NETWARE.TXT Driver File Contents (EN3207F-Accton-Disk-Driver-V2.06.zip)

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*                  ACCTON TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION                  *
*       EN1207F/EN2242/EN3207 SERIES FAST ETHERNET ADAPTER        *
*                 NetWare ODI Driver Installation                 *
*                                                                 *
*         Copyright (C) 2002 Accton Technology Corporation        *
*                      All rights reserved.                       *
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Contents of the file:

        A. File Description
        B. Driver Installation for NetWare Server 4.11, 5.0
        C. Driver Installation for DOS32
        D. Driver Installation for Microsoft Windows 3.x
        E. Driver Installation for Microsoft Windows 95
        F. Parameters Description for EN5251.LAN
        G. Driver Installation for OS/2 Workstation


A. File Description
--------------------

Filename        Description
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
NetWare.TXT     This file presents a summary of the contents for NetWare
                Client32 driver installation.

EN5251.LAN      32-bit ODI driver for EN5251 Based adapter.
                This driver complies with NetWare ODI Server driver SPEC 
		3.31.

EN5251.LDI      The driver (EN5251.LAN) installation information file for
                NetWare Server 5.0(Moab), 4.11, NeDOS32, Microsoft Windows
                3.x.

EN5251.INF      The driver (EN5251.LAN) installation information file for
                Microsoft Windows 95.


B. Driver Installation for NetWare Server 4.11, 5.0
---------------------------------------------------
  1. Change directory to NetWare Server directory (for example: CD\NWSERVER)

  2. Load NetWare Server System by typing "SERVER", then press <Enter>.

  3. When the Server prompt appears, load the NetWare Server Installation
     Utility. That is,

                :LOAD INSTALL           <- If you use NetWare 4.11

                :LOAD NWCONFIG          <- If you use Netware 5

  4. Select "Driver options" from "Installtion Options" menu, then press
     <Enter>.

  5. Select "Configure network drivers" from "Driver Options" menu, then
     press <Enter>.

  6. Select "Select a driver" from "Additional Driver Actions" menu, then
     press <Enter>.

  7. Press <Ins> to install an unlisted driver, then press <F3> to specify a
     different path.

  8. Insert Accton EN5251 Series Chip Based Fast Ethernet Adapter Driver Diskette
     to your PC's floppy drive and specify the drive (A: or B:), then press
     <Enter>.

  9. Select "Accton EN5251 Series Chip Based Fast Ethernet Adapter(32-Bit ODI)"
     from "Select a driver to  installed:" menu, then press <Enter>.

 10. If necessary, select "Select/Modify driver parameters and protocols"
     from "Board EN5251_1 (Driver EN5251) Actions" menu, then press <Enter>
     to set up the driver parameters. (Please refer to content F.)
     Otherwise, select "Save parameters and load driver", then press <Enter>.

 11. Following instructions to complete the driver installation.

 12. Sample AUTOEXEC.NCF for NetWare Server

       AUTOEXEC.NCF (one board)
       ========================
        LOAD EN5251 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2 NAME=E_8022
        LOAD EN5251 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.3 NAME=E_8023
        LOAD EN5251 FRAME=ETHERNET_II NAME=E_II
        LOAD EN5251 FRAME=ETHERNET_SNAP NAME=E_SNAP
        BIND IPX E_8022 NET=10
        BIND IPX E_8023 NET=20
        BIND IPX E_II   NET=30
        BIND IPX E_SNAP NET=40

       AUTOEXEC.NCF (two boards)
       =========================
        LOAD EN5251 SLOT=10001 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2 NAME=E_8022_1
        LOAD EN5251 SLOT=10001 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.3 NAME=E_8023_1
        LOAD EN5251 SLOT=10001 FRAME=ETHERNET_II NAME=E_II_1
        LOAD EN5251 SLOT=10001 FRAME=ETHERNET_SNAP NAME=E_SNAP_1
        LOAD EN5251 SLOT=10002 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2 NAME=E_8022_2
        LOAD EN5251 SLOT=10002 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.3 NAME=E_8023_2
        LOAD EN5251 SLOT=10002 FRAME=ETHERNET_II NAME=E_II_2
        LOAD EN5251 SLOT=10002 FRAME=ETHERNET_SNAP NAME=E_SNAP_2
        BIND IPX E_8022_1 NET=10
        BIND IPX E_8023_1 NET=20
        BIND IPX E_II_1   NET=30
        BIND IPX E_SNAP_1 NET=40
        BIND IPX E_8022_2 NET=50
        BIND IPX E_8023_2 NET=60
        BIND IPX E_II_2   NET=70
        BIND IPX E_SNAP_2 NET=80


C. Driver Installation for DOS32
--------------------------------
  1. If you have completed installation the NetWare Client 32 for DOS, all
     you have to modify STARTNET.BAT. Please see the sample STARTNET.BAT
     below these installation instructions.

  2. In DOS environment, run "INSTALL" from Netware 4.11 CD root directory.
     Follow the installation steps of Novell NetWare Client 32.

     - When "Select the type of installation desired" window appears, select
       "Client Installation".

     - When "Select Client to be installed" window appears, select "NetWare
       Client 32 for DOS and Windows 3.1x"

     - When the product manual appears, mark the "Netware Client 32 for DOS"
       item, then press <Enter>.

     - When the "Select a LAN Driver Type" windows appears, select "32-bit
       LAN Drivers", then press <Enter>.

  3. In "32-Bit Network Board Drivers" window, select "USER SPECIFIED 32 BIT
     DRIVER", then press <Enter>.

  4. Insert Accton EN5251 Series Chip Based Fast Ethernet Driver Diskette into
     your floppy diskette drive, then specify the driver path like
     A:\LANDRV32, then press <Enter>.

  5. Select "Accton EN5251 Series Chip Based Fast Ethernet Adapter(32-Bit ODI)",
     then press <Enter>.

  6. Refer to Content F) and set the correct driver parameters to comply with
     your network environment, then press <F10> to continue.

  7. Following instructions to complete the Client32 for DOS software
     installation.

  8. Reboot your machine.

       Sample STARTNET.BAT for DOS32.
       ==============================
        SET NWLANGUAGE=ENGLISH
        C:\NOVELL\CLIENT32\NIOS.EXE
        LOAD C:\NOVELL\CLIENT32\LSLC32.NLM
        LOAD C:\NOVELL\CLIENT32\CMSM.NLM
        LOAD C:\NOVELL\CLIENT32\ETHERTSM.NLM
        LOAD C:\NOVELL\CLIENT32\EN5251.LAN FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2
        LOAD C:\NOVELL\CLIENT32\EN5251.LAN FRAME=ETHERNET_802.3
        LOAD C:\NOVELL\CLIENT32\EN5251.LAN FRAME=ETHERNET_II
        LOAD C:\NOVELL\CLIENT32\EN5251.LAN FRAME=ETHERNET_SNAP
        LOAD C:\NOVELL\CLIENT32\IPX.NLM
        LOAD C:\NOVELL\CLIENT32\CLIENT32.NLM


D. Driver Installation for Microsoft Windows 3.x
-------------------------------------------------
  Please refer to Content C), in step 2, mark "Netware Client 32 for DOS" and
  "NetWare Client 32 for Windows", then following step 3..8 to complete the
  installation.


E. Driver Installation for Microsoft Windows 95
-----------------------------------------------
  If you have installed the Microsoft Client in your Windows 95 system, you
  should remove the adapter object and NDIS3 driver of the
  EN5251 Based Adapter from the Windows 95 system and delete
  C:\WINDOWS\INF\EN5251.INF file.

  Install Novell NetWare Client 32 for Windows 95
  ===============================================
   1. Plug EN5251 Based adapter into one of the Master PCI slots of your 
      PC.

   2. Turn the PC power ON and then boot from Windows 95.

   3. Windows 95 will prompt "PCI Ethernet Controller" in "New Hardware 
      Found" dialog box. Please click on "Cancel" and do not install driver 
      now.

   4. In WIN95 environment, run "SETUP.EXE" in the \PRODUCTS\WIN95\IBM_ENU
      directory of Netware 4.11 CD. Follow the installation steps of Novell
      NetWare Client 32.

   5. In "Select Device" window, please select "[detected net drivers]" and
      click on "OK" button to follow the installation steps of Client 32.
      (Please do not click "Have Disk..." to install adapter driver now.)

   6. After following the instructions to complete the Client32 for WIN95
      software installation, reboot your machine.

  Install Driver After Novell NetWare Client 32 for Windows 95 is Installed
  =========================================================================
   1. Make sure Novell NetWare Client 32 is installed OK and then install
      EN5251 based adapter driver again. When the PC is powered on,
      Windows 95 will prompt "PCI Ethernet Controller" in "New Hardware 
      Found" dialog box. (If your adapter is not detected by Windows 95, 
      refer to TroubleShooting below.)

   2. Remove the Accton EN5251 Series Chip Based Fast Ethernet Adapter Driver
      Diskette in your floppy drive. Click on "Next" button and do not let WIN95 
      search adapter driver.

   3. Insert the Accton EN5251 Series Chip Based Fast Ethernet Adapter Driver
      Diskette in your floppy drive. Click "Other Locations" and type "A:\LANDRV32", 
      then click "OK" button. The message "Accton EN5251 Series Chip Based Fast 
      Ethernet Adapte for Novell Netware Client 32" will appear.

   4. After the "Finish" button is clicked, Windows starts to copy files from
      Windows 95 CD-ROM to your hard disk. When the "Copying Files" dialogue
      shows up to request the directory for the "EN5251.LAN" file, type
      "A:\LANDRV32" and click on the "OK" button.

   5. Follow the screen's prompt to insert "NetWare Client 32 for Windows 95"
      disk and click the OK button in the "Insert Disk" dialog box.

   6. Otherwise enter the full pathname (ex. D:\PRODUCTS\WIN95\IBM_ENU) of
      the "NetWare Client 32 for Windows95" installation files in the
      "Copying Files....." dialog box, then click the OK button.

   7. Follow the screen's prompt to insert the "Windows 95 CD-ROM" and click
      the OK button in the "Insert Disk" dialog box.

   8. Otherwise enter the full pathname of the "Windows 95 CD-ROM" installation
      files in the "Copying Files..." dialog box, then click the OK button.

   9. Windows 95 will copy the driver (EN5251.LAN) from A:\LANDRV32 to
      C:\NOVELL\CLIENT32 directory.

  10. Remove the Accton EN5251 Series Chip Based Fast Ethernet Adapter Driver
      Diskette from your floppy drive.

  11. Restart your computer to initialize the network function.

  ** NOTE **
   - C:\NOVELL is the directory where your Novell Client 32 files are 
     located.
   - C:\WINDOWS is the directory where your Windows 95 O.S. is located.
   - Do not remove "Novell ODINSUP" from the Network control panel. Removing
     Novell ODINSUP also removes NetWare Client 32 for Windows 95 if there
     is only one adapter in use.

  TroubleShooting in Windows 95
  =============================
   If your adapter is not detected by Windows 95 "New Hardware Found", your
   adapter may be already REGISTERED. Therefore, you have to remove the
   REGISTERED before you install adapter driver again.

   Method:
    1. Click "Network" icon in the "Control Panel" box to make sure your
       adapter driver not installed. If your adapter driver was installed,
       remove it.
    2. Select "Start" button (left-down corner) and select "Run" item.
       Type REGEDIT, the registry edidor utility , then click "OK" button to
       execute it.
    3. In the Registry Editor dialogue, double-click "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" 
       item, double-click "Enum", then double-click PCI item. Select the
       "VEN_1216&DEV_1113", then delete it. Close Register Editor dialogue.
    4. Reboot Windows 95 again to carefully follow the installtion procedures
       above again.


F. Parameter Description for EN5251.LAN
----------------------------------------
  The following parameters are used in EN5251.LAN.

  1. SLOT:      specifies which adapter is enabled when multiple EN5251
                based adapters are found in your computer.

                Ex: LOAD EN5251 SLOT=1 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2
                    LOAD EN5251 SLOT=1 FRAME=ETHERNET_II

  2. FRAME:     specifies which frame type is used by the driver. Accepted
                values are Ethernet_802.2, Ethernet_802.3, Ethernet_II and
                Ethernet_SNAP.  Multiple frame types can be enabled by the
                driver by loading the same driver with different FRAME types.

                Ex: LOAD EN5251 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2
                    LOAD EN5251 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.3
                    LOAD EN5251 FRAME=ETHERNET_II
                    LOAD EN5251 FRAME=ETHERNET_SNAP

  3. NODE:      Use a different address to replace the node address burned
                in EEPROM.

                Ex: LOAD EN5251 NODE=0200E8001122

  4. There are five parameters provided for specifying adapter's speed and
     duplex mode : AUTO, 10-HD, 10-FD, 100-HD, 100-FD.

                Ex: LOAD EN5251 100-HD FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 NAME=LAN_A
                    BIND IPX TO LAN_A NET=11


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G. NetWare OS/2 ODI Workstation Driver Installation
---------------------------------------------------
  This section describes the procedure to install the NetWare OS/2 ODI
  workstation driver for your adapter. You can use the following methods
  to install the driver.

G.1 Install method
==================

  Requirements
  ------------
   Accton EN5251 Series Chip Based Fast Ethernet Adapter Driver Diskette (EN5251.SYS)

      Driver Location: \NetWare\OS2ODI

  Installation Procedure
  ----------------------
   1. Run INSTALL utility for Netware OS/2 requester and follow its
      instructions.

   2. Assign EN5251.SYS as the network interface driver name and specify
      the path as A:\NETWARE\OS2ODI.

   3. Insert Accton EN5251 Series Chip Based Fast Ethernet Adapter Driver Diskette
      into driver A. then wait for file copy completion.

   4. Choose the session support you need.  For more information, please see
      Netware OS/2 Requester Manual.

   5. Save configuration.

   6. Run CONFIGURATION UTILITY and select "THIS WORKSTATION" to modify the
      NET.CFG file. (This file is located in the root directoy of OS/2 system,
      you can use any text editor to modify it.)

   7. Shutdown and restart the machine.

   ** NOTE **
      If your OS/2 version is 2.0 or later, you must have the Netware OS/2
      Requester version 2.01 or later.

G.2 Manual method
=================
  PREREQUISITES:
    You will need the following diskettes:

  Accton EN5251 Series Chip Based Fast Ethernet Adapter Driver Diskette (EN5251.SYS)
  Driver Location: \NetWare\OS2ODI

  Novell NetWare OS/2 WORKSTATION SERVICES REQUESTER diskette
  Novell NetWare OS/2 WORKSTATION OS/2 Utility - 1
  Novell NetWare OS/2 WORKSTATION OS/2 Utility - 2
  Novell NetWare OS/2 WORKSTATION OS/2 Utility - 3


  2. Make sure that the computer is at least a 286 or 386 machine that will
     run OS/2 or Extended Edition OS/2.

  3. Install the OS/2 Requester, referring to Novell's documentation for
     NetWare Requester for OS/2 installation.

  4. Copy the \NetWare\OS2ODI\EN5251.SYS file from the support disk into
     the NETWARE subdirectory on your hard disk.

  5. Add or replace the EN5251.SYS command line in the CONFIG.SYS file.
     Make sure it precedes the IPX.SYS command line.  An example:

     DEVICE=C:\NETWARE\LSL.SYS     ; OS/2 Requester supported
     DEVICE=C:\NETWARE\DDAEMON.SYS ; OS/2 Requester supported
     DEVICE=C:\NETWARE\EN5251.SYS ; Accton supported
     DEVICE=C:\NETWARE\IPX.SYS     ; OS/2 Requester supported

  6. Reboot the computer and log onto your network.


  ** INSTALLATION NOTE **
  -----------------------
  You can bind several frame types to the IPX protocol to support various
  configurations -- in the Link Driver EN5251 section of the NET.CFG file.

  SAMPLE:

    Link Driver EN5251

    frame Ethernet_802.2
    frame Ethernet_802.3
    frame Ethernet_II
    frame Ethernet_snap

    protocol IPX 00 Ethernet_802.3


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