Molecular dynamics simulations have been performed to learn temperature, composition, pressure dependencies of the diffusivity and structures in the system having ion channels and network formers. Validity of the thermodynamic scaling in the lithium silicate glasses and melts is shown, where the scaling concept is extended with an aid of a percolation aspect of the ion channels. All diffusion coefficients of ions of different compositions, temperatures, pressures are successfully represented by a single master curve as a function of system volumes, temperatures and volume fraction of M2O part. It enables us to predict the diffusivity in different conditions. Furthermore, it suggests an applicability of scaling concept for the sub-structures in more complex systems. Nearby points on the master curve have the comparable MSD as well as self-part of the van Hove functions. Similarity is observed from an early term region. This observation is consistent to our previous claims [K. L. Ngai, J. Habasaki, D. Prevosto, S. Capaccioli, Marian Paluch, J. Chem. Phys. 137, 034511 (2012)] that the thermodynamic scaling of α-Relaxation time stems from the Johari-Goldstein β-relaxation or the primitive relaxation of the coupling model.