NASA Network

Network Information

The following page provides details on network ranges, IPs, and points-of-presence (PoPs) on the NASA Network.

NASA - Logo

NASA is an independent agency of the U.S. federal government responsible for the civilian space program, as well as aeronautics and space research.

Category Government
Web Link Home Page
The NASA Network hosts third-party applications (see below). The IPs and domains associated with NASA can be found on the NASA Domains and IPs page.

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IPv4 Network Ranges

  • 128.102.0.0/16
  • 128.149.0.0/16
  • 128.154.0.0/17
  • 128.154.128.0/17
  • and 510 more

IPv6 Network Ranges

  • 2001:4d0:10a::/47
  • 2001:4d0:10c::/46
  • 2001:4d0:100::/45
  • 2001:4d0:109::/48
  • and 52 more
Network Ranges and Routes. The networks listed here are low-level detailed routes - either BGP or internal. See What Is BGP for technical details.

ASNs

AS127 Jet Propulsion Laboratory
AS21556 NASA Ames Research Center - E-root
AS31951 NASA Deep Space Network (DSN)
AS7847 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
and 7 more
What is an ASN? An Autonomous System Number (ASN) is a unique identifier assigned to a collection of IP networks managed by a company or organization.


Applications on the Network

Applications hosted on the NASA Network.

Category Name  

Government

NASA - Logo NASA App Info

Technology

Root Servers - Logo Root Servers App Info

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