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India's ISPs have agreed as a bloc to join The Internet Society's MANRS route integrity programme. MANRS stands for Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security, and was launched in 2014 to try and solve some of the Border Gateway Protocol's most pressing problems. In essence, the programme asks its members to play their part in …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Uphill battle

    So what's the downside for the network operators? Granted there will be some manpower and effort involved, but it seems like the payoff will be overall labor savings when less stuff breaks. Is it simple reluctance to change? Risk aversion to mucking about with something as critical as router infrastructure?

    Shirley some Commentards have insight from the trenches.

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