Net::Whois::ARIN::Organization - ARIN whois Organization record class


  use Net::Whois::ARIN::Organization;

  my $org = Net::Whois::ARIN::Organization->new(
               OrgName    => 'Electric Lightwave Inc',
               OrgID      => 'ELIX',
               Address    => '4400 NE 77th Ave',
               City       => 'Vancouver',
               StateProv  => 'WA',
               PostalCode => '98662',
               Country    => 'US',
               Comment    => '',
               RegDate    => '1995-07-25',
               Updated    => '2001-05-17',

  printf "%s is located in %s, %s\n",


The Net::Whois::ARIN::Organization module is simple class which is used to store the attributes of an Organization record in ARIN's Whois server. Each attribute of the Organization record has an accessor/mutator of the same name.


new - create a Net::Whois::ARIN::Organization object
contacts - get/set Net::Whois::ARIN::Contact

This method accepts a list of Net::Whois::ARIN::Contact and associates these objects with the Organization record. If no arguments are specified, the method returns a list of Net::Whois::ARIN::Contact objects.

dump - return the current whois record
  print $o->dump;


These methods are the accessors/mutators for the fields found in the Whois record.

OrgName - get/set the organization name
OrgID - get/set the organization id
Address - get/set the address
City - get/set the city
StateProv - get/set the state or province
PostalCode - get/set the postal code
Country - get/set the country
RegDate - get/set the registration date
Updated - get/set the last updated date
NetRange - get/set the network range
CIDR - get/set the CIDR netblock
NetName - get/set the network name
NetHandle - get/set the network handle
Parent - get/set the parent network handle
NetType - get/set the network type
Comment - get/set the public comment


Todd Caine <todd.caine at>


Copyright (c) 2004-2011 Todd Caine. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.