As Internet backbone connectivity becomes more complex, it has increasingly become more difficult to keep track of peering policies between providers and customers.
The Internet Routing Registry (IRR) is an evolving network database of Internet registered routes and routing policies. By specifying routing details using Routing Policy Specification Language (RPSL), IRR providers can use the information to check consistency and build router configurations.
This tutorial covers the importance and benefits of the IRR to Internet operations and introduces participants to the tools used to interact with the IRR. The session will also explain what routing objects are, how they are created, and how to register and query them.
This tutorial is for people responsible for routing operations and management.
It is assumed participants have some familiarity with the APNIC Whois Database.
- What is the IRR?
- Why use the IRR?
- APNIC database and IRR
- Using the IRR and its benefits
- Routing Policy Specification Language (RPSL)
- Using RPSL in practice
Participants are advised to bring their own laptop computers with high-speed Wi-Fi (802.11a/g/n/ac) and administrative access to system. It is also recommended that laptops have Intel i5 or i7 processor, >=8GB of RAM and 30GB of free hard disk space.
Maximum number of attendees
50 participants per tutorial
Certificate of participation is provided upon successful completion of the course.