Accton EN2212 Ethernet PCMCIA Adapter NDIS Driver for Wollongong Pathway Access Installation ======================================================== The driver ETHPCM.DOS contained in directory \NDIS\DOS is used with Accton Ethernet PCMCIA adapters in the Wollongong Pathway Access environment. This driver conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) 2.0 defined by Microsoft/3Com. 1. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ========================== a. NDIS driver Installation Procedure: 1. Insert your copy of Pathway Drivers diskette into drive A. Enter: C:\>A: 2. To install the software, enter: A:\> pwinstal C: where C: is the hard drive letter (you could also use D:, E:, and so on) that you intend to install your Pathway software on. The PWINSTAL program automatically installs the driver software in a directory named \PATHWAY on the drive you specified. The installation is complete when you receive the following message: "The Pathway Drivers have been copied successfully. Refer to documentation to complete driver installation." 3. Insert the driver diskette in drive A and copy the NDIS driver to the subdirectory where you installed the Pathway software: A:\> Copy A:\NDIS\DOS\ETHPCM.DOS C:\PATHWAY 4. Edit the C:\CONFIG.SYS file to contain the following entries: DEVICE=C:\PATHWAY\ACCOPEN.EXE /int=5 /port=300 DEVICE=C:\PATHWAY\PWTCP.SYS DEVICE=C:\PATHWAY\PROTMAN.EXE/I:C:\PATHWAY DEVICE=C:\PATHWAY\ETHPCM.DOS At the same time copy ACCOPEN.EXE from the driver diskette to the \PATHWAY directory. 5. Use a text editor to create a PROTOCOL.INI file in C:\PATHWAY with the following section: [EN2212] DriverName = ETHPCM$ 6. The startup batch file - AUTOEXEC.BAT should have the following entries in the order shown: path=c:\pathway ndis [-d:#] pwbind where the -d option is used when accessing a specific module number within PROTOCOL.INI. In your PROTOCOL.INI file, a line enclosed by square brackets designates the beginning of a new module. Each module is referred to by a hexadecimal number. The first module is module number one. The second is module number two, and so on. b. Pathway Kernel Installation Procedure 1. Insert the Pathway Kernel diskette in drive A. Enter: C:\>A: 2. To install the software, enter: A:\> pwinstal C: where C: is the hard drive letter (you could also use D:, E:, and so on) that you intend to install your Pathway software on. The PWINSTAL program automatically installs the driver software in a directory named \PATHWAY on the drive you specified. Diskette copying is complete when you see the following message: "Pathway Kernel files have been copied successfully. Reboot and refer to the documentation to complete kernel installation." 3. Remove the diskette from drive A: and reboot your PC by pressing <Ctrl>, <Alt>, and <Del> at the same time. 4. Change current directory to \PATHWAY. 5. Run the CUSTOM program to set or change the following parameters: . The Internet address . The subnet mask (if your network has subnetworks) . The gateway address (if you are communicating with hosts outside your local network) 6. Remove the diskette from drive A: and reboot your PC by pressing <Ctrl>, <Alt>, and <Del> at the same time. 7. Enter the following command to load the Kernel: C:\PATHWAY> PWTCP 8. Test your PC by using the PING program: C:\PATHWAY> PING hostname where hostname is the official name, alias, or Internet address of a host on your network that you expect to be able to communicate with. -- THE END --Download Driver Pack
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