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Domain Name: UCLA.EDU

Registrant:
UCLA
Office of the Secretary of the Regents
1111 Franklin Street, 12th Floor
Oakland, CA 94607
United States of America

Administrative Contact:
Gary Stevens
UCLA Marketing & Special Events
10920 Wilshire Boulevard, #1000
Los Angeles, CA 90024
United States of America
+1.3107949061
marketing@support.ucla.edu

Technical Contact:
UCLA Network Operations Center
UCLA IT Services
Bldg CSB1 2nd floor
741 Circle Dr South
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1363
United States of America
+1.3102065345
noc@ucla.edu

Name Servers:
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Domain record activated: 24-Apr-1985
Domain record last updated: 07-Aug-2018
Domain expires: 31-Jul-2018

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Desktop Speed Good
87/100

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Last tested: 2016-06-12


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