[routing-wg] looking for online RPKI dashboard / looking glass?
Matthias Waehlisch m.waehlisch at fu-berlin.de
Wed May 2 22:37:49 CEST 2018
On Wed, 2 May 2018, Job Snijders wrote: > > > > *scratch head* > > > > > > If your DDoS mitigator depends on BGP hijacking to deliver their > > > scrubbing services to you ... indeed you'll have challenges. I have > > > no good answer, this is an architectural flaw where one has to make > > > a trade-off between wanting to protect against hijacks and having > > > the ability to insert more-specifics for legitimate purposes. > > > > RPKI origin validation does not protect against path manipulation. > > > > Even if you announcing the /24, someone else could hijack with a faked > > origin A. It just gets more difficult because there are competing > > announcements. > > For path validation there are other tricks! > yeah ... my point was that the previous discussion was a bit misleading. If you want that ROAs comply only with the current BGP annoucements, you have to deal with a (ROA) delay when you change the origins. If you want that ROAs comply with potential BGP annoucements, you should create the /24. It's not such a head scratching decision. > It is a bit of a poor man's solution, but so much better than nothing. > It only protects a subset of all ASNs, but combined with RPKI Origin > Validation this would be extremely effective. > > https://www.nanog.org/sites/default/files/Snijders_Everyday_Practical_Bgp.pdf > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSLpWBrHy10 > Thanks for the pointers. Cheers matthias -- Matthias Waehlisch . Freie Universitaet Berlin, Computer Science .. http://www.cs.fu-berlin.de/~waehl