<================================================================> < HEWLETT PACKARD > < EN1207D-TX 10/100 Fast Ethernet PCI Adapter > < SOFTWARE DRIVER SUPPORT > < > < Copyright 1997-1998 HEWLETT PACKARD > < All Rights Reserved. > < > <================================================================> The drivers named EN1207D-TX contained in the \NDIS subdirectory of your Driver Diskette conform to the Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) defined by Microsoft/3Com. Installation Procedure ====================== 1. Insert DEC PATHWORKS Client Setup diskette #1 into your floppy drive (either A: or B:). 2. At the prompt, type the following and press <Enter> to bring up the startup menu: A:>NETSETUP <Enter> 3. You'll be asked if your keyboard type is LK250. Select "NO." If you are using an LK250 keyboard choose "YES." 4. Next, you'll be prompted to choose a transport option. Select the "DECNET transport option" and press <Enter> to proceed. 5. Your system will prompt you to insert DNET TRNSPRT diskette#1 into your floppy drive. Follow screen instructions. 6. Then you'll be prompted to specify a destination drive. Type C: or D: 7. When asked if you are creating an initial workstation diskette, select "NO." 8. Type in the node name and address (i.e., node number) in the corresponding field. Then press <Enter>. 9. Type in the server node name and address (i.e., node number) in the corresponding field. Then press <Enter>. 10. When asked to "Select the network adapter type:" choose Ethernet. 11. When prompted to "Select the network adapter:" choose "Other NDIS." 12. Indicate the subdirectory location of your NDIS driver in the HP Driver Diskette. For example, type the following: A:\NDIS\DOS\HPND2.DOS or A:\MSLANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\HP\EN1207D\HPND2.DOS 13. When prompted, indicate the subdirectory location of the PROTOCOL.INI file in the HP Driver Diskette. For example, type the following: A:\NDIS\DOS\ or A:\MSLANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\HP\EN1207D\ 14. Select "WRITE KEY DISK" to save the settings that you have chosen. When prompted to copy the HPND2.DOS and PROTOCOL.INI files, insert the HP Driver Diskette into your floppy drive. 15. Follow screen instructions to complete installation. 16. From the Configuration screen, press F10 to exit to C:\. 17. Edit the PROTOCOL.INI file from the DECNET subdirectory. Remove the semicolon (;) from the statement "NI_IRQ = 5" under the [DATALINK] section. 18. Make sure that the IRQ value used in the HPND2.DOS driver matches the NI_IRQ value in the [DATALINK] statement. Sample Configuration Files -------------------------- 1. CONFIG.SYS File shell=c:\command.com /P /E:526 device=c:\decnet\himem.sys rem *** do not add the EMM386.exe to this file *** REM device=C:\dos\EMM386.EXE ram 1024 dos=high, UMB devicehigh=c:\decnet\protman.sys /I:D:\DECNET devicehigh=c:\decnet\hpnd2.dos rem device=c:\decnet\nddrv.sys rem device=c:\decnet\npdrv.sys FILES=50 BUFFERS=50 LASTDRIVE=v STACKS=9,256 2. PROTOCOL.INI file for PATHWORKS v4.1 ; PROTOCOL.INI file create by DNETOMO.V41 V4.1.060 ; via DNETWIK.V41 V4.1.047 [protocol manager] DRIVERNAME = PROTMAN$ [IPX4MAC] DRIVER = IPX$MAC BINDINGS = HPND2.DOS [DATALINK] DRIVERNAME = DLL$MAC LG_BUFFERS = 16 SM_BUFFERS = 6 OUTSTANDING = 32 HEURISTICS = 0 BINDINGS = HPND2.DOS ;Specify IRQ level used by workstations network adapter ;You can get the IRQ value from driver loading message NI_IRQ = 3 [HPND2.DOS] ; PROTOCOL.INI for HP EN1207D-TX PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter drivername = HPND2$ 3. AUTOEXEC.BAT echo off break on cls prompt $p$g REM Insert any keyboard internationalization and character REM set information here. if not exist \decnet\STARTNET.BAT goto nostartup call \decnet\STARTNET goto end :nostartup echo ** WARNING ** STARTNET.BAT file not found. echo ** Network functions not performed --- All trademarks or brand names mentioned are properties of their respective companies. --- END of File ---Download Driver Pack
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