IBMPE.TXT Driver File Contents (OfficeLan10-100_II.zip)

   Driver Installation - IBM PC LAN Program Environment
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  Siemens OfficeLAN PCI 10/100 TX Fast Ethernet Adapter

  IBM PC LAN Program Environment
  INSTALLATION GUIDE


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CONTENTS
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*  Important Considerations

*  Files Provided

*  Device Driver Installation Guide

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IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS
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*  This driver supports the Siemens OfficeLAN PCI 10/100 TX Fast Ethernet
    Adapter.

*  This driver conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS)
    v2.0.1 defined by Microsoft/3Com. The driver has been tested with
    Microsoft LAN Manager, 3Com 3+Open, IBM LAN Server, IBM PC LAN
    Program, DEC Pathworks, and other NDIS-compatible network operating
    systems and protocol stacks.

*  Make sure that the adapter line speed matches the speed of
    the hub to which it is attached.

*  The PROTOCOL.INI file contains configuration information.

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FILES PROVIDED
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*  L100.DOS              DOS NDIS2 driver
*  PROTOCOL.INI          Driver binding information and operational parameters

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DEVICE DRIVER INSTALLATION GUIDE
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The following instructions are for installing the PC LAN program on a
workstation. The section after this gives instructions for installing PC LAN
on a server. Both procedures use the LAN Support Program (LSP) for the
installation process.

*  Installing PC LAN on a Workstation

1.  At the DOS prompt, insert the IBM LAN Support Program (LSP) v1.3x
     diskette.

2.  Type: DXMAID

3.  Press [Enter] three times.

     The Environment Information screen appears.

4.  Specify the values that follow for the fields on this screen. Use the
     spacebar to cycle through the available options for each field.

   For LSP v1.30 and v1.33:

    Configuration for this computer?                   Yes
    Use existing configuration information?            No
    Do you have adapter option diskettes?              Yes
    Are you configuring for two adapters?              No
    Source for LSP                                     A:\
    Target for new configuration                       C:\LSP

    For LSP v1.35:

    Are you updating an existing configuration?        No
    Do you have driver diskettes?                      Yes
    Target for LSP:                                    C:\LSP
    CONFIG.SYS to update:                              C:\CONFIG.SYS
    AUTOEXEC.BAT to update:                            C:\AUTOEXEC.BAT

5.  Press [Enter] to accept these selections.

    The program prompts you to install the "option" diskette.

6.  Insert the ConfigDisk in your floppy drive and specify the path:
     A:\NDIS\DOS

7.  Press [Enter].

     The files are copied from the ConfigDisk to the target directory on the
     hard disk.

8.  For LSP v1.30 and v1.33 users, press [Enter] two times.

     For LSP v1.35 users, press [Enter] once only.

     The files are copied from the ConfigDisk tothe target directory on the
      hard disk.

9.  When prompted, re-insert the LSP diskette and press [Enter].

     The Current Configuration screen appears with :

           "Siemens OfficeLAN PCI 10/100 TX Fast Ethernet Adapter"

10. Press [F4].

      LSP is installed.

11. Use a text editor to edit the CONFIG.SYS file, specifying at least
      20 files in the FILES= line.

      Example:

      files=20

12. Save your CONFIG.SYS file and reboot your system.

13. If you are using DOS v5.0 or later, type at the DOS prompt:

     SETVER CIP_MAIN.EXE 5.00

14. Press [Enter].

15. Reboot your system.

16. Insert the PC LAN Install diskette in your computer floppy drive.

17. Type: INSTALL

18. Press [Enter].

19. Press [Enter]three more times.

20. Select the function level for the workstation:

      Base Services Only
      Extended Services

      In most cases you will select "Extended Services".

21. Specify "Workstation".

22. Specify one of the following options:

      Send messages
      Send, receive, and log messages

      In most cases you will select "Send, receive, and log messages".

23. Specify the target path for the PC LAN files. The default is C:\DOS.

24. Specify the machine ID and the domain ID. The domain ID must
      be the domain server ID, and it must be the same for all workstations
      on the network.

25. Follow the prompts to complete the installation until you reach the
      Change System Configuration File screen. Usually, you should
      accept the default for the system configuration file.

    The Change System Batch File screen appears. Usually you should
    accept the default.


*  Installing the PC LAN Program on a Server

The following section provides instructions for installing PC LAN
on a server.  This procedure uses the LAN Support Program (LSP) for the
installation process.

1.  At the DOS prompt, insert the LSP diskette.

2.  Type: DXMAID

3.  Press [Enter].

4.  Press [Enter] twice.

     The Environment Information screen appears.

5.  Specify the values that follow for the fields on this screen. Use the
     spacebar to cycle through the available options for each field.

      Configuration for this computer?                 Yes
      Use existing configuration information?          No
      Do you have adapter option diskettes?            Yes
      Are you configuring for two adapters?            No
      Source for LSP                                   A:\
      Target for new configuration                     C:\LSP

6.  Press [Enter] to accept these selections.

     The program prompts you to install the "option" diskette.

7.  Insert the ConfigDisk in your floppy drive and specify the path:

         A:\NDIS\OS2.

8.  Press [Enter].

     The files are copied from the ConfigDisk to the target directory on
      the hard disk.

9.  Press [Enter] three times.

10. When prompted, re-insert the LSP diskette and press [Enter].

     The Current Configuration screen appears with the Ethernet adapter
      and protocols already selected.

11. Press [F4].

      LSP is installed.

12. Use a text editor to edit the CONFIG.SYS file, specifying at least
      20 files in the FILES= line.

      Example:

      files=20

12. Save your CONFIG.SYS file and reboot your system.

13. Insert the PC LAN Install diskette in your computer floppy drive.

14. Type: INSTALL

15. Press [Enter].

16. Press [Enter] three more times.

17. Select the function level for the workstation:
      Base Services Only
      Extended Services
      In most cases you will select "Extended Services".

18. Specify "Server".

19. Specify one of the following options:

      Send messages
      Send, receive, and log messages

      In most cases you will select "Send, receive, and log messages".

20. Specify the target path for the PC LAN files. The default is C:\DOS.

21. Specify the machine ID and the domain ID. The domain ID must
      be the domain server ID, and it must be used by all workstations
      on the network to communicate with the server.

25. Follow the prompts to complete the installation until you reach the
      Change System Configuration File screen. Usually, you should
      accept the default for the system configuration file.

    The Change System Batch File screen appears. Usually you should
    accept the default.

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