Science and technology is the perfect thing society could ever ask for. When Web Protocol (IP) was developed decades in the past, the global, knowledge-intensive internet was an inconceivable consequence. Because of this, IP is plagued with complexities and inefficiencies because of community providers being grafted on in an effort to bring it on top of things with contemporary networks. As a counterweight, the 4D Network research mission, hosted at Carnegie Mellon College , aims to exchange IP as the basis of computer networking 4D, on this case, refers to 4 community planes: resolution, dissemination, discovery and information. 4D networking takes a clean-slate approach to network management, and is guided by three ideas: Network-stage goals that can be expressed as goals for the network in its entirety; well timed and correct network-broad views of topology, visitors and events; and offering direct management to community operators. If 4D does indeed overtake IP as the go-to networking protocol, it might have huge implications for networks as we all know them – however given IP’s track record, we would not hedge our bets on that occuring anytime too soon.