DOSODI.TXT Driver File Contents (lan-driver_all-os.zip)

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*                    32-Bit PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter                       *
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*                    ODI Driver for DOS Workstation                         *
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Installation:
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  Driver Installation with existing Netware client programs:
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  A) Using NETX.EXE:
     If there are Netware client programs such as LSL.COM, IPXODI, and
     NETX.EXE in your system already, you can use the following procedures
     to setup your system.

     1. Copy the A:\NETWARE\DOSODI\RTSODI.COM file to the Netware client
        directory which contains NET.CFG, LSL.COM, IPXODI.COM, and NETX.EXE
        files.

     2. Update the NET.CFG file. You can refer to the NET.CFG sample.

     3. Make sure to add LASTDRIVE=E in your CONFIG.SYS file if your want the
        first network drive to be F.

     4. Enter the following commands to connect to your Novell server:
               LSL
               RTSODI
               IPXODI
               NETX
               F:
               LOGIN <user_name>

  B) Using VLM.EXE:
     If there are Netware client programs such as: LSL.COM, IPXODI, and
     VLM.EXE in your system already, you can use the following procedures
     to setup your system.

     1. Copy the A:\NETWARE\DOSODI\RTSODI.COM file to the Netware client
        directory which contains NET.CFG, LSL.COM, IPXODI.COM, and VLM.EXE
        with related *.VLM files.

     2. Update the NET.CFG file. You can refer to the NET.CFG sample.

     3. Make sure to add LASTDRIVE=Z in your CONFIG.SYS file.

     4. Enter the following commands to connect to your Novell server:
               LSL
               RTSODI
               IPXODI
               VLM
               F:
               LOGIN <user_name>


  NOTE:
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    Multiple LAN Adapters in a system:
      If you want to install mutiple LAN adapter in your system, you have
      to use "BUSNO" and "DEVICENO" keyword in NET.CFG to select which
      adapter to use with your netware client.(or you can use "EtherID")
      You can use the diagnostic program (A:\SETUP.EXE) under DOS
      prompt to show all the Ethernet addresses of your adapters.


Configuration Files:
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    File Name:          NET.CFG
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    Sample of configuration file:
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           .
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    Link Driver RTSODI
            FRAME Ethernet_802.2
            FRAME Ethernet_802.3
            FRAME Ethernet_II
            FRAME Ethernet_SNAP

    ODI Driver Custom Keywords
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    Specify adapter's medium which identifys adapter's speed and duplex mode.
    There are five medium values: AUTO, 10HALF, 10FULL, 100HALF, 100FULL.
            MEDIUM  AUTO     ;operate on auto negotiation mode
            MEDIUM  10HALF   ;operate on 10M/HalfDuplex mode
            MEDIUM  10FULL   ;operate on 10M/Fullduplex mode
            MEDIUM  100HALF  ;operate on 100M/HalfDuplex mode
            MEDIUM  100FULL  ;operate on 100M/Fullduplex mode

    Use the following two methods to specify the selected adapter
    when using two or more cards in a machine. (for Multiple Cards)
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    (1) Use the PCI Bus Number and the PCI Device Number
        (You can get these numbers from the  "View Current Configuration"
        of the Setup program (SETUP.EXE).)
            BUSNO 0
            DEVICENO 10

    (2) Use the Node Address
            ETHERID 0000E8123456

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