deploying RPKI based Origin Validation
job at ntt.net
Thu Jul 12 17:50:29 UTC 2018
I wanted to share with you that a ton of activity is taking place in the
Dutch networker community to deploy RPKI based BGP Origin Validation.
The mantra is "invalid == reject" on all EBGP sessions.
What's of note here is that we're now seeing the first commercial ISPs
doing Origin Validation. This is a significant step forward compared to
what we observed so far (it seemed OV was mostly limited to academic
institutions & toy networks). But six months ago Amsio (https://www.amsio.com/en/)
made the jump, and today Fusix deployed (https://fusix.nl/deploying-rpki/).
We've also seen an uptake of Origin Validation at Internet Exchange
route servers: AMS-IX and FranceIX have already deployed. I've read that
RPKI OV is under consideration at a number of other exchanges.
Other cool news is that Cloudflare launched a Certificate Transparency
initiative to help keep everyone honest. Announcement at:
Certificate Transparency is a fascinating tool, really a necessity to
build confidence in any PKI systems.
Anyone here working to deploy RPKI based Origin Validation in their
network and reject invalid announcements? Anything of note to share?
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