<================================================================> < Hewlett-Packard > < EN1207D-TX PCI 10/100 Fast Ethernet Adapter > < NetWare Server and Workstation Driver Installation > < > < Copyright (C) 1998 HEWLETT PACKARD > < All Rights Reserved. > <================================================================> NetWare DOS ODI Server Driver Installation for Novell 3.12 Novell 4.10 and Novell 4.11 ===================================================================== NOTE: 1207ODI.LAN supports Novell 3.12, Novell 4.10 and Novell 4.11 ===================================================================== The driver 1207ODI.COM is used for Novell 3.1x and 4.x network environments. This section describes its installation. Once fully installed a workstation running this driver can log into a server running either NetWare v3.1x or v4.x. Requirements ------------ Make sure you have the following: 1. Driver Diskette 2. Novell DOS ODI Workstation Services Diskette Make a backup copy of your Driver Diskette and use the backup as your working diskette. Installation Procedure ---------------------- 1. Make sure that your network adapter is properly installed and the adapter proper configured to the appropriate hardware settings. 2. Run the following commands in the order given below, indicating the directory location or path for each command. Then press <Enter> after each line to continue. lsl <Enter> 1207odi <Enter> ipxodi <Enter> Note ---- 1207ODI is the adapter's workstation driver for the Novell 3.1x and 4.x environments. If problems occur during the loading operation error messages will be shown onscreen to indicate unsuccessful loading of the driver. Installation Notes ------------------ 1. The NET.CFG file is automatically read when driver installation is successful. It contains the adapter's hardware and software configuration. Sample NET.CFG File ------------------- LINK DRIVER 1207ODI FRAME Ethernet_802.3 FRAME Ethernet_802.2 FRAME Ethernet_II FRAME Ethernet_SNAP NetWare DOS Requester FIRST NETWORK DRIVE = F NETWARE PROTOCOL = NDS BIND MAX IPG = 0 See your NetWare 386 Installation Manual for more information about the NET.CFG file. 2. With the release of NetWare 4.x, Novell has changed the setting of the default Ethernet frame type to Ethernet 802.2. This is to allow better protocol support. In addition, additional features were added, including IPX with checksum, security enhancement and protocol independence. When using NetWare 4.x, make sure that the frame type is bound before logging into the server. Novell NetWare V3.12 AND V4.10 Server Driver Installation ========================================================= 1. Things You Need --------------- Before you start with the installation process make sure you have the following : a) Hardware Driver Disk b) Novell NetWare Version 3.12 AND V4.10 System Diskette 2. How To Install O.S. Driver -------------------------- a) Insert the HP Driver Disk into drive A and check the contents of subdirectory \NETWARE\3.12 It should contain the following file: 1207ODI.LAN --- Novell NetWare V3.12 Server Driver b) Copy the contents of the Novell NetWare 386 Version 3.11 System Diskette into your NetWare 386 server station hard disk. Please refer to your Novell NetWare 386 Installation Manual for details. c) Copy the 1207ODI.LAN file from the Hardware Driver Disk into the NetWare server station hard disk. d) Run SERVER.EXE on the server station. Several NetWare messages will be shown on-screen. e) At the NetWare prompt (indicated by a colon), run the driver program, type the following line if using one adapter: : LOAD [d:]1207ODI Frame=frame_type <Enter> or type the following line if more adapters are used: : LOAD [d:]1207ODI SLOT=board# Frame=frame_type where board# is 0 to 4, because the number of adapters supported is 4 (You can reference the autoexec.ncf example included in the floppy) LOAD 1207ODI SLOT=0 FRAME=Ethernet_802.3 BIND IPX 1207ODI LOAD 1207ODI SLOT=0 FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 BIND IPX 1207ODI LOAD 1207ODI SLOT=0 FRAME=Ethernet_SNAP BIND IPX 1207ODI LOAD 1207ODI SLOT=0 FRAME=Ethernet_II BIND IPX 1207ODI f) Bind IPX with LAN driver; at the Netware server prompt, type: :BIND IPX 1207ODI <Enter> After pressing <Enter>, the computer prompts you for the Network Number. For details on how to assign this number, please consult your NetWare 386 Installation Manual. If problems occur during the binding process, your screen will prompt you with error messages. Please refer to your NetWare 386 manual for details on these messages. The LAN driver installation is completed when you see the following message onscreen: IPX LAN Protocol bound to NE Mode vx.xxRxx (yymmdd). Novell NetWare V4.11 Server Driver Installation =============================================== Requirements ------------ Make sure you have the following: 1. Driver Diskette Installation Procedure ---------------------- 1. Insert the Driver Diskette that comes with the package into drive A: and check the contents of the subdirectory \NETWARE\4.11. It should have the following files: 1207ODI.LAN ----> your Novell NetWare v4.x Server Driver 1207ODI.LDI ----> your Novell NetWare v4.x Server Driver configuration files 2. At the NetWare prompt (indicated by the Server name), run the INSTALL.NLM program by typing: server name: LOAD INSTALL <Enter> 3. Follow screen instruction to complete the process. Respond to prompts displayed on the screen. Select the following items in the order given below. Press <Enter> to confirm each choice: Maintenance/Selective Install <Enter> LAN Driver Options (Configure/Load/...) <Enter> 4. Press the <Ins> key to insert other drivers you wish to install. 5. Press <F3> to display the driver loading path as follows: A:\NETWARE\4.11 <Enter> 6. The 1207ODI.LAN will appear as an item under the "Select a LAN Driver" menu. Choose the correct board number and Select it to load the driver and start the binding process. This will allow you to load and bind all 4 frame types supported by NetWare. 7. Next time you reboot your NetWare 4.11 server, do so by following steps 2 to 4 above. Notes about the Novell v4.x and the v3.1x drivers -------------------------------------------------- 1. The NetWare v4.x and v3.11 drivers have different architectures. When using NetWare v4.x, you should load the NBI.NLM, MSM.NLM and ETHERTSM.NLM modules before loading server driver 1207ODI.LAN. 2. 1207ODI.LAN is your server driver for NetWare v4.x. When loading 1207ODI.LAN, it will check whether or not these three modules (NBI.NLM, MSM.NLM and ETHERTSM.NLM) have been loaded. If not, it will load them automatically. 3. After the 1207ODI.LAN is loaded, type the "MODULES" command to view and confirm that the additional modules, MSM.NLM and ETHERTSM.NLM are loaded. 4. The default frame type 1207ODI.LAN binding for NetWare v4.x is Ethernet_802.2 and not Ethernet_802.3. 5. If you have any trouble loading NLM modules , Please refer autoexec.ncf in each directory. Parameters Description for 1207ODI.LAN --------------------------------------- The following parameters are used in 1207ODI.LAN. 1.> SLOT : specify which adapter is enabled when multiple EN1207D-TX are found in your computer. The SLOT keyword is a index value corresponding to PCI BIOS. The mapping from SLOT to physical PCI slot is different from one machine to the other. Ex: LOAD 1207ODI SLOT=3 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2 LOAD 1207ODI SLOT=4 FRAME=ETHERNET_II 2.> FRAME : specify which frame type is used by the driver. Accepted values are Ethernet_802.2, Ethernet_802.3, Ethernet_II and Ethernet_SNAP. Multiple frame types can be enabled by the drive by loading the same driver with different FRAME type. Ex: LOAD 1207ODI FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2 LOAD 1207ODI FRAME=ETHERNET_802.3 LOAD 1207ODI FRAME=ETHERNET_II LOAD 1207ODI FRAME=ETHERNET_SNAP 3.> NODE : Use a different address to replace the node address burned in EEPROM. Ex: LOAD 1207ODI NODE=0200E8001122 TRADEMARKS ========== All trademarks or brand names mentioned are trademarks of their respective companies. ==End of File ==Download Driver Pack
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