PROTOCOL.INI Driver File Contents (Netgear310.zip)

;---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; PROTOCOL.INI of NETGEAR FA310TX Ethernet Adapter
;---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Description :
;       Drivername = NGRPCI$
;
;       Data_Rate = MB10  --> 10M  bps
;                   MB100 --> 100M bps
;          This parameter specifies the configuration of data rate of
;          the network adapter.
;          If Data_Rate does not specified, it will auto detect
;          the Data rate.
;
;       SLOT =  1
;          This parameter specifies the slot number used for notifications.
;          For PCI slot, you can specify from 1 to 16.
;
;       SIA_MODE = AUTOSENSE      --> Auto detect the media type
;                  TP             --> Media type is UTP
;                  TP_FULL_DUPLEX --> Media type is UTP and Full-duplex
;          This parameter specifies the connector type configuration of
;          the network adapter card .
;                       
;       NETWORKADDRESS  = "XXXXXXXXXXXX"
;          This keyword specifies the node address (in hex) used by 
;          the adapter. This option is used only to override the 
;          node address stored in the adapter. With this keyword 
;          specified, the specified address will be used instead of 
;          the adapter's actual node address.
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        DriverName = NGRPCI$
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