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

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NOTES ON
Installing D-Link DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter
For IBM Warp Server, Lan Server and Communication Manager 1.x users
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    (c) 1997 Copyright D-Link Corporation  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

This document contains DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter installation notes,
which is not included in the DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter USER'S GUIDE
or onscreen instructions, for IBM Warp Server, Lan Server and
Communication Manager 1.x users.

This document contains information on the following topics:

1.0 Overview
2.0 Installation Notes
    2.1 Installation notes for IBM Warp Server/Warp Connect Users
    2.2 Installation notes for IBM LAN SERVER 4.0 users
    2.3 Installation notes for IBM LAN SERVER 3.0 users
    2.4 Installation notes for IBM LAN SERVER 2.0 users
    2.5 Installation notes for IBM Communication Manager users
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1.0 Overview
------------

For IBM Warp Server, Lan Server and Communication Manager 1.x users,
please also refer to the following:

    -------------------------------------------------------------------
      File                Description/Installation Notes
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      \NDIS2\README.TXT   Overall installation notes for all NDIS users

2.0 Installation Notes
----------------------
    The following describes how to install Lan Server and Communication
    Manager.

    2.1 Installation notes for IBM Warp Server/Warp Connect users
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    1. In the OS/2 desktop group, double-click on the "LAN Services
       and "Prorocol Services" icon.
    2. Double-click the "Adapter and Protocol Services" icon to enter
       the MPTS configuration process.
    3. Click on the <OK> button.
    4. Click on the <Configure> button.
    5. Select the "LAN adapters and protocols" option.
    6. Click on the <Configure> button.
    7. Select the "Other adapters ..." option.
    8. Insert the driver diskette into floppy disk drive and type the
       driver path.
       Example:
                A:\NDIS2\OS2

    9. Click on the <OK> button.
   10. Select "D-Link DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter", and then click on
       the <Add> button.
   11. Select "IBM OS/2 NETBIOS", and then click on the <Add> button.
   12. Select "IBM IEEE 802.2", and then click on the <Add> button.
   13. Click OK.
   14. Click Close.
   15. Click Exit.
   16. Clikc Exit.
   17. Restart your system.

    2.2 Installation notes for IBM LAN SERVER 4.0 users
    ---------------------------------------------------
    1. In the OS/2 Desktop group, double-click on the LAN Server MPTS
       icon.
    2. Click on the <Configure> button.
    3. Select the "LAN adapters and protocols" option.
    4. Click on the <Configure> button.
    5. Select the "Other adapters ..." option.
    6. Insert the driver diskette in floppy disk drive and type the
       driver path:

       Example:     A:\NDIS2\OS2
                        or
                    B:\NDIS2\OS2

    7. Click on the <OK> button.
    8. Select "D-Link DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter", and then click on
       the <Add> button.
    9. Select "IBM OS/2 NETBIOS", and then click on the <Add> button.
   10. Select "IBM IEEE 802.2", and then click on the <Add> button.
   11. Click OK.
   12. Click Close.
   13. Click Exit.
   14. Reboot your system.

    2.3 Installation note for IBM LAN SERVER 3.0 users
    --------------------------------------------------
    1. Install IBM OS/2 into your system, if not yet installed.
    2. Insert the NTS/2 Adapter & Protocol Support Disk in Drive A.
    3. Execute the LAPs program.
    4. Select "Install", and then specify the target drive.
    5. Select "Install" again and insert the driver diskette in drive A.
    6. Select "Configure".
    7. Select "D-Link DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter", and then click on
       the <Add> button.
    8. Select "IBM OS/2 NETBIOS", and then click on the <Add> button.
    9. Select "IEEE 802.2", and then click on the <Add> button.
   10. Click OK.
   11. Click Exit.
   12. Click Continue.
   13. Restart your system.
   14. Your CONFIG.SYS and PROTOCOL.INI files should reflect your
       card setup:

            *** Example DEVICE command in the CONFIG.SYS file ***
            -----------------------------------------------------
                  :
                DEVICE=D:\IBMCOM\MACS\DE22X.OS2
                  :

             *** Example \IBMCOM\PROTOCOL.INI file ***
            -------------------------------------------
                  :
                [DE22XIBM_NIF]
                Drivername = DE22X$
                  :

   15. Install the LAN Server or Requester program.  For information,
       please refer to your IBM LAN Server "Planning and Installation"
       manual.

    2.4 Installation note for IBM LAN SERVER 2.0 users
    --------------------------------------------------
    1. Assuming that OS/2 2.0 is correctly installed and working
       properly, install the LAN SERVER. At this point, no network
       adapters must be installed in the computer.

    2. Install LAN SERVER according to the IBM installation procedure.
       When prompted for the adapter, select any of the adapters
       LAN SERVER supports.
       For example, "Western Digital EtherCard PLUS ...". Then,
       continue with the LAN SERVER installation.

    3. After successfully installing LAN SERVER, shut down OS/2 for
       system configuration. Do not install any network adapters yet.
       The OS/2 system will boot up and bring up the LAN SERVER
       services. The system will then  display error messages since
       the network adapter you selected is not installed. Ignore these
       messages and continue with the OS/2 booting procedure.

    4. Insert the driver diskette in drive A or B and copy the following
       files:

       Example:
           C:\>copy  a:\ndis2\os2\de22x.os2 c:\ibmcom\macs
           C:\>copy  a:\ndis2\os2\de22xibm.nif c:\ibmcom\macs

    5. In the OS/2 Desktop group, run the OS/2 system editor.  You need
       to modify the following files:

           C:\CONFIG.SYS
           C:\IBMCOM\PROTOCOL.INI

         CONFIG.SYS Modifications:

           DEVICE=C:\IBMCOM\MACS\MACWD.OS2
           to
           DEVICE=C:\IBMCOM\MACS\DE22X.OS2

         PROTOCOL.INI Modifications:

           - Under the [IBMLXCFG] section, add the following line:

                   DE22XIBM_nif = DE22Xibm.nif

           - Under the [NETBEUI_nif] section, change the following line:

                   Bindings = MACWDMC_nif
                   to
                   Bindings = DE22XIBM_nif

           - Under the MAC SECTION definitions, add the following section:

                   [DE22XIBM_nif]
                   DriverName = DE22X$

    6. After modifying the two files above, shut down OS/2, and turn the
       computer off.

    7. Install the DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter.

    8. Turn on the system to start OS/2.

    9. After starting OS/2, LAN SERVER services can now successfully
       start without causing any errors.

    2.5 Installation note for IBM Communication Manager users
    ---------------------------------------------------------

    1. Install IBM Communication Manager
    2. Copy the DE22X.OS2 and DE22XIBM.NIF files in the driver diskette
       to the C:\IBMCOM\MACS directory
       Example:
                C:\>copy a:\ndis2\os2\de22x.os2 c:\ibmcom\macs
                C:\>copy a:\ndis2\os2\de22xibm.nif c:\ibmcom\macs
    3. Select the D-Link DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter
    4. Choose the appropriate protocols
    5. Check that the CONFIG.SYS file includes the following line:

                DEVICE = C:\IBMCOM\MACS\DE22X.OS2

    6. Shut down your OS/2 system, and then reboot your PC


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