Monday, May 30, 2016

v15.1 (PRO) and v9.1 (Free)

New version - v15.1 of IPv6 and More (PRO) and v9.1 of IPv6 and More published!. Please update. New feature - Scanning of v6 and v4 network. Also other bugfixes and enhancements.

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Wednesday, July 3, 2013


1) Improved background process cleanup. Fixed traceroute/ping bug which was causing background processes to hang around in some cases and prevent future operations
*Please reboot your device once at your convenience after installing this version. Highly recommended*
2) Crash prevention when screen is rotated during ping/trace tasks
3) Fixed typo in explanation of Link-Local addresses
4) Crash prevention when news feed is empty
5) App version and release notes are now available as a menu option and once at launching a new version
6) Improved error collection and app monitoring using newrelic

*Please allow permission to access network state of the device*

Thanks to astute reader Andrew K for spotting the typo in Link-Local address documentation.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013


1) Fixed nullPointerException when enumerating active interfaces.
2) Fixed bug which was preventing ping/traceroute when using ping/trace provider
3) Other cosmetic changes and bugfixes

Thanks to Jim Shannon and Andrew Kendall for their help and suggestions.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Bug in 'My IPv6' address listing

There is a bug in the 'My IPv6' function which causes the same IPv6 address to be listed multiple times and also incorrectly labelled as IPv4. Thanks to Jens H for pointing out the bug. I am working to fix it.


Are you ready for 'World IPv6 Launch' on June 6th, 2012?

Friday, January 20, 2012

Thursday, December 29, 2011


1) Fixed byte-ordering bug in IPv6 address display under the 'Local IPs found in conn tables' list on the 'My v6' tab.
Thanks to Colin and Richard for reporting the bug.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011


1) New! 'Connect' tab for tcp, udp, http and https connection testing and header inspection.
2) dig (nslookup) bug fixed. Please use dig and send feedback.
3) Enhanced exception handling and error reporting when doing Dig lookups.
4) KindleFire compatibility.
5) Concatenation of results in 'tools' and 'connect' tabs. Long-press to clear display.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Dig lookup bug in 1.4.1

I am aware of a bug in dig lookup which erroneously reports dig lookup failure. It will be fixed in the next update (thanks Bobby P.). Also a cool new feature is coming! Stay tuned.

Saturday, August 27, 2011


1) Consolidated news feed with more IPv6 news
2) Option to send news articles via email
3) Better exception handling

Thursday, August 4, 2011


1) Added 'news' tab. Get IPv6 news from around the world! Even a jobs feed.
2) 'Rate the App' menu option.
3) Improved exception handling.

*NOTE* Users who have upgraded to the new Android mktplace app are reporting problems upgrading 'IPv6 and More' (and other apps). Please uninstall 'IPv6 and More' completely and then reinstall instead of updating. This is inconvenient and you will lose settings so apologies for that but this seems to be a problem with the new Android mktplace app, not 'IPv6 and More'.

Monday, July 4, 2011

Releases so far

v1.0, 05/10/2011
-Initial release 

-Improved exception handling

-Added many new DNS record types - ANY, SPF, TXT, RP, SRV. 
-Added handling of local ping for IPv4 mapped/compatible IPv6 addresses. 
-Added Parsing of dig result to extract answer section/answer values and automatically copy to clipboard. 
-Fixed user input validation problem and clipboard problem.

1) User warning if app has been denied INTERNET permission.
2) Added menu option to 'prefer' ipv6 addresses over ipv4 addresses (Android API option). Default value is set to 'true'.
3) Added message for user if DNS server does not respond to queries over TCP (when response cannot fit in single UDP packet and is truncated).
4) Fixed bug with auto-completion of user input. Eliminated duplicates from auto-complete list.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

'IPv6 and More' - a free Android app

'IPv6 and More' is an essential, ad-free app for network engineers, system administrators and computer geeks interested in IPv6, IPv4 and transition mechanisms from v4 to v6. Even if your device and carrier do not provide a native IPv6 address yet, you can still perform many IPv6 functions (like ping, traceroute, whois, DNS lookups) using a provider like Hurricane Electric. The app also includes all the standard IP tools. Some important features are:

1) Ping and Traceroute (locally sourced from the device as well as sourced from many routers around the globe in case of IPv6) with many configurable options.

2) Recursive whois lookups for IPv6, IPv4 addresses and domains with configurable whois lookup depth and base whois server.

3) DNS lookups (dig) for many type of DNS records including AAAA (IPv6), A, PTR, SOA, NS, CNAME etc.

4) Device audit and explanation of  the IPv6 and IPv4 addresses discovered.

5) Fully configurable tools including globally located source routers for ping and traceroute, TTL, count, packet size, maximum hops, DNS server, DNS query type, whois server, whois depth etc.

6) Fully functional on install with no configuration required using default values. Options to reset values to default.

7) Remembers last 20 user supplied entries to reduce typing.

8) Single tap on the text box copies results to clipboard.

9) IPv6 news from around the world. Even a jobs feed!

10) Generates Unique Local IPv6 address ranges (private ranges) by implementing the algorithm specified in RFC 4193.

As IPv6 adoption matures and its penetration in the Android stack as well as at ISP's increases, more features will be implemented in the app.

Feedback in any form (on the marketplace as well as from within the app) will be greatly appreciated. Please dont hesitate to send feature requests.

Hope you enjoyed 'World IPv6 Day' on June 8th, 2011.
Be prepared. IPv6 is coming.

NOTE: App requires INTERNET permission.
Please rate the app. Thanks !

Thanks to:

[1] Hurricane Electric ( for their IPv6 looking glass functionality (at and their fantastic (and free) IPv6 certification

[2] The 'dnsjava' library at (under the BSD license -

[3] The jsoup HTML parser at (under the MIT license -

[4] Fatcows for great icons -

[5] Feedzilla for news feeds -