README.TXT Driver File Contents (EN1661.ZIP)

	    Reomte Boot Procedures for Microsoft NT 3.5 Server
	    --------------------------------------------------
			V 1.00 3/6/1995
A. Configuration:
   Server    : Microsoft NT 3.5 Server or above
   Client    : MS-DOS or IBM PC-DOS
	       Network Adapter with RPL BootRom (Generic BootRom)
	       Ndis Driver for DOS
   Manual    : Microsoft Windows NT Server "Installation Guide"(NT Manual)

B. Server Installation:

   0. The network adapter and protocol must be installed successfully.

   1. In NT Server "Main" Group ->"Control Pannel" -> "Network"
      Add Software "DLC Protocol" and "RemoteBoot Service".

   2. Copy DOS files to NT Server (NT Manual page 117,118)
      Example: Copy From System Diskette A:

	Copy A:\DOS\*.* C:\WINNT35\RPL\RPLFILES\DOSxxx	(xxx: DOS version)
	Attrib -s -h A:\IO.SYS
	Attrib -s -h A:\MSDOS.SYS
	Copy A:\IO.SYS C:\WINNT35\RPL\RPLFILES\DOSxxx
	Copy A:\MSDOS.SYS C:\WINNT35\RPL\RPLFILES\DOSxxx

	Attrib +s +h A:\IO.SYS
	Attrib +s +h A:\MSDOS.SYS

    3. Start "Remote Manager" from Network Administration Group.
       (Restart the system if you do not have "Remote Manager" Icon)

    4. "Checking the remoteboot Installation" reference NT Manual page 120.

    5. Go to MSDOS prompt , Run RPLCMD.EXE to add "Boot" , "Config" and
       "Vendor".(Reference Manual "Creating Remoteboot Configuration for new
		 Adapters" Page 139)
	Example:
	. Copy Adapter Driver diskette A:\NDIS\DOS\ETHNE.DOS to
	  C:\WINNT35\RPL\BBLOCK\NDIS directory.
	. Create Directory C:\WINNT35\RPL\BBLOCK\NETBEUI\ETHNE
	. Copy A:\BOOTROM\NT\DOSBB.CNF C:\WINNT35\RPL\BBLOCK\NETBEUI\ETHNE
	. Copy A:\BOOTROM\NT\PROTOCOL.INI C:\WINNT35\RPL\BBLOCK\NETBEUI\ETHNE
	. Modify PROTOCOL.INI IOBASE and IRQ parameters to match Adapter setting.
	. Use RPLCMD utility to add a  Boot Block for the new adapter.
	  Example:
		C:\WINNT35\RPL> RPLCMD
		Adapter Boot Config Profile Service Vendor Wksta [Quit]: b
		Add Del Enum: a
		BootName=DOSA
		VendorName=0000E8
		BbcFile=BBLOCK\NETBEUI\ETHNE\DOSBB.CNF
			All other parameters are optional
		BootComment=Ethernet ISA
		WindowsSize=0

	. Use RPLCMD utility to add the new configuration.
	  Example:
		C:\WINNT35\RPL> RPLCMD
		Adapter Boot Config Profile Service Vendor Wksta [Quit]: c
		Add Del Enum: a
		ConfigName=DOS622x
		BootName=DOSA
		DirName=DOS
		DirName2=DOS622
		FitShared=fits\dos622.fit
		FitPersonal=fit\dos622p.fit
			All other parameters are optional
		ConfigComment=DOS 6.22 & EN166x
		DirName3=
		DirName4=

	. Use RPLCMD utility to add vendor ID.
	  Example:
		C:\WINNT35\RPL> RPLCMD
		Adapter Boot Config Profile Service Vendor Wksta [Quit]: v
		Add Del Enum: a
		VendorName=0000E8
		VendorComment=Accton EN165x/EN166x


    6. Go to Windows "Remoteboot Manager" to Add "New Profiles" and
       "New Workstation" or "Convert Adapter" If Remote Boot Stations
	have startup. (Reference NT Manual Page 120 for "Managing Profiles"
		       and Page 123 for "Managing RemoteBoot Workstation")

B. Client Installation:
	Put Generic BootRom to Adapter BootRom Socket.
	Run Setup program or 1Step program to Enable BootRom.

C. Sample DOSBB.CNF File
; DOS on Accton EN1665x/EN166x Ethernet
BASE D0H
RPL BBLOCK\RPLBOOT.SYS
LDR BBLOCK\RPLSTART.COM ~
DAT BBLOCK\NETBEUI\ethne\PROTOCOL.INI
DRV BBLOCK\RPLDISK.SYS ~ ~ ~
EXE BBLOCK\RPLPRO1.COM ~ 2 ~
EXE BBLOCK\I13.COM ~ ~ ~
EXE BBLOCK\RPLBIND2.EXE ~ ~
EXE BBLOCK\PROTMAN.EXE ~ ~
EXE BBLOCK\RPLBIND1.EXE ~ ~
;DRV BBLOCK\IPXNDIS.DOS ~ ~ ~
;DRV BBLOCK\TCPDRV.DOS /I:C:\LANMAN.DOS ~ ~
EXE BBLOCK\NETBEUI\NETBEUI.EXE ~ 10 ~
DRV BBLOCK\NDIS\ethne.DOS ~ ~ ~
DRV BBLOCK\PROTMAN.DOS /I:C:\LANMAN.DOS ~ M

D. Sample PROTOCOL.INI

[protman]
  drivername = protman$
  dynamic = yes
  priority = netbeui

[netbeui_xif]
  drivername = netbeui$
  bindings = ethne_nif
  names = 6
  ncbs = 12
  packets = 20
  pipeline = 10
  sessions = 6
  stacksize = 512
  lanabase = 0

[xnsnb_xif]
  drivername = xnsnb$
  bindings = ethne_nif
  load = xnsnb[cbr]
  lanabase = 1

[xnstp_xif]
  drivername = xnstp$
  bindings = ethne_nif
  load = xnstp[ub]
  lanabase = 1

[tcpip_xif]
  drivername = TCPIP$
  disabledhcp = (TCPIP_NO_DHCP)
  ipaddress0 = (TCPIP_ADDRESS)
  subnetmask0 = (TCPIP_SUBMASK)
  defaultgateway0 = (TCPIP_GATEWAY)
  tcpsegmentsize = 1450
  tcpwindowsize = 1450
  nbsessions = 6
  load = tcptsr[c],tinyrfc[c],emsbfr[cr]
  unload = "unloadt /notsr[dc]"
  bindings = ethne_nif
  lanabase = 1

[ipx_xif]
  drivername = ipx$
  load = ipxmark[u],ipx[u]
  unload = ipxrel[c]
  bindings = ethne_nif
  lanabase = 1

[msdlc_xif]
  drivername = msdlc$
  bindings = ethne_nif
  load = msdlc[ub]
  unload = msdlc[u]

[ethne_nif]
  drivername = ethne$
  Iobase=0x300
  Irq=3

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How To Update Drivers Manually

After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • 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.

Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.

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