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the prefixes that wont be able to reach Cloudflare by the end of the year (unless RPKI ROAs are fixed)

> nusenu wrote :
> apparently Cloudflare will be enforcing RPKI route origin validation "by the end of the year" [1].
> https://blog.cloudflare.com/rpki-details/
> If this is actually the case then some prefixes run at risk of loosing the ability to reach Cloudflare.

This is the way we are going to get people to clean up their invalid prefixes. When people start to actually discard or block them and something breaks.

I still think that ARIN should be contacting them, if they are willing to do it.

> Phil Lavin wrote :
> That said, having recently done this with ARIN... they've got a long way to go before it's a simple process (like RIPE). Submitting numerous tickets over a 3 day period doesn't strike me as particularly efficient.

I was wondering if this is the reason ARIN is so far behind RIPE in terms of RPKI adoption. I did not find it bad personally, but I could understand that it may discourage people with a large number of prefixes.
There must be something else than the process not being as simple as RIPE's, IMHO.


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