P2 Network Setting Software
- Ver. 2.0.0 April 25, 2017
- Information about a bonding device such as the state of communication, battery remaining capacity, etc. can be displayed on the camera.
- This function is extended so that the information can be obtained via Live-U central server.
Network Profile data is used for this operation, so the P2 Network Setting Software is changed so that the data can be edited.
7 Professional (SP1), Ultimate (SP1) 32bit/64bit
• SD memory card
SD memory cards that conform SD, SDHC and SDXC standard.
Use of Panasonic SD memory cards
is recommended. And be sure to format cards on the P2 equipments
This is a software tool that makes it easy to
set up the network functions of P2 equipment.
It can encrypt
setting data (password, etc.) and create setting files on SD
All that is required for setting up is to load
this SD card onto P2 equipment.
• This tool
encrypt setting data and create the following files.
Both files can be stored in same SD card.
Setting file for file transfer function (FTP or SSH) :
Setting file for streaming function
(General or LiveU) : p2stream.cnf
setting files will be stored in SD card’s
AJ-PX5000 Ver 31.98-00-0.00 or higher
AJ-PX270 Ver 27.73-00-0.00 or higher
AJ-PX800 Ver 27.62-00-0.00 or higher
→ • Streaming
function for LiveU
P2 equipment itself has to be
operated to start this streaming.
Setting up this
function cannot be carried out through the menu of P2
Please be sure to use this tool for that.
→ • Streaming
function for General (except LiveU) *
Starting the streaming by operating P2 equipment
starting the streaming by operating application software,
this tool is not available.
set the necessary setting items like user name, password,
etc. using application software.
FTP CLIENT function *
Clips recorded by P2 equipment
can be transferred to server equipment via a network.
* Note : It is also possible to set up the function by
operating the menu of P2 equipment. But this tool is more
convenient because it is easy to enter necessary URL or
password using a PC.
For details, please refer to Operating Instructions
of P2 equipments.