PROTOCOL.INI Driver File Contents (

; protocol.ini entries for the FE-1000TX.

;    The driver name varies depending on how many adapters are installed
;    in the system.  The first adapter is always referenced through
;    SMC9X$.  For example, the second adapter's driver name is
;    SMC9X2$, the ninth adapter's drivername is SMC9X9$.  More than
;    nine adapters are not supported.  This is a common naming convention
;    among NDIS drivers.  For example, the PROTOCOL.INI entry should look
;    like this

  DriverName = "SMC9X$"

;   The possible interrupts 9, 3, 10, and 11.  The default is the value
;   specified in the FE-1000TX EEPROM.

; Interrupt = 9

;   The I/O base address must match the value set in the FE-1000TX EEPROM.
;   This entry must be in the PROTOCOL.INI.

  IOBase = 0x300

;   Media type of the attached network.  Possible values are 10BaseT
;   ,MII and AUTO.  The default is the type specified in the FE-1000TX

; Transceiver = "MII"

;   The ethernet address to which the card will respond may be overridden.
;   The new value is specified as a string of hex digits separated by dashes.
;   The default is the value specified in the FE-1000TX EEPROM.

; NetworkAddress = "02-00-00-00-00-01"

;   The amount of queueing space in the driver to process transmit requests
;   may be specified.  Values are in the range 1 to 40.  The default is 1.

  MaxTransmits = 1

;   The normal interface presented by the FE-1000TX is 16 bits wide.  For
;   situations where an 8 bit interface is required, this interface
;   may be forced via the Disable16 keyword.  Note that this option has
;   no effect if the card itself is jumpered for 16 bit operation.

;  Disable16

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