Release Notes 93000334_D for Digi DataFire RAS P/T/E Digi DataFire RAS B4U Digi AccelePort RAS 8A Windows NT Driver Release v3.3.3 Release Date: 03/22/99 Digi International WWW site: www.dgii.com Digi International FTP site: ftp.dgii.com Please reference the following number(s) when searching the Digi International FTP/WWW site for the latest software package: Software Image P/N 40001907_D Enhancements V.90 modem support. Update via network control panel. Implemented ATI9. Bug Fixes After doing properties on a RAS adapter, network control panel states there has been changes and that you must reboot, even if you clicked cancel. ISDN Tapi devices (B Channels) are not addressed correctly, and do not show up in RAS setup from NCPA. BRI 5ESS and DMS100 switch types do not work properly. Only use NI-1 switch type on DataFire RAS B4U. Auto-detection of Digi RAS 56K Modem by modem control panel does not work. Clients using V.90/K56Flex modems should issue AT+MS=56 to connect using K56Flex for best speed. V.90 modems will be connected at V.34 rates. Clearing statistics in Portassist Viewer works. Advanced ISDN settings now display properly under Information window. Serial port names cannot be duplicated. Software flow control has been fixed on serial ports. Fixed ATI7. ISDN numbers must not contain any non-numeric characters (e.g. "-"). Known Problems Resetting a modem causes the settings stored in NVRAM for other modems to reset. Caller ID data is currently ignored. Channelized T1 Wink Digits are currently ignored. On Channelized T1 Wink Start Trunks without dial tone supervision, modems must be initialized with ATX3 for dial out. Currently, modems are not automatically assigned to open serial ports when calls are received. They are assigned based on the timeslot of the call. Therefore, unless all the serial ports to the board are open, it is possible a call will not be answered. On ISDN Trunks, the following rules are applied to modem dial strings: a) A comma (delay) in the first or second position is allowed. b) then the first non-numeric character terminates the dial string (e.g. 9,12345678 is a valid dial string and 9,1,234-5678 is not). BRI and PRI adapters do not function properly under RAS when installed in the same machine. This is a known limitation of NT 4.0.Download Driver Pack
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).
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.