MICE has deployed an instance of IXP manager to act as a source for
automatically generating the route server configurations and peers as
well as an additional route server to test the configurations. This
will include an AS-SET record of all the networks connected to the
MICE route servers.
The new portal is available at https://ixpmgr.micemn.net/
The new bird2 route server (RS3) has been attached to the South Front
Networks remote switch in Albert Lea. There are a small number of test
networks attached and exchanging routes. The new route server is
strict filtering IRR and dropping invalid RPKI announcements.
RS3 is available for testing IRR and RPKI but is not considered
production at this time.
OAuth authentication has been enabled on the MICE IXP Manager to allow
users to log in with their PeeringDB login credentials.
Upon a successful login to the MICE IXP Manager, please email
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We ask that each network log in and update their information.
-IPv4/IPv6 AS-SET and routing registry source
-Anything else that is incorrect, much of the information was pulled
If your network doesn't have an updated PeeringDB record, please
create one at https://peeringdb.com
If your network would like to test their announcements on RS3, Please
email [log in to unmask] for session information.
Special thanks for MN VoIP for the server donation!
Jay Hanke, President
South Front Networks
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