The HTTP service supports GET requests on the following paths:
Returns exhaustive information in JSON format on all trust anchors, repositories, RRDP and rsync connections, as well as RTR and HTTP sessions. This data set provides the source for the Routinator user interface.
Returns a JSON object describing whether the route announcement given by its origin AS Number and address prefix is RPKI valid, invalid, or not found. A complete list of VRPs that caused the result is included. For details about its contents see validity checker.
Same as above but with a more form-friendly calling convention.
Returns a JSON object with the changes since the dataset version identified by the session and serial query parameters. If a delta cannot be produced from that version, the full data set is returned and the member reset in the object will be set to true. In either case, the members session and serial identify the version of the data set returned and their values should be passed as the query parameters in a future request.
The members announced and withdrawn contain arrays with route origins that have been announced and withdrawn, respectively, since the provided session and serial. If reset is true, the withdrawn member is not present.
Returns a JSON object with two members session and serial which contain the session ID and serial number of the current data set.
If the session and serial query parameters are provided, and the session ID and serial number of the current data set are identical to the provided values, the request will not return until a new data set is available. This can be used as a means to get notified when the data set has been updated.
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