README.TXT Driver File Contents (a350b210.exe)

           Digital Equipment Corporation ATMworks 350 
            DOS-format Distribution Diskette (Disk 2)

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Section 1:  Disk 2 Overview

Section 2:  Disk 2 Organization

Section 3:  Where to Find Additional Information

Section 1:  Disk 2 Overview

This README.TXT file describes the contents of the Digital
Equipment Corporation ATMworks 350 DOS-format distribution 
diskette for Novell NetWare (Disk 2).  This diskette 
contains the driver that allows the ATMworks 350 adapter to 
operate on NetWare 3.12, 4.02 and 4.1 servers connected to an 
ATM network.

The diskette contains several subdirectories.  The subdirectories 
and their contents are summarized below.  

The README.TXT files are long.  You can print a copy of the 
appropriate README.TXT before beginning the driver installation.
To view the README.TXT file, you can use a text editor installed 
on your system or the following procedure.

At the MS-DOS prompt, enter the following:


The text output pauses at the end of each full screen.  The text 
output resumes when you press ENTER.  To stop viewing the 
README.TXT file, press CTRL-C.

Configuration files are used to provide parameters for the
ATMworks 350 NetWare 3.12/4.x ODI Driver.  Sample configuration 
files are provided in the \novell\srvodi subdirectory.  Parameter
descriptions and configuration file descriptions are contained in 
the README.TXT file in the \novell\srvodi subdirectory.  The 
sample files contain example ATM addresses, IP addresses, and some 
parameters which might not be required for your installation.  
You must prepare one or more configuration files before installing
and loading the driver.  This can be done by editing, on a 
DOS-based or Windows NT system, the sample configuration files 
contained in the \novell\srvodi subdirectory before you perform the 
installation.  You might want to save the sample files for future

Section 2: Disk 2 Organization

The root directory of Disk 2 contains the following files:

DGLPB.LDI      Installation information file.  This is used 
               by the NetWare 4.x installation utility 
               (INSTALL.NLM) to install the ATMworks 350 
               NetWare 4.x ODI server driver.

README.TXT     This file.

RELNOTES.TXT   The release notes file contains information about
               fixes to previous releases, enhancements to the
               driver, and known problems.

The root directory of Disk 2 contains the following subdirectory:

               This subdirectory contains no files.  It does 
               contain one subdirectory:

   \SRVODI     This subdirectory contains the ATMworks 350 driver 
               for Novell NetWare 3.12, 4.02 and 4.1 server 
               systems and the installation information file used
               by the install utility. In addition, it contains 
               driver configuration files, and current versions 
               of Novell's Msm.nlm, Msm31x.nlm, and Ethertsm.nlm.  
               It also contains a README.TXT file that explains 
               how to install the driver, the command line 
               parameters, and the configuration files.

Section 3:  Where to Find Additional Information

Disk 1 contains files that cover subjects such as where to find 
additional ATM information and a description of the contents of 
each disk in the ATMworks 350 distribution set. It also contains 
PCI information related to setting up your PC to support the 
ATMworks 350.


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How To Update Drivers Manually

After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).

  • If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.

  • Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  • From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.

  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.

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