INSTALL.TXT Driver File Contents (AEF360TX-V144.exe)


		Driver Installation Guide for IBM LAN Server
	     ==================================================

Introduction
============
    This document describes the procedure to install NDIS2 OS2 driver on
    IBM LAN Server for AEF-360TX Family PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter.

    Location of Driver: \NDIS2\OS2\RTSND.OS2


Installation Procedure
======================
 A. Installing driver for OS/2 LAN Server 2.0/3.0:
    ----------------------------------------------
    Before you start with the installation process,  make sure that OS/2
    LAN Server is properly installed. Similarly, your LAN adapter should
    also be properly installed in your server.

    1. Copy "RTSND.OS2" and "RTL8139.NIF" files from your Driver diskette
       (A:\NDIS2\OS2) to C:\IBMCOM\MACS.

    2. Click the OS/2 LAN Service LAPS icon or manually run LAPS.EXE from
       the IBMCOM directory.

    3. Select "Installation and configuration".The IBM logo should appear
       on screen.

    4. Click <OK>.

    5. Select <Advance> and press <Enter>.

    6. Select "Install or Configuration this Workstation."

    7. Select the server type, adding a server or domain controller. The
       "install or remove" selections should appear.

    8. Select "Configure a component."

    9. Click the "Configure" button.

   10. Select "Configure workstation."

   11. Select "AEF-360TX Family PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter" when system prompted to
       identify you Network Adapter. Then click the <Add> button.

   12. Select IBM NETBIOS from the list and click the <Add> button.

   13. Select <OK> to confirm all selections.

   14. Follow screen instructions to complete the process, selecting <OK>
       to accept default selections.

   15. Continue pressing <OK> until your screen prompts you to backup old
       "CONFIG.SYS" and "AUTOEXEC.BAT"  and create a new "CONFIG.SYS" and
       "AUTOEXEC.BAT". Also select <OK> to confirm this.

   16. Installation is complete now. Reset PC by turning it off and on.


 B. Installing driver for OS/2 LAN Server 4.0:
    ------------------------------------------
    Before you start with the installation process, make sure that OS/2
    LAN Server is properly installed. Similarly, your adapter should
    also be properly installed in your server.

    1. In OS/2 window, Click the "MPTS" icon.

    2. The screen will display the IBM Log, press "OK".

    3. Select "Install" button.

    4. Insert the driver disk, specify the driver path A:\NDIS2\OS2 and
       press <Enter>.

    5. When complete above step to load RTSND.OS2 into OS/2 system, then
       configure your system.

    6. The same step as step 3, select "Configure" button.

    7. The screen will display	"Configure"  dialog box and select "LAN
       adapters and protocols" then press "configure" button.

    8. The screen will display "LAPS Configuration" dialog box, move
       highlight to "AEF-360TX Family PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter" item in "Network
       Adapter" window, and select "NetBios" protocol. Then, press "OK".

    9. Installation is complete now. Reset PC by turning it off and on.


 C. Installing Multiple LAN Adapters:
    ---------------------------------
    1. follow [B]. 1-9 and add two AEF-360TX Adapter driver.

    2. in IBM Lan Services icon, OS/2 Lan Sercices Installation
       /Configuration
       - Select your the server of the insatlled,[OK].
       - Do you want to re-install this version.[No].
       - Installing tow card driver [OK] in mpts.
       - Configure a component. [OK]
       - Lan Services Adapters. [OK]
       - Configure. [OK]
       - Two Adapter [V]. OK


 D. Sample of configuration file:
    -----------------------------
    File Name:	    C:\CONFIG.SYS
    ----------
    ...
    Device=C:\IBMCOM\MACS\RTSND.OS2
    ...

    File Name:	    C:\IBMCOM\PROTOCOL.INI
    ----------
    ...
    [IBMLXCFG]
    LANDD_nif	= LANDD.nif
    NETBEUI_nif = NETBEUI.nif
    ODI2NDI_nif = ODI2NDI.nif
    TCPIP_nif	= TCPIP.nif
    RTSND_nif	= RTSND.nif
    ...
    [LANDD_nif]
    DriverName	  = LANDD$
    Bindings	  = RTL8139
    ETHERAND_TYPE = "I"
    ...
    [NETBEUI_nif]
    DriverName	  = netbeui$
    Bindings	  = RTL8139
    ETHERAND_TYPE = "I"
    ...
    [ODI2NDI_nif]
    DriverName = odi2ndi$
    Bindings   = RTL8139
    ...
    [TCPIP_nif]
    DriverName = TCPIP$
    Bindings   = RTL8139

    [RTL8139]
    DriverName	  = RTSND$
    ;EtherID=@52544C111111  ;This keyword is used to desinate a AEF-360TX
			    ;adapter by assigning it's ethernet ID when
			    ;more than one adapters exist on one system.

    ;BusNo=@00		    ;This keyword is used to desinate a AEF-360TX
			    ;adapter by assigning it's PCI bus number
			    ;when more than one adapters exist on one
			    ;system.(must be used with 'DeviceNo' keyword)

    ;DeviceNo=@0A	    ;This keyword is used to desinate a AEF-360TX
			    ;adapter by assigning it's PCI Device number
			    ;when more than one adapters exist on one
			    ;system.(must be used with 'BusNo' keyword)

    ;Medium=100/10	    ;This keyword is used to force AEF-360TX adapter
			    ;to speed 10M or 100M mode. If not present,
			    ;the driver will auto-detect the speed.



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  • 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.

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