README.TXT Driver File Contents (

       		Accton Technology Corporation
               EN2216/2316 PCMCIA Ethernet Adapter
                  IBM OS/2 ODI Driver Installation

   The following is a sample NET.CFG to use with the IBM OS/2 ODI driver.
Note you must specify the "NODE ADDRESS" parameter in the NET.CFG 
file.  This parameter specifies the Ethernet MAC Address of the 
EN2216/2316 Adapter.  You can find this address on the label at the back of the adapter. 
You can also execute the Adapter Test and Diagnostic program, ACCTEST.EXE, under a native DOS system (not in a OS/2 DOS box) to find this address.

   The PORT keywords specifies the starting I/O address to be used by 
the Adapter.  The EN2216/2316 Adapter requires a range of 
32 consecutive I/O addresses.  This range of addresses must not be in 
use by another device in the system.

   The INT keyword specifies the Interrupt (IRQ) value to be used by 
the EN2216/2316 Adapter.  This IRQ must not be in use by any other 
device in the system.

Sample NET.CFG file:

   PORT 300
   INT 3
   NODE ADDRESS    0000E811FF97    
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