NDIS.TXT Driver File Contents (en1203_driver.zip)

		      Accton Technology Corporation
  NDIS/2 Driver Installation for EN1203, EN1207(-TX) Series Ethernet Adapter

Copyright (c) 1995-1997 by Accton Technology Corporation.
All rights reserved.

The driver you need are in the directories MSLANMAN.DOS, MSLANMAN.OS2 and
NDIS.  The NDIS drivers contained in these subdirectories are used with 3Com
3+Open, Microsoft OS/2 LAN Manager OEM distribution, Release 1.x or 2.x,
and other compatible OEM versions of LAN Manager.  The driver can also used
with IBM LAN Server 3.0, 4.0, Banyan VINES, ARTISOFT LANtastic 5.0, 6.0,
Wollongong Pathway Access, Microsoft Windows for Workgroups v3.11,

The drivers named ETHPCI conform to the Network Driver Interface Specification
(NDIS) defined by Microsoft/3Com.

Included in MSLANMAN.DOS, and NDIS subdirectories are the following files:


    PROTOCOL.INI	A sample section of PROTOCOL.INI file


    ETHPCI.NIF		Network Information File


    ETHPCI.OS2		The OS2 NDIS MAC driver
    PROTOCOL.INI	A sample section of PROTOCOL.INI file


    ETHPCI.NIF		Network Information File


    NDIS.TXT		This readme file

    WFW.TXT		The Installation guide for
			Windows for Workgroups v3.11

    LANMAN.TXT		The Installation guide for
			LAN Manager

    LANSVR.TXT		The Installation guide for Lan Server

    BANYAN.TXT		The Installation guide for Banyan VINES

    LANTASTI.TXT	The Installation guide for ARTISOFT LANtastic 5.0, 6.0

    PATHWORK.TXT	The Installation guide for DEC PATHWORKS

    PCNFS.TXT		The Installation guide for Sun PC-NFS


    EN120XD.NIF 	Network Information File for IBM Lan Support Program
    ETHPCI.DOS		The DOS NDIS/2 MAC driver
    OEMSETUP.INF	Network Information File for Windows for Workgroups
    PROTOCOL.INI	A sample section of PROTOCOL.INI file


    EN120XO.NIF 	Network Information File for IBM LAN Server 3.0, 4.0
    ETHPCI.OS2		The OS2 NDIS/2 MAC driver
    PROTOCOL.INI	A sample section of PROTOCOL.INI file

Sample PROTOCOL.INI Files and Parameters

  DriverName = ETHPCI$
; Slot = 1	      ;; {1-16}
; DATA_RATE = MB10   ;; {MB10, MB100}

There are several parameters included in the ETHPCI_NIF section of the
PROTOCOL.INI file. However, the only parameter that you should specify
is the "drivername."

If you change other parameter settings, such as the SIA_MODE, make sure
that it matches the hardware setting.  Otherwise, the adapter may fail.

If you don't specify these settings, Accton's NDIS/2 driver
will automatically detect them.

SLOT	    Specifies which network adapter is used by the driver.  If you
	    have only one Accton's PCI LAN card in your machine, this parameter
	    is unnecessary!  For two or more Accton's PCI LAN cards, this
	    parameter is required and cannot be omitted from PROTOCOL.INI.
	    For the first EN1203 or EN1207(-TX) adapter, Slot=1, and
	    the second one, Slot=2, third, Slot=3,..., etc.

SIA_MODE    Specifies the medium type used by the adapter.
	    Acceptable values for this parameter are AUTODETECT, TP, BNC
	    and TP_FULL_DUPLEX. If you didn't specify this settings it
	    would be AUTODETECT for both EN1203 and EN1207(-TX).

DATA_RATE   Specifies the line speed for EN1207(-TX), default is MB100.

	    MB100: 100Mbps, MB10: 10Mbps

	    Note! Do not use this setting for EN1203 adapter.

	    Specifies the FIFO threshold level during packet transmittion.
	    Acceptable values for this parameter are

			  Level (bytes)        Support	  Suppot
	    Keywords	EN1203, EN1207(-TX)    EN1203	  EN1207(-TX)
	    ========	==================     =======	  ===========
	      LW128	  72	128		 Yes	      Yes
	      LW256	  96	256		 Yes	      Yes
	      LW512	 128	512		 Yes	      Yes
	     LW1024	 160   1024		 Yes	      Yes
	       FP	  X    full packet	 No	      Yes

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