24 Dec '17, 7am

12/21 IPv6とHTTP/2を採用しているサイトをGoogleは問題なく処理する。ただし、Pv4と HTTP/1.xもサポートしておくべきだ。さらにFAGでダブルチェックしておくことが望ましい。とジョンさん。 https://t.co/64GaAYvlXx

Google's John Mueller said Google can handle sites on IPv6 & HTTP/2 all just fine with Google web search. But John also recommends that the set up also supports the older infrastructure, IPv4 & HTTP/1.x, which is typically how these are set up by default anyway, because it helps Googlebot and other crawlers & user-agents get access to your content, he said. John wrote: Sites on HTTPS, with support for IPv6 & HTTP/2, work fine in Google Search - lots of sites support that infrastructure. For Googlebot, and other crawlers & user-agents, it's important that IPv4 & HTTP/1.x support continues to exist on a site, but that's generally how this infrastructure is set up, especially if you're using a more common hoster / CDN. Then if you want to set to make sure GoogleBot is not having issues with your site, just use the fetch and render tool in Google Search Console and you should ...

Full article: https://www.seroundtable.com/google-ipv6-http-2-24955.htm...

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