BANYAN.TXT Driver File Contents (

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*                   32-Bit PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter                        *
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*                    NDIS/2 Driver for BANYAN VINES                         *
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The driver named RTSND contained in the directory \NDIS2 conforms to the
Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) defined by Microsoft/3Com.

NDIS/2 Driver Installation for Banyan VINES
 1. Type PCCONFIG and press <Enter> to display the "Configuring A PC for
    the Network" window.

 2. Select "1 -  Network Card Setting," and press <Enter>. Your screen will
    prompt you with the possible hardware configuration options.

 3. Choose the "NDIS Ethernet" option and press <Enter>.

 4. Type the appropriate interrupt number, and fill the section name
    "RTSND_NIF" to the PROTOCOL "bindings=" field.

 5. Press <F10> when process is complete. Or press <Esc> to exit this screen.

 6. Select "2 - Login Environment Settings," and press <Enter>.

 7. Select "1 - Select Default Communications Driver," and press <Enter>.

 8. Select "NDIS Ethernet," and press <Esc> to exit this menu.

 9. Press <F10> to save all choices.

10. Modify the CONFIG.SYS and the PROTOCOL.INI files as in the following

Sample Configuration Files


 2. PROTOCOL.INI sample file

    driverName = PROTMAN$

    drivername = NDISBAN$
    bindings = "RTSND_NIF"

    driverName = RTSND$

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