All things RPKI.
The Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) is an application of PKI to Internet routing security. It allows owners of IP address prefixes and AS numbers to publish cryptographically signed information about these resources. In particular, RPKI is currently used for route origin validation where these statements list the AS numbers that are allowed to originate routes for prefixes.
The crate uses the features to enable functionality that isn’t necessary for all use cases. Currently, the following features are defined:
"repository": support for creating, validating, and processing of repository objects, such as certificates, manifests, or ROAs;
"rrdp": support for the RRDP protocol for synchronising RPKI repositories;
"rtr": support for the RPKI-to-router protocol (RTR);
"slurm": support for local exceptions aka SLURM;
"serde-support": support for Serde serialization and deserialization for many of the crate’s types;
"softkeys": enables an OpenSSL-based signer for creating repository objects – enabling this feature also enables the
"extra-debug": enables printing stack traces when parsing of a repository object fails – this feature should only be used during debugging and must not be enabled in release builds.