Whois is old and clunky. In many ways, RDAP already fulfils many of its functions. So are we ready to replace it?
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.
RPSL changes at the RIPE NCC on 4 September will affect APNIC region resource holders.
Guest Post: In Part II of the post, Cengiz Alaettinoglu shares some insights into the low adoption of the IRR model in the hope it might increase adoption of the SIDR model.
Guest post: In this two-part post, PacketDesign’s Cengiz Alaettinoglou, gives a brief overview and comparison of the IRR and SIDR security models.
A report on the discussions at the RIPE 70 BoF session on Internet Routing Registries.
The Internet’s Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is one of the most critical components of today’s Internet. However, it does not just work all by itself, and within each network the configuration and operation of the routing system are of critical importance.