Ping IPv6 Test

The Statlix Ping IPv6 test is designed to specifically allow you to ping an IPv6 host. An IPv6 ping test is critically important in testing website latency.

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Ping IPv6 Test

The Statlix Ping IPv6 test is designed to specifically allow you to ping an IPv6 host. Ping IPv6 address using our tool from a global network of IPv6 enabled servers to ascertain your websites, network devices and servers are working optimally for all your users.

IPv6 is an internet protocol that was developed to solve the network shortage of addresses with the previous IPv4. One of the distinguishing features between IPv6 and IPv4 is that IPv6 addresses are 128 bits long compared to 32 bits for IPv4 addresses.

Highlights of our ping IPv6 online tool

Automated Monitoring: The automated service for pinging IPv6 address allows checks at intervals of one minute. If the ping fails and the second testing from a different checkpoint also fails, then an alert is sent to notify you of the problem.
Monitoring from Users’ Locations: Testing from multiple locations helps in identifying latency problems that are affecting your users around the world. You can choose checkpoints from specific cities, specific regions or the entire global network.
Scheduled Reports: We ensure that you get your data in a timely manner. You can have results sent in a format of your choice (PDF, Excel) to your email on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.

The tool also allows you to ping an IP from many locations simultaneously. ICMP packets will be sent to the provided address to measure how fast a response is given. Responsive connections will provide faster pings. An IPv6 ping test is critically important in testing website latency.

From all our global checkpoints, the IPv6 ping test online will use IPv6 checkpoints to provide precise test results. A selected checkpoint will send at least three ICMP packets to the provided IPv6 address to obtain response times and also check for errors. Furthermore, the checkpoint will send a traceroute to identify problems on the connection paths. Using our tool to ping IPv6 will provide you with a comprehensive snapshot of the responsiveness of a device, website, or server. Generally, response times of more than 100ms reveal that users in that specific location are experiencing problems.