WINNT.TXT Driver File Contents (EN2220.zip)

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			Accton Technology Corporation
                          EN2220 Fast EtherCard-32 
                    10/100 Fast Ethernet CardBus PC Card

                       Windows NT Driver Installation
                       

File Description

ACC2220.SY_	  Windows NT 3.51 and 4.0 NDIS 3.1 driver 

EN2220.DL_	  Setup file used during driver installation

WINNT.TXT	  This documentation file


Driver installation for Microsoft Windows NT 3.51
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   1)  In the Main group of NT, select the Control Panel icon.

   2)  In the Control Panel window, select the Network icon.

   3)  In the Network Settings dialog box, select the Add Adapter button.
       The Add Network Adapter dialog box appears.

   4)  In the list of network cards, select "<other> Requires disk from
       manufacturer", and then press <Enter> button.

   5)  Insert this driver disk in drive A. Enter drive and pathname A:\
       and click the OK button.

   6)  In the Select OEM Option dialog box, the follwoing adapter name is
       displyed. Select this adapter and click the OK button to install it.

		Accton EN2220 Fast Ethernet CardBus PC Card

   7)  The Accton EN2220 Card Setup dialog box appears.  you should
       specify the correct values of these parameters for EN2220 to work.
       Check the section on "EN2220 NDIS 3.1 Driver Parameters for Windows NT" 
       for more information about how to configure the parameters.

   8)  The system copies  ACC2220.SY_ from the \WINNT directory on the driver
       disk to C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\ACC2220.SYS, and the OEMSETNT.INF
       from \WINNT to C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32 but gives it another name 
       (e.g. OEMNAD??.INF).  If you remove the EN2220 driver and would like
       to re-install it later, you do not need the driver disk again.

       In the above we assumed C:\WINNT is the directory where the Windows NT
       system files are installed.

   9)  To complete network installation, remember binding the adapter to
       transport drivers by selecting the "Bindings" button under the Network 
       Setting dialog box.

  10)  Insert the Accton EN2220 card in one of the CardBus sockets.  Attach
       the coupler to the back of the card, and connect a cable from the 
       RJ-45 connector at the back of the coupler to a hub or switch.
       Note if you are attaching to a 100 Mbps network, the cable has to
       have the grading of CAT-5.

       You can now shutdown and restart the computer.  Please note at 
       Windows NT initialization, EN2220 must be properly connected to a 
       hub or switch; otherwise the card and driver would not come up correctly.

Driver installation for Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
------------------------------------------------

   1)  From Windows NT desktop, double click on "My Computer", 
       "Control Panel", and "Network" icons.

   2)  In the "Network" window, click the "Adapters" tab, and the "Add"
       button.  In the "Select Network Adapter" window, click the "Have 
       Disk" button.

   3)  Insert the Accton EN2220 Driver Disk in the diskette drive.

   4)  In the "Insert Disk" dialog box, enter the diskette drive path 
       name, i.e. A:\ (or B:\), and then click OK.

   5)  In the "Select OEM Option" box, select "Accton EN2220 Fast 
       Ethernet CardBus PC Card", and then click the OK button.

   6)  When the "Accton EN2220 CardBus PC Card Setup" window shows up, 
       you have to setup the EN2220 configuration parameters as 
       described in the next section.  When you are done, click the 
       OK button.

   7)  In the "Network" window, click the Close button.  Windows NT then
       goes through a binding process.  When this process is complete, 
       Windows NT prompts you to restart the computer.  Click on the 
       Yes button.

   8)  Insert the Accton EN2220 card in one of the CardBus sockets.  Attach
       the coupler to the back of the card, and connect a cable from the 
       RJ-45 connector at the back of the coupler to a hub or switch.
       Note if you are attaching to a 100 Mbps network, the cable has to
       have the grading of CAT-5.

       You can now shutdown and restart the computer.  Please note at 
       Windows NT initialization, EN2220 must be properly connected to a 
       hub or switch; otherwise the card and driver would not come up correctly.


EN2220 NDIS 3.1 Driver Parameters for Windows NT
------------------------------------------------

   1)  Connection_Type:      
          Specify the attached medium type. Default is AutoSense.

   2)  I/O_Port:	     
          Specify the  starting address of I/O port range.
          The default value is D000.

   3)  Memory_Base_Address:  
          Specify the starting address of the Shared Memory range. 
          The default value is D0000.

   4)  Interrupt_Number:     
          Specify the IRQ number.
          The default value is IRQ 11.

   5)  Socket_Number:	     
          Specify the socket number in which an EN2220 is inserted.
          The default value is "Auto detect".

   6)  Interrupt_Style:      
          Specify the CardBus bridge interrupt routing strategy. 
	  Default is "PCI-IRQ-Routed".

   7)  Interrupt_Routing:    
          Specify which interrupt pin is used while the CardBus
          bridge is using "PCI-IRQ-Routed". Default is "INT A".

   8)  Store_And_Forward:    
          Setting this parameter causes the NIC to disable
          the transmit data pipeline operation. Default is "ON".

  It is extremely important to assign correct values for the 
  "Interrupt_Number" (IRQ value) and "Interrupt_Style" parameters.  
  If the system uses the "PCI-IRQ-Routed" interrupt style, it is also 
  important to assign the correct PCI "Interrupt_Routing" value (i.e. 
  INT A or INT B.)

  If in doubt about the values to assign to these parameters, you are
  advised to execute the CBOPEN.EXE card enabling program in a native 
  MS-DOS system first.  CBOPEN.EXE displays the IRQ value used, as well 
  as the  system's interrupt style.  For the Windows NT driver, you should 
  assign the same values to the above parameters as those displayed by 
  CBOPEN.

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