Accton EN1208 PCI Ethernet Adapter NDIS DRIVER FOR LAN SERVER INSTALLATION ======================================= The EN1208 driver in the NDIS directory conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) defined by Microsoft/3Com. DOS LAN Requester ----------------- 1. Insert the IBM LAN Support Program (LSP) Version 1.30 (or 1.31 to 1.36) Diskette into your floppy drive (drive A: or B:). 2. Type the following at your DOS prompt and press <Enter>: A:>dxmaid 3. The screen will display the IBM logo. Press <Enter> twice until the "Environment Information" appears onscreen. 4. Respond to the screen prompts, specifying the following values for each field: Use the <Space Bar> to toggle between choices: Configuration for this computer? Yes Use existing configuration information? Yes Do you have adapter option diskettes? Yes Are you configuring for two adapters? No Do you need 802.2 interface support? No Type the drive and directory information as shown below: Source for LSP A:\ Target for new configuration C:\lsp 5. Make sure that the above values are correct. Press <Enter> to save your choices. 6. Insert the Driver Diskette in your source drive. Specify the path and press <Enter> to proceed. Examples: A:\NDIS\DOS, B:\NDIS\DOS 7. Upon pressing <Enter> the necessary drives from the Driver Diskette are copied onto you target directory in the hard disk. 8. Follow screen instructions to complete the process. Simply pressing <Enter> for each screen display will select the default options. Press <Enter> three times, until you reach the display prompting you to insert the LSP diskette. 9. Insert the LSP diskette as prompted. Press <Enter> to acknowledge completion of the action. 10. A screen showing the current configuration detected will be displayed. It should show the Accton EN1208 PCI Ethernet adapter and the protocols already selected (i.e., "IBM IEEE 802.2" and "IBM OS/2 NETBIOS"). 11. Press <F4> to save the new configuration. This completes the LSP installation. Note: You should have defined in your CONFIG.SYS a minimum of 20 files, i.e. FILES=20, to run the software properly. Change the FILES line using the text editor if needed. If installing LSP for the first time, you should complete the installation by typing install and following the instructions on screen. 12. Use a text editor to edit the CONFIG.SYS file. Specify at least 20 file in the FILES= line. Modify it to the following: FILES=20 13. Save the configuration and reset your computer. 14. Insert the DOS LAN Requester Install Diskette 1 into your floppy drive. 15. Type the following and press <Enter>: INSTALL <Enter> 16. The IBM logo will again appear on the screen. Press <Enter> to move on to the next screen. 17. Follow screen instructions, pressing <Enter> to move from screen-to-screen until you are prompted to indicate the pathname of the DOS LAN Requester directory. TIP: After the IBM logo appears on the screen, press <Enter> twice to reach this screen. 18. Specify the pathname for the DOS LAN Requester directory (C:\DOSLAN is the default). Then press <Enter> to continue. 19. The program will ask you for the services that you require. 20. Highlight the appropriate option. Select either "Send messages" or "Send, View, Edit, and Log message" option. TIP: Normally, second option "Send, View, Edit and Log message" is selected. 21. Specify the PC's ID and domain ID. The domain ID is the domain server ID; it should be the same for all workstations of the network. 22. Follow screen prompts to complete installation. OS/2 LAN Server 3.0 ------------------- 1. Copy EN1208.OS2 and EN1208O.NIF files from your Driver diskette (A:\NDIS\OS2) to C:\IBMCOM\MACS. 2. Click the OS/2 LAN Service icon. 3. Select "Installation and configuration." The IBM logo should appear onscreen. 4. Click <OK>. 5. Select <Advance> and press <Enter>. 6. Select "Install or Configure this Workstation." 7. Select server type, adding a server or domain controller. The "install or remove" selections should appear. 8. Select "Configure a component." 10. Click the "Configure" button. 11. Select "Configure workstation." 12. Select "Accton EN1208 PCI Ethernet Adapter" when prompted to identify you Network Adapter. Then click the <Add> button. 13. Select "802.2" from the list and click the <Add> button. 14. Select IBM NETBIOS from the list and click the <Add> button 15. Select <OK> to confirm all selections. 16. Follow screen instructions to complete the process, selecting <OK> to accept default selections. 17. Continue pressing <OK> until your screen prompts you to backup the old CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT and create a new CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT. Also select <OK> to confirm this. 18. Installation is complete now. Reset your PC by turning it off and on. OS/2 LAN Server 4.0 ------------------- 1. In the OS2 desktop, click the MPTS (Multi-Protocol Transport Service) icon. The IBM logo should appear on screen. 2. Click the <OK> button. 3. Click the <Configure> button. 4. Select the "LAN adapters and protocols" item, then click the "Configure" button. 5. Click the <Other adapters...> button. 6. Insert the Accton EN1208 PCI Ethernet Adapter Driver Diskette into a drive (A: or B:), then enter the driver path like A:\NDIS\OS2, (or B:\NDIS\OS2, etc.) and click <OK> button 7. Select "Accton EN1208 PCI Ethernet Adapter" from the Network Adapters list when prompted to identify you Network Adapter. Then click the <Add> button. 8. Select "IBM 802.2" from the Protocols list and click the "Add" button. 9. Select "IBM OS2 NETBIOS" from the Protocols list and click the "Add" button 10. Select "IBM Netware Requester Support" from the Protocols list and click the <Add> button if you need to log onto the NETWARE server. 11. Select "OK" to confirm all selections. 12. Click the "Close" button in the Configure window. 13. Click the "Exit" button in the MPTS window. 14. Click the "Exit" button, then your screen will prompt you to backup the old CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT and create a new CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT. Also select <OK> to confirm this. 15. Installation is complete now. Reset your PC by turning it off and on. -------- All trademarks or brand names mentioned are properties of their respective companies. === End of this File ===Download Driver Pack
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