Originally Posted by krone6
If every device is configured for ipv6, yes. Get two hosts running ipv6 and put something in between that can handle the request. Ping the other host but include the %[number] as this is very important. Without that, the ping fails. I forgot why it's so important but it's for ipv6 works.
If every device is configured for IPv6, then I would consider it to be IPv6 native :P. I'm talking about tunneling IPv6 through an IPv4-only router
You can also use Ping6 to ping an IPv6 address