Re: [sidr] On 0/0 at the 5 TAs - Some comments on the motivations

Rob Austein <sra@hactrn.net> Thu, 08 September 2016 15:43 UTC

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Subject: Re: [sidr] On 0/0 at the 5 TAs - Some comments on the motivations
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Hi, Carlos.  Technical question:

Do the current RIR CA implementations support the client role of the
"up-down" provisioning protocol, and, if so, has there been any recent
interop testing of this, either against other RIR CA implementations
or against mine?

APNIC's original implementation did support it.  I think RIPE's
implementation sort of supported it at one point but they did not
consider it production-ready.  Dunno about the others, and all of this
was a while ago, haven't heard much about it recently.