Accton Technology Corporation EN2220 Fast EtherCard-32 10/100 Fast Ethernet CardBus PC Card File Description: ----------------- \1STEP\1STEP.TXT Readme File \1STEP.BAT EN2220 Installation and Configuration Batch File \CBSTEP.EXE MPX Link, Hardware Diagnosis, and Software Installation Utility Starting the Program ==================== From a DOS prompt, insert the Driver Diskette in the floppy drive (e.g. A:), and type: 1STEP 1STEP.BAT executes the EN2220 DOS enabler program CBOPOEN.EXE, and then the EN2220 installation and diagnosis program CBSTEP.EXE. Note that 1STEP.BAT, CBOPEN.EXE, and CBSTEP.EXE are designed to work in a native DOS environment. It is not recommended to run these programs in a DOS box under the Windows 95 or Windows NT operating systems. CBSTEP provides the following functions: MPX Link Hardware Diagnosis Software Installation These functions appear as selection items in the CBSTEP Main Menu. MPX Link ========= You can use this function to automatically log on to a Novell NetWare server. This function copies the appropriate drivers from the Driver Diskette to your hard disk, creates the necessary configuration files, initializes the network adapter, and logs onto the nearest NetWare server. Follow these steps to bring up the MPX Link function: 1. Execute 1STEP.BAT. 2. Click the <MPX Link> button. 3. Insert the EN2220 Driver Diskette in the floppy drive and press OK. CBSTEP copies all the necessary driver files to the \NWCLIENT directory on the hard disk. 4. CBSTEP creates the STARTNET.BAT file and the NET.CFG file. STARTNET.BAT specifies all the commands needed to log on to a Novell server. The NET.CFG file specifies the parameters for the EN2220 Novell Netware client (DOS/ODI) driver. 5. CBSTEP then executes STARTNET.BAT to log on to the nearest Novell Netware server. The server prompt appears. Hardware Diagnosis ================== 1. When you click on the "Hardware Diagnosis" button in the Main Menu, the EN2220 diagnostic program ACCTEST.EXE is invoked. ACCTEST.EXE displays all the EN2220 cards installed in the notebook. You can use the up and down arrow keys to select the card to test. 2. You can use the following function keys in ACCTEST: <F1> Resets all counters which report network status in the "Network Function Test" <F2> A toggle switch to turn the "Network Function Test" ON or OFF <ESC> Terminates current test and returns to CardBus PC Card selection screen ACCTEST tests several items. The screen displays either a PASS or a FAIL verdict to indicate the result of each test. If a test item fails, a description dialog box appears at the bottom of the screen to display an error message, the possible reason for the failure, and suggested solutions. Running the ACCTEST program on a single notebook verifies the proper functioning of the EN2220 CardBus PC Card installed in this notebook and the attached cables. However, this does not check if all the components on the network work correctly. For a more complete test, it is recommended to installed EN2220 cards in two notebooks, and bring up ACCTEST on both notebooks and use "Network Function Test" to command the notebooks to send packets to each other over the network. While the Network Function Test is running, the number of packets transmitted and the number of packets received since the start of the test are displayed on the screen. The CardBus PC Card's performance in bits per second (BPS) is also calculated and displayed. Software Installation ===================== This function helps the user to install driver files for various network operating environments. This function is most useful for installing the Novell Netware client (DOS/ODI) driver files. For most other operating systems, since these operating systems come with their own installation program and the user has to follow the installation steps exactly, the "Software Installation" function merely displays installation hints for the user. The user should also refer to the readme.txt files under each driver's subdirectory for a more specific instruction on driver installation. 1. Select the Network OS. 2. Select Frame Type (Novell only) --- Select the Frame Type required for EN2220. Selections include Ethernet_802.2, Ethernet_802.3, Ethernet_II, Ethernet_SNAP. The default frame type for NetWare 3.x is Ethernet_802.3 and for NetWare 4.0 is Ethernet_802.2. 3. Selecting Media Type --- The default Media Type is Auto Detect. Selections includes the following: 1. Auto Negotiation 2. 100BaseTx 3. 100BaseTx Full_Duplex 4. 10BaseT 5. 10BaseT Full_Duplex 4. Specify the Driver's Directory Location --- Enter the desired directory location to install software in the box labeled "Target Directory". 5. Menu Bar Command --- The menu bar under the title bar contains File, Action and Help menu items. Selecting any of these opens a pull-down menu containing a list of commands. Use the mouse or keyboard to make a selection; and follow the instructions to complete the operation. * File Menu --- displays commands for opening a DOS shell or exiting to CBSTEP's main screen. * Action Menu --- contains commands to install the selected software or update the specified drivers. These functions can also be performed by using the <F2> and <F3> function keys. * Help Menu --- provides software version and copyright information under the "About" command. The "Help" command provides on-line assistance for the functions available in CBSTEP. 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