I figured this would be of interest to the group. One of the USA's largest providers switched on an "invalid == reject" routing policy based on RPKI.
Through deployments like these the benefits of creating RPKI ROAs become more and more tangible.
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Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2019 09:53:45 -0500 From: Jay Borkenhagen email@example.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: AT&T/as7018 now drops invalid prefixes from peers
The AT&T/as7018 network is now dropping all RPKI-invalid route announcements that we receive from our peers.
We continue to accept invalid route announcements from our customers, at least for now. We are communicating with our customers whose invalid announcements we are propagating, informing them that these routes will be accepted by fewer and fewer networks over time.
Thanks to those of you who are publishing ROAs in the RPKI. We would also like to encourage other networks to join us in taking this step to improve the quality of routing information in the Internet.
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