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            Monitoring IPv4 and IPv6 enabled Internet Facing Resources

            Site24x7 lets you monitor your internet resources over IPv4 and IPv6 from our supported locations. We offer an extensive network of IPv4 and IPv6 enabled Monitoring stations that spans across 7 continents. IPv4 enabled locations can only test IPv4 connectivity. On the contrary, IPv6 location will be capable of testing both IPv4 and IPv6 connectivity of websites. However, in case of a failure over IPv6, the IPv6 locations will not automatically fall back to IPv4. 

            How to monitor an IPv4 enabled website resource?
            • Login to Site24x7 account
            • Create a Website Monitor. Configure your preferred monitor as per need.
            • In the monitor configuration form, move the rocker button for "Prefer IPv6" to "NO".
            • Specify your preferred monitoring location that you wish to monitor from. You must specify atleast a primarly location.
            • Submit the monitoring form after filling up the remaining fields.
            • Once the monitor data collection starts, you'll be able to start monitoring the availability and performance of your website over IPv4.
                        
            How to monitor an IPv6 enabled website resource?
            • Login to Site24x7 account
            • Create a Website Monitor. Configure your preferred monitor as per need. Learn about all the monitors that offer IPv6 support.
            • In the monitor configuration form, move the rocker button for "Prefer IPv6" to "YES".
            • Pick your preferred monitoring locations. To test the IPv6 connectivity, you must select an IPv6 enabled location.  
            • Submit the monitoring form after filling up the remaining fields.
            • Once the monitor data collection starts, you'll be able to start monitoring the availability and performance of your website over IPv6. On connectivity failure over IPv6, the IPv6 locations do not fall back to IPv4 automatically.
                      

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