Participant Info

  • Areas ServedAO, AR, BR, CA, CL, CO, FR, MX, PE, PY, US
  • ASNs52580

Implementation of MANRS Actions

  • Action 1: Prevent propagation of incorrect routing information Our peering policy is documented here:
  • Action 2: Prevent traffic with spoofed source IP addresses Today we use two IRR databases to perform this task (RADB and TC), in addition to an internal tool to audit VM and VPS servers
  • Action 3: Facilitate global operational communication and coordination We keep our information always up to date on PeeringDB and the RADB and TC IRRs.Please see:
  • Action 4: Facilitate validation of routing information on a global scale We have a selective peering policy and the cases will be evaluated one by one
  • Action 5: Encourage MANRS adoption We will provide incentives for our partners and peers to know the program - Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) through the URL: of lectures, courses and training, and production of didactic materials, such as booklets, articles on websites and videos, internally aiming to disseminate good practices regarding the administration of networks and configurations, as well as in the management of security incidents.Interaction with Provider Associations and Cloud Partners and their affiliates to disseminate the safety culture, adopt best practices and mitigate existing problems by specifying, configuring and operating CPEs in their respective networks and implementing basic actions to improve Routing Security, recommended by MANRS.

Why Azion Technologies Supports MANRS