BANYAN.TXT Driver File Contents (en1203_driver.zip)

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³                ACCTON TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION                  ³
³   EN1203, EN1207(-TX) Series PCI-BUS (FAST) ETHERNET ADAPTER  ³
³         NDIS/2 DRIVER FOR BANYAN VINES INSTALLATION           ³
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³       Copyright 1995-1997 ACCTON Technology Corporation       ³
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The driver named ETHPCI contained in the directory NDIS conforms to the
Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) defined by Microsoft/3Com.


NDIS/2 Driver Installation on Banyan VINES
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1. Type Pcconfig and press <Enter> to display the "Configuring A PC for
   the Network" window.

2. Select "1 -  Network Card Setting," and press <Enter>. Your screen will
   prompt you with the possible hardware configuration options.

3. Choose the "NDIS Ethernet" option and press <Enter>.

4. Type the appropriate interrupt number, and the EN120X to the PROTOCOL
   bindings =.

5. Press <F10> when process is complete.  Or press <Esc> to exit this screen.

6. Select "2 - Login Environment Settings," and press <Enter>.

7. Select "1 - Select Default Communications Driver," and press <Enter>.

8. Select "NDIS Ethernet," and press <Esc> to exit this menu.

9. Press <F10> to save all choices.

10. Modify the CONFIG.SYS and the PROTOCOL.INI files as in the following
    examples.


Sample Configuration Files
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1. CONFIG.SYS

   device=c:\banyan\protman.dos/i:c:\banyan
   device=c:\banyan\ethpci.dos

2. PROTOCOL.INI file for the LAN Manager

   [protocol manager]
     DriverName = PROTMAN$
   [EN120X]
     DriverName = ETHPCI$
     SIA_Mode = AUTODETECT


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  • 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.

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

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