[arin-ppml] RPKI for Reallocations

Delong.com owen at delong.com
Fri Jun 23 14:39:53 EDT 2023

End user customers that connect via BGP are just as much in need of this (if they consider RPKI important, note I do not) as any others BGP speaker.

If RPKI is to fulfill its purpose, then anyone who originates a prefix in BGP should be able to get a properly chained ROA for that prefix showing that they are the legitimate originator of it.


> On Jun 23, 2023, at 11:35, Richard Laager <rlaager at wiktel.com> wrote:
> On 2023-06-23 13:24, Fernando Frediani wrote:
>> I don't think this should be allowed to happen. ROAs are to be created by organizations who receive the allocation from the RIR as ultimatelly they remain responsible for that IP space. If they have allocated a block to a customer they should be the ones responsible for creating any ROAs they need for that IP space (in fact ideally they should create for the whole IP space anyway).
> Keep in mind that I'm talking about $BIGISP reallocating to $LITTLE_ISP (who has an ARIN OrgID an an AS that originates routes), possibly decades back when (I'm told) such a thing was REQUIRED if $LITTLE_ISP was too little.
> I am not talking about $ISP reallocating to an end user customer.
> -- 
> Richard
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