Public shaming list for ISPs announcing other ISPs IP space by mis take

Paul Ferguson fergdawg at netzero.net
Fri Aug 15 00:37:56 CDT 2008


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- -- Danny McPherson <danny at tcb.net> wrote:

>OK, so we were talking past one another.  I agree with everything
>you said above, and simply meant to highlight the fact that RPKI
>validation will change things (quite necessarily, IMO), and folks
>need to be paying attention to this.

Okay, I admit I haven't paid the closest attention to RPKI, but I
have to ask: Is this a two-way shared-key issue, or (worse) a case
where we need to rely on a central entity to be a key clearinghouse?

The reason why I mention this is obvious -- the entire PKI effort
has been stalled (w.r.t. authority) because of this particular
issue.

Any thoughts on that?

- - ferg

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