Saturday, February 7, 2009

What is my IPv6 address

To find out what your IPv6 address is (and thus whether you have IPv6 connectivity to the Internet), you can visit:

http://ipv6.whatismyipv6.net/

That should work for Linux and Windows XP with Teredo IPv6. It should show your IPv6 address, something like in the picture.

If it doesn't work, it could be that your IPv6 resolving does not work (like on Windows Vista with Teredo), and you visit this site:

http://[2001:4810::110]/




4 comments:

Quirinius said...

If the above literal URL does not work (anymore), you can use
http://[2001:610:510:0:192:42:113:60]/

Your IPv6 address will be shown near the bottom right corner of this Surfnet page, something like;

"You are accessing this server over IPv6 from 2001:0:d5c7:a3d6:ce19:ac8d:a055:e24b"

Anonymous said...

http://ismyipv6working.com gives you a running unicorn if you connect with ipv6 :-)

Anonymous said...

There is also www.watismijnip6.nl .

jonesnco said...

the easiest to remember would have to be ip6.me