At RIPE83, Massimo Candela presented on how the Global IP Network division of NTT Ltd supports Internet data research.
In the ‘How Open Source Supports Your BGP Research’ presentation, Massimo reveals details of how the architecture of BGPalerter is designed and how this can be freely used to support generic BGP data research. During the presentation, a simple monitor of RPKI-invalid BGP announcements is implemented as a demonstration.
This video was produced and supplied by RIPE. RIPE Meetings are a five-day event where Internet Service Providers (ISPs), network operators and other interested parties gather to discuss issues of interest to the Internet community.