OpenBGPD Looking Glass

BGP Looking Glass with OpenBSD something I’ve wanted to do for a long time and never got around to it … Just give a try, it’s public available: Prerequisite OpenBSD VM (at least 2G RAM) Public IPv4 / IPv6 DNS Record / Static IP Full BGP Feed (don’t worry, you can get it for free) httpd config OpenBSD got their own HTTP Daemon in Base System. Let’s enable and configure it.

Aslo - AS Lookup

ASLO AS Lookup Helper Script. It’s written for OpenBSD and need’s some modification for Linux. It basically depends on Python, PIP Installer and Python Package “aslookup”. Have Fun ! Download wget chmod 755 aslo ./aslo Script … and the Content himelf. It basically check’s if pip is installed, if as-lookup is installed, and then does the as lookup for the given IP Adress #!/usr/bin/env bash # AS Lookup for IP Address install_pip() { echo -e "\npip not found, install ?


as many of you, i’ve got different kind of stuff running, mostly internally, but also some public things. Hamsterwheel Counter my Daughter got a Hamster and he’s running every night in his Weel.. I built a small Wheel-Counter so we can see the Daily Stats an Performance of Cookie :). Website is in German and reachable via IPv6 only … Cookie Hamsterwheel Page Puffy around the World i created a small playground where i (and some friends) can test stuff, tools, scripts.

RPKI for Home Usage

Resource Public Key Infrastructure you may know what RPKI is … It’s a PKI Framework for improving Security for the Internet Routing Infrastructure based on BGP. As a HomeUser or Small/Medium Size Company, you normally don’t have a Full BGP Table and multipe Upstream Providers. You have one Internet Router or Firewall and you get a Default Route from your ISP. With OpenBGPD and the current rpki extensions, you “just” need a Full BGP Feed and then, you can filter all invalid ROA’s and keep your Routing (and Internet Access) more Secure.

FullBGP at Home

did you always wanted to have a fullbgp table at home once ? Over your DSL / CM / LTE or whatever connection ? here a little howto :) Setup VM Install a VM with OpenBSD. Add 1 CPU, 1 GB RAM, 20 GB Disk, nothing special Check our Upstream Provider Check the Page from Lukasz and spend him a Beer if you ever meet him. He also mentioned my Post in his Slides (Thanks Lukas)