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Routinator

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Routinator 3000 is free, open-source RPKI Relying Party software. The project is written in Rust, a programming language designed for performance and memory safety.

Lightweight and portable

Routinator has minimal system requirements and it can run on almost any hardware and platform, with packages available for most. You can also easily run with Docker or Cargo, the Rust package manager.

Routinator runs as a service that periodically downloads and verifies RPKI data. The built-in HTTPS server offers a user interface, API endpoints for various file formats, as well as logging, status and Prometheus metrics.

Flexible RPKI-to-Router (RTR) support

Routinator has a built-in RTR server to let routers fetch verified RPKI data. You can also run RTR as a separate daemon using our RPKI data proxy RTRTR, letting you centralise validation and securely distribute processed data to various locations.

Open-source with professional support services

NLnet Labs offers professional support and consultancy services with a service-level agreement. Community support is available on Discord, Twitter and our mailing list. Routinator is liberally licensed under the BSD 3-Clause license.

Launch Smoothly

Getting started with Routinator is really easy by installing a binary package for either Debian and Ubuntu or for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and compatible systems such as Rocky Linux. Alternatively, you can run with Docker or build from the source code using Cargo, Rust’s build system and package manager.

Please refer to the comprehensive documentation to learn what works best for you.

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