DSLTEST.INI Driver File Contents (SP3302.zip)

[INTERFACE]
;This is the flag to enable and disable the INTERFACE test.
ENABLE = 1

[MAIN]
;This is the name of log file that GUI uses to log the output.
LOG_FILE = dsltest.txt 
;This is the main title on top of all windows.
MAIN_TITLE = USB DSL TEST
;This is the name of icon that GUI uses for Main window. You need to have the .ico file.
WindowTitle_LOGO = ADILOGO1.bmp 
;This is the name of icon that GUI uses for Main window title. You need to have the .ico file.
GUI_LOGO = ADILOGO1.ico 
;This is the name of company that GUI uses in some windows.
COMPANY_NAME = ANALOG DEVICES INC.

[MODEM]
;This is the flag to enable and disable the MODEM test.
ENABLE = 1
;This is line mode or line type. Valid values are G.LITE, G.DMT, T1.413 and Multimode.
MODE = G.DMT
;This is time out in milliseconds that GUI waits for modem synchronization.
DSLTIMEOUT = 60
;This is expected VPI value that GUI uses to check against the value in device driver.
;Valid values are 0:255.
M_VPI = 0
;This is expected VCI value that GUI uses to check against the value in device driver.
;Valid values are 0:65535.
M_VCI = 32

[LINE]
;This is the flag to enable and disable the LINE test.
ENABLE = 1
;This is the VPI value for sending OAM cells to CO. Valid values are 0:255.
OAM_VPI = 0
;This is the VCI value for sending OAM cells to CO. Valid values are 0:65535.
OAM_VCI = 32
;This is number of OAM cells that GUI sends to CO.
OAM_NUM_CELLS_TO_XMIT = 5
;This is the type of OAM cells. Valid values are F4E2E, F4SEGMENT, F5E2E and F5SEGMENT.
OAM_LOOPBACK_TYPE = F5E2E

[NETWORK]
;This is the flag to enable and disable the NETWORK test.
ENABLE = 1
;This is expected VPI value that GUI uses to check against the value in device driver.
;Valid values are 0:255
N_VPI = 0
;This is expected VCI value that GUI uses to check against the value in device driver.
;Valid values are 0:65535
N_VCI = 32
;This is the expected driver type that GUI uses to check against the value from device driver.
;Valid values are LAN, WAN, ATM and NO_CHECK.
DRIVER_TYPE = WAN
;This is the name of profile or name of connection. GUI uses this name for dial up.
;This has to be created in advance
CONNECTION_NAME = USB_ADSL
;This is the IP address of remote PC. If you define this value, then in case of LAN driver,
;GUI uses this value to ping. Otherwise GUI searches for DHCP server address. If it could not
;find, then looks for GateWay address to ping.
DESTIPADDR = 
;This is the expected encapsulation type. GUI uses this value to check against the value
;from device driver. Valid values are BRIDGE_LLC, BRIDGE_VC_MUX, ROUTED_LLC and ROUTED_VC_MUX.
ENCAPSULATION = BRIDGE_LLC
;This is user name that GUI uses for dial up. If you do not define this value then the 
;default value in GUI is "test".
USERNAME = anoosh@adi
;This is password that GUI uses for dial up. If you do not define this value then the 
;default value in GUI is "test".
PASSWORD = anoosh
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