Ping Online - IPv4 & IPv6

With IPv64's online ping tool you can quickly check the ICMP reachability of a destination.

Online Ping - ICMP for IPv4 & IPv6 Advanced Mode
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PING Result for IP: 2620:fe::fe Refresh

AVG RTT (ms)

11.336 ms

MIN RTT (ms)

11.316 ms

MAX RTT (ms)

11.358 ms

MDEV (ms)

0.014 ms

Packet Loss

0.00 %



Packets Send


Packets Recv.


#Seq Destination RTT ms v64 TTL Bytes #
1 2620:fe::fe - ( IPv6 11.4 ms 59 64 DNS Lookup
2 2620:fe::fe - ( IPv6 11.3 ms 59 64 DNS Lookup
3 2620:fe::fe - ( IPv6 11.3 ms 59 64 DNS Lookup
4 2620:fe::fe - ( IPv6 11.3 ms 59 64 DNS Lookup
5 2620:fe::fe - ( IPv6 11.3 ms 59 64 DNS Lookup
6 2620:fe::fe - ( IPv6 11.3 ms 59 64 DNS Lookup
The host seems to be reachable.
Told a bit about ICMP (Ping).
What you should know about ICMP (Ping).

The Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) is used in computer networks to exchange information and error messages via the Internet Protocol in version 4 (IPv4). A similar protocol called ICMPv6 exists for IPv6.

ICMP is part of IPv4, but is treated as an independent protocol. Every router and computer is expected to "understand" ICMP. Most ICMP packets contain diagnostic information: They are sent back to the source by the router when the router drops packets, for example because the destination is unreachable or the TTL has expired. The following principles apply:

  • ICMP uses IP as the communication base by interpreting itself as a higher layer protocol, i.e. ICMP messages are encapsulated in IP packets.
  • ICMP detects some error conditions, but does not make IP a reliable protocol.
  • ICMP analyzes errors in every IP packet except those carrying an ICMP message.
  • ICMP messages are not sent in response to packets to destination addresses that are multicast or broadcast addresses.
  • ICMP messages reply only to a unique source IP address.