SCOUNIX.TXT Driver File Contents (

*                  ACCTON TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION                  *
*             EN1207D SERIES PCI FAST ETHERNET ADAPTER            *
*                      SCO UNIX STREAM DRIVER                     *
*                                                                 *
*         Copyright (C) 1998 Accton Technology Corporation        *
*                       All Rights Reserved.                      *

The unix driver contained in the directory \SCO is for the
following PCI Ethernet adapter:

        Accton EN1207D Series PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter


        A.) Installing MDI Unix Driver for SCO ODT 5.0
        B.) Installing LLI Unix Driver for SCO 3.2.4 (ODT 3.0)

File Description

5.X\            SCO ODT 5.0 MDI Unix Driver

3.X\            SCO 3.2.4 (ODT 3.0) LLI Unix Driver

SCOUNIX.TXT     this file

A.) Installing MDI Unix Driver for SCO ODT 5.0

1. Log into the UNIX system as supervisor (root) and enter Maintenance mode.

    (Note: Make sure that the current directory is "/"
     using UNIX command - pwd.)

   Please follow the following steps to uncompress the package file:

   >  cd /tmp   (and insert the floppy in the proper drive, i.e. a:)
   >  doscp a:/sco/5.x/vol.000 ./VOL.000.000

   Now the installation directory is ready for use.

3. The following sections describe configuration of the driver.
   It is suggested that you should carry out these instructions in a
   singler-user environment.

   Run the custom utility and select the "Install new package" option.

   Select Media Type "Media Image" and type Image Directory "/tmp "
   It will prompt with "Accton EN1207D-TX PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter
   (ver 1.0.2)"

   After running the custom utility and the new package is installed,
   you should use the "netconfig" command to add the driver into your
   system as described in step 4 below.

4. Run "netconfig". Add the desired chain.

5. When the chain has been configured, select 'q' from the
   netconfig menu. and relink the kernel at the prompt.

6. To activate the adapter, you must reboot. When the system
   boots, you should see the following data dispalyed among the
   configuration messages:

    %ethernet  0xD800-0xD81F   11   -   type=100 addr=00-00-e8-xx-xx-xx
     auto mode
     choice is auto negotiation mode
     Speed is 100 Mbps

   with the appropriate I/O addresses, IRQ, Adapter Type ,IEEE address and
   medium mode (auto,100full,100half,10full,10half).
   The display of the last three bytes of the IEEE address depends on the
   adapter currently plugged into your system.

7. If you encounter any problems during installation,
   (i.e., an error message appears on screen) call your dealer for assistance.

B. Installing LLI Unix Driver for SCO 3.2.4 (ODT 3.0)

 1. Plug the EN1207D-TX PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter into the PCI slot
    on your PC machine.

 2. Turn ON the machine and log in as "root" user. (In maintenance mode)

 3. Insert the EN1207D-TX SCO UNIX Driver diskette to floppy A: and
    enter the following command from the Unix Shell to install the
    SCO Unix driver.

        # cd /tmp
        # doscp a:/sco/3.x/install .
        # chmod +x install
        # ./install

 4. The screen will prompt you with the following message,

      Install EN1207D-TX PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter LLI Driver
      Please input source path ? (ex.: a:/sco/3.x)

 5. Enter the driver's full path (a:/sco/3.x) and press the ENTER key
    to start copying the driver files to the Unix system.

 6. Run the "netconfig" command from Unix shell.

        # netconfig

 7. Select "1. Add a chain" from the configuring chain options.

 8. Select "4. sco_tcp   SCO TCP/IP for UNIX" from the configuring
    protocol options.

 9. Select "18. r7e0   Accton EN1207D-TX Fast Ethernet PCI Adapter LLI
    Driver, board 0" from the configuring driver options.

10. The system will prompt you with the following message to complete
    configuring the driver chain,
      Add chain sco_tcp->r7e0 (y/n): y
      Enter auto, force 100 or 10bps: (auto 10 100) [auto]
      or 'q' to quit: (press Enter key)
      Enter the internet address of this interface:
      Enter the netmask for this interface (default:
      (press Enter key)
      Does the interface use a broadcast address of all 1's? (y/n)
      (default: y): (press Enter key)
      Enter the broadcast address for this interface (default: (press Enter key)
      Are these values correct? (y/n): y
      Enter local host name or enter q to quit [sco324]: (press Enter key)
      32 Pseudo ttys ...
      Select an option or enter q to quit [q]: (press Enter key)
      256 TCP connections ...
      Select an option or enter q to quit [q]: (press Enter key)

11. Select "q. Quit" from the configuring chain options.
12. The system will prompt you with the following message to relink
    the system's kernel file,
      Do you want to relink the kernel now? y
      Do you want this kernel to boot by default? (y/n) y
      Do you want the kernel environment rebuilt? (y/n) y

13. Reboot the Unix system to initialize the driver fuction.

        # reboot


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