Accton Technology Corporation Packet Driver Installation For EN2212 Ethernet PCMCIA Adapters Copyright (C) 1993, 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation. All rights reserved. The driver PCMPD.COM is used with Accton Ethernet PCMCIA adapters. To load the packet driver, type: PCMPD 0X60. PCMPD syntax: PCMPD [-d] [-n] [-w] [-h] <PD_INT_NO> [IRQ] [IO_BASE] where: [-d] The "-d" option does not start LAN card until this driver is called by the higher layer programs first. [-n] Your NOVELL server uses NOVELL ISO-like packets. Your NOVELL workstation uses NOVELL 8137 packets. You can use this option to convert NOVELL 8137 packets into NOVELL ISO-like packets. [-w] Steve Wallace added a hack to let the packet drivers run under Windows. This is not to be construed with the proper solution, which is to write a TCP/IP package for Windows. This hack is enabled only when you use the '-w' switch. [-h] This option displays the on-line help. <PD_INT_NO> This specifies the software interrupt (IRQ) where you'll load the packet driver. It must be in the range 0x60 to 0x80. The PC/TCP kernel, by default, is loaded at interrupt 0x61 (so don't load the packet driver there!) [IRQ] This specifies the hardware interrupt (IRQ) where your card will be indicated whether the ring buffer is empty or not. [IO_BASE] This specifies the I/O address . Example: The following command line loads the Accton Packet Driver at software interrupt 60h, I/O address 300, and hardware interrupt 5 (NE2000 MODE). PCMPD 0x60 5 0x300 Note: The default I/O address is 300. Note: The default hardware interrupt is 5. Note: The placement of 0x prior to the parameters. After the Packet Driver is loaded, you can run the PC/TCP kernel ETHDRV.EXE. The PC is ready for PC/TCP communications. To run PC/TCP applications, you need to load PC/TCP Kernel ("ETHDRV.EXE"). a. Refer to the PC/TCP manual, Command Reference section, Chapter 2.3. b. The following example will load the Kernel and allocate 8 packet buffers. Increasing the number of packet buffers (from the default of 5) prevents packet dropping due to buffer shortage. ETHDRV -p 8 <Enter> c. At this point, you are ready to run PC/TCP applications (e.g., 'ftp', 'telnet'). Example: ftp 126.96.36.199 (188.8.131.52 is the host address) For information regarding the "FTP's PC/TCP Network Software for DOS" packages, please contact: FTP Software, Inc. 26 Princess Street Wakefield, MA 01880 (617) 246-0900 How to Communicate using NCSA Telnet: 1. Make sure you have the correct version of NCSA Telnet for the PC. You need version 2.3 or later to support the packet driver interface. 2. Install the NCSA software on your system. Please refer to the NCSA documentation for detailed instructions. 3. Load Packet Driver (pcmpd 0x60): a. Refer to "Packet Driver Syntax" section above. b. To view the hint screen, type pcmpd -h <Enter> c. The following example will load the packet driver using interrupt vector 60 (hex). The IO_BASE and IRQ will assume the default values. pcmpd 0x60 <Enter> 4. At this point you are ready to run NCSA applications (e.g., 'ftp', 'telnet', etc.) For example: ftp 184.108.40.206 (220.127.116.11 is the host address) For information regarding NCSA's products, please contact: National Center for Supercomputing Applications 264 Computing Applications Building 605 E. Springfield Ave. Champaign, Ill. 61820 (217) 244-0638 firstname.lastname@example.org -- THE END --Download Driver Pack
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