NDIS2/PCNFS.TXT Driver File Contents (fe1500.exe)

Driver Package File Name: fe1500.exe
File Size: 586.8 KB

        PCMCIA Fast Ethernet Card Installation for SUN PCNFS 5.0

 Contents
 --------
        .Introduction
        .Requirements
        .Minimum Skill Level
        .Getting Started

 Introduction
 ------------
        This installation assumes that the PCMCIA drivers are working properly.
        Getting Started will describe the installation for Lan Manager.

 Requirements
 ------------
        .A PCMCIA compatible Laptop
        .A PCMCIA chipset that is PCIC compatible (Intel, Cirrus, Vadem, and
                VLSI) or a Card Service has been installed
        .SUN PCNFS 5.0 or newer
        .A PCMCIA Fast Ethernet Card
        .A knowledge of basic DOS commands and editing text files

 Minimum Skill Level
 -------------------
        .A knowledge of basic DOS commands
        .A knowledge of editing text files
        .A knowledge of DOS basic file structure (CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT)
        .A knowledge of the network driver configuration being used
        .Please see Support Options if you are not comfortable will this
         skill level

 Getting Started
 ---------------
        Please read all methods below and choose the one that matches your
        configuration.

        Method 1 -- NDIS Driver
        -----------------------
        When using PC-NFS concurrently with LAN Manager, select the "NDIS"
        option from the PC-NFS installation screen.  This option works with
        the NDIS driver included in the provided driver diskette.  Copy the
        files listed below into the \NFS directory of your hard disk.  These
        files will be used in the installation.

        File              Description
        ------------     ----------------------------------------------
        NFS-NDIS.SYS      PC-NFS driver program
        LANEN.EXE         PC card enabler. Copy from A:\ENABLER\LANEN.EXE
        LE100.DOS         NDIS driver program
        PROTMAN.SYS       MS PROTOCOL MANAGER
        NETBIND.EXE       MS LAN MANAGER Netbind

        The following lists the contents of the configuration files:

        CONFIG.SYS                                AUTOEXEC.BAT
        ----------                                ------------
        SWITCHES=/F                               SET TZ=EST5EDT
        DEVICE=C:\HIMEM.SYS                       C:\DOS\SMARTDRV.EXE
        DEVICE=C:\EMM386.EXE NOEMS RAM            @PROMPT $p$g
        DOS=HIGH,UMB                              PATH=C:\NFS;C:\WINDOWS;C:\DOS;
        BUFFERS=10,0                              C:\LANMAN\NETBIND
        FILES=40                                  SET TEMP=C:\DOS
        STACKS=0,0                                SET NFSDRIVE=C
        LASTDRIVE=G                               SET NFSPATH=C:\NFS
        SHELL=C:\DOS\COMMAND.COM C:\DOS /P        SET TN_DIR=C:\NFS\TELNET
        DEVICE=C:\NFS\PCNFS.SYS /l40              C:\NFS\PRT *
        DEVICE=C:\NFS\SOCKDRV.SYS                 C:\NFS\NET INIT
        DEVICE=C:\LANMAN\PROTMAN.SYS /I:C:\LANMAN
        DEVICE=C:\LANMAN\NFS-NDIS.SYS
        DEVICE=C:\LANMAN\LANEN.EXE
        DEVICE=C:\LANMAN\LE100.DOS

        PROTOCOL.INI
        ------------
        [PROTOCOL MANAGER]
              DriverName   = PROTMAN$

        [LE100_NIF]
                DRIVERNAME = LE100$
        [NFS-NDIS]
              DriverName   = NFSLINK$
              Bindings     = LE100_NIF

        To use the NDIS driver, the user needs to obtain a PC-NFS 5.0
        QUIKNDIS diskette which will install all but the Fast Ethernet driver.

        Method 2  -- ODI Driver
        -----------------------
        When using PC-NFS concurrently with NetWare 3.1x/4.0, select the
        "ODI" option from the PC-NFS installation screen.  This option works
        with the ODI driver included in the provided driver diskette.  Copy
        the files listed below into the \NFS directory of your hard disk.
        These files will be used in the installation.

        File             Description
        ------------     -----------------------------------------
        NFSODI.SYS       PC-NFS driver program
        LANEN.EXE        PC card enabler
        LE100ODI.COM     ODI driver program
        LSL.COM          NetWare Link Support Layer
        IPXODI.COM       NetWare IPX/SPX Protocol
        NETX.EXE         NetWare Workstation Shell

        The following lists the contents of the configuration files:

        CONFIG.SYS                             AUTOEXEC.BAT
        ----------                             ------------
        SWITCHES=/F                            SET TZ=EST5EDT
        DEVICE=C:\HIMEM.SYS                    C:\DOS\SMARTDRV.EXE
        DEVICE=C:\EMM386.EXE NOEMS RAM         @PROMPT $p$g
        DOS=HIGH,UMB                           PATH=C:\NFS;C:\WINDOWS;C:\DOS;
        BUFFERS=10,0                           SET TEMP=C:\DOS
        FILES=40                               SET NFSDRIVE=C
        STACKS=0,0                             SET NFSPATH=C:\NFS
        LASTDRIVE=G                            SET TN_DIR=C:\NFS\TELNET
                                               LANEN
        SHELL=C:\DOS\COMMAND.COM C:\DOS /P     LSL
        DEVICE=C:\NFS\PCNFS.SYS /l40           LE100ODI
        DEVICE=C:\NFS\SOCKDRV.SYS              C:\NFS\PRT *
        DEVICE=C:\NFS\NFSODI.SYS /b2           C:\NFS\NET INIT
                                               IPXODI
                                               NETX

        NET.CFG
        ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
        Link driver LE100ODI
               INT 11
               PORT 320
               Frame Ethernet_802.3
               Frame Ethernet_II
               Protocol IPX 0 Ethernet_802.3

        If your Novell FILE SERVER is configured to use the Ethernet_802.3
        frame type, add a /b2 switch to the line DEVICE=C:\NFS\NFSODI.SYS
        in your CONFIG.SYS file and add an entry in your NET.CFG file
        defining the two frames types.

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