PROTOCOL.INI Driver File Contents (davicom.zip)

;---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; PROTOCOL.INI of CNet PRO200 PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter
;---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Description :
;	Drivername = DM9PCI$
;
;	SLOT =	1
;	   This parameter specifies the slot number used for notifications.
;	   For PCI slot , you can specify from 1 to 16.
;
;	MEDIA_TYPE = AUTODETECT    --> Auto detect the data rate and duplex mode
;		    FM_100M_FULL   --> Forced 100M Full Duplex Mode
;		    FM_100M_HALF   --> Forced 100M Half Duplex Mode
;		    FM_10M_FULL    --> Forced 10M Full Duplex Mode
;		    FM_10M_HALF    --> Forced 10M Half Duplex Mode
;		    FM_1M_HOMEPNA  --> Forced 1M HomePNA
;	   This parameter specifies the connector type configuration
;	   (data rate and duplex mode) of the  network adapter card.
;
;	POWER_SPEED = LOW_PW_HIGH_SP	--> set low power high speed for HOMEPNA
;		      LOW_PW_LOW_SP	--> set low power low speed for HOMEPNA
;		      HIGH_PW_HIGH_SP	--> set high power low speed for HOMEPNA
;		      HIGH_PW_LOW_SP	--> set high power low speed for HOMEPNA
;
;	IGNORE_REMCMD = ENABLE		--> ignore remote command
;			DISABLE		--> accept remote command
;
;	SEND_REMCMD = ENABLE		--> send remote command
;		      DISABLE		--> don't send remote command
;
;	VLAN = ENABLE			--> enable VLAN
;	       DISABLE			--> disable VLAN (default)
;
;	RX_FLOW = ENABLE		--> enable Rx flow control
;		  DISABLE		--> disable Rx flow control (default)
;
;	TX_FLOW = ENABLE		--> enable Tx flow control
;		  DISABLE		--> disable Tx flow control
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
	DriverName = DM9PCI$

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