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What PRTG sensor types support IPv6?

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Which of the existing sensor types can I use to query devices via the IPv6 protocol?

help ipv6 prtg

Created on Nov 25, 2011 2:31:55 PM by  Daniel Zobel [Product Manager]

Last change on Jun 12, 2012 3:00:16 PM by  Patrick Hutter [Paessler Support] (7,215) 3 3



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This article applies as of PRTG 20

Important: The following article will no longer be updated. For up-to-date-information, see the PRTG Manual: List of Sensors with IPv6 Support.

List of sensor types that support the IPv6 protocol

Currently, the following sensor types support the IPv6 protocol:

  • Active Directory Replication Errors sensor
  • ADO SQL v2 sensor
  • Amazon CloudWatch Alarm sensor
  • Amazon CloudWatch EBS sensor
  • Amazon CloudWatch EC2 sensor
  • Amazon CloudWatch ElastiCache sensor
  • Amazon CloudWatch ELB sensor
  • Amazon CloudWatch RDS sensor
  • Amazon CloudWatch SNS sensor
  • Amazon CloudWatch SQS sensor
  • Business Process sensor
  • Common SaaS sensor
  • Dell PowerVault MDi Physical Disk sensor
  • DICOM Bandwidth sensor
  • DICOM C-ECHO sensor
  • DICOM Query/Retrieve sensor
  • DNS sensor
  • DNS v2 sensor
  • Enterprise Virtual Array sensor
  • Event Log (Windows API) sensor
  • File sensor
  • File Content sensor
  • Folder sensor
  • FTP Server File Count sensor
  • GitLab Build Status sensor
  • HL7 sensor
  • HTTP sensor
  • HTTP Advanced sensor
  • HTTP Apache ModStatus PerfStats sensor
  • HTTP Apache ModStatus Totals sensor
  • HTTP Content sensor
  • HTTP Data Advanced sensor
  • HTTP Full Web Page sensor
  • HTTP IoT Push Data Advanced sensor
  • HTTP Push Count sensor
  • HTTP Push Data sensor
  • HTTP Push Data Advanced sensor
  • HTTP Transaction sensor
  • HTTP XML/REST Value sensor
  • Hyper-V Cluster Shared Volume Disk Free sensor
  • Hyper-V Host Server sensor
  • Hyper-V Virtual Machine sensor
  • Hyper-V Virtual Network Adapter sensor
  • Hyper-V Virtual Storage Device sensor
  • IP on DNS Blacklist sensor
  • IPMI System Health sensor
  • Microsoft SQL v2 sensor
  • MQTT Round Trip sensor
  • MySQL v2 sensor
  • NetApp Aggregate sensor
  • NetApp I/O sensor
  • NetApp LIF sensor
  • NetApp LUN sensor
  • NetApp NIC sensor
  • NetApp Physical Disk sensor
  • NetApp SnapMirror sensor
  • NetApp System Health sensor
  • NetApp Volume sensor
  • Oracle SQL v2 sensor
  • Oracle Tablespace sensor
  • Packet Sniffer sensor
  • Packet Sniffer (Custom) sensor
  • PerfCounter Custom sensor
  • PerfCounter IIS Application Pool sensor
  • Ping sensor
  • Ping Jitter sensor
  • Port sensor
  • Port Range sensor
  • PostgreSQL sensor
  • RDP (Remote Desktop) sensor
  • REST Custom sensor
  • REST Dell EMC Capacity sensor
  • REST Dell EMC File System sensor
  • REST Dell EMC LUN sensor
  • REST Dell EMC Pool sensor
  • REST Dell EMC System Health sensor
  • Share Disk Free sensor
  • SIP Options Ping sensor
  • SNMP APC Hardware sensor
  • SNMP Buffalo TS System Health sensor
  • SNMP Cisco ADSL sensor
  • SNMP Cisco ASA VPN Connections sensor
  • SNMP Cisco ASA VPN Traffic sensor
  • SNMP Cisco ASA VPN Users sensor
  • SNMP Cisco System Health sensor
  • SNMP Cisco UCS Blade sensor
  • SNMP Cisco UCS Chassis sensor
  • SNMP Cisco UCS Physical Disk sensor
  • SNMP Cisco UCS System Health sensor
  • SNMP CPU Load sensor
  • SNMP Custom sensor
  • SNMP Custom Advanced sensor
  • SNMP Custom String sensor
  • SNMP Custom String Lookup sensor
  • SNMP Custom Table sensor
  • SNMP Dell EqualLogic Logical Disk sensor
  • SNMP Dell EqualLogic Member Health sensor
  • SNMP Dell EqualLogic Physical Disk sensor
  • SNMP Dell Hardware sensor
  • SNMP Dell PowerEdge Physical Disk sensor
  • SNMP Dell PowerEdge System Health sensor
  • SNMP Disk Free sensor
  • SNMP Fujitsu System Health v2 sensor
  • SNMP Hardware Status sensor
  • SNMP HP LaserJet Hardware sensor
  • SNMP HPE BladeSystem Blade sensor
  • SNMP HPE BladeSystem Enclosure System Health sensor
  • SNMP HPE ProLiant Logical Disk sensor
  • SNMP HPE ProLiant Memory Controller sensor
  • SNMP HPE ProLiant Network Interface sensor
  • SNMP HPE ProLiant Physical Disk sensor
  • SNMP HPE ProLiant System Health sensor
  • SNMP IBM System X Logical Disk sensor
  • SNMP IBM System X Physical Disk sensor
  • SNMP IBM System X Physical Memory sensor
  • SNMP IBM System X System Health sensor
  • SNMP interSeptor Pro Environment sensor
  • SNMP Juniper NS System Health sensor
  • SNMP LenovoEMC Physical Disk sensor
  • SNMP LenovoEMC System Health sensor
  • SNMP Library sensor
  • SNMP Linux Disk Free sensor
  • SNMP Linux Load Average sensor
  • SNMP Linux Meminfo sensor
  • SNMP Linux Physical Disk sensor
  • SNMP Memory sensor
  • SNMP NetApp Disk Free sensor
  • SNMP NetApp Enclosure sensor
  • SNMP NetApp I/O sensor
  • SNMP NetApp License sensor
  • SNMP NetApp Logical Unit sensor
  • SNMP NetApp Network Interface sensor
  • SNMP NetApp System Health sensor
  • SNMP Nutanix Cluster Health sensor
  • SNMP Nutanix Hypervisor sensor
  • SNMP Poseidon Environment sensor
  • SNMP Printer sensor
  • SNMP QNAP Logical Disk sensor
  • SNMP QNAP Physical Disk sensor
  • SNMP QNAP System Health sensor
  • SNMP RMON sensor
  • SNMP SonicWall System Health sensor
  • SNMP SonicWall VPN Traffic sensor
  • SNMP Synology Logical Disk sensor
  • SNMP Synology Physical Disk sensor
  • SNMP Synology System Health sensor
  • SNMP System Uptime sensor
  • SNMP Traffic sensor
  • SNMP Trap Receiver sensor
  • SNMP Windows Service sensor
  • SNTP sensor
  • SSL Certificate sensor
  • SSL Security Check sensor
  • Syslog Receiver sensor
  • Traceroute Hop Count sensor
  • VMware Datastore (SOAP) sensor
  • VMware Host Hardware Status (SOAP) sensor
  • VMware Host Performance (SOAP) sensor
  • VMware Virtual Machine (SOAP) sensor
  • Windows CPU Load sensor
  • Windows IIS 6.0 SMTP Received sensor
  • Windows IIS 6.0 SMTP Sent sensor
  • Windows IIS Application sensor
  • Windows MSMQ Queue Length sensor
  • Windows Network Card sensor
  • Windows Pagefile sensor
  • Windows Physical Disk I/O sensor
  • Windows Print Queue sensor
  • Windows Process sensor
  • Windows System Uptime sensor
  • Windows Updates Status (PowerShell) sensor
  • WMI Battery sensor
  • WMI Custom sensor
  • WMI Custom String sensor
  • WMI Disk Health sensor
  • WMI Event Log sensor
  • WMI Exchange Server sensor
  • WMI Exchange Transport Queue sensor
  • WMI File sensor
  • WMI Free Disk Space (Multi Disk) sensor
  • WMI Logical Disk I/O sensor
  • WMI Memory sensor
  • WMI Microsoft SQL Server 2005 sensor
  • WMI Microsoft SQL Server 2008 sensor
  • WMI Microsoft SQL Server 2012 sensor
  • WMI Microsoft SQL Server 2014 sensor
  • WMI Microsoft SQL Server 2016 sensor
  • WMI Microsoft SQL Server 2017 sensor
  • WMI Remote Ping sensor
  • WMI Security Center sensor
  • WMI Service sensor
  • WMI Share sensor
  • WMI SharePoint Process sensor
  • WMI Storage Pool sensor
  • WMI Terminal Services (Windows 2008+) sensor
  • WMI Terminal Services (Windows XP/Vista/2003) sensor
  • WMI Vital System Data v2 sensor
  • WMI Volume sensor
  • WSUS Statistics sensor


You can also see which sensors support the IPv6 protocol in the Add Sensor dialog.

Created on Nov 25, 2011 2:35:37 PM by  Daniel Zobel [Product Manager]

Last change on Sep 15, 2020 10:44:06 AM by  Maike Guba [Paessler Support]



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