Each of Us Protecting All of Us
Protecting our research and education (R&E) networks from common routing threats is in every institution’s best interest – and it takes a community effort.
Internet2 promotes the adoption of Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) and additional best practices to strengthen the resilience and reliability of data movement across the R&E network ecosystem to support our shared missions. Together we can protect the security of our individual networks and contribute to a safer internet for all.
No detours, no delays, and no outages – that’s the goal of Internet2’s Routing Integrity initiative.
Protect Your Network
|What is Routing Integrity?|
|Did you know? ARIN’s fees to secure legacy network resources are rising. Taking action before 2024 may save the R&E community millions of dollars.|
Internet2 Route Reports and the Routing Integrity Assessment service provide unique insights to aid the community’s understanding.
We answer pressing questions and facilitate community discussions around creating RPKI Route Origin Authorizations and more.
We raise awareness of the benefits of routing security and work closely with stakeholders to remove barriers and simplify processes.
We participate in MANRS and adopt routing integrity best practices within the Internet2- operated infrastructure for the collective good.
Access Route Reports
Internet2 provides route reports to aid the community’s understanding of their progress in adopting MANRS and other best practices for routing integrity.
ARIN Training and Resources
Access the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) training and resource library to learn more about available security tools and services.
MANRS Educational Resources
Internet2 participates in Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS), a global initiative that provides crucial fixes to reduce the most common routing threats.
If you’d like to learn more about the Internet2 Routing Integrity Initiative or have follow-up questions or feedback, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.