[RPKI-discuss] How to announce your ROAs to global internet
gaurav.kansal at nic.in
Mon Dec 17 20:55:46 SAST 2012
Thanks for the nice explanation.
I had generated ROA for my resource 22.214.171.124/24 about 8-10 hours back.
But till now, in RIPE NCC Validation Application, i am not getting my resource.
Initially, in RIPE RPKI Test Router (rpki-rtr.ripe.net), i was getting RPKI State Valid, but now it is showing RPKI State not found.
I don't know what happens and why it is showing RPKI State not found, although in the APNIC account, i am able to see my certificate.
On 12/18/12, "Carlos M. Martinez" <carlosm3011 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Gaurav,
> ROAs go into repositories. RPs (relying parties, that is people or
> organizations using RPKI) will fetch them from these public repositories.
> If you install a validating cache utility, for example RIPE NCC's
> Validation Application, it will fetch the ROAs from the repositories and
> you will be able to monitor whether your ROA is being published correctly.
> Warm regards,
> On 12/17/12 4:42 PM, Gaurav Kansal wrote:
> > Dear Team,
> > I just create a sign ROA for my resources using APNIC Sign ROA utility.
> > Now, do i have to announce that ROA separately or it will automatically
> > reach to the global internet through APNIC list?
> > --
> > Thanks n Regards,
> > GAURAV KANSAL
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