question about Mark Koster's ARIN presentation

Randy Bush randy at psg.com
Mon Jun 29 20:50:24 CDT 2009


>> We are using the same code that RIPE is using at http://certtest.ripe.net.
>> RIPE has been very kind to allow us to use their code.  As for ARIN,
>> this is a pilot and is certainly not a final fixed-feature set. The
>> first go of this is the "hosted" solution where an ISP can come into
>> ARIN's pilot and create ROAs based off of allocations that they
>> have received from ARIN. 
>> 
>> All the ROAs will be placed into a rsync repository that can be retrieved 
>> and validated. Specifically, here are the features that are a part of the 
>> system:
>> 
>> *  Enables ARIN resource holders to request certificates for their IPv4 and 
>>    IPv6 Provider Aggregatable (PA) resources
>> *  Enables ARIN resource holders to manage Route Origin Authorizations (ROAs) 
>>    for their PA address space
>> *  Provides a public repository of certificates and ROAs
>> *  Handles key rollovers and revocations
> 
> the simple version of the question: who holds my private key(s)?

i guess the answer is ARIN does.  not very private are they.

> the longer version: does this implement my having my own subsidiary CA
> with it communiciating with ARIN's and RIPE's ... using the protocols of
> the ietf sidr work?

i guess not.

so how do i, a transit provider arin member, get certs and roas for my
downstream multi-homed customers?

randy




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