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By Tiziano Tofoni, CEO of Reiss Romoli, Flavio Luciani, CTO of Namex (Roma IXP) & MANRS ambassador, and Hiba Eltigani, MANRS fellow In our first post, we explained BGP hijacking and route leaks.
REANNZ, New Zealand’s National Research and Education Network (NREN), is proud to be the first network operator in New Zealand to join MANRS
By Michelle Opiyo, MANRS Fellow While technology improvements have led to enhanced performance and greater coverage, fixed Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISPs) face stiff competition in the market.
By Tiziano Tofoni, CEO of Reiss Romoli, Flavio Luciani, CTO of Namex (Roma IXP) & MANRS ambassador, and Hiba Eltigani, MANRS fellow BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) has been at the core of routing in the Internet for more than 25 years and, just like the […]
Because Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) play key roles in contributing to a more resilient and secure Internet, they should take steps to protect it. This post introduces ways to improve routing security on Route Servers, a key feature of IXPs.
The DNS is an important component of the Internet and over the last 20 years or so, a great deal of attention has been directed at improving its inherently insecure aspects.
Yesterday saw another significant routing incident in the global BGP routing system, once again highlighting why it’s important for network operators to be implementing good routing security practices.
Now in this series, we’ve discussed what routing is, how it works, what’s wrong with routing, and types of routing incidents. In this last part, let’s talk about how to fix some of the problems by working together to improve routing secu