Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) seeks to improve secure routing practices across the Internet through coordinated action by many parties. MANRS defines four baseline Actions, which are the building blocks for simple use cases. If these measures are implemented widely, security and resilience of the Internet routing system will significantly improve. Individual networks can also build on this minimum baseline, implementing routing security in more complex network topologies.

We developed a "MANRS Implementation Guide” that provides more detailed guidance, but with so many vendors and operating systems it is hard to capture specific details in one document. To bridge this gap, we are working on a crowd-sourced library of network configuration snippets for various MANRS Actions. Below is a simple form to collect this information. It should take only 10-15 min to complete, especially if you already have such configs deployed in your network. For some of the questions there are examples, to give you an idea of what is expected.

The result of your contributions - the library - will be available through the MANRS website.

Please contribute to the survey and share knowledge. Your participation is highly appreciated!

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