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Implementation of MANRS Actions
- Action 1: Prevent propagation of incorrect routing information All of our customer and peering BGP sessions are protected by manually configured prefix lists which are checked with RIPE IRR and RPKI information. We work actively with customers to identify and correct any issues.
- Action 3: Facilitate global operational communication and coordination We have published up to date information for contacts and roles against the relevant Route/Route6, Inet-Num and Aut-Num objects in the RIPE Database. Our Peering information is up-to-date in peering DB. Ou r contact details are also available on our website and we are in the process of updating our website to include specific peering and abuse contact information.
- Action 4: Facilitate validation of routing information on a global scale We publish routing information via the RIPE Database in AUT-NUM and Route Objects. RPKI ROAs have been created using RIPE's resource certification service for all prefixes associated with our ASNs. Our general peering policy is published in Peering DB.
Why Spectrum Internet Ltd Supports MANRS
Having been introduced to MANRS through attendance at LINX 102 we could see that this was a great way for us to be able to benchmark ourselves against recognised best-practice. In addition we benefit from being part of a community of like-minded organisations looking to make the global Internet more resilient and secure.Kevin Herbert, Operations Director