Peering with the Internet Alert Registry

From: Josh Karlin (no email)
Date: Mon Mar 10 2008 - 11:01:52 EDT

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    All,

    Some of you are aware of the site for network operators:
    http://iar.cs.unm.edu/ which has running for two years now. The purpose of
    the site is to detect and distribute network anomaly information to the
    network operators that need to know. The flip side of our proposed security
    system, Pretty Good BGP (PGBGP), lowers the local preference of anomalous
    routes on BGP routers for 24 hours, giving operators time to respond to
    anomalous routes before they can fully propagate.

    Now, PGBGP is in actual routing software (Quagga), which we soon hope to
    distribute. As an initial means of test, we will switch the IAR to it
    (instead of scraping RIPE/RouteViews with a script). This means that we will
    need peers to provide the IAR with BGP updates (we will not propagate any
    route updates to your routers). Currently we have three BGP streams, more
    would be appreciated.

    If you would like to contribute to our research project, please reply
    directly to me. More information about the project can be found here:
    http://cs.unm.edu/~karlinjf/pgbgp/ <http://cs.unm.edu/%7Ekarlinjf/pgbgp/>

    Thanks!

    Josh


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