[Workshop] How to Ensure No Detours via RPKI-ROA and BGP Route Policy

In this half-day, face-to-face workshop, participants will learn techniques for ensuring their BGP configuration faithfully implements the intended routing policy, including how to:

  • Tag received routes, via BGP communities, and use those tags to enforce policy when routes are exported.
  • Implement Peerlock-lite to ensure routes that transit tier-one providers aren’t leaked.
  • Create RPKI Route Origin Authorizations (ROAs) to ensure that networks implementing RPKI Route Origin Validation, such as the Internet2 network, protect these routes from misconfiguration and hijacks.
  • Use the Internet2 Insight Console to determine which routes are received, accepted, or rejected.

This workshop is being hosted as part of the 2023 Internet2 Community Exchange, 8-11 May, in Atlanta, GA. Separate registration is required.

When: Monday, 8 May, 13:00-16:30 Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-5)

Where: Westin Peachtree Plaza, Atlanta, GA, USA

Register: https://internet2.edu/2023-internet2-community-exchange/registration/