- >100 Routing table entries globally
- Some vague preference towards reliability
- Dynamic Routing (BGP is preferred)
Design Pattern: Looking Glass
- Looking Glass software has been publicly available since 2000, with the MRLG package reaching public availability
- The University of Oregon set up a public route visibility project called Route Views to expand public visibility to Looking Glasses as early as 1999, with numerous citations in academic research driving the majority of network reliability knowledge we use today.
- BGPView.io starts up in 2016
- BGP Hijacking, whether malicious or not, is causing many more outages than it used to as the internet grows in scope.
- Least (Zero) Privilege Access to a network services routing table, searchable via API and/or GUI
- Few Network Operating Systems (NOS) have a read-only permission set that also allows access to the RIB/FIB/Routing Table
- Multi-tenancy should be addressed in a scalable, easy-to-manage manner
- This shouldn't take the network down