README.TXT Driver File Contents (

This README file is for NDIS2 OS/2 device drivers for the DEC EtherWORKS 
(MC,EISA,LC,Turbo) Ethernet Adapters

Supported adapters: DE100,DE101,DE200,DE201,DE202,DE210,DE212,DE422 
Device drivers: DEPCA.OS2

These device drivers comply with the NDIS 2.0.1 specification.  
The  DE100,DE101,DE200,DE201,DE202,DE210,DE212,DE422 adapters and the NDIS2 
drivers meet the networking needs of any Network Operation System (NOS) 
which adheres to the NDIS 2.0.1 specification.

This file contains information on the following topics:

	1. PROTOCOL.INI parameters 
	2. Installing multiple adapters
	3. IBM OS/2 2.1 + LAN Server 3.X installation
	4. Microsoft LAN Manager 2.X installation 

;                      PROTOCOL.INI PARAMETERS
; 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
;     Adapters 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 adapters with no diagnostic or remote boot ROM chip:

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


For multiple adapter installation, check the DECPCI Forum on
CompuServe, or the BBS, or call your authorized Digital reseller.
See the README in the root directory of this distribution for 
contact information.


Installation using IBM LAN Adapter and Protocol Support (LAPS)

	1. In OS/2 open the OS/2 System window, the System Setup 
	   window and the LAPS window.  If you are installing LAN 
	   Server for the first time, LAPS is automatically 

	2. Use arrow keys or mouse to select <Install> from the 
	   main menu.

	3. Insert the Driver Distribution Diskette in the drive.  
	   Enter <drive:\NDIS2\OS2> for the source directory.

	4. LAPS will copy the network drivers onto the system drive 
	   and display a message saying <Installation Complete>.  
	   Click on <OK>

	5. Select <Configure> from the LAPS main window.

	6. Select <Configure LAN transports> and <Continue>.

	7. Select  DEC EtherWORKS (MC, EISA, LC, Turbo & DEPCA) Ethernet 
	   Adapters....., and add the driver to the current configuration.  
	8. Select the protocols used on your network.  See your 
	   network administrator if you do not know what protocols 
	   are used.

	9. Select <OK> when completed.  Select Exit at the main 
	   LAPS window and <Continue> at the Update Drives window.  
	   Exit LAPS, shut down OS/2 and reboot the machine.
	Refer to the LAN Server installation guide for additional 
	directions on using LAPS.


Automatic installation using the LAN Manager setup program 

	1. In the \LANMAN directory, start the SETUP program.

	2. Select <Configuration> from the main menu.

	3. Select <Network Driver> from the configuration menu.

	4. Remove any old adapter using <Remove Configuration>.

	5. Select <Add Configuration>.

	6. Select <Other Drivers> and follow the directions.

Manual installation for OS/2 LAN Manager

	If LAN Manager is already installed and configured and you 
	do not wish to use the LAN Manager installation program, 
	you must perform the following steps manually:

	1. Create DEPCA driver directory


	2. Copy the files 
	   to the new directory.

	   to the directory


	4. Add the following to CONFIG.SYS to load the driver:


	5. Modify PROTOCOL.INI by appending the following: 


	6. Modify TCPIP_XIF and NETBEUI_XIF modules in PROTOCOL.INI 
	   by changing the value of the bindings keyword.

	   from BINDINGS = driverlabel

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How To Update Drivers Manually

After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • 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.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • 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.

For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.

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