecom peer
remarks: 9198:5020 SFO-IX
remarks: 9198:5030 GOOGLE
remarks: 9198:5040 MSK-IX
remarks: 9198:5050 Data-IX
remarks: 9198:5060 MMTS
remarks: 9198:5070 TransTelecom peer
remarks: 9198:5080 Synterra peer
remarks: 9198:5090 China Unicom peer
remarks: 9198:5100 Giganet Peering
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remarks: 9198:5210 Kirgiztelecom peer
remarks: 9198:5220 Babilon-T peer
remarks: 9198:5230 IPNET peer
remarks: 9198:5260 AGTS peer
remarks: 9198:5240 Turkmentelecom peer
remarks: 9198:5990 Peers originated in Kazakhstan
remarks: 9198:5801 Aktau
remarks: 9198:5802 Aktobe
remarks: 9198:5803 Almaty
remarks: 9198:5804 Astana
remarks: 9198:5805 Atyrau
remarks: 9198:5806 Karaganda
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remarks: 9198:5810 Pavlodar
remarks: 9198:5811 Petropavlovsk
remarks: 9198:5812 Semey
remarks: 9198:5813 Shimkent
remarks: 9198:5814 Taldikurgan
remarks: 9198:5815 Taraz
remarks: 9198:5816 Uralsk
remarks: 9198:5817 Ustkamenogorsk
admin-c: TK2885-RIPE
admin-c: NP1725-RIPE
admin-c: AS6026-RIPE
tech-c: KNIC1-RIPE
status: ASSIGNED
mnt-by: KNIC-MNT
created: 2002-09-20T05:59:05Z
last-modified: 2018-07-17T04:12:03Z
source: RIPE

organisation: ORG-KDNA1-RIPE
org-name: JSC Kazakhtelecom
org-type: LIR
address: Furmanov str., 240b
address: 050059
address: Almaty
phone: +7 727 258 4791
phone: +7 727 258 3542
fax-no: +7 727 258 3545
admin-c: VM3135-RIPE
admin-c: SR5628-RIPE
admin-c: MA17385-RIPE
admin-c: AN4118-RIPE
admin-c: VK4183-RIPE
admin-c: AK7028-RIPE
admin-c: KNIC1-RIPE
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abuse-c: KNIC1-RIPE
mnt-ref: RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
mnt-ref: KNIC-MNT
mnt-by: KNIC-MNT
created: 2004-04-17T11:36:38Z
last-modified: 2017-10-30T15:27:52Z
source: RIPE # Filtered

role: Kazakhtelecom Network Information Center
address: Kazakhtelecom Corporate sales administration
address: 129 Panfilov
address: Almaty 050000
address: Kazakhstan
mnt-by: KNIC-MNT
phone: +7 727 2588254
phone: +7 727 2587977
fax-no: +7 727 2585855
remarks: trouble:Questions and bug reports ... mailto:
tech-c: DZ810-RIPE
nic-hdl: KNIC1-RIPE
remarks: Please call us 09:00 - 12:00 UTC only
created: 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z
last-modified: 2016-02-04T09:00:31Z
source: RIPE # Filtered

person: Andrey Sverenkov
address: Kazakhtelecom Data Network Administration
address: 129 Panfilov st.
address: 480091, Almaty
address: Kazakhstan
mnt-by: KNIC-MNT
phone: +7 7272 442586
nic-hdl: AS6026-RIPE
created: 2008-01-28T03:14:50Z
last-modified: 2008-01-28T03:20:32Z
source: RIPE # Filtered

person: Natalya Petrova
address: Kazakhtelecom Network Administration
address: 050059, Almaty
address: Kazakhstan
address: 240B Furmanov st
mnt-by: KNIC-MNT
phone: +7 7272 583542
fax-no: +7 7272 583545
nic-hdl: NP1725-RIPE
created: 2007-11-07T09:42:41Z
last-modified: 2011-03-24T12:38:25Z
source: RIPE # Filtered

person: Tatyana Kalacheva
address: Kazakhtelecom Data Network Administration
address: 240B Furmanov st.
address: 050059, Almaty
address: Kazakhstan
mnt-by: KNIC-MNT
phone: +7 7272 583521
fax-no: +7 7272 583545
nic-hdl: TK2885-RIPE
created: 2007-11-15T04:07:38Z
last-modified: 2011-03-24T12:59:30Z
source: RIPE # Filtered

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Whois Server for the KZ top level domain name.
This server is maintained by KazNIC Organization, a ccTLD manager for Kazakhstan Republic.

Domain Name............:

Organization Using Domain Name
Name...................: AO «Казконтент»
Organization Name......: AO «Казконтент»
Street Address.........: Д. Кунаева, здание 10
City...................: Нур-Султан
State..................: -
Postal Code............: 010000
Country................: KZ

Administrative Contact/Agent
NIC Handle.............: HOSTERKZ-182736
Name...................: АО Казконтент
Phone Number...........: +77172798206
Fax Number.............: +77172798206
Email Address..........:

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Secondary server.......:
Secondary ip address...:, 2604:a880:0:1010::1a2f:c001

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Domain created: 2009-04-06 08:49:19 (GMT+0:00)
Last modified : 2019-04-11 06:30:03 (GMT+0:00)
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Current Registar: HOSTER.KZ

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