WORLD IPV6 LAUNCH was 6 June 2012.
Chappell-family IPv6 Port Scanner

IPv6 TCP/UDP Port Scanner Introduction

Welcome to my online, opensource, IPv6 Port Scanner. For further background information and a screenshot of the typical results page please visit my IPv6 firewall tester wiki. This service supports testing of multiple IPv6 UDP and TCP ports on any internet connected host with a global IPv6 unicast address (2000::/3), irrespective of your IPv6 provider or device operating system. In order to be as flexible as possible the tested TCP ports are selectable from a mix of commonly-used ports and/or user-defined ports.

For those in a rush please ensure that you can accept the terms and conditions of usage and then please follow this IPv6 Port Scanner link.

The tester provides significant feedback on the response received from each tested port. Ports are classified as OPEN, STEALTHed or one of a series of other states which indicate that some feedback, either positive or negative, was received from the address/port combination being tested. An explanation of what each potentially reported state indicates is given alongside the results of the scan.

If you’re experiencing problems accessing the IPv6 Port Scanner using IPv6 then please look over my IPv6 DEBUG hints.

If you don't currently have an IPv6 connected host but are interested in setting one up then try one of the various IPv6 Tunnel brokers, like Hurricane Electric or SixXS.net.

If you’re interested in running repeated IPv6 firewall tests then please see the automated IPv6 Port Scans.


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