Accton EN2212 Ethernet PCMCIA Adapter NDIS Driver for LAN Server Installation ========================================= The driver ETHPCM.DOS contained in directory \NDIS\DOS is used for Accton Ethernet PCMCIA adapters in the LAN Server environment. This driver conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) 2.0 defined by Microsoft/3Com. 1. DOS LAN REQUESTER ======================= a. At the DOS prompt, insert the IBM LAN Support Program (LSP) Version 1.3x Diskette into the disk drive (A: or B: ). b. Type "dxmaid". The IBM logo appears. c. Press <Enter> twice. The Environment Information screen appears. d. Specify the values for the following fields on this screen. Use the <Space Bar> to toggle between selections. Configuration for this computer? Yes Use existing configuration information? Yes Do you have adapter option diskettes? Yes Are you configuring for two adapters? No Do you need 802.2 interface support? Yes Type change as needed to the drive and directory fields: Source for LSP A:\ Target for new configuration C:\lsp e. Make sure the values are correct. Press <Enter> to store your choices. "Process Adapter Option Diskette" screen appears. f. Insert the Driver Diskette in the source drive and specify the path: A:\NDIS\DOS or B:\NDIS\DOS. Press <Enter>. g. The files are copied from the Driver Diskette to the target directory on the hard disk. h. Press <Enter> three times. i. Insert the LSP diskette and press <Enter>. The "Current Configuration" screen appears with the Accton EN2212 series adapter and protocols already selected ("IBM IEEE 802.2" and "IBM OS/2 NETBIOS"). j. Press F4. LSP is installed completely. k. Use a text editor to edit the CONFIG.SYS file. Specify at least 20 files in the FILES= line, like this: FILES=20 Save the CONFIG.SYS file, and reboot the computer. l. Insert the DOS LAN Requester Install Diskette 1. m. Type: install. Press <Enter>. The IBM logo appears. Press <Enter>. n. Press <Enter> two more times. The program prompts you for the pathname of the DOS LAN Requester directory. o. Specify the pathname for the DOS LAN Requester directory. (C:\DOSLAN is the default.) Press <Enter>. The program asks you which services you require. p. Highlight either the "Send messages" or "Send, View, Edit, and Log messages" option. (Normally, you select the second option.) Press <Enter> to confirm your selection. q. Specify the machine's ID and the domain ID. The domain ID must be the domain server ID and must be the same for all workstations on the network. r. Follow the prompts to complete the installation. -- THE END --Download Driver Pack
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