VRP Output Formats

Routinator can perform RPKI validation as a one-time operation or run as a daemon. In both operating modes validated ROA payloads (VRPs) can be generated in a wide range of output formats for various use cases.

Tip

In many of the output formats, the name of the trust anchor from where the VRP originated is provided. This name is derived from the file name of the TAL, without the .tal extension. If you would like a different name, the tal-label option in the configuration file lets you create a mapping between the file name and your desired label.

csv

The list is formatted as lines of comma-separated values of the following items:

  • The prefix in slash notation,

  • the maximum prefix length,

  • the Autonomous System Number, and

  • the name of the trust anchor the entry is derived from.

ASN,IP Prefix,Max Length,Trust Anchor
AS196615,2001:7fb:fd03::/48,48,ripe
AS196615,2001:7fb:fd04::/48,48,ripe
AS196615,93.175.147.0/24,24,ripe
csvcompat

This is the same as the csv format except that all fields are embedded in double quotes and the Autonomous System Number is given without the prefix AS. This format is pretty much identical to the CSV format produced by the RIPE NCC RPKI Validator.

"ASN","IP Prefix","Max Length","Trust Anchor"
"196615","2001:7fb:fd03::/48","48","ripe"
"196615","2001:7fb:fd04::/48","48","ripe"
"196615","93.175.147.0/24","24","ripe"
csvext

This is an extended version of the csv format, which was used by the RIPE NCC RPKI Validator 1.x. Each line contains these comma-separated values:

  • The rsync URI of the ROA the line is taken from (or “N/A” if it isn’t from a ROA),

  • the Autonomous System Number,

  • the prefix in slash notation,

  • the maximum prefix length, and

  • the not-before and not-after date of the validity of the ROA.

Note

This format is available for backwards compatibility reasons only. One particular limitation is that it does not consider duplicate ROAs. Please use jsonext as a comprehensive output format.

URI,ASN,IP Prefix,Max Length,Not Before,Not After
rsync://rpki.ripe.net/repository/DEFAULT/73/fe2d72-c2dd-46c1-9429-e66369649411/1/49sMtcwyAuAW2lVDSQBGhOHd9og.roa,AS196615,2001:7fb:fd03::/48,48,2021-05-03 14:51:30,2022-07-01 00:00:00
rsync://rpki.ripe.net/repository/DEFAULT/73/fe2d72-c2dd-46c1-9429-e66369649411/1/49sMtcwyAuAW2lVDSQBGhOHd9og.roa,AS196615,2001:7fb:fd04::/48,48,2021-05-03 14:51:30,2022-07-01 00:00:00
rsync://rpki.ripe.net/repository/DEFAULT/73/fe2d72-c2dd-46c1-9429-e66369649411/1/49sMtcwyAuAW2lVDSQBGhOHd9og.roa,AS196615,93.175.147.0/24,24,2021-05-03 14:51:30,2022-07-01 00:00:00
json

The list is placed into a JSON object with up to four members:

  • roas contains the validated route origin authorisations,

  • routerKeys contains the validated BGPsec router keys,

  • aspas contains the validated ASPA payload, and

  • metadata contains some information about the validation run itself.

Of the first three, only those members are present that have not been disabled or excluded.

The roas member contains an array of objects with four elements each:

  • asn lists the Autonomous System Number of the network authorised to originate a prefix,

  • prefix has the prefix in slash notation,

  • maxLength states the maximum prefix length of the announced route, and

  • ta has the trust anchor from which the authorisation was derived.

The routerKeys member contains an array of objects with four elements each:

  • asn contains the autonomous system using the router key,

  • SKI lists the key identifier as a string of hexadecimal digits,

  • routerPublicKey contains the actual public key as a Base 64 encoded string, and

  • ta has the trust anchor from which the authorisation was derived.

The aspa member contains an array of objects with four members each:

  • customer contains the customer ASN,

  • afi lists the address family as either “ipv4” or “ipv6”,

  • providers contains the provider ASN set as an array, and

  • ta has the trust anchor from which the authorisation was derived.

The output object also includes a member named metadata which provides additional information. Currently, this is a member generated which provides the time the list was generated as a Unix timestamp, and a member generatedTime which provides the same time but in the standard ISO date format.

{
  "metadata": {
    "generated": 1685455841,
    "generatedTime": "2023-05-30T14:10:41Z"
  },
  "roas": [{
    "asn": "AS196615",
    "prefix": "93.175.147.0/24",
    "maxLength": 24,
    "ta": "ripe"
    }
  ],
  "routerKeys": [{
    "asn": "AS211321",
    "SKI": "17316903F0671229E8808BA8E8AB0105FA915A07",
    "routerPublicKey": "MFkwEwYHKoZIzj0CAQYIKoZIzj0DAQcDQgAET10FMBxP6P3r6aG_ICpfsktp7X6ylJIY8Kye6zkQhNOt0y-cRzYngH8MGzY3cXNvZ64z4CpZ22gf4teybGq8ow",
    "ta": "ripe"
  }],
  "aspas": [{
    "customer": "AS64496",
    "afi": "ipv6",
    "providers": ["AS64499", "AS64511", "AS65551"],
    "ta": "ripe"
  }]
}

Changed in version 0.10.0: Add the metadata member

Changed in version 0.13.0: Add the routerKeys and aspas members

jsonext

The list is placed into a JSON object with up to four members:

  • roas contains the validated route origin authorisations,

  • routerKeys contains the validated BGPsec router keys,

  • aspas contains the validated ASPA objects, and

  • metadata contains some information about the validation run itself.

Of the first three, only those members are present that have not been disabled or excluded.

The roas member contains an array of objects with four elements each:

  • asn lists the Autonomous System Number of the network authorised to originate a prefix,

  • prefix has the prefix in slash notation,

  • maxLength states the maximum prefix length of the announced route, and

  • source contains information about the source of the authorisation.

The routerKeys member contains an array of objects with four elements each:

  • asn lists the autonomous system using the router key,

  • SKI has the key identifier as a string of hexadecimal digits,

  • routerPublicKey has the actual public key as a Base 64 encoded string, and

  • source contains extended information about the source of the key.

The aspas member contains an array of objects with four elements each:

  • customer contains the customer ASN,

  • afi specifies the address family as either “ipv4” or “ipv6”,

  • providers contains the provider ASN set as an array, and

  • source contains information about the source of the authorisation.

This source information the same for route origins, router keys and aspas. It consists of an array. Each item in that array is an object providing details of a source. The object will have a type of roa if it was derived from a valid ROA object, cer if it was derived from a published router certificate, aspa if it was derived from an ASPA object, or exception if it was an assertion in a local exception file.

For RPKI objects, tal provides the name of the trust anchor locator the object was published under, uri provides the rsync URI of the ROA or router certificate, validity provides the validity of the ROA itself, and chainValidity the validity considering the validity of the certificates along the validation chain.

For assertions from local exceptions, path will provide the path of the local exceptions file and, optionally, comment will provide the comment if given for the assertion.

The output object also includes a member named metadata which provides additional information. Currently, this is a member generated which provides the time the list was generated as a Unix timestamp, and a member generatedTime which provides the same time but in the standard ISO date format.

Please note that because of this additional information, output in jsonext format will be quite large.

{
  "metadata": {
    "generated": 1658818561,
    "generatedTime": "2022-07-26T06:56:01Z"
  },
  "roas": [{
      "asn": "AS211321",
      "prefix": "185.49.142.0/24",
      "maxLength": 24,
      "source": [{
        "type": "roa",
        "tal": "ripe",
        "uri": "rsync://testbed.krill.cloud/repo/local-testbed-child/0/3138352e34392e3134322e302f32342d3234203d3e20323131333231.roa",
        "validity": {
          "notBefore": "2022-07-25T20:47:37Z",
          "notAfter": "2023-07-24T20:52:37Z"
        },
        "chainValidity": {
          "notBefore": "2022-07-25T20:47:37Z",
          "notAfter": "2023-02-24T12:31:01Z"
        }
      }]
    }
  ],
  "routerKeys": [{
    "asn": "AS211321",
    "SKI": "17316903F0671229E8808BA8E8AB0105FA915A07",
    "routerPublicKey": "MFkwEwYHKoZIzj0CAQYIKoZIzj0DAQcDQgAET10FMBxP6P3r6aG_ICpfsktp7X6ylJIY8Kye6zkQhNOt0y-cRzYngH8MGzY3cXNvZ64z4CpZ22gf4teybGq8ow",
    "source": [{
      "type": "cer",
        "tal": "ripe",
      "uri": "rsync://testbed.krill.cloud/repo/local-testbed-child/0/ROUTER-00033979-17316903F0671229E8808BA8E8AB0105FA915A07.cer",
      "validity": {
        "notBefore": "2022-07-25T20:47:37Z",
        "notAfter": "2023-07-24T20:52:37Z"
      },
      "chainValidity": {
        "notBefore": "2022-07-25T20:47:37Z",
        "notAfter": "2023-02-24T12:31:01Z"
      }
    }]
  }],
  "aspas": [{
    "customer": "AS64496",
    "afi": "ipv6",
    "providers": ["AS64499", "AS64511", "AS65551"],
    "source": [{
        "type": "aspa",
        "uri": "rsync://acmecorp.example.net/0/AS64496.asa",
        "tal": "ripe",
        "validity": {
            "notBefore": "2023-04-13T07:21:24Z",
            "notAfter": "2024-04-11T07:26:24Z"
        },
        "chainValidity": {
            "notBefore": "2023-04-18T14:32:13Z",
            "notAfter": "2024-04-11T07:26:24Z"
          }
      }]
  }]
}

New in version 0.9.0.

Changed in version 0.10.0: Add metadata

Changed in version 0.11.0: Add BGPsec information

Changed in version 0.13.0: Add ASPA information

Changed in version 0.13.0: Only include members that have not been disabled or excluded

slurm

The list is formatted as locally added assertions of a local exceptions file defined by RFC 8416 (also known as SLURM). The produced file will have empty validation output filters.

{
  "slurmVersion": 1,
  "validationOutputFilters": {
    "prefixFilters": [ ],
    "bgpsecFilters": [ ]
  },
  "locallyAddedAssertions": {
    "prefixAssertions": [
      {
        "asn": 196615,
        "prefix": "93.175.147.0/24",
        "maxPrefixLength": 24,
        "comment": "ripe"
      },
      {
        "asn": 196615,
        "prefix": "2001:7fb:fd03::/48",
        "maxPrefixLength": 48,
        "comment": "ripe"
      },
      {
        "asn": 196615,
        "prefix": "2001:7fb:fd04::/48",
        "maxPrefixLength": 48,
        "comment": "ripe"
      }
    ],
    "bgpsecAssertions": [

    ]
  }
}

New in version 0.11.0.

openbgpd

Choosing this format causes Routinator to produce a roa-set configuration item for the OpenBGPD configuration.

roa-set {
    2001:7fb:fd03::/48 source-as 196615
    2001:7fb:fd04::/48 source-as 196615
    93.175.147.0/24 source-as 196615
}
bird1

Choosing this format causes Routinator to produce a ROA table configuration item for use with BIRD 1.6.

roa 2001:7fb:fd03::/48 max 48 as 196615;
roa 2001:7fb:fd04::/48 max 48 as 196615;
roa 93.175.147.0/24 max 24 as 196615;
bird2

Choosing this format causes Routinator to produce a route table configuration item for BIRD 2.0 configuration.

route 2001:7fb:fd03::/48 max 48 as 196615;
route 2001:7fb:fd04::/48 max 48 as 196615;
route 93.175.147.0/24 max 24 as 196615;
rpsl

This format produces a list of RPSL objects with the authorisation in the fields route, origin, and source. In addition, the fields descr, mnt-by, created, and last-modified, are present with more or less meaningful values.

route: 93.175.147.0/24
origin: AS196615
descr: RPKI attestation
mnt-by: NA
created: 2021-05-07T14:28:17Z
last-modified: 2021-05-07T14:28:17Z
source: ROA-RIPE-RPKI-ROOT
summary

This format produces a summary of the content of the RPKI repository. It does not take filters into account and will always provide numbers for the complete repository.

For each trust anchor, it will print the number of verified ROAs and VRPs, router certificates and keys, as well as ASPAs. Note that router keys and ASPAs will only be included in the totals if you have enabled BGPsec and ASPA, respectively.

Summary at 2023-05-30 16:22:27.060940 UTC
afrinic:
            ROAs:    4896 verified;
            VRPs:    6248 verified,    5956 final;
    router certs:       0 verified;
     router keys:       0 verified,       0 final;
           ASPAs:       0 verified,       0 final;
apnic:
            ROAs:   25231 verified;
            VRPs:  109978 verified,  109717 final;
    router certs:       0 verified;
     router keys:       0 verified,       0 final;
           ASPAs:       2 verified,       2 final;
arin:
            ROAs:   63188 verified;
            VRPs:   78064 verified,   76941 final;
    router certs:       1 verified;
     router keys:       1 verified,       1 final;
           ASPAs:       7 verified,       7 final;
lacnic:
            ROAs:   18036 verified;
            VRPs:   32565 verified,   30929 final;
    router certs:       0 verified;
     router keys:       0 verified,       0 final;
           ASPAs:       0 verified,       0 final;
ripe:
            ROAs:   39081 verified;
            VRPs:  211048 verified,  211043 final;
    router certs:       2 verified;
     router keys:       2 verified,       2 final;
           ASPAs:      57 verified,      57 final;
total:
            ROAs:  150432 verified;
            VRPs:  437903 verified,  434586 final;
    router certs:       3 verified;
     router keys:       3 verified,       3 final;
           ASPAs:      66 verified,      66 final;

Changed in version 0.11.0: Reformat, sort alphabetically and add BGPsec information

New in version 0.13.0: Include ASPA