LANSRV.TXT Driver File Contents (500TX_C5.EXE)

        D-Link PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter Installation
         for IBM Lan Server 4.x/3.x/2.x and Comm. Manager 1.x


 Getting Started
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    The following is how to install Lan Server and Comm. Manager. Due to
    Lan Server 4.x popularity it's documentation appears first.

    Install the NDIS driver for IBM LAN SERVER 4.0
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     In the OS/2 Desktop group, double-click on the MPTS icon.

     Click on the <Configure> button.

     Select the "LAN adapters and protocols" option.

     Click on the <Configure> button.

     Select the "Other adapters ..." option.

     Insert the driver diskette and type the driver path (A:\<PATH>\):

        ex. A:\NDIS2\OS2

     Click on the <OK> button.

     Select "D-Link PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter", and then click on the Add
      button.

     Select "IBM OS/2 NETBIOS", and then click on the Add button.

     Select "IBM IEEE 802.2", and then click on the Add button.

     Click OK.

     Click Close.

     Click Exit.

     Reboot your system.

    Install the NDIS driver for IBM LAN SERVER 3.0
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     Install IBM OS/2 into your system, if not yet installed.

     Insert the OS/2 Installation Disk in Drive A and boot from that
      drive. Then, install OS/2.

     Insert the NTS/2 Adapter & Protocol Support Disk in Drive B.  Then,
      execute the LAPs program.

     Select "Install", and then specify the target drive.

     Select "Install" again and insert your driver diskette in Drive A.

        A:\<PATH>\     Where PATH is the driver directory.

     Select "Configure".

     Select "D-Link PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter", and then click on the
      Add button.

     Select "IBM OS/2 NETBIOS", and then click on the Add button.

     Select "IEEE 802.2", and then click on the Add button.

     Click OK.

     Click Exit.

     Click Continue.

     Reboot your system.

      Your CONFIG.SYS and PROTOCOL.INI files should reflect your card
      setup:

       \CONFIG.SYS
       ===========
         :
       Device=d:\IBMCOM\MACS\DLKPCI.OS2
         :

       \IBMCOM\PROTOCOL.INI
       ====================
         :
       [DLKPCII_NIF]
       Drivername = DLKPCI$

     Install the LAN Server or Requester program.  For information,
      please refer to your IBM LAN Server "Planning and Installation"
      manual.

    Install the NDIS driver for IBM LAN SERVER 2.0
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     Assuming that OS/2 2.0 is correctly installed and working properly,
      install the LAN SERVER. At this point, no network adapters must be
      installed in the computer.

     Install LAN SERVER according to the IBM installation procedure. When
      prompted for the adapter, select any of the adapters LAN SERVER
      supports. For example, "Western Digital EtherCard PLUS ...". Then,
      continue with the LAN SERVER installation.

     After successfully installing LAN SERVER, shut down OS/2 for system
      configuration. Do not install any network adapters yet.  The OS/2
      system will boot up and bring up the LAN SERVER services. The system
      will then display error messages since the network adapter you
      selected is not installed. Ignore these messages and continue with
      the OS/2 booting procedure.

     Insert the driver diskette in Drive A and copy the following files:

        COPY  A:\<PATH>\DLKPCI.OS2 to C:\IBMCOM\MACS
        COPY  A:\<PATH>\DLKPCII.NIF to C:\IBMCOM\MACS\DLKPCII.NIF

        A:\<PATH>\     Where PATH is the driver directory.
        ex. <PATH> = NDIS2\OS2

     In the OS/2 Desktop group, run the OS/2 system editor.  You need
      to modify the following files:

        C:\CONFIG.SYS
        C:\IBMCOM\PROTOCOL.INI

      CONFIG.SYS Modifications:


        DEVICE=C:\IBMCOM\MACS\MACWD.OS2

        to

        DEVICE=C:\IBMCOM\MACS\DLKPCI.OS2


      PROTOCOL.INI Modifications:

        - Under the [IBMLXCFG] section, add the following line:

                DLKPCII_nif = DLKPCII.nif

        - Under the [NETBEUI_nif] section, change the following line:

                Bindings = MACWDMC_nif

                to

                Bindings = DLKPCII_nif

        - Under the MAC SECTION definitions, add the following section:

                [DLKPCII_nif]
                DriverName = DLKPCI$

     After modifying the two files above, shut down OS/2, and turn the
      computer off.

     Install the DLKPCI.

     Turn on the system to start OS/2.

      After starting OS/2, LAN SERVER services can now successfully start
      without causing any errors.

    Install the NDIS driver for IBM Communication Manager 1.0
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     Install IBM Communication Manager

     Copy the DLKPCI.OS2 and DLKPCII.NIF files in the driver diskette
      to your C:\IBMCOM\MACS directory.

        COPY  A:\<PATH>\DLKPCI.OS2 to C:\IBMCOM\MACS
        COPY  A:\<PATH>\DLKPCII.NIF to C:\IBMCOM\MACS\DLKPCII.NIF

        A:\<PATH>\     Where PATH is the driver directory.
        ex. <PATH> = NDIS2\OS2

     Select the D-Link PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter and choose the appropriate
      protocols.

     Check that the CONFIG.SYS file includes the following line:

           DEVICE = C:\IBMCOM\MACS\DLKPCI.OS2

     Shut down your OS/2 system, and then reboot your PC.


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How To Update Drivers Manually

After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).

  • If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.

  • Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  • From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.

  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.

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