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Dropping RPKI invalid prefixes

8 months ago

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Telia Carrier/AS1299 is now as the first tier-1 dropping RPKI invalid prefixes from both customers & peers. We’re hoping for more networks and operators to join us for a more resilient and stable Internet.

Our customers can continue to use RTBH functionality (if enabled for their service) for validated prefixed just as before. We have no plan to drop prefixes without ROAs/unknowns.

You can learn more about our efforts in improving Internet routing security on the BGP & Routing section on our website.

If you want to register ROAs for your own IP space there are different processes and support depending on which Regional Internet Registry assigned your address space. The following links should help:

2 One Comments

  1. April Fools' BGP Hijack | Incident Review: Russian Telco BGP Hijack 6 months ago

    […] policy can be applied to any of their BGP neighbors – for example, the case of Telia (AS1299) and NTT (AS2914) – or only on peers, like in the case of AT&T (AS7018), PCCW (AS3491) and […]

  2. FACING THE EVOLUTION OF INTERNET ARCHITECTURE – The Telia Carrier Blog 2 months ago

    […] In our Internet ecosystem, this is called RPKI (Resource Public Key Infrastructure) and Telia Carrier is the first Tier1 service provider to have implemented it on a global scale, for both peers and customers, in February […]

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