Facebook will launch a test site for the IPv6 protocol
Next June 6, 2012 will begin the final move from Internet Protocol IPv4 to the new IPv6.
, IPv6 will coexist with the previous version, which remains the most widespread. It is expected that IPv6 will gradually replace IPv4 as the user devices, applications and services to adapt. Facebook has already taken the first step already taken steps to implement this protocol.
The social network has agreed to allow access over IPv6 to users in most of their access points HTTP and HTTPS. The May 18 will activate the new protocol for developers in the direction beta.facebook.com, allowing enough time to test your applications and correct errors.