I’ve been invited to give a short talk on MANRS at NANOG On The Road in Herndon, Virginia tomorrow (23 June). I’ll talk about the Routing Resilience Manifesto, the Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) document itself, and the four recommended actions outlined, as follows:
- Filtering – Prevent propagation of incorrect routing information.
- Anti-spoofing – Prevent traffic with spoofed source IP addresses.
- Coordination – Facilitate global operational communication and coordination between network operators.
- Global Validation – Facilitate validation of routing information on a global scale.
The NANOG On The Road Agenda is packed with sessions on security, so this is a wonderful opportunity to explain the Routing Resilience Initiative, MANRS, and how to sign up and get involved.
The event won’t be live streamed, but it will be recorded and the video and slides will be posted on the NANOG website. I’ll let you know when the links are up.
Will you be there? I’d love to chat with you!