README.TXT Driver File Contents (DE220PC-PCT.zip)

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NOTES ON
Installing D-Link DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter
For NetWare Driver users
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    (c) 1997 Copyright D-Link Corporation  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

This document contains installation notes, which is not included in the
DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter USER'S GUIDE or onscreen instructions,
for NetWare Driver users regarding D-Link DE-220 Family Eternet Adapter
installation.

This document contains information on the following topics:

1.0 Introduction
2.0 Installation Notes
3.0 Keywords Available
    3.1 Client ODI for DOS keywords Avaiable
    3.2 Netware Server and Client 32 for DOS/WIN31 Keywords Available
    3.3 Client 32 for Windows NT Keywords Available
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1.0 Introduction
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    The DE-220 Family Ethernet PC Card Installation diskette contains
    NetWare driver programs and installation notes for some of the most
    popular operating systems which support NetWare drivers.

2.0 Installation Notes
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    To view these installation notes, please refer to the following.
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        File            Description/Installation Notes
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    C32NT.TXT           Netware Client 32 for Windows NT text file
    C32DOS.TXT          Netware Client 32 for MS-DOS/Windows 3.x text file
    DOSODI.TXT          NetWare DOS Client installation text file
    NW312.TXT           NetWare 3.12 Server installation text file
    NW4XX.TXT           NetWare 4.x Server installation text file
    NWLITE.TXT          NetWare Lite installation text file
    OS2ODI.TXT          NetWare OS/2 Client installation text file
    LANSMART.TXT        Netware DOS Client for D-Link LANsmart text file
    PRSNLNW.TXT         Personal Netware installation text file
    README.TXT          Overall notes for all NetWare users

3.0 Keywords Available
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    3.1 Client ODI for DOS Keywords Availabe
    ----------------------------------------
    This note lists the available NET.CFG keywords for the ODI for
    DOS device driver users.

    Most of the keywords are optional and come with default values.
    The available keywords, led by ";", for the NET.CFG file are as
    follows:

    Example:

                   NET.CFG
            -----------------------
            Protocol IPX
            Bind #1

            Link Driver DE22X
        ;   node address 0080c8000002
            frame Ethernet_802.3
        ;   frame Ethernet_802.2
        ;   frame Ethernet_II
        ;   frame Ethernet_SNAP

            Protocol IPX 00 Ethernet_802.3
        ;   Protocol IPX E0 Ethernet_802.2
        ;   Protocol IPX 8137 Ethernet_II

            AUTODETECT              ; Auto selects media type
        ;   UTP                     ; Selects UTP connector
        ;   AUI                     ; Selects AUI connector
        ;   BNC                     ; Selects BNC connector
            SA                      ; Searches all DE-220 Family Adapters
        ;   EarlyTx                 ; Early Transmit packet
        ;   JITIOFF                 ; Disable JITI function
        ;   JITION                  ; Enable JITI function

    Keyword Definition
    ------------------
    Node Address - This keyword specifies the node address (in hex) used
                   by the adapter. This option is used only to override
                   the node address stored in the adapter. If this keyword
                   is included,  the specified address will be used
                   instead of the adapter's actual node address.

    PORT - This keyword specifies the I/O base address used by the
           adapter. This value must match the actual I/O base address
           setting on the adapter. If this keyword is not specified,
           the default value will be put into effect.

    INT - This keyword specifies the interrupt line used by the adapter.
          This value must match the actual IRQ setting on the adapter.
          If this keyword is not specified, the default value will be put
          into effect.

    FRAME - This keyword specifies the supported frame types. Four types
            are available:

                ETHERNET_802.3
                ETHERNET_802.2
                ETHERNET_II
                ETHERNET_SNAP

    UTP - This keyword specifies the UTP port on the adapter.

    BNC - This keyword specifies the BNC port on the adapter.

    AUI - This keyword specifies the AUI port on the adapter.

    AUTODETECT - This keyword specifies auto-detection of the port used
                 by the adapter.

    SA - This keyword searches for all DE-220 Family Ethernet adapters.

    EarlyTx - This keyword enable the Early Transmit packet function, it
              will improve the performance.

    JITIOFF - This keyword disable the "Just In Time Interrupt" function.

    JITION  - This keyword enable the "Just In Time Interrupt" function.

    3.2 Netware Server and Client 32 for DOS/WIN31 Keywords Available
    -----------------------------------------------------------------
    This note lists the available keywords NetWare Server and
    Client 32 for DOS/WIN31 device driver users.

    EarlyTx = 1 - Enable the "Early Transmition" function to enhance the
                  performance.
            = 0 - Disable the "Early Transmition" function.

    JITI = 1 - Enable the "Just In Time Interrupt" function to enhance the
               performance.
         = 0 - Disable the "Just In Time Interrupt" function.

    ISA - This keyword for DE-200 Family Ethernet legacy ISA adapters or
          Plug and Play function is disable.

    SEARCHOFF - Do not search for all DE-220 Family Ethernet adapters.

    UTP - This keyword specifies the UTP port on the adapter.

    BNC - This keyword specifies the BNC port on the adapter.

    AUI - This keyword specifies the AUI port on the adapter.

    AUTODETECT - This keyword specifies auto-detection of the port used
                 by the adapter.

    3.3 Client 32 for Windows 95 Keywords Available
    -----------------------------------------------
    This note lists the available keywords for Client 32 for
    Windows 95 device driver users.

    EarlyTx = 1 - Enable the "Early Transmition" function to enhance the
                  performance.
            = 0 - Disable the "Early Transmition" function.

    JITI = 1 - Enable the "Just In Time Interrupt" function to enhance the
               performance.
         = 0 - Disable the "Just In Time Interrupt" function.

    ISA - This keyword for DE-200 Family Ethernet legacy ISA adapters or
          Plug and Play function is disable.

    UTP - This keyword specifies the UTP port on the adapter.

    BNC - This keyword specifies the BNC port on the adapter.

    AUI - This keyword specifies the AUI port on the adapter.

    AUTODETECT - This keyword specifies auto-detection of the port used
                 by the adapter.

    3.3 Client 32 for Windows 95 Keywords Available
    -----------------------------------------------
    This note lists the available keywords for Client 32 for
    Windows NT device driver users.

    ISA - This keyword for DE-200 Family Ethernet legacy ISA adapters or
          Plug and Play function is disable.

    SEARCHOFF - Do not search for all DE-220 Family Ethernet adapters.

    UTP - This keyword specifies the UTP port on the adapter.

    BNC - This keyword specifies the BNC port on the adapter.

    AUI - This keyword specifies the AUI port on the adapter.

    AUTODETECT - This keyword specifies auto-detection of the port used
                 by the adapter.
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