6 Windows NT with NetWare Client Services v1.04 Windows* NT* 4.0 and Novell NetWare client Services driver installation notes for Intel's EtherExpress(TM) PRO/100B adapter ===================================================================== Location of driver: \NWSERVER\E100B.LAN \NWSERVER\OEMSETUP.INF General instructions for Novell NetWare* Client Services under Windows NT using the ODI server driver. ========================================================================= 1 Install the Novell NetWare Client Services per the instructions provided by Novell. Note: If the NDIS driver for the PRO/100B is installed and you want to us the NetWare 32 ODI LAN driver, remove the NDIS driver from NT before going to step 2. Novell NetWare Client service can be run with the NDIS 3 driver. 2 Start Windows NT and log in as ADMINISTRATOR (or another valid user name). 3 Double-click the "Network" icon in the Control Panel. The "Network Settings" screen appears. 4 Select the Adapter tab. 5 Click the "Add" button. 6 Click the Have Disk button. 7 Insert the Intel Configuration and Drivers Disk into your floppy drive and type A:\nwserver. Click OK to continue. 8 When "ODI Intel EtherExpress PRO/100B adapter for NetWare" appears, click OK. 9 After the files are copied, the default driver settings will be displayed (they'll be displayed with their defaults which in most cases is OK). Click OK when correct. NOTE: Do not click on Advanced Settings. See the section titled Advanced Setting below. Speed: Specifies the line speed of the adapter. 0 = Auto detect (default) 10 = 10 Mbps 100 = 100 Mbps ForceDuplex: Note: The PRO/100B T4 adapter does not support full duplex at 100 Mbps. It does at 10 Mbps. The PRO/100B TX adapter supports full duplex at 10 and 100 Mbps 0 = auto-negotiate (default) 1 = half duplex 2 = full duplex Note: If the adapter is set to half or full duplex, set the SPEED parameter to either 10 or 100. (see SPEED) 10 You will have to restart Windows NT to complete the installation. Advanced Settings ================= Only select Advanced Settings if you want to use local Administration of Addressing or use multiple Intel EtherExpress PRO/100B adapters. Entering Advanced Setting requires that you know the slot number the adapter is using. 1 To get to Advanced Setting from the Network Dialog box selected the Adapters tab and highlight the ODI Intel EtherExpress PRO/100B adapter and click Configure. 2 Click Advanced. 3 There are 2 advanced options, Node Address Override and Slot. NODE ADDRESS OVERRIDE: Use this option to provide your own unique node address for the adapter. The node address is a 12-digit hexadecimal number; the second digit must be one of the following digits: 2, 6, A, E. SLOT: Select the slot number the adapter is in. Only necessary if multiple PRO/100B adapter cards are being used. Before clicking OK, you must enter a valid slot number. To exit without saving a slot number, click Cancel. * Third-party trademarks are the property of their respective owners.Download Driver Pack
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