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In this poster, we propose a content centric protocol for the filtering and the distribution of data between users. This protocol has the advantage of working either in current IP networks or new networking frameworks like the ANA framework. Our protocol consists of a distributed filtering process associated to a dynamic optimization process that selects the best content matching a client request at a given time. The performance evaluation of the protocol presented a satisfactory behavior in IP networks, while the implementation done using the ANA prototype allowed to adapt our protocol to a new autonomic framework that we hope, will be one of the leading autonomic framework of the future generation networks. However, we have a lot of work to do. We are working on a Java prototype to be deployed in platforms like Planetlab and Onelab in order to test its performance in a large-scale IP infrastructures. We are also working on the deployment of the implemented prototype in an ANA testbed and the execution some scenarios that could help us to prove its autonomic features.