Keywords for the B440x 32-BIT Netware Server ODI driver. TxDescriptors= This is to initialize Descriptor resources on the adapter for transmits. Min = 100 Max = 512 Default = 200 RxBuffers= This is to pre-allocate receive ECBs & Receive adapter resources. This setting may be affected by the Netware server maximum/minimum packet receive buffer settings. Min = 32 Max = 512 Default = 200 Speed= This keyword is to force the line speed of the adapter. When this keyword is used, the switch to which the adapter cable is connected must also be forced to the same speed. If not, the adapter and switch may run at different duplex modes. It is important to have the switch and adapter set properly. The best way to ensure good connectivity is to not set the speed keyword and allow for automatic link setup (auto-negotiation). Choices are : AUTO, 10FD,10HD, 100FD, 100HD, Default is Auto. Link= This keyword is used to allow for autonegotiation using the Speed keyword as the advertised speed. When set to FORCE, the Speed keyword is forced. When the Speed keyword is AUTO, normal autonegotiation takes place. It is best to allow for autonegotiation between the card and switch, by not setting this keyword or the Speed keyword. Choices are: AUTO, FORCE Default is FORCE. TxFlow= This keyword allows enabling/disabling of TxFlow control. Choices are: ON, OFF Default is OFF. RxFlow= This keyword allows enabling/disabling of RxFlow control. Choices are: ON, OFF Default value is OFF. PDriver= Allows for the driver to operate in persistent driver mode. Only use if adapter is placed in a Hot Plug PCI slot and only if required to swap with an exact same board. Choices are: OFF, ON Default value is OFF. FRAME= This is a Novell Netware keyword. String specifying the frame type. Choices are: ETHERNET_II ETHERNET_802.3 ETHERNET_802.2 ETHERNET_SNAP Default is usally ETHERNET_802.2 SLOT= This is a Novell Netware keyword. System-wide unique Hardware Instance Number (HIN) that corresponds to the physical PCI bus,device and function of a PCI based system. For more information read the following link and contact Novell. http://developer.novell.com/research/sections/netmanage/tips/2000/october/spv.htm SLOT=nDownload Driver Pack
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