WFW311.TXT Driver File Contents (en1688.zip)

		   Accton EN1688 ISA Ethernet Adapter
	NDIS DRIVER FOR WINDOWS FOR WORKGROUPS 3.11 INSTALLATION
	============================================++++========


	Copyright (c) 1997 Accton Technology Corporation.
	All rights reserved.


 NDIS DRIVER FOR WINDOWS FOR WORKGROUPS 3.11 INSTALLATION
 ========================================================

  Content:
  --------

      A) Install NDIS 2.0/ NDIS 3.0 driver to the WFW 3.11

      B) Install ODI/ NDIS 3.0 driver to the WFW 3.11



A) Install NDIS 2.0/ NDIS 3.0 driver to the WFW 3.11

    1.	Run Windows by typing "WIN" from the DOS prompt.

    2.	Click the "Network" icon in the Main Program
	Group.

    3.	Click the "Network Setup" icon from the Network window.

    4.	Check drivers button, if it is hidden and can't be selected then
	goto next step. If it is visible and can be selected, goto step 8.

    5.	Click Networks button

    6.	Select "Install microsoft Windows Network" with no additional network.

    7.	Click "OK" button

    8.	Select "Drivers" item from the Network Setup dialog box.

    9.	Select "Add Adapters" item in the Option dialog box.

    10. If you install this Adapter first time, Select "Unlisted or
	Updated Network Adapter", then goto next step.
	System will automatically search OEMSETUP.INF file which supported
	by adapter maker.
	If you have installed this adapter before, just select the
	"Accton EN1688 ISA Ethernet driver" at drivers list table and goto
	step 13.

    11. Insert the driver diskette at floppy drive A or B then type
	destination drive and path name in your PC.
	Make sure the full path of the directory (i.e. A:\)
	is given. Then you will see the "Accton EN1688 ISA Ethernet driver"
	dialog box appear.

    13. Using setup button to change IO BASE, IRQ and driver type.
	Accton EN1688 ISA Ethernet adapter using 300, 3 as default IO BASE
	and IRQ setting.

	There are 4 drivers type:
	   . Real mode and Enhanced mode NDIS
	   . Enhanced mode NDIS
	   . Real mode NDIS
	   . ODI driver
	You can select one of these 4 drivers type depend on your
	application. For workgroups environment only, you can select
	1'st driver type which combine real mode and enhanced mode NDIS.


    14. Follow screen instructions to complete the process.

    15. Restart your computer.



    Following is some sample Configuration Files
    --------------------------------------------

    1. CONFIG.SYS File
       FILES=30
       BUFFERS=30
       LASTDRIVE=Z
       DEVICE=C:\WFW311\HIMEM.SYS
       DEVICE=C:\WFW311\IFSHLP.SYS
       STACKS=9,256

    2. AUTOEXEC.BAT File

       C:\WFW311\SMARTDRV.EXE
       C:\WFW311\net start
       PATH C:\WFW311;
       SET TEMP=C:\WFW311\TEMP

    3. PROTOCOL.INI File on Windows for Workgroups 3.11
       [network.setup]
       version=0x3110
       netcard=ms$ndis2,1,MS$ndis2,2
       transport=ms$netbeui,NETBEUI
       lana0=ms$ndis2,1,ms$netbeui

       [MS$ndis2]
       DriverName=MS2000$
       INTERRUPT=3
       IOBASE=0x300

       [ndis2]
       adapters=MS$ndis2

       [NETBEUI]
       BINDINGS=MS$ndis2
       LANABASE=0
       SESSIONS=10
       NCBS=12


    4. SYSTEM.INI

       [386Enh]
       netcard=acc311.386





C) Install ODI/ NDIS 3.0 driver to the WFW 3.11

    1.	Run Windows by typing "WIN" from the DOS prompt.

    2.	Click the "Network" icon in the Main Program
	Group.

    3.	Click the "Network Setup" icon from the Network window.

    4.	Check drivers button, if it is hidden and can't be selected then
	goto next step. If it is visible and can be selected, goto step 8.

    5.	Click Networks button

    6.	Select "Install microsoft Windows Network" with no additional network.

    7.	Click "OK" button

    8.	Select "Drivers" item from the Network Setup dialog box.

    9.	Select "Add Adapters" item in the Option dialog box.

    10. If you install the Adapter first time, Select "Unlisted or
	Updated Network Adapter", then goto next step.
	System will automatically search OEMSETUP.INF file which supported
	by adapter maker.
	If you have installed this adapter before, just select the
	"Accton EN1688 ISA Ethernet driver" at drivers list table and goto
	step 13.

    11. Insert the driver diskette at floppy drive A or B then type
	destination drive and path name in your PC.
	Make sure the full path of the directory (i.e. A:\)
	is given. Then you will see the "Accton EN1688 ISA Ethernet driver"
	dialog box appear.

    13. Using setup button to change IO BASE, IRQ and driver type.
	Accton EN1688 ISA Ethernet adapter using 300, 3 as default IO BASE
	and IRQ setting.

	There are 4 drivers type:
	   . Real mode and Enhanced mode NDIS
	   . Enhanced mode NDIS
	   . Real mode NDIS
	   . ODI driver
	You must select ODI driver to let NetWare ODI driver work at
	WFW 3.11.


    14. Follow screen instructions to complete the process.

    15. Restart your computer.

    Note: To connect to a Novell server from within Windows for Workgroups
	  make sure you are logged on to a NetWare server before starting
	  Windows. Also make sure that you have setup Windows for Workgroups
	  to use Novell NetWare.


    Following is some sample Configuration Files
    --------------------------------------------

    1. CONFIG.SYS File

       FILES=30
       BUFFERS=30
       LASTDRIVE=Z
       DEVICE=C:\WFW311\HIMEM.SYS
       DEVICE=C:\WFW311\IFSHLP.SYS
       STACKS=9,256

    2. AUTOEXEC.BAT File

       SET TEMP=c:\windows\temp
       PATH c:\windows;%PATH%
       c:\windows\net start
       lsl
       nwmlid
       c:\windows\odihlp.exe
       ipxodi
       netx


    3. PROTOCOL.INI File on Windows for Workgroups 3.11

       [network.setup]
       version=0x3110
       netcard=ndis2,1,ndis2,4
       transport=ms$netbeui,NETBEUI
       lana0=ndis2,1,ms$netbeui

       [net.cfg]
       PATH=C:\WINDOWS\net.cfg

       [ndis2]

       [Link Driver nwmlid]

       [NETBEUI]
       BINDINGS=nwmlid
       LANABASE=0
       SESSIONS=10
       NCBS=12


    4. SYSTEM.INI

       [boot]
       shell=progman.exe
       network.drv=wfwnet.drv
       .
       .

       [386Enh]
       network=*vnetbios,*vwc,vnetsup.386,vredir.386,vserver.386
       netheapsize=20
       netmisc=ndis.386,msodisup.386
       transport=netbeui.386
       InDOSPolling=FALSE
       .
       .

       [Network]
       winnet=wfwnet/00025100
       multinet=nonet
       FileSharing=No
       PrintSharing=No
       LogonDisconnected=yes
       EnableSharing=no
       UserName=Thomas
       Workgroup=WORKGROUP
       ComputerName=IBMPC
       Comment=IBMPC
       logonvalidated=no

       [network drivers]
       devdir=C:\WINDOWS
       LoadRMDrivers=No


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