Does Wormly support IPv6?
Yes, at this time Wormly supports IPv6 for HTTP sensors only. You can try it out by using our test tool to perform an instant IPv6 HTTP request
By default all tests are conducted over IPv4, to enable IPv6 you need to set the IP Mode to IPv6 only in the sensor configuration:
This will cause the IPv6 address to be resolved from the hosts' AAAA record. You can optionally override this IPv6 address by entering the desired address into the Force IP Address parameter field.
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