** ** ** ** VIA Rhine Family Fast Ethernet Adapter ** ** ODI Driver for NetWare 3.11 Servers ** ** v4.16 Feb. 2003 ** ** Introduction: ============= The Fast Ethernet 10M/100M ODI Driver for NetWare 3.11 Servers confirms to the Novell Open Data-Link Interface (ODI) specification. This document shows you how to setup the driver and how to use the enhanced functions by setting the custom keywords. Contents of the Subdirectory: ============================= NW311.TXT This file. FETNWSA.LAN The ODI driver for NetWare 3.11 Server. ETHERTSM.NLM Patch file for Netware 3.11 Server. LSLENH.NLM Patch file for Netware 3.11 Server. MONITOR.NLM Patch file for Netware 3.11 Server. MSM31X.NLM Patch file for Netware 3.11 Server. PATCHMAN.NLM Patch file for Netware 3.11 Server. Installation: ============= Before starting with the installation process, make sure that the adapter is properly installed and configured. You can use the diagnostic program (A:\SETUP.EXE) in DOS mode to make sure your connection with the network is correct. Using Server Install utility: ----------------------------- 1) On the server console, execute the INSTALL.NLM program: LOAD INSTALL <Enter> 2) Choose "Driver Option/System Options". 3) You can add the LOAD and BIND command lines to the AUTOEXEC.NCF file so that the LAN driver will be loaded automatically while the server is starting up. You should load LSLENH.NLM first before you load driver. Loading Driver Manually: ------------------------ 1) On the server console, load LSLENH.NLM first, for example: LOAD A:\NETWARE\NWSERVER.311\LSLENH 2) On the server console, load the driver directly, for example: LOAD A:\NETWARE\NWSERVER.311\FETNWSA.LAN FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 name=tt 3) Bind with IPX: BIND IPX tt 4) You can login the server from a workstation, and then copy FETNWSA.LAN to the directory SYS:\SYSTEM on server. Add the LOAD and BIND command lines to AUTOEXEC.NCF file so that the lan driver will be loaded automatically while the server starting up next time. NOTE: ----- 1) Multiple Lan Adapters in a system: If you want to install mutiple lan adapters in a server, you have to use the keyword, SLOT, to let driver locate the right adapter. For example: LOAD FETNWSA.LAN SLOT=10 FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 NAME=Lan_1 BIND IPX TO Lan_1 NET=2001 LOAD FETNWSA.LAN SLOT=11 FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 NAME=Lan_2 BIND IPX TO Lan_2 NET=2002 2) Tagging ability : If keyword "TAG" is supported, the transmited packets will be tagged packets. It's only supportted by management adapter. 3) VLAN support : For now, we only support one VID value setting. It's only supportted by management adapter. 4) The original keywords "FULLDUPLE", "HALFDUPLE", "SPEED" and "AUTO" are still supported. Configuration Parameters: ========================= Custom Keywords: ---------------- FULLDUPLEX This keyword is used to force full duplex mode. (suggest use CONNECTIONTYPE instead of this keyword) HALFDUPLEX This keyword is used to force half duplex mode. (suggest use CONNECTIONTYPE instead of this keyword) SPEED This keyword is used to force Line Speed at 10 or 100 Mbps. (suggest use CONNECTIONTYPE instead of this keyword) AUTO This keyword is used to force the chip at Auto-Negotiation mode. (suggest use CONNECTIONTYPE instead of this keyword) CONNECTIONTYPE This keyword is used to specify media type. CONNECTIONTYPE=AutoSense CONNECTIONTYPE=10BASET CONNECTIONTYPE=10BASETFD CONNECTIONTYPE=100BASETX CONNECTIONTYPE=100BASETXFD FLOW_CONTROL This keyword is used to specify flow control ability. FLOW_CONTROL=DISABLE FLOW_CONTROL=ENABLE FLOW_CONTROL=HARDWARE_DEFAULT (default) TAG This keyword is used to enable TX tagging. It's combined with VID keyword for transmitting tagged packet. Only be supported by management adapter. TAG=ENABLE TAG=DISABLE (default) VID This keyword is used to support VLAN's VID. It's only worked when TAG keyword is enabled. Only be supported by management adapter. VID=1~4094Download Driver Pack
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