PCNFS.TXT Driver File Contents (AcctonEN2212PCMCIACardEthernetDrivers.exe)

	  Accton EN2212 Ethernet PCMCIA Adapter
	 NDIS Driver for SUN PC-NFS Installation
	=========================================

The driver ETHPCM.DOS contained in directory \NDIS\DOS is used with
Accton Ethernet PCMCIA adapters in the SUN PC-NFS environment.

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


1. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
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  a. Add "Device=c:\dos\ansi.sys" in CONFIG.SYS.  Reboot the PC.

  b. Insert the PC-NFS Installation diskette in the diskette drive (A: or B:)
     and type: install <Enter>.

  c. Enter the destination drive letter (e.g. C:).  Press <Enter>.

  d. Select "Ethernet" and press <Enter>.

  e. Select the "NDIS" option from the "Ethernet Adapter" menu.

  f. Enter proper responses to all the prompts.

  g. Specify the PC name, IP address, server name, and server
     IP address.

  h. Follow all the prompts to finish the installation.

  i. The system create \LANMAN and \NFS directory on the destination drive.

  j. After completed, copy the ETHPCM.DOS file from
     subdirectory \MSLANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\ACCTON\ACCNE on the
     Accton driver program diskette to the \LANMAN (C: or D:)
     directory on the destination drive.

  k. Use a text editor, edit the config.sys. Add this
     line above the NFS_NDIS driver specification:

	   DEVICE=C:\LANMAN\ETHPCM.DOS

  l. Edit the protocol.ini file in the \LANMAN directory.

	 1). Replace [your-mac-module] with [ETHPCM]

	 2). Replace drivername = YOURMAC$ with drivername = ETHPCM$

	    Specify the correct IRQ and IOBASE values (May be omitted)
	    for this adapter depending on the adapter's setting:

	      IRQ = 5
	      IOBASE = 0x300
	      ...

	 3). Replace bindings = YOUR-MAC-MODULE with bindings = ETHPCM$

    m. Reboot the computer.

    n. Execute NFSCONF.EXE to configure the system (e.g. Mount a
       virtual drive E:).  Execute TELNET.EXE to do terminal emulation.

   Sample configuration files:

2. Config.sys

   shell=c:\command.com /P /E:526
   dos=high, UMB
   rem ----pcnfs install
   Device=c:\dos\ansi.sys
   DEVICE=C:\NFS\PCNFS.SYS  /m
   DEVICE=C:\NFS\SOCKDRV.SYS
   DEVICE=C:\LANMAN\ACCOPEN.EXE /port=300 /int=5
   DEVICE=C:\LANMAN\PROTMAN.SYS /i:C:\LANMAN --> specify PROTOCOL.INI directory.
   device=C:\LANMAN\ETHPCM.DOS	-----------> Accton NDIS driver name
   DEVICE=C:\LANMAN\NFS-NDIS.SYS
   FILES=50
   BUFFERS=50
   LASTDRIVE=v
   STACKS=9,256

3. Protocol.ini at \LANMAN directory

   [protocol manager]
      drivername = PROTMAN$

   [ETHPCM]
      drivername = ethpcm$
      irq = 5
      iobase = 0x300

   [NFS-NDIS]
      drivername = NFSLINK1
      bindings = ETHPCM

4. Autoexec.bat

   ...
   SET TZ=PST8
   SET path=C:\;C:\NFS;C:\LANMAN
   SET NFSDRIVE=D
   C:lanman\netbind   ----> Add this line to Bind NDIS driver
   PRT *
   NFSRUN

-- THE END --

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