Internet2 Community Exchange
4 March 2024 – 7 March 2024
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Category: Community Events, Industry Meetings
Event Website: https://internet2.edu/2024-internet2-community-exchange/
Presentation: Community Update on RPKI-ROA Adoption
Tuesday, 5 March, 11:20 AM-11:40 AM CT
Presented by: John Sweeting, ARIN Chief Customer Officer
Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) is a voluntary service offered by the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) to prevent inadvertent misconfigurations and intentional IP address hijacking. It introduces a cryptographic mechanism that allows an Internet number resource holder to assertively declare the origin of a prefix(es) disseminated to the Internet, a practice known as Route Origin Authorization (ROA).
The adoption of RPKI empowers operators with an additional dataset to make more informed routing decisions. This not only limits the consequences arising from human error or malevolent activities but also curbs the broader scope for attempted hijacks on the Internet at large. Additionally, discussions are taking place in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to develop enhancements to RPKI such as Autonomous System Provider Authorization (ASPA), that will continue to offer better protection from bad actors. Join us as ARIN’s Chief Customer Officer provides an update on RPKI-ROA adoption and the latest developments at ARIN aimed at enhancing the user experience for RPKI adopters.
ARIN Help Desk
Get Personalized Assistance from ARIN staff
Have questions about Internet number resources, ARIN membership and service agreements, or resource and routing security management tools? Our expert staff is ready to connect with you face-to-face and one-on-one at the ARIN Help Desk to provide answers. The Help Desk is your one-stop source for ARIN info and support, whether you’re:
- Pursuing network autonomy and deploying IPv6,
- Learning to use the Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) and Internet Routing Registry (IRR) to protect your routes,
- Updating Whois data,
- Looking into the IPv4 waiting list, reserved block to facilitate IPv6 deployment, or transfers, or
- Determining how your organization fits into ARIN’s fee schedule.
We’ll be happy to chat about all these things and more, including the latest updates from ARIN. Plus, we can aid with any current or planned resource requests.