============================ R E A D M E N O T E S ============================ Broadcom Ethernet Driver for DOS/OS2 NDIS2 Copyright (c) 2002-2004 Broadcom Corporation All rights reserved. CUSTOM KEYWORDS in driver in protocol.ini: BusNum DevNum FuncNum or PortNum LineSpeed Duplex NodeAddress FixCheckSumOff BusNum: This decimal parameter, range from 0-255, specifies the PCI bus number on which the ethernet controller is located. DevNum: This decimal parameter, range from 0-31, specifies the PCI device number assigned to the ethernet controller. FuncNum or PortNum: This decimal parameter, range from 0-7, specifies the PCI function or port number assigned to the ethernet controller. LineSpeed: This decimal parameter, 10 or 100, specifies the speed of the network connection. NOTE: According to IEEE specifications, line speed of 1000 can not be forced and its only achievable by auto negotiation. Duplex: This string parameter, HALF or FULL, specifies duplex mode on the ethernet controller. The Linespeed parameter must be set when this keyword is used. If neither the Duplex nor the Linespeed paramaters are specified the ethernet controller will default to autonegotiate mode. NodeAddress: This string parameter specifies the network address used by the the ethernet controller. If Multicast Address or Broadcast Address was specified, the default MAC Address will be used. FixCheckSumOff: This string parameter turns off the driver's work-around for the TCP/IP stack to recognize the 1's complimented version of the checksum. NOTE: The first three keywords are used concurrently and have been included for manufacturing purposes. Do not use them unless you are familiar with PCI device configuration. These three keywords are needed if multiple NetXtreme boards are on a system and (a) specific NetXtreme adapter/s need to be loaded in specific order. In addition to these three keywords, the driver has ability to detect and load on the NIC that has a good link. In case of multiple NICs with multiple good links, its will loads on the first NIC found with good link. Example of the use of these key words in the protocol.ini: [B57] DriverName = "B57$" BusNum = 3 DevNum = 14 PortNum = 2 LineSpeed = 100 Duplex = Full NodeAddress = "001020304050" To add more adapter(up to 4) repeat the below entry, where n can be from 2 to 4. [B57_n] DriverName = "B57n$" BusNum = DevNum = Example of using addition entries to load more than one adapter in the protocol.ini: [B57] DriverName = "B57$" BusNum = 3 DevNum = 10 [B57_2] DriverName = "B572$" BusNum = 3 DevNum = 11 [B57_3] DriverName = "B573$" BusNum = 3 DevNum = 12 [B57_4] DriverName = "B574$" BusNum = 3 DevNum = 13 NOTE: RPL boot up when using v1.13, the Boot Block Configuration file *.cnf MUST specify in the DRV Type's second field the additional memory (53KB-60KB) used by the driver as follows: DRV BBLOCK\NDIS\B57.DOS ~ 53 ~ NOTE: In some cases due to memory constraints the command NET START may not function properly. For these situations NET START BASIC is recommended.Download Driver Pack
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