BGPMON Alert Questions

Tony Tauber ttauber at
Thu Apr 10 21:25:51 UTC 2014

On Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 9:26 AM, Mark Tinka <mark.tinka at> wrote:

> On Thursday, April 10, 2014 12:30:51 PM Randy Bush wrote:
> > as folk start to roll out rejection of invalids, we might
> > think about how we report problems with folk registering
> > inadequate roas, covering their customers, covering
> > their deaggs (maybe deaggs get what they deserve), etc.
> > if they are not clued enough to generate prudent roas,
> > they will not be clued enough to generate ghostbusters
> > (and neither ripe's nor apnic's software supports gbrs
> > today).
> <snip>

> It would be useful to use BGPmon's free RPKI validation
> feature, which e-mails you, incessantly, about validation
> failures due to un-ROA'd de-aggregates.

This seems like good idea and would also be good to know how else to know
"I've broken something.".

There's a BGP Visibility Project
which perhaps could be brought to bear.

Other thoughts out there?


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