IPv6 Detector is a simple tool that tests whether the network you are on is IPv6 enabled. It reports back your IPv6 address, or your IPv4 address if you are not on an IPv6 network.
It can automatically perform the test whenever you connect online!
Naturally, we cannot test for every network configuration, so please let us know if you have any problems.
As the life of the Internet continues to grow, the exhaustion of IPv4 public addresses is inevitable. IPv6 has been gaining a higher demand in the market place. The slightly different learning curve and complexities with IPv6 addressing can make a daunting task in subnetting and summarizing your network.
The ipv6 Subnet Calculator will simplify the process by allowing you to subnet your IPv6 enterprise properly and accurately. Also, included is an EUI-64 MAC conversion tool to make ease of finding addresses on your network where EUI-64 is implemented.
The ipv6 Subnet Calculator is Android, Ice Cream Sandwich tested and approved!
Please feel free to contact me with and features/updates you would like to see available.
You must have root on your phone to be able to install and run aiccu.
You must have the tun.ko kernel module installed or this feature must be built into the kernel. Most available firmware images already provide this. Otherwise use the tun.ko application available in Google play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aed.tun.installer).
You must have busybox installed, most alternative firmware do. Otherwise install from Google play.
This application is in beta state, I can't be held responsible for anything not working or bad things done to your phone.
- auto start on boot
- auto disable while native IPv6 available
- have a real application logo
Have fun testing and provide feedback if it doesn't work out yet for you !
If in the config menu it doesn't list your tunnel when searching for tunnels, make sure your tunnel is configured as 'AYIYA' type tunnel (has to be configured on your sixxs.net account).
Offline (no-permissions) version:
Use "IP calculator classic" in the market.
Trouble with the keyboard:
Try "IP calculator (Samsung)" in the market.
Please use email for feedback, so I can answer. Comments don't help!
Displays network information and diagnostics: Ping a server, DNS lookup (with geographical lookup of IP addresses), reverse DNS lookup, WHOIS queries, inspecting HTTP response headers, trace routes (also with IP address geo lookup), check whether a range of ports is open, scan a host for SSL versions and ciphers.
Includes home screen widget for long-running pings.
Recently used servers/IP addresses are remembered for auto-completion.
The results can be copied to the clipboard (via long-click on the output text), sent via email or stored in a file as text or PDF. A history of the results of recent operations is kept (swipe left and right to switch between tabs).
Numerous options (like using an alternative name server, Ping TTL, showing ping times for each traceroute step, Broadcast Ping, using HTTPS, setting the HTTP port number, selection of DNS record types to query, etc.) are available through a long-click on the "Go" button.
Contains no ads.
Please join the Google community "Ping & DNS" where I support this app, especially if you're having problems.
Samsung devices: Ping and Traceroute no longer work on some Samsung devices on Android 4.2 and newer; there's unfortunately nothing I can do about that - Samsung removed needed functionality.
New in 2.0: A new look with an option to choose a light theme or a dark theme. The big new feature is a home screen widget for long-running pings that can chart and save its results.
WHY THE GPS PERMISSION? First off, GPS is only accessed if the "Show Location" checkbox is set in the Ping Options dialog. This checkbox is turned off by default, so unless you explicitly set it, you don't need to worry about your location ever being tracked. Tracking location is useful for measuring ping times during long-running pings across large areas, like a factory or a university campus. Once a long-running ping with location is done, a Google Earth file (.dmz) is created that shows the ping times along with the geo location of each ping. Most people will never need this option, so you don't have to worry. And even if you do use it, location data is stored on the device, it is not sent or uploaded anywhere (the exception being if you attach the Google Earth file to an outgoing email - in which case you're in charge of where the email is sent to). So all the negative comments you may see in the Play Store are unfounded.
This app includes the most widespread utilites which you may find in Windows and Linux. Everything that is necessary to get information about the IP address or website - now in your device.
The simple interface lets you to know current ip address and get information about any web address, and the special service verify of the connection inform you that there is no internet.
With this app you will be able to:
☆ Get information about any site and its owner (Whois).
☆ Сheck for open ports on your device (port scan / netstat).
☆ See your ip address, and other information about the network to which are connected (Network info).
☆ Сheck the possibility packets to pass through to the destination(Ping).
☆ Trace route.
☆ IP calculator.
☆ Encoding/Decoding url.
☆ Wake on LAN.
☆ DNS Lookup.
=== FEATURES INCLUDE ====
- Asynchronous Trace algorithm provides extremely fast results
- Graphical plotting of ping results for all hops
- Geo-location information for hops
- Reverse Hostname (DNS Information)
- IP Address of each hop
- Monitors Average packet round trip time
- Packet count and lost information
- WHOIS hostnames and IP address range
- Works over WiFi or Cellular network connection
- Save previous Traces to review later
* Geographical route of hops is based on third-party publicly accessible IP geo-location services. There are occasions when location data for those services is incorrect causing anomalies in the visual presentation. This location information will become more accurate as more users run traces from various locations.
* unlocks the "non-root" version of the app
* unlocks control widgets - so you can view and change your DNS from the home screen
* enables password locking of the settings.
Please download the standard SetDNS app and check that it works on your phone first!
From the Set DNS description:
Preserves your custom nameserver information when using wireless and 3g/edge mobile connection.
Comes with google, opendns, fooldns settings, enter custom DNS servers and option to revert back to DHCP.
You don't need to back up your nameserver details - just reverting back to DHCP will go back to your normal network settings.
Now also contains OpenDNS Family Shield settings.
Please note, entering the wrong nameserver details can break your internet settings.
Also, some mobile operators run web access via a proxy server, in which case the nameservers on the phone can be less relevant.
First, it finds the path between your device and any internet server and then starts to send periodical echo requests to each host on the way, gathering round trip time statistics.
TracePing is very useful to investigate network problems, to find out where exactly is the connection bottleneck or a failure.
• A list of recently used hosts.
• IP selection for multiple IP hosts
• Visual traceroute: IP geo location and map plotting (optional)
• Extended statistics panel with min/avg/max ping, jitter and StDev
• Works on both WiFi and 3G/GPRS connection.
• Internationalized domains (IDN) are supported
• Share report
• Pause/restart ping
• Switching between IP and hostnames
• Tuneable interval, timeout, packet size, ping count and hop limit parameters
• Experimental IPv6 support (Needs root, because ping6 executable has no SUID bit on Android 4.0)
• Root is not necessary (except IPv6 hosts)
• Currently doesn't work on devices without 'ping' executable.
• 100% loss usually means that ICMP packets are blocked on this host or it is down.
Please send all questions and bug reports to support email below. Bug
WARNING: may not work on some devices and with busybox ping
IP geo location is provided by maxmind lite city db, accuracy is about 60%
Monitor your android status.
.CPU Memory usage
.Mobile Network information
.Network Info (IP Address, Gateway, MAC Address)
.Storage(SD Card) Usage
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If you have any issue, please drop us a mail.
In a clean UI, it offers equivalent of linux/unix commands like ps, pstree, netstat, ifconfig and route.
ps, pstree, netstat, ifconfig, ipconfig, route, ip address, gateway, kernel, cpu, memory, wifi, internet connection, process, storage, sd card, mac address, dns server, meid, miei
Use system menu to add new resource to monitoring list, select the type and time interval between checks. At any time you can change the settings or manually check for a specific host. The corresponding commands are available on the context menu.
App contains additional tools: whois, ping and traceroute, for diagnosing network problems. For these commands there are implemented lists of previously entered addresses, so user does not need to retype them again.
Among the data returned are:
- Number of hops performed to reach the destination.
IP of each of the intermediate servers.
- Hostname associated with each intermediate IP.
- Response time of each intermediate server.
- Geographic location of each intermediate server that provides that information.
After doing the search you can share the result with any application you have installed and even export it to KML, CSV and/or TXT (only in PRO version).
Besides all this you can change the theme of the application, the color of the lines on the map or select the satellite view mode to display the data on the map.
Please send me an e-mail if you experience any problems!
1.15: Fix bug with custom name servers
1.14: Add support for CNAME and SOA records
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Thanks For Supporting The Development Of IPv6 and More.