Concerning the IP you are talking about, is it the protocol or another way to communicate? What comes to mind is a way to communicate. IP version 6, which was developed some 15 years ago, should take more space. It is based on the quantity of available IP addresses. It is another way to communicate. All devices are capable of doing it, but an adaptation is needed to increase communications security.
IP version 4, which is being used now and is the foundation of the modern Internet network, is not at all secure. In that sense, it may be possible to insist on IP version 6 being adopted as an addressing plan.