deploying RPKI based Origin Validation
michel.py at tsisemi.com
Thu Jul 19 19:47:40 UTC 2018
> Mark Tinka wrote :
> but I want to be cautious about encouraging a parallel stream that slows down the deployment of RPKI.
I understand that; if there is an easier way to do RPKI, people are going to use it instead of the right way. However, I think that the blacklist targets a different kind of customer : the end user. We want the enterprise to certify their prefixes with RPKI and put pressure on their upstreams to deploy it, the more noise we make the better. What I want is my upstreams to give me a clean routing tables without invalids, but it does not happen so in the meantime I'm trying to do what I can with my limited resources.
> We generally use typical service provider routers to deliver services. So I'm not sure whether the 3900's you run support it or not.
The picture from the enterprise is quite different. There is a lot of stuff out there that does not get upgraded, that is not even under a maintenance contract to get the new software, or that is on EOL/EOS hardware.
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