Matthias Wählisch has been invited to present RTRlib and RPKI MRIO at the 67th NANOG meeting. These two open source projects, which has been co-founded by CST, help to monitor and deploy RPKI, the Resource Public Key Infrastructure. The RPKI is a key element to improve security in Internet backbone routing.
The RTRlib is a lightweight, open-source C library that implements the RPKI/RTR protocol. Basically, it fetches data from an RPKI cache server and allows for prefix origin validation as well as BGP path validation. The RTRlib is the backend for BGP daemons and monitoring tools.
RPKI MIRO is a monitoring application that consists of three parts: (i) standard functions to collect RPKI data from remote repositories, (ii) a browser to visualize RPKI objects, and (iii) statistical analysis of the collected objects. The main objective of RPKI MIRO is to give you extensive but painless insight into the published RPKI content.
The North American Network Operators Group (NANOG) is the professional association for Internet engineering and architecture.Their core focus is on the technologies and systems that make the Internet function: core routing and switching; Internet inter-domain routing; the domain name system; peering and interconnection; and Internet core security.
12.06.2016 - 15.06.2016