The following graph shows you which version relays are running:
As you can see most relays were running Tor 0.2.3 and somewhen in the middle of December 2013 they started to upgrade. Tor started to support IPv6 exits with version 0.2.4.8-alpha (see #5547). So most of the running relays are not able to exit to IPv6 addresses even if they have the underlying network. This might improve as more and more upgrade to the recent 0.2.4 series.
I tried to find some other IPv6 exits using Atlas and Torstatus, but couldn't find any. It seems that the sites do not support it at the moment. However I also asked in the Tor chat (#tor on OFTC). I was pointed to
cached-microdescs. They contain at the moment nearly 250 Tor relays, ca. 30 are exits.
So you can set
ClientUseIPv6 1 in your
torrc and go to
ipv6.google.com.YOURRELAY.exit (YOURRELAY should be the name or fingerprint of your exit). That way you might be able to see if some traffic exits on your relay or if there are problems.
In the case of a non-exit relay you can additionally do the following:
EntryNodes YOURRELAY in your
torrc. The value of
YOURRELAY should be the name or fingerprint of you relay.
StrictNodes 1. This ensures that only you relay will be used.
- Restart Tor.
- Try a view websites and have a look at your relay.