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One small step: Google officially supports IPv6

According to a post on the Official Google Blog, the search company is "pleased to let you know that Google search is also available over IPv6."

So far, big Internet destinations that have enabled IPv6, the next generation Internet Protocol, have been far and few between. This changed two months ago, as the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), inventors of IPv6, prepared for a night without IPv4. Hours before the IETF was scheduled to turn off the current version of the protocol that powers the Internet, Google made its search service available under ipv6.google.com. As I noted in the article two months ago, the new IPv6 incarnation of Google's homepage is a good showcase, but links for mail and maps pointing to non-IPv6 servers. And the fact that ipv6.google.com is only accessible over IPv6 rather than over both versions of IP make hard to start using this version of the site.

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