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NOTES ON
Installing Accton EN2228 16 bit 10/100 PCMCIA Ethernet adapter
For Microsoft Network Client 3.0 for MS-DOS users
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    (c) 1999 Copyright Accton Technology Corp. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


This document contains EN2228 PCMCIA ethernet adapter installation notes,
which is not included in the EN2228 PCMCIA ethernet adapter USER'S GUIDE
or onscreen instructions, for Microsoft Network Client 3.0 for
MS-DOS users.


This document contains information on the following topics:

1.0   Overview
2.0   Installation Notes
3.0   Example Configuration File

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1.0 Overview
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To install the EN2228 PCMCIA ethernet adapter driver, Microsoft Network
Client 3.0 for MS-DOS users please also refer to the following:

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File              Description/Installation Notes
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INST_DOS.TXT      Overall Installation for DOS users,
                  including users of Windows 3.1/3.11.
\NDIS2\README.TXT Overall installation notes for all NDIS users


 2.0   Installation Notes
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   There are two methods to install EN2228 PCMCIA ethernet adapter drivers.

   2.1   Method 1
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        1. Please Change to the Microsoft Network Client subdirectory,
           and run SETUP.EXE. (default directory is C:\NET)

        2. Respond to the screen prompts, then choose Change Network
           Configuration and press Enter.

        3. Choose Add Adapter and press Enter.

        4. Select "Network adapter not shown on list below ...".

        5. Insert the driver diskette into the drive A or B

        6. Please specify the location of the OEM driver
           Ex: A:\NDIS2\DOS

        7. Choose Add Protocol.

        8. Copy the ACCOPEN.EXE file into your C:\LANMAN directory.
           Add the following statement to your CONFIG.SYS file:
           device=c:\LANMAN\ACCOPEN.EXE /IRQ:5 /IOP:300

        9. Simply pressing Enter to accept default values.
           Follow onscreen instructions to complete the process,
           then restart your computer.


  2.2  Method 2
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        1. Execute SETUP.EXE from Microsoft Network Client for DOS
           release diskette.

        2. Specify the <target path> which Microsoft Network Client for
           DOS files will been copy.

        3. Select "Network adapter not shown on list below ...".

        4. Insert the driver diskette into the drive A or B.

        5. Please specify the location of the OEM driver
           Ex: A:\NDIS2\DOS

        6. Select "Accton EN2228 16 bit 10/100 PCMCIA Ethernet adapter ".

        7. Select "Change Network Configuration", "Add Protocol" as you
           want.

        8. Copy the ACCOPEN.EXE file into your C:\LANMAN directory.
           Add the following statement to your CONFIG.SYS file:
           device=c:\LANMAN\ACCOPEN.EXE /IRQ:5 /IOP:300

        9. Follow  screen instructions  to complete the process. Simply
           pressing  <Enter>  for each screen display will select the
           default options. Press  <Enter>  until you reach the display
           prompting you to reboot your system.


3.0  Example Configuration File
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     The PROTOCOL.INI file will be created automatically
     while running INSTALL.EXE. The following is an example:

                  *** Example PROTOCOL.INI file:  ***
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        [network.setup]
        version=0x3110
        netcard=EN2228,1,EN2228,1
        transport=ms$ndishlp,MS$NDISHLP
        transport=ms$netbeui,MS$NETBEUI
        lana0=EN2228,1,ms$netbeui
        lana1=EN2228,1,ms$ndishlp

        [protman]
        DriverName=PROTMAN$
        PRIORITY=MS$NDISHLP

        [MS$NDISHLP]
        DriverName=ndishlp$
        BINDINGS=EN2228

        [MS$NETBEUI]
        DriverName=netbeui$
        SESSIONS=10
        NCBS=12
        BINDINGS=EN2228
        LANABASE=0

        [EN2228]
        DriverName=EN2228$
        IOADDRESS=300
        INTERRUPT=11
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