PROTOCOL.INI Driver File Contents (3com.zip)

;
;   3c509 3Com EtherLink III adapter
;
    DRIVERNAME = ELNK3$
;       2nd driver name = ELNK32$
;   IOADDRESS = 0x300
;       adapter base address (optional, no default)
;       This parameter is only used to specify a single adapter in a multi-
;       adapter configuration in an ISA computer.
;       Use 0x200 - 0x3E0 in steps of 0x10
;   MAXTRANSMITS = 40
;       number of transmit queue elements (optional, default = 6)
;       Min = 2, Max = 50
;       Use the default for DOS and normal OS/2 clients
;       Set MAXTRANSMITS = 40 for OS/2 servers
;   NETADDRESS = "00608C123456"
;       network address (optional, default = network address EEPROM value)
;       the network address is 12 hex digits enclosed in quotes
;   SLOT = 5
;       EISA slot number (optional, no default)
;       This parameter is only used to specify a single adapter in a multi-
;       adapter configuration in an EISA computer.
;       Use 0 - 15

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