OEMSETUP.INF Driver File Contents (en1657-a.zip)

[disks]
1 =. ,"Accton EN1657-X Ethernet Driver disk",disk1

[netcard]

ndis2d="Accton EN1657-X Ethernet Adapter",0,ndis,ethernet,real,ndis2,ndis2_nif

[transport]

[ndis2]
devdir= 1:ethne.dos
device=ethne.dos,@devdir\ethne.dos

;
; This is the common _nif for NE-Series adapter
;
[ndis2_nif]
drivername=ETHNE$
param=MaxMultiCast,"Maximum Multicast address",int,"1,1000,1",10,0x02
param=MaxRequests,"Maximum Requests",int,"6,64,1",8,0x02
param=MaxTransmits,"Maximum Transmits",int,"6,64,1",12,0x02
param=ReceiveChains,"Receive Chain Entries",int,"6,96,1",12,0x02
param=ReceiveBuffers,"Receive Buffers",int,"6,96,1",12,0x02
param=TransmitBufSize,"Transmit Buffer Size",int,"128,1514,1",1514,0x02
param=ReceiveBufSize,"Receive Buffer Size",int,"128,1536,1",256,0x02

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