Oleksandr is correct. The connection between codec and camera is via Camera Control & HDMI. While HDMI passes video from the camera to the codec, the work of the Camera Control cable is to use Visca protocol to send/recieve signals from the codec. The upgrade is pushed using the same cable. Hence, if the cameras are daisy chained, only the camera connected using the Camera Control cable is upgraded automatically by the codec. All the other cameras need to be either directly connected or upgraded through FTP procedure mentioned in the document shared by Patrick.
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