As for vendor support of route origin validation it is fairly extensive over the last five or six years since RPKI was being developed more and more vendors have added support in their implementation the slide shows the current implementation support if your vendors not listed there you might want to ask them what the roadmap is to be able to support right origin validation and more directly ask them what they're going to do to help improve the security of the global routing system there are also examples of our PKI validator caches the slide shows some of the common validator caches currently in use to build a validator cache the slide shows one example of using a neural net labs router NATO route Anita is relatively straightforward to install and the instructions are very clearly described in the URL short on the screen another example shown in the screen is the validator cache from dragon research again fairly straightforward instructions to follow the nice thing with this validator cache is that it has a web interface where you're able to check the status of ROAs.
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