FEB-26-1996 *********** Ver 1.01 *********** 940-PD.COM [Options] (A) The 940-PD.COM is a packet driver on DOS: To run the 940-PD.COM directly on the DOS prompt - driver:\> [driver:\path\]940-PD.COM<enter> (B) Functional Description: 1) Supported functions for FTP1.09 spec. are driver_info(), access_type(), release_type(), send_pkt(), terminate(), get_address(), reset_interface(), get_parameters(), set_rcv_mode(), get_rcv_mode(), set_multicast_list(), get_multicast_list(), get_statistics(), and set_address(). 2) The input options are (2.1) 940-pd [packet_int_no] [ID0-ID1-ID2-ID3-ID4-ID5] where packet_int_no is the software interrupt number, and in the range 0x60 through 0x80 (including 0x60 and 0x80). The default value is 0x60 (0x60 means 60h). The ID0-ID1, ..., ID5 are the 6 bytes' physical address, and valued 0x0-0xff. (2.2) 940-pd -U/-u packet_int_no the parameter 'U' or 'u' may unload this packet driver using this specific packet_int_no. (2.3) 940-pd ? show message about user interface (2.1), and (2.2). 3) The rule for unload this driver is : to unload this driver staying in that packet_int_no. 4) The rule for working on LAN cards (one card or more cards) is : in program initialization stage, we will scan the same Winbond packet driver from 0x60 to 0x80 (suppose there have N Winbond packet driver before us), and remember their bus number, device number and function numbers. If the user has not specified the physical address, then we work on the Winbond LAN card which bus number and device number are the smallest and different from the N Winbond LAN cards. If the user has specified the physical address, then we read LAN card's physical address excluding the N Winbond LAN cards, and try to find out the specified LAN card. 5) This driver uses double word instruction to access 940 SRAM data. (C) Histories of Release: ***) 1.00, 11-15-1995 First release. ***) 1.01, 02-26-1996. (D) Troubles Shooting:Download Driver Pack
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