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2017 Canadian ISP Summit

This past week I was in Toronto for the 2017 Canadian ISP Summit put on by CNOC. This was my first time traveling outside of Winnipeg to meet a group of my networking peers.

Studying Canadian BGP

Over the past four or so years I’ve been researching BGP routing in Canada. My first interest in studying Canadian BGP came as a result of studying historical BGP hijacks.

IXP Peering Lan Hijacks

Earlier this month the local Internet Exchange I’m involved with received some reports of spam coming from the MBIX Peering LAN IP space. Normally an Internet Exchange’s Peering LAN IP space is not announced to the world via BGP.

Working with ARINs Route Registry

This blog post provides a general overview of the Internet Routing Registry. If your network does not use IRR objects, you should have enough information to begin creating your own RPSL objects after after reading this post.