IP-852 (also known as EIA-852 and CEA-852) is an IP protocol developed by Echelon to allow routing LonWorks packets over TCP/IP networks. It is supported by Echelon’s i.LON® products as well as by PCs running LNS and third party products from Loytec and others.
- IP-852 Channel User’s Guide – Echelon Corporation
- Ports: 1628 and 1629 (default)
- Protocol: Echelon mentions UDP and TCP, but doesn’t clearly state if both are used.
- MD5 authentication
- One IP-852 channel can connect multiple FT-10, TP-1250, or other channels together.
- One channel can contain 256 devices. More channels can be used if more devices need to be connected.
- www.lonmark.org/technical_resources/standards – List of standards on LonMark® website.
- ISO/IEC 14908-4 – IP compatibility (tunneling) technology
- IP-852 – Another name (commonly used) for the CEA-852 or ISO/IEC 14908-4 standards or the protocol described by these standards.
- EIA-852 – former name for current CEA-852 standard
- CEA-852 – protocol standard – this is the same standard that was adopted as ISO/IEC 14908-4.