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Deploy360 23 August 2017

NAT64check proves popular

Kevin Meynell
By Kevin MeynellManager, Technical and Operational Engagements

We’ve already mentioned this a few times this year, but we’ve just published an more in-depth article about NAT64check over on the RIPE Labs and APNIC websites.

NAT64check is a tool developed by the Internet Society, Go6, SJM Steffann and Simply Understand that allows you to enter the URL of a particular website, and then run tests over IPv4, IPv6 and NAT64 in order to check whether the website is actually reachable in each case, whether identical web pages are returned, and whether all the resources such as images, stylesheets and scripts load correctly. The rationale behind NAT64check is also explained, how it works, and how you can use it.

If you just want to take a look at the tool, then please go to either https://nat64check.go6lab.si/ or https://nat64check.ipv6-lab.net/, type the URL you wish to check into the box at the top of the page, and the result should be returned within a few seconds. It’s simple and easy, and will help you identify what needs to be done to make your website accessible with IPv6.

Deploy360 also want to help you deploy IPv6, so please take a look at our Start Here page to learn more.

 

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