LANMAN.TXT Driver File Contents (AcctonEN2212PCMCIACardEthernetDrivers.exe)

        Accton  EN2212 Ethernet PCMCIA Adapter
       NDIS Driver for LAN Manager Installation
      ==========================================

The driver ETHPCM.DOS contained under directory \MSLANMAN.DOS
is used with  Accton Ethernet PCMCIA adapters in the LAN Manager
environment.

This driver conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification
(NDIS) 2.0 defined by Microsoft/3Com.



1. Installation Procedure for LAN Manager V2.0
===============================================

 a. Type "Setup" in the Lan Manager Directory.  Press <Enter>.

 b. Press <Enter>.

 c. Select "Import Network Drivers..." in "Action".  Press <Enter>.

 d. Type the source drive letter (A: or B:).

 e. Insert Driver Disk in the source drive.  Press <Enter>.
    "Import Network Drivers" appears.

 f. Press the <SPACEBAR> to select Network Adapter Card, "Accton EN2212
    Adapter Card".  Press <Enter>.

 g. Press the <NO> button.

 h. Press <Enter> three times.  "Network Driver" appears.

 i. Select "Accton EN2212 Ethernet Card" in the "Network Adapter Cards" 
    menu.  Press <Add driver>, <Add protocol>, and <OK>.
    "Workstation Primary parameters" appears.  Press <OK>.

 j. Press <OK> three times.

 k. Select "Save" in "Action".

 l. Press <F3> to Exit.


2. Installation Procedure for LAN Manager V2.1
===============================================

 a. Type "lmsetup" in the Lan Manager Directory.  Press Enter.
    Microsoft LAN Manger Setup appears.

 b. Select "Network Drivers..." in "Configuration".  Press Enter.

 c. Select <Add New Configs>.  Press Enter.
    "Network Adapter Driver" appears.

 d. Select <Other Driver>.  Press Enter.

 e. Insert the Driver Disk in the source drive.  Type the 
    drive letter (A: or B:).  Push the <OK> button.

 f. In "Available Network Adapter Driver", select "Accton EN2212 Ethernet 
    adapter".  Push the <OK> button.

 g. Press the SPACEBAR to select the protocols.

 h. Push the <OK> button.  "Configuration Complete" appears.

 i. Push the <Save> button.

 j. Press "F3" to exit.

 k. Press Enter.


3. Sample CONFIG.SYS file
==========================

   a. <V2.0>
      LASTDRIVE=Z
      BUFFERS = 35
      FILES = 35
      SHELL=C:\DOS50\COMMAND.COM C:\DOS50\e:1000 /p /E:1024
      DEVICE=C:\HIMEM.SYS
      DEVICE=C:\DOS50\SETVER.EXE
      DOS=HIGH,UMB

      DEVICE=C:\LANMAN.DOS\ACCOPEN.EXE /int=5 /port=300
      DEVICE=C:\LANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\PROTMAN\PROTMAN.DOS /i:C:\LANMAN.DOS
      DEVICE=C:\LANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\ACCTON\ACCNE\ETHPCM.DOS
      DEVICE=C:\LANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\PROTOCOL\NETBEUI\NETBEUI.DOS


   b. <V2.1>
      LASTDRIVE=Z
      BUFFERS = 35
      FILES = 35
      SHELL=C:\DOS50\COMMAND.COM C:\DOS50\e:1000 /p /E:1024
      DEVICE=C:\HIMEM.SYS
      DEVICE=C:\LANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\DOSUTILS\EMM386.EXE NoEMS
      DEVICE=C:\DOS50\SETVER.EXE
      DOS=HIGH,UMB

      DEVICE=C:\LANMAN.DOS\ACCOPEN.EXE /port=300 /int=5
      DEVICE=C:\LANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\PROTMAN\PROTMAN.DOS /i:C:\LANMAN.DOS
      DEVICE=C:\LANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\ACCTON\ACCNE\ETHPCM.DOS


4. Sample PROTOCOL.INI file for LAN Manager
============================================

  a. <V2.0>
       [PROTOCOL MANAGER]
        DRIVERNAME = PROTMAN$

       [NETBEUI_XIF]
        Drivername = netbeui$
        BINDINGS = "ACCNE_NIF"

       [ACCNE_NIF]
       ; PROTOCOL.INI for Accton EN2212 ethernet adapter

          drivername = ETHPCM$
          irq = 5
          iobase = 0x300

       ; End of this sample file



   b. <V2.1>
       [PROTMAN]
        DRIVERNAME = PROTMAN$
        DYNAMIC = YES
        PRIORITY = NETBEUI

       [NETBEUI_XIF]
        Drivername = netbeui$
        SESSIONS = 6
        NCBS = 12
        BINDINGS = "ACCNE_NIF"
        LANABASE = 0

       [ACCNE_NIF]
       ; PROTOCOL.INI for Accton EN2212 ethernet adapter

          drivername = ETHPCM$
          irq = 5
          iobase = 0x300

       ; End of this sample file



5. Samle AUTOEXEC.BAT file for LAN Manager
==========================================

   a. <V2.0>

   @echo off
   PROMPT $P$G
   PATH=c:\PE2;C:\DOS50;C:\NC;
   APPEND=C:\PE2;C:\DOS50;
   REM ====== LANMAN 2.0 === DO NOT MODIFY BETWEEN THESE LINES ===== LANMAN 2.0 ====
   SET PATH=C:\LANMAN.DOS\NETPROG;%PATH%
   C:\LANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\PROTMAN\NETBIND
   NET START WORKSTATION
   REM ====== LANMAN 2.0 === DO NOT MODIFY BETWEEN THESE LINES ===== LANMAN 2.0 ====

   b. <V2.1>

   @echo off
   PROMPT $P$G
   PATH=c:\PE2;C:\DOS50;C:\NC;
   APPEND=C:\PE2;C:\DOS50;

   @REM ====== LANMAN 2.1 === DO NOT MODIFY BETWEEN THESE LINES === LANMAN 2.1 ===
   SET PATH=C:\LANMAN.DOS\NETPROG;%PATH%
   NET START WORKSTATION
   LOAD NETBEUI
   @REM ====== LANMAN 2.1 === DO NOT MODIFY BETWEEN THESE LINES === LANMAN 2.1 ===

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