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SMC60.COM is your adapter packet driver. The
following describes its command syntax and use.

SMC60 Command Syntax

SMC60 [-d] [-n] [-w] [-u] [-h] <PD_INT_NO> [IRQ] [IO_BASE]


[-d]    The "-d" option does not start the Ethernet
        adapter until this packet driver is called
        first by higher layer programs

[-n]    The Novell server uses NOVELL ISO-like packet,
        while the Novell workstation uses the NOVELL 8137
        packets. Use this option to convert NOVELL 8137
        into NOVELL ISO-like packets, if necessary.

[-w]    Steve Wallace added a hack to let the packet
        drivers run under Windows. This is not to be
        considered as the proper solution, which is to
        write a TCP/IP package for Windows.

        This hack is enabled only when you use the '-w' switch.

[-u]    This option unloads the Packet Driver.

[-h]    This option displays the on-line help.

        This specifies the software interrupt (IRQ)
        where  you'll load the packet driver. It must
        be in the range 0x60 to 0x80.

        The PC/TCP kernel, by default, is loaded at
        interrupt 0x61 (so don't load the packet
        driver there!)

        This specifies the hardware interrupt (IRQ)

        This specifies the I/O address.

Example 1

Using SMC's adapter, the following command line
loads the Packet Driver at software interrupt 60h,
at I/O address 300 and hardware interrupt 3.

        SMC60 0x60 3 0x300

Since the default I/O address for this adapter is 300 and the
default IRQ is 3, the above command may be simplified to:

        SMC60 0x60

Address parameters, such as the software interrupt and I/O address
are preceded by "0x". For example, "0x60" and "0x300".

Packet Driver Application: Using adapter on PC/TCP Environment

1. Load your Packet Driver.

2. Load the PC/TCP kernel ETHDRV.EXE. See following

        To load the PC/TCP kernel and allocate 8 packet buffers,
        type the following:

        ETHDRV -p 8       <Enter>

        This will increase the number of packet buffers from
        5 (default) to 8.

3. You are now ready to run any PC/TCP application, like
        FTP's telnet.

Packet Driver Application: Communicating with NCSA Telnet

1. Make sure that you have the correct version of NCSA
        Telnet for the PC. You need version 2.3 or later to
        support the packet driver interface.

2. Install the NCSA software onto your system. Refer
        to the NCSA documentation for detailed instructions.

3. Load the Packet Driver (SMC60 0x60). Refer to the
        corresponding section for details.

4. Get help or view the Packet Driver's syntax
        by typing the following command:

        SMC60 -h       <Enter>

5. Run the NCSA application that you need. To
        do this, you need to know the host's
        IP address. For example, ftp

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