Presented at NANOG58 - No plans for further development at this time.
IPv6 Security Myths
Presented at NANOG58 - Watch the BCOP Track here
Author: Chris Grundemann
Wiki Formatted Page: IPv6 Security Myths
This BCOP aims to provide general IPv6 Peering and Transit guidelines that can be followed by any network operator when planning and implementing any IPv6 Peering/Transit relationship. The primary focus is on understanding BGP peering and filtering. We (the Global Network Engineering Community(GNEC)) have made many mistakes with IPv4 Peering and Transit configurations and operational practices. As operators begin turning up more and more IPv6 E-BGP sessions with peers and transit providers, there is an opportunity to do things right from the beginning. While the details of these peering and transit relationships can be varied and specific, the technical realities remain largely the same. These technical realities inform the best practices listed here.
Shepard: Chris Grundemann
Subject Matter Expert(s) (SME): Zaid Ali, Bill Blackford, Chris Grundemann, Aaron Hughes, Darius Jahandarie, Jonathan Lassoff, Joe Provo, Ren Provo, Brandon Ross, Michael K. Smith
Wiki Formatted Page: IPv6 Peering Transit BCOP v0-6
Public Peering Exchange Participant
This BCOP aims to update the current BCOP-Exchange Points v2 BCOP and be more focused on practices from the participants perspectives. The Exchange Point Operator's contents are to be moved into separate documents.
Shepard: Shawn Hsiao
Subject Matter Expert(s) (SME): TBD
Wiki Formatted Page: Public Peering Exchange Participant BCOP v0
This BCOP aims to provide a singular, consistent view of industry standard eBGP interconnection and stewardship methodologies
Shepard: Bill Armstrong
Subject Matter Expert(s) (SME): Scott Morris, Aaron Weintraub, Raghav Bhargava, Alex Saroyan, Courtney Smith, Mannan Venkatesan, Russell Harrison, Bill Armstrong
Wiki Formatted Page: EBGP Configuration BCOP v0.1