[NLNOG] BGP Filter Guide
Maarten.Dammers at vancis.nl
Thu May 18 17:22:37 CEST 2017
Good initiative Job! I filed some issues and probably have a shot at them later. You're not by chance also considering making a similar kind of guide to packet filter out junk coming from peers? For example quite a bit of traffic originating from RFC1918 IP space on the Ams-ix. More about that on https://www.routingmanifesto.org/manrs/
Met vriendelijke groet / With kind regards,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: NLNOG [mailto:nlnog-bounces at nlnog.net] On Behalf Of Job Snijders
> Sent: woensdag 17 mei 2017 13:35
> To: nlnog at nlnog.net
> Subject: [NLNOG] BGP Filter Guide
> Dear NLNOGers,
> We recently kickstarted a small effort to create a repository of guidance on
> developing sane BGP filters.
> The goal is to provide a go-to place which will help you develop a
> comprehensive route filtering policy tailored to your specific context.
> The guide is not meant as "blindly copy+paste this", but it should provide you
> with sufficient guidance to help you create your own filters. Afterall, each
> network operates in autonomy and will have their own considerations.
> The filtering guide is in its early stages: there is work to be done to improve
> the readability and internal consistency, and additional topics and aspects
> need to be added.
> If you want to contribute, just submit a pull-request via
> https://github.com/nlnog/bgpfilterguide . The guides themselves are simple
> markdown files as is visible here
> In case you identify an area which is not yet covered by one of the guides
> please consider opening a 'github issue' at
> https://github.com/nlnog/bgpfilterguide/issues so someone else can
> consider writing the guide.
> The entire project is hosted on github and using github's jekyll service for
> publication. So if you clone the repository you have everything it is.
> Please consider contributing in the following areas:
> - add new guides or extend use cases
> - readability improvements
> - open issues on topics that need to be addressed
> I'd like to thank Erik Bais for proposing and contributing to this initiative.
> Kind regards,
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