Hurricane Electric has reached 0 RPKI INVALIDs in our routing table
timoid at timoid.org
Wed Jun 17 19:16:23 UTC 2020
> On 17/Jun/20 16:25, Jon Lewis wrote:
> > The flip side of this though is that every time an IP space owner
> > publishes an ROA for an aggregate IP block and overlooks the fact that
> > they have customers BGP originating a subnet of the aggregate with an
> > ASN not permitted by an ROA, HE has "less than a full table". :(
> This is a known business use-case and it's incumbent upon the address
> and AS holders to co-ordinate this.
> We dropped some prefixes due to this in October of last year. Once we
> raised the issue with the remote network, it was fixed in 30 minutes.
How did you know? Is there some monitoring system available to let you know or do you have your own?
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