With 2-byte ASN exhaustion rapidly approaching, Geoff Huston helped develop a policy and plan that successfully transitioned the Internet to 4-byte ASNs.
Guest Post: The need for quick remediation of failures and high reliability in BGP networks can be hard to reconcile.
The level of interest in the general topic of routing security peaked at the recent NANOG meeting, with several thought-provoking presentations on the topic.
APNIC welcomes your suggestions to help us consider the best approach to addressing ROA inconsistencies.
Here are a few moments I’ve captured from the first two days of the RIPE 77 meeting happening this week.
Guest Post: Research reveals the top ASNs, economies and regions for RPKI-unreachable networks in IPv4 and IPv6 address space.
Guest Post: Route Origin Validation is gaining popularity, however, the number of broken legacy ROAs causing INVALID prefix-origin pairs is becoming a concern.
Guest Post: Zesplot is a new tool that allows users to more easily visualize and monitor for errors in the IPv6 address space.
Guest Post: Upstream Visibility is a new tool to visualize inter-domain routing data of a specified prefix.
RPSL changes at the RIPE NCC on 4 September will affect APNIC region resource holders.