Re: [sidr] A quick note from RPKI in the wild

Arturo Servin <aservin@lacnic.net> Thu, 08 December 2011 22:59 UTC

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Subject: Re: [sidr] A quick note from RPKI in the wild
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	Well, I assumed that if a warning showed up it was because something was not correct somewhere and the error/warning messages gave you a hint of why.

	I imagine then that it just warns that the roa does not match the routing table and it is up to roa-creator to figure out what the error is (the roa or the route).

Regards,
as

On 8 Dec 2011, at 20:45, Randy Bush wrote:

>> How do you know what is the invalid data, the roa or the route?
>>>> My point was that it is not too easy to decide if the ISPs are 
>>>> compliant with the BCP.
>>> 
>>> actually, test versions of the GUIs are now telling you if a roa you are
>>> asking to create stomps on anything in the real routing table.
> 
> did i say "invalid data?"  please do not insert words into my keyboard.
> 
> randy