Accton Technology Corporation EN1208 PCI Ethernet Adapter Initialization Program ================================================== Copyright (C) 1995-1997, Accton Technology Corporation. All rights reserved. 1. Introduction: The 1208INIT.EXE is an initialization program for EN1208 PCI adapter. It configures the adapter for NE2000 driver compatibility. This means that NE2000 drivers can be used to run the adapter when 1208INIT.EXE is loaded. 2. How to use the 1208INIT.EXE program: 2.1 As a device driver: USAGE: DEVICE = 1208INIT.EXE IO=xxxxh, IDX=x or DEVICEHIGH = 1208INIT.EXE IO=xxxxh, IDX=x Include one of the above in your CONFIG.SYS to enable NE2000 compatability for this adapter. 2.2 Running it from the command prompt: USAGE: C:\>1208INIT IO=xxxxh, IDX=x Type "1208INIT ?" to display the syntax. 2.3 Keywords used in 1208INIT: IO: Assigns the 32 contiguous I/O port base addresses as required. Make sure they do not conflict with other devices in your system. If you omit this parameter, the 1208INIT will pick up the I/O addresses assigned by the PCI BIOS. IDX:This parameter is used only when you have multiple EN1208 adapters in your PC. It indicates which 1208 adapter is currently being defined by 1208INIT.EXE. 2.4 Example: DEVICE = 1208INIT.EXE DEVICE = 1208INIT.EXE IO=300h DEVICE = 1208INIT.EXE IDX=0 DEVICE = 1208INIT.EXE IO=D020h IDX=1 C:\>1208INIT C:\>1208INIT IO=240h C:\>1208INIT IO=F060h IDX=0 2.5 When 1208INIT is excuting, it displays the adapter's I/O port addresses, IRQ and Ethernet address. This information is necessary for running the NE2000 set of drivers. (You need to specify the IOBASE address and INTERUPT value in PROTOCLO.INI when running the NE2000 NDIS2/DOS driver!!) 3. Running NE2000 DOS/ODI driver: Example: C:\> 1208INIT IO=300h C:\> LSL C:\> NE2000 C:\> IPXODI C:\> VLM Contents in NET.CFG: . . . LINK DRIVER NE2000 Port 300 IRQ 11 . . You can get Port and IRQ values after running 1208INIT.EXE!! 4. Running NE2000 NDIS/DOS driver: Contents in CONFIG.SYS . . . DEVICE=C:\LSP\1208INIT.EXE IO=D000h IDX=0 DEVICE=C:\LSP\PROTMAN.DOS /i:C:\LSP DEVICE=C:\LSP\NE2000.DOS . . . Contents in PROTOCOL.INI . . . [NE2000_NIF] DRIVERNAME = MS2000$ IOBASE = 0xD000 INTERRUPT = 9 ============================================================== ** All trademarks or brand names mentioned are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. ============================================================== --- End of this File ---Download Driver Pack
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