We hope you enjoyed your summer! Our caipirinha-infused break was sprinkled with train trips and community gardening. 🍸🚂👩🏼🌾 Now that we're all back, it's time for a new edition of our newsletter "Of Trees and Tries", covering exciting new projects, releases and standards work we've been cooking up in the sunshine.
Nobody likes pushing the "Go" button to deploy and just hope things will be okay. 🤞 In this newsletter we'll cover some of the recent additions to our software aimed at giving you more operational confidence... 💬 In this issue: * Zone Verification in NSD. Prevent zones with errors in the DNSSEC signed
When using RPKI in the ARIN region you have the choice between using the Hosted RPKI service in ARIN Online, or running Delegated RPKI. While using ARIN's web interface to manage Route Origin Authorizations (ROAs) works okay, running Delegated RPKI with free, open-source Krill has several advantages: * Krill will show
Welcome to our first newsletter, providing you with an update on what we've been doing over the last few months and what's coming up from your favourite open-source development crew below sea level. 👷♀️ In this edition: both our software development and Internet Governance activities get reinforced with new staff, the
RPKI Certification Authorities (CAs) publish their RPKI related content using a so-called Publication Server, which in turn makes the 'publication point' for this and all other CAs it serves available in an RPKI Repository. These repositories are served to Relying Party (RP) software for RPKI validation using rsync and the