This section lists some items that could not be easily placed under their respective sections. Don't forget to check out the above menu with direct links to services which have their own main pages.
The SixXS whois interface lets you query the SixXS,
6bone whois services.
DNS Cache Service
We offer resolvers in three continents (north america, europe, asiapacific) for all of our users. See here for more details.
IPv4 and IPv6 Distributed Traceroute
All our PoPs do latency tests from them to all parts of this world allowing us to visually see where network problems occur. The results can be seen in our Latency section.
The SixXS Usage Statistics give a little insight on where our users originate from. The SixXS Traffic Statistics show the day/night pattern of traffic on the various PoPs. Another interesting statistic is the Lowest average latency from the PoP to the enduser and the Tunnel Uptime Statistics showing how long one is able to keep their tunnel up which also proves stability of the SixXS system. The SixXS Growth Statistics show how many users signup and how many new tunnels and subnets are allocated every month. The SixXS Request statistics show the number of requests that are approved/denied on a montly basis. The Admin, Oper, Staff Statistics shows who handles most requests. And lastly an overview of the most used Tunneling MTU's.
Ghost Route Hunter
The Ghost Route Hunter tool will aid in the hunting down of the infamous Ghost Routes that bug everyday IPv6 routing tables, blackholing innocent DFP holders. It also generates various other reports on IPv6 Routing Table usage, documenting all the prefixes that should be in the Internet and where they are missing and a lot of other useful tools are available for helping debugging of all kinds of various IPv6 related problems. The routes are gathered using AS8298.
Some handy IPv6 tools:
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