filename: README.txt description: How to extend the Netware SNMP.NLM module to support the INTEL-LAN-ADAPTERS MIB. Overview: ========= The iLANSNMP module extends the SNMP agent for Netware. It provides information on the Intel Pro Lan adapters (10/100/1000), through the adapter drivers (ce100b, ce1000), and additional information concerning the server features, such as teaming and vlan, throuhg the Advanced Networking Services (ANS) module. This file describes how to enable the Netware SNMP module to support the INTEL-LAN-ADAPTERS MIB. Pre-Requisites: =============== The SNMP agent package will work best when the Intel Pro Lan adapter drivers (ce100b, ce1000) and/or the Intel ANS module (ians) are installed and loaded on the system. However, the package will work with any combination of the 3 modules mentioned above. The SNMP agent package is compliant with the following driver versions: - CE100b.lan: ver 4.11 and above - CE1000.lan: ver 3.03 and above - iANS.lan : ver 4.14 and above Installation instructions: ========================== 1. Type "Load <path\>iLANSNMP" on the server prompt. 2. Configure the SNMP community name according to Novell documentation. (e.g. type "Load SNMP ControlCommunity=" to enable GET and SET for any community name) 3. Register to receive Traps by adding the ip address of the management station to the list in the file SYS:\ETC\TRAPTARG.CFG. Available commands: =================== - "-h" or "help" - view the help description. - "cache_time=<nn>" - define a time period that the data structure is considered to be valid. Two consecutive queries within that time will not cause update of the data. This value is set in tenths of a second. Default value: 50 (5 seconds). - "trap_time=<nn>" - define the time period between two consecutive trap checks. The units are the same as for cache_time. Default value: 10 (1 second). - "status" - view the current values of these variables.Download Driver Pack
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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.
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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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