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;                      PROTOCOL.INI PARAMETERS
;   for the DEC EtherWORKS (MC, EISA, LC, Turbo) Ethernet Adapters
; This document describes the PROTOCOL.INI keywords used for the
; DEC EtherWORKS NDIS MAC driver.  The only parameter that must be
; specified is the "DriverName".  Note that many of these parameters
; have default values (which are specified below).  A parameter need
; not be specified in the PROTOCOL.INI file if its default value is
; satisfactory.
;     units:[n/a]
;     range:[DEPCA$]
;     default:[DEPCA$]
;     This parameter's value must be DEPCA$, it identifies the network
;     device driver.
; The following entries are optional under the [DEPCA] section.
;     units:[integer]
;     range:[1-256]
;     default:[8]
;     Example: 8
;     This specifies the maximum number of multicast addresses that can
;     be in effect simultaneously. (NOTE that there's no 's' on the end of
;     this keyword.)
;     units:[integer]
;     range:[0-256]
;     default:[16]
;     Example: 16
;     This specifies the number of "TransmitChain"s that the MAC driver
;     guarantees to accept without giving an "OUT_OF_RESOURCE" response.
; The following parameters ONLY need to be set if your DEC EtherWORKS
; adapter (MC, EISA, LC, Turbo) does not contain a diagnostic or
; remote boot ROM chip.
;     units:[n/a]
;     range:[DE100,DE200,DE210,DE422]
;     default:[n/a]
;     Example: DE100
;     This specifies the name of the ethernet adapter.
;     values        adapter
;     ------------  -------------------
;     DE100         DEC EtherWORKS LC
;     DE200         DEC EtherWORKS Turbo
;     DE210         DEC EtherWORKS MC
;     DE422         DEC EtherWORKS EISA
;     units:[hex]
;     range:[C000,C800,D000,D800,E000,E800]
;     range for Micro Channel cards with 16KB mode option:
;        [C000, C100, C200, C300, C400, C500
;         C600, C700, C800, C900, CA00, CB00
;         CC00, D000, D100, D200, D300, D400
;         D500, D600, D700, D800, D900, DA00
;         DB00, DC00, E000, E100, E200, E300
;         E400, E500, E600, E700, E800, E900
;         EA00, EB00, EC00]
;     default:[n/a]
;     Example: 0xD000
;     This specifies the physical base address in the PC memory address
;     space of the "window" through which the adapter's RAM will be
;     referenced.  This parameter's value must agree with the jumpered
;     configuration of the adapter.  Not required for DEC EtherWORKS MC
;     Adapter and DEC EtherWORKS EISA Adapter.
;     units:[integer]
;     range:[2-15]
;     default:[n/a]
;     Example: 5
;     This specifies the IRQ level that will be used by the adapter-to-PC
;     interrupt.  Its value must agree with the jumpered configuration of
;     the adapter.  Not required for DEC EtherWORKS MC Adapter and DEC 
;     EtherWORKS EISA Adapter.
;     values        adapter
;     ------------  -------------------
;     2,3,4,5,7     DEC EtherWORKS LC
;     5,9,10,11,15  DEC EtherWORKS Turbo
;     5,9,10,11     DEC EtherWORKS MC
;     5,9,10,11     DEC EtherWORKS EISA
;     units:[integer/character]
;     range:[0h-0Fh] quotes are required
;     default:[n/a]
;     Example: "08002B12AF34" 

;     This specifies the station address that will be used by the adpter
;     if the upper layers do not provide a way to set the station address.
;     If the uppers layers set the station address, then this switch will
;     be ignored.
; Following is an example PROTOCOL.INI fragment for a DEC EtherWORKS
; Turbo adapter with no diagnostic or remote boot ROM chip:

    DriverName   = DEPCA$
    MaxMulticast = 12
    MaxTransmits = 32
    AdapterName  = DE200
    RamAddress   = 0xD000
    Interrupt    = 5
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