Routinator 0.3.2 ‘Bitter and Twisted’ released

Published: Wed 27 March 2019

We are disheartened to announce yet another bugfix release of the Routinator, version 0.3.2 ‘Bitter and Twisted.‘

Routinator is an RPKI relying party software that collects and validates statements made in the Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) about allowed route origins and provides them to routers and curious researchers alike.

When we moved reading of the TALs to be done only at the start in the last release, we accidentally made all error messages related to them invisible. This resulted in Routinator quietly terminating if the TALs were broken.

Additionally, Github user matsm got stung by our RPSL output not being quite correct. Now IPv6 prefixes are properly provided via a route6: statement and all lines have Unix-style endings.

You can read about all the changes in this and previous releases in the complete Changelog. More information on the Routinator can be found on Github.

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