Network Engineering was split off from Super User and Server Fault so that professional network engineers did not need to wade through a huge amount of other questions to find questions and answers for professional networking.
Opening up Network Engineering to questions that do not directly relate to questions other than those about "professionally managed networks in a business environment" really defeats the whole purpose of the site. The community decided early on what types of questions should be allowed, and what type of questions do not interest the community.
There are plenty of questions here, on Meta, about what should or should not be allowed on the main Q&A site. For example, What is ON-topic? Let's improve our FAQ/Help, where it explains:
Network Protocols' Design/Theory –
Network protocol questions, like 'Why does Cisco's bgp process pack
update packets in path attribute groups like this?' or ' Why does OSPF
use this next hop address for these external LSAs?'
Application level protocols (example, host / server protocols above
the TCP / UDP / ICMP PDUs) are explicitly off topic.
Note the last sentence. Your question on the main site is about something above OSI layer-4.
You are free to try to change the mind of the community, but if you read the Meta questions and answers, you will find that such things have been routinely rejected over the years. The site community is focused on questions and answers about professionally managed networks. Other SE sites, such a Super User, do entertain questions about peer-to-peer network overlays, but those are not really used in most business networks.