- Network ASNs56738
- IX-F IDs1179
Implementation of MANRS Actions
- Action 1: Filtering of Route Announcements Any routes will be RPKI validated and checked against Internet Routing Registry (IRR) data. If the result is RPKI and IRR Valid, the route is accepted. If the result is RPKI and IRR invalid, the route is rejected. If the result is RPKI NotFound/Unknown, we check if the route is resolvable for its origin ASN and it might get accepted or rejected depending on the result of IRRDB.
- Action 2-1: Offer assistance to its members to maintain accurate routing information in an appropriate repository (IRR and/or RPKI) We provide full support and instructions in maintaining accurate routing information (IRR and RPKI) to our customers.
- Action 2-2: Offer assistance in implementing MANRS ISP Actions for the members We provide full support and instructions about implementing MANRS ISP Actions to our customers.
- Action 2-3: Indicate MANRS participation on the member list and the website
- Action 3: Protect the peering platform We use MAC Filtering on all our switches and we respect our peering policy.
- Action 4: Facilitate global operational communication and coordination between network operators We provide a list of members, publicly accessible to network operators.
- Action 5: Provide monitoring and debugging tools to the members We provide graphs, smokeping and a looking glass to our members.
Why Strasbourg Internet Exchange Supports MANRS
At SBG-IX, we believe in the value of MANRS actions. If we want to build the secure internet of tomorrow, we must start today. We encourage our members to adhere to these principles and provide them with assistance in doing so.Technical Manager at SBG-IX