Here's a site that tests IPv6 data:centurionomegai wrote:
I've been looking into how IPv6 works, and it appears IPv6 addresses omit zero value spaces at the end and in the middle of addresses. Often signifying this with a double colon. Now if this is IPv6 but using periods instead of colons, then perhaps that is exactly why there is double period. The 'missing' digit is nothing but 0000, making the actual address 0862:000003420002 assuming this is in hexadecimal. If it still needs to be converted to hexadecimal it would be: 035e:000001560002 (Keep in mind, IPv6 is case sensitive).
EDIT: my internet connection doesn't support IPv6 current, so unfortunately I cannot check this out, we need someone who can to do so. And apparently consecutive groups of zeroes can be signified by a (::). So it could also be any one of the below.
Already Hex1 (AH1):
Converted Hex1 (CH1):
No luck yet with any of the codes I've tried.