3Com NDIS 2.01 driver installation notes for Banyan VINES client To install VINES 5.0 software on a DOS NDIS workstation, follow these instructions. DOS must be installed on the target workstation C: drive, or you must have a bootable DOS floppy. 1. Use the DOS MD command to create a subdirectory called \VINES. 2. Copy the contents of the VINES LAN S/W (DOS) Install diskette into the \VINES subdirectory. 3. Copy the contents of the NDIS subdirectory on the VINES LAN S/W (DOS) 2 of 2 diskette into the \VINES subdirectory. 4. Copy the PROTOCOL.INI fragment from the NDIS\DOS subdirectory on the EtherDisk diskette to the \VINES subdirectory. 5. Edit the PROTOCOL.INI file to read as follows: [PROTOCOL MANAGER] DRIVERNAME = PROTMAN$ [VINES_XIF] DRIVERNAME = NDISBAN$ BINDINGS = ELINK3 [ELINK3] DRIVERNAME = ELNK3$ 6. Run the PCCONFIG.EXE program located in the \VINES subdirectory. 7. Select option 1, Network Card Settings. 8. Select the NDIS Ethernet option. 9. The NDIS workstation screen appears. Enter the interrupt request number (IRQ) you selected for the EtherLink III adapter. NOTE: For the 3C509 adapter, select the IRQ using the diagnostic and configuration utility. For the 3C579 adapter or the 3C509 adapter in EISA mode, select the IRQ using the EISA configuration utility. For the 3C529 adapter, select the IRQ using the Micro Channel setup program. 10. Edit the CONFIG.SYS file and add the following lines. If a boot diskette is being made, substitute A: for C: in the following lines. DEVICE = C:\VINES\PROTMAN.DOS /I:C:\VINES DEVICE = C:\VINES\ELNK3.DOS 11. Add the BAN command to the AUTOEXEC.BAT file. BAN loads the NDISBAN drivers and reads the PCCONFIG.DB file to invoke changes made during the PCCONFIG stage. %VER BANYAN.TXT - NDIS 2.01 Banyan client installation notes V 3.4aDownload Driver Pack
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