LACNIC migrates to new RPKI system

  • LACNIC is set to migrate to a new RPKI resource certification system in April, with adoption rates already at 50% in IPv4 and nearly 40% in IPv6.
  • The new system, operational from April 15 to 22, incorporates IETF standards and open-source technologies, promising greater stability and robustness.
  • Users accessing the platform during migration through should not experience any service disruptions; the migration is expected to take around three hours starting from April 15 at 9:30 am (UTC-3).

During the month of April, LACNIC – the Regional Internet Registry for South America – will migrate to a new RPKI resource certification system, which has already reached a 50% adoption rate in IPv4 and nearly 40% in IPv6.

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It will be operational in the week of April 15-22

LACNIC’s new RPKI system will be operational in the week of 15 to 22 April, incorporating elements of the standards defined by the IETF. The new version will have greater stability than its predecessor and will incorporate open-source technologies that have been tested in similar environments.

The LACNIC team has been developing and implementing this new open-source platform based on Krill for nearly two years, which will increase the robustness of the resource certification system.

The migration process will be transparent

It should be noted that the migration process will be transparent to the users of the platform, in other words, users should not notice any impact on the service when accessing through

The migration is scheduled to begin on 15 April at 9:30 am (UTC-3) and is expected to take approximately three hours to complete.


Chloe Chen

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