Internet Routing Registry (IRR)

Internet Routing Registry (IRR) Tutorial

When: Wednesday, 27 February 2013
Time: 14:00 - 17:30 (UTC +8)
Where: Gardenia Room
Instructor: Nurul Islam (Roman), APNIC
Tutorial slides

As Internet backbone connectivity becomes more complex, it becomes increasingly difficult to keep track of peering policies between providers and customers.

The Internet Routing Registry (IRR) is an evolving network database of Internet registered routes and routing policies. By specifying routing details using Routing Policy Specification Languages (RPSL), IRR providers can use the information to check consistency and build router configurations.

Target audience
This training is aimed at people responsible for routing operations and management. The course covers the importance and benefits of the IRR to Internet operations. Participants will be introduced to the tools used to interact with the IRR and learn how to create, register, and query routing objects.

Course outline

  • What is an Internet Routing Registry?
  • Why use an IRR?
  • APNIC database and the IRR
  • Using the IRR and its benefits
  • Routing Policy Specification Language (RPSL)
  • Using RPSL in practice

Key Info


Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore


19 February - 1 March 2013


Now open

Program includes:

Technical workshops, Tutorials, and Conference streams.