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Re: Content provider plans
- From: Bill Stewart
- Date: Tue Jun 05 18:28:01 2007
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On 5/30/07, Michal Krsek <[email protected]> wrote:
Few weeks ago I had interesting discussion with *unnamed* Google VIP. His
answer has been:
"Google engineers doesn't see need to spend money on building IPv6 infrastructure.
You, as user, can motivate them by sending request supporting this idea."
I see three main ways Google might use IPv6 infrastructure
-- Using IPv6 for scanning IPv6-distributed web pages, at least for
-- Accepting search requests over IPv6 http for users who want that
-- Glue, internal applications, etc.
The first application is probably the most important - if there's
(ostensibly, at least) content on the web that's only available via
IPv6, they may still want it (though IPv4-only search engine users may
not be able to get it except via Google's cache.) Internal
applications might benefit from IPv6, but there's probably enough room
in IPv4 10.0.0.0/8 for Google, at least for a while. IPv6 web users
will need IPv6-to-IPv4 gateways for a while...
Note that this isn't my regular email account - It's still experimental so far.
And Google probably logs and indexes everything you send it.