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12/23/08
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Purplrain

Google Chrome support IPv6 browsing?

Does Google Chrome support ipv6 browsing?
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All Replies (8)
Oskar
12/30/08
Oskar
Yes, it does. But be aware that it by default use HTTP proxy confgured in IE settings. So if the proxy does not suppport IPv6 then IPv6 sites unreachable even if your computer has IPv6 connection.
madrioso
12/21/09
madrioso
In Linux Chrome, no proxy enabled (direct conexion to Internet), but all IPv6 pages are unreachable. Of course, they can be displayed with firefox, konqueror, arora...
Warod
1/24/10
Warod
In Linux Chrome, no proxy and the very same problem as madrioso is having. IPv6 enabled websites not loading except ipv6.google.com
Warod
1/24/10
Warod
Actually did some more research and noticed that IPv6 enabled site loaded awfully slowly first time but after it loaded, it reloaded like a charm. Meanwhile PING went through without delay. Will investigate further to see if I can find a reason for IPv6 hickups.
258TonY852
9/24/11
258TonY852
Yes, but you should enable it in chrome://net-internals/#dns
Alistair Bailey
7/12/13
Alistair Bailey
Hi All,
 
Apologies for resurrecting an old thread, this one was near the top of a search.
 
I have been having trouble with the IPv6 setting in chrome://net-internals#dns.
It seems that it doesn't persist between browser sessions, I have to enable it each time I open my browser. Can anyone advise whether they have encountered this, and how they overcame it (if they managed to) please?
 
Thanks!
Marc Pergolizzi
7/16/13
Marc Pergolizzi
I have the same issue, anyone know how to make this change permanent?
Scott Albers
7/19/13
Scott Albers
I'd like to make IPv6 permanent as well. As a workaround, you can launch it with a switch to enable it...
 
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --enable-ipv6
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