Novell NetWare Server 3.11 -------------------------- For a NetWare 3.11 server configuration, We provides a NetWare Server 3.11 ODI driver which is included on the PCI EthernetCard driver diskette. Note: The directory structure provided on the PCI EthernetCard driver diskette has been setup for automatic OEM installation. Also, more information can be found in the Novell NetWare 3.11 documentation. Use the (LOAD) and (BIND) commands to load the NetWare 3.11 ODI server driver as described below. For more information on these commands, refer to the Novell NetWare 3.11 LAN Driver Installation documentation. There are two methods for loading the NetWare Server 3.11 driver: 1) use the server command line prompt (":") or 2) edit the (AUTOEXEC.NCF) file. Note: If you use the server command line, you will need to load the driver each time the system is booted. If you edit the AUTOEXEC.NCF file, it will automatically load the driver each time your system is booted. Follow the steps listed below: 1 Install NetWare 3.11 on your system. 2 Copy the ODI Server driver (PCIODI.LAN) and relative files from the PCI EthernetCard driver diskette to the hard disk directory where the NetWare 3.11 system files are located. The following path should be used to access the files from the PCI EthernetCard driver diskette: A:\SERVER.ODI\3.11\PCIODI.LAN A:\SERVER.ODI\3.11\PATCHMAN.NLM A:\SERVER.ODI\3.11\LSLENH.NLM A:\SERVER.ODI\3.11\MSM31X.NLM A:\SERVER.ODI\3.11\ETHERTSM.NLM A:\SERVER.ODI\3.11\MONITOR.NLM 3 Boot NetWare by executing (SERVER.EXE). Refer to the appropriate Novell NetWare documentation on loading disk drivers and mounting volumes for more information. 4 To load the driver manually, follow the steps listed below. If you want to load the driver using (AUTOEXEC), go to step 5. Notes: 1) You will need to specify the DOS path if the driver is located in a DOS partition. Type the following command at the file server console (which also changes the default settings for PCI EthernetCard): LOAD LSLENH LOAD MSM31X LOAD PCIODI Next, bind the driver to the IPX protocol stack by typing: BIND IPX TO PCIODI NET=xxxx (Bind to IPX or any other protocol stack; where e.g., xxxx=1234) Then press <Enter>. The installation of the NetWare Server 3.11 driver is now complete. 5 To load the driver using (AUTOEXEC), you must first edit the (AUTOEXEC.NCF) file. * Type "LOAD INSTALL" at the server prompt (":") to access the Install Utility. * Open the "SYSTEM OPTIONS" menu to access "EDIT AUTOEXEC". * Then add the following command lines to the (AUTOEXEC.NCF) file. An example with the PCI EthernetCard: LOAD PCIODI FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 BIND IPX TO PCIODI NET=xxxx (Bind to IPX or any other protocol stack; where e.g., xxxx=1234) You can load 4 frame type protocol at a time when the server is booted. To use this option you must load and bind another frame type protocol( Ethernet_802.3,Ethernet_II,Ethernet_SNAP ). Loading Multiple PCI EthernetCards The driver must be loaded again for each new PCI EthernetCard installed in the system. If more than one adapter card will be installed, the user must specify the Board's Ethernet ID for each card. For example, to load two PCI EthernetCards: LOAD PCIODI Found Board 1: port D000, int 11, EtherID=002018ff0088 Found Board 2: port 8000, int 15, EtherID=002018ff0077 Now you can Specify '1' or '2' to select the PCI EthernetCard to load. Then press <Enter>. The installation of the NetWare Server 3.11 driver is now complete. Notes: 1) You will need to specify the DOS path if the driver is located in a DOS partition. 2) If you want to use two or more PCI EthernetCards on your NetWare server.please run the configuration utility(EZPCI.EXE) to view crad's Ethernet ID setting first. -------------------------------------[END]--------------------------------------Download Driver Pack
After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.
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.
Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.
Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.
From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.
Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.
Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.
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