Now let's look at route origin validation. For this a router must support rpki the router will check the validator using the RTR protocol RTR is the rpki to router protocol described in RFC 8210 validation returns three states valid means when authorization is found for prefix X coming from a sy invalid is when authorization is found for prefix X but not from sy are not the allowable subnet size not found is where no authorization data is fine for prefix X.
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