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EtherExpressPRO/100 CardBus

Mobile Adapter

User’s Guide

How to Use This Manual

This User’s Guide contains the latest and most complete information available at press time on the installation and operation of the PRO/100 CardBus adapter. It is designed to help both new and experienced network users install and configure the Intel product in the shortest time possible.

Overview of the Installation Process

For an overview of the installation process, see the Late Breaking News card and Chapters 1 and 2 in this User’s Guide. For technical details on configuration issues see Chapter 3, Configuration Reference.

How to Find More Information

Use the Table of Contents, Index, and page and text headings in this User’s Guide to help you find what you need. Check the README file on the Network Drivers diskette. To check for updated drivers, access the Intel website at:

http://support.intel.com

See Appendix A for additional support information.

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Intel Corporation assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in this guide. Nor does Intel make any commitment to update the information contained herein.

* Other product and corporate names may be trademarks of other companies and are used only for explanation and to the owners’ benefit, without intent to infringe.

Second edition

June 1997

668559-002

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Contents

Hardware Installation ..............................................

1

Before Installing Hardware ...................................................................

1

Installing the Hardware .........................................................................

3

What to Do Next ...................................................................................

5

Software Installation ...............................................

7

CardBus Installation Guidelines ...........................................................

7

Installing with Windows 95 ..................................................................

8

Determining Your Version of Windows 95 ...........................................

8

Installing with Windows 95 ..................................................................

9

Version 4.00.950 or 4.00.950a ..............................................................

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Installing with Windows 95 ................................................................

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Version 4.00.950b (OSR2) or Later ....................................................

15

Installing NetWare Client 32 ODI Drivers under Windows 95 ..........

16

Installing with Windows NT 3.51 and 4.0 ..........................................

18

Installing with Windows 3.x and Windows for Workgroups ..............

21

Installing under IBM OS/2 (Warp 3.0 and 4.0) Using the NDIS

 

or ODI Driver ..............................................................................

22

Installing Network Software ...............................................................

25

Artisoft LANtastic version 6.0 ............................................................

26

AT&T StarGROUP LAN Manager version 2.1a ................................

26

Banyan VINES version 5.5 & 6.0 .......................................................

26

DEC PATHWORKS versions 5.x or 6.x .............................................

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FTP Software LANWatch ...................................................................

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FTP Software PC/TCP ........................................................................

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Generic Installation .............................................................................

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HP LAN Manager ...............................................................................

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IBM Local Area Network Support Program .......................................

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IBM Local Area Network Support Program (version 1.2) .................

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IBM PC LAN and IBM DOS LAN Requester ...................................

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Manual Installation .............................................................................

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Microsoft LAN Manager ....................................................................

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Windows for Workgroups ...................................................................

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Novell NetWare ...................................................................................

47

SunSoft PC-NFS (version 3.5) ............................................................

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Novell NetWare 32-bit ODI Drivers ...................................................

49

Ungermann-Bass Net/One for DOS ...................................................

51

Wollongong PathWay Access for DOS ...............................................

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Configuration Reference .......................................

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Who Should Consult This Chapter? ...................................................

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Special Features ..................................................................................

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Sample Configuration Files for Selected Network Operating

 

Systems .......................................................................................

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Artisoft LANtastic/AI 6.0 ...................................................................

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Banyan VINES ....................................................................................

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DEC PATHWORKS 5.0 and 5.1 .........................................................

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Windows for Workgroups 3.11 ...........................................................

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Windows for Workgroups Using the ODI Driver with NetWare as

 

Secondary Network ......................................................................

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Driver Parameters Reference ..............................................................

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ODI Settings (for driver M32AODI.COM and M32AODI.OS2) ......

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NDIS 2.0.1 Settings (for drivers M32ANDIS.EXE and

 

M32ANDIS.OS2) ........................................................................

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M32A.SYS (NDIS 3) Settings for Microsoft Windows NT and

 

Windows 95 ..................................................................................

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Novell Client 32 Driver Settings (for driver M32A.LAN) .................

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Novell Client32 Driver Keywords ......................................................

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Packet Driver Settings (for driver .......................................................

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M32APD.COM) ..................................................................................

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Diagnostic Test Utility Settings (M32ATEST.EXE) ..........................

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Keyword Alphabetical Reference .......................................................

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Troubleshooting.....................................................

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LED Indicators ....................................................................................

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Diagnostic Self Test (MS-DOS only) .................................................

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Error Messages ....................................................................................

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General Troubleshooting .....................................................................

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Network Operating System Troubleshooting ...................................

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Troubleshooting Checklist ................................................................

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Intel Automated Customer Support ...................

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Specifications ......................................................

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General Specifications ......................................................................

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General Specifications (continued) ...................................................

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Compatibility .....................................................................................

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Technical Specifications ....................................................................

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Limited Lifetime Warranty .................................

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Network Software License Agreement ..............

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Regulatory Agency Notices ................................

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Index .....................................................................

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Chapter 1

Hardware Installation

Follow the instructions in this chapter to install the PRO/100 CardBus adapter hardware and network cabling. See Chapter 2, Software Installation for instructions on how to install network software.

The PRO/100 CardBus adapter provides access to both 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps networks with a single adapter cable, and auto-senses 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps network speed. The Adapter requires Category 5 (data grade) unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cabling for 100 Mbps or Category 3 or 5 for 10 Mbps.

Before Installing Hardware

Check Package Contents:

PRO/100 CardBus adapter

A LAN adapter cable with 15-pin PC Card connector at one end and a RJ-45 connector at the other (for 100Base-TX or 10Base-T Ethernet connectivity)

Software on two 3.5-inch diskettes

Late Breaking News card

User’s Guide

Product registration card

Protective adapter case

NOTE:

Please fill out the Product Registration Card and mail it immediately.

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Verify Other Required Equipment

To install the PRO/100 CardBus adapter, you need the following:

1A portable PC with a CardBus slot. Note that CardBus slots are different from 16-bit PCMCIA slots. If your CardBus adapter does not fit in your slot, it may be a 16-bit slot. Contact your computer dealer for more information.

2A local area network supporting 10 or 100 Mbps Ethernet, as required, and a network operating system supported by the PRO/100 CardBus adapter. See Chapter 2, Software Installation for a list of the network operating systems supported.

NOTE:

Since the PRO/100 CardBus adapter automatically detects the speed of the network to which it is connected, it may be safely connected to either a 100Base-TX or 10Base-T network, as specified in items 3 and 4 below.

3For connection to a 100Base-TX 100 Mbps Ethernet network, a Category 5 (data grade) unshielded twisted pair (UTP) network cable

terminating in a male RJ-45 connector.

4For connection to a 10Base-T twisted pair Ethernet network, a network cable terminating in a male RJ-45 connector and connected to a 10 Mbps hub or switch.

Determine System Requirements

During installation of the PRO/100 CardBus adapter hardware, power to the computer should be ON and your operating system should be running. If configured to do so, your system will detect the PRO/100 CardBus adapter. For details on how to install driver software for your particular environment, see Chapter 2, Software Installation.

The PRO/100 CardBus adapter hardware is compatible with Types II and III PC Card slots that support CardBus technology. Installation and removal procedures may vary on different computers.

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Installing the Hardware

Insert the PRO/100 CardBus adapter

1Grasp the PRO/100 CardBus adapter by the edges with the Intel

label facing upward and the wide PC Card connector next to the insert slot.

2Insert the card into a CardBus slot and push it in until it is firmly seated.

NOTE:

The PRO/100 CardBus adapter will not fit in a slot that does not support CardBus technology.

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CardBus

 

 

 

PRO/100

 

 

 

EtherExpressMobile

 

 

Adapter

Inserting the PRO/100 CardBus adapter into the Computer

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Removing the PRO/100 CardBus adapter

Follow the PC card removal instructions specified in the documentation for your computer.

Connecting the LAN Adapter Cable to the Card

Attach the 15-pin connector at the end of the Intel adapter cable to the mating connector on the end of the adapter (see illustration below). Press the cable connector gently into the connector on the card until it clicks into place. Do not force the connection.

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Intel

 

 

 

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PRO/100

 

 

 

EtherExpressMobile

 

 

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Connecting the LAN Adapter Cable to the PRO/100 CardBus adapter

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Connecting the Network Cable to the LAN Adapter Cable

Plug the network cable into the female RJ-45 connector, as shown in the figure.

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Connecting to the Network Cable to LAN Adapter Cable

What to Do Next

After installing the hardware and connecting cables, proceed to Chapter 2. Software Installation. You will need the Intel Installation Disk and Network Drivers Disk.

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Chapter 2

Software Installation

CardBus Installation Guidelines

The PRO/100 CardBus adapter can be used in Windows 3.x, Windows 95, Windows NT, and MS-DOS environments, and with most common network operating systems. However, some current operating systems or Card and Socket Services versions do not yet support CardBus technology. In these cases you will be able to use the PRO/100 CardBus adapter, but you will not be able to use or swap PC Cards or other CardBus adapters while using the adapter.

Installation instructions and guidelines are provided in this chapter for the fully supported and unsupported CardBus environments known at the time of publication.

The installation topics covered are:

Windows* 95

Windows 95 using Novell Client 32

Windows NT*

Windows 3.x, Windows for Workgroups

IBM OS/2* Warp

Others, listed in alphabetical order

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Installing with Windows 95

The first release of Windows 95 (4.00.950 or 950a) included built-in support for 16-bit PC Cards but not for 32-bit CardBus. However, your PRO/100 CardBus adapter can still be installed under Windows 95. See the procedure on the next page.

Cardbus built-in support is included in Windows 95 OEM Service Release #2 (also known as Windows 95 OSR2 or version 4.00.950b).

Please review the README.TXT file on the Installation Disk and visit the Intel website for the latest information on CardBus support in Windows 95.

Determining Your Version of Windows 95

Follow the steps below to determine which version of Windows 95 you are running:

1Click on the Start button.

2Select Settings.

3Select the Control Panel.

4Double-click on the System icon.

The System Properties dialog box opens.

5Select the General tab.

Information about your system is displayed, including the version of Windows 95 you are running, under “System.”

Versions 4.00.950 or 4.00.950a. For installation procedures (including special instructions for Toshiba computers), see the section titled “Installing with Windows 95 Version 4.00.950 or 4.00.950a.”

Version 4.00.950b (also known as OSR2). For installation procedures, see the section titled “Installing with Windows 95 Version 4.00.950b (OSR2) or Later.”

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Installing with Windows 95

Version 4.00.950 or 4.00.950a

Windows 95 does not include ‘Hot Swap’ support for CardBus adapters. The PRO/100 CardBus adapter includes a driver that will let you use the device within Windows 95. To use this driver, however, you must first disable support for PC Cards in Windows 95. This means you cannot simultaneously use another CardBus adapter or PC Card with the PRO/100 CardBus adapter.

To install with Windows 95 Version 4.00.950 or 4.00.950a:

NOTE:

For Toshiba portable computers with CardBus support, see the separate installation instructions under the heading “Installing Toshiba Computers with Windows 95 version 4.00.950 or 4.00.950a” later in this section.

1Insert the PRO/100 CardBus adapter.

2Click Start.

3Choose Settings.

4Choose Control Panel. The Control Panel opens.

5Double-click the Network icon. The Network window opens.

6Click Add.

The Select Network Component Type window opens.

7Double-click Adapter.

The Select Network Adapter window opens.

8Click Have Disk.

The Install From Disk window opens.

9Insert the Intel Drivers Disk.

10With A:\ in input box, click OK (or type in the correct path). The Select Network Adapter window reopens.

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11Under “Manufacturers,” click “Intel.”

12Select the “Intel EtherExpress PRO/100 Mobile CardBus 32 manual load." Note that this is the second driver listed. You may need to scroll the text to see the entire driver name.

13Click OK.

14The Network window reopens.

15Click OK.

The Intel dialog box appears displaying various settings. An asterisk in any field indicates that the current setting is incorrect. Use the Up or Down arrow to adjust the setting until the asterisk disappears.

16Click OK.

The Copying Files window opens.

17Insert your original Windows 95 CD or disk (identify the drive that holds the CD or disk) and click OK.

The System Settings window opens.

NOTE:

If Windows 95 was pre-installed on your computer, the necessary files are located in the following directory:

C:\WINDOWS\OPTIONS\CABS

18Click No when prompted to restart the computer. (But click Yes for Toshiba computers with CardBus support, as described in step 12 under the heading “Installing Toshiba Computers with Windows 95 version 4.00.950 or 4.00.950A” later in this section.)

DO NOT RESTART the computer at this time (unless you are using a Toshiba CardBus computer). First, complete the following steps to disable PC Card support:

NOTE:

Some portable computers require that PCMCIA support be disabled through the computer's BIOS in addition to the steps below. Before completing the following steps, please review the README.TXT file on the Network Drivers Disk for com- puter-specific information.

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1In the Control Panel, double-Click the System icon. The System Properties window opens.

2Click the Device Manager tab.

3Double-click PCMCIA Socket.

4Click PCIC or compatible PCMCIA controller.

5Click Remove.

A removal confirmation window opens.

6Click OK.

The System Settings Change window opens.

7Remove the Network Drivers Disk from the floppy drive.

8Click Yes to restart the computer.

When you restart the computer the first time after removing the PCIC device, you will be prompted to select a driver. Choose Do not install a driver. This prompt is not displayed again.

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Re-enabling PC Card support with Windows 95 Version 4.00.950 or 4.00.950a

If you have disabled PC Card and Socket support in order to use the PRO/100 CardBus adapter, and now want to use another PC Card, such as a PC Card modem in your computer, you will first need to re-enable the PC Card support as described in the following steps:

1Click Start.

2Choose Settings.

3Choose Control Panel.

The Control Panel window opens.

4Double-click the Network icon. The Network window opens.

5Click the Configuration tab.

6Select the “Intel EtherExpress PRO/100 Mobile CardBus 32 Manual Load.”

7Click Remove.

8Click OK.

9Click No when prompted to restart the computer.

DO NOT RESTART the computer at this time. First, complete the following steps to re-enable PC Card support:

1In the Control Panel, double-click the System icon. The System Properties window opens.

2Click the Device Manager tab.

3Double-click PCMCIA Socket.

4Double-click PCIC or Compatible Controller.

The PCIC or Compatible Controller Properties window opens.

5Click the Drivers tab.

6Click the Change Driver button. The Select Device window opens.

7Select “PCIC or compatible PCMCIA controller,” and click OK. The PCIC or Compatible Controller Properties window reopens.

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8Click OK.

The System Properties window reopens.

9Click Close.

10Click Start.

11Select Shut Down.

12Select Restart the Computer and click Yes.

Your computer is now set to use other PC Card devices.

Installing Toshiba Computers with Windows 95 Version 4.00.950 or 4.00.950A

If you are installing the PRO/100 CardBus adapter on Toshiba portables with CardBus support, including the Tecra 700 series, Tecra 500 series and Protégé 650, please follow use the following installation procedures:

1Determine which version of Windows 95 you have, using the guidelines under the heading “Determining Your Version of Windows 95” earlier in this chapter.

2If your version of Windows 95 is version 4.00.950 or 4.00.950a, complete the following steps. If your version of Windows 95 is version 4.00.950b (OSR2) or later, follow the instructions later in this chapter for those versions.

3Before installing the PRO/100 CardBus adapter, it is necessary to modify PC Card support on the computer via Toshiba’s BIOS setup program.

4Press Start, and select Shutdown. Select Restart in MS-DOS mode to reboot your machine.

5At the DOS prompt, run the Toshiba setup program by typing TSETUP and press Enter.

6On the setup program menu, look for an item titled “PC Card Controller Mode”. If the mode is set to PCIC Compatible, proceed to step 7. If the mode is set to CardBus/16-bit, press the End button on your keyboard and then Y for Yes. Proceed to step 11.

7Use the down arrow key to navigate through the Toshiba setup menu to the “PC Card Controller Mode” field.

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8Press the space bar until the PC Card Controller Mode is set to CardBus/16-bit.

9Press the End button on your keyboard and press Y when prompted.

10Reboot your computer.

11Perform steps 1 through 17 under the heading “Installing with Windows 95 version 4.00.950 or 950a” at the beginning of the Installing with Windows 95 section earlier in this chapter.

12After completing steps 1 through 17, select Yes when prompted to reboot the machine. At this point installation is complete.

Re-enabling PC Card support on Toshiba Computers

If you have disabled PC Card support in order to use the PRO/100 CardBus adapter under Windows 95 version 4.00.950 or 950a, and now want to use a PC Card, such as a PC Card modem in your computer, you will need to re-enable PC Card support by following these steps:

1Click Start.

2Choose Settings.

3Choose Control Panel.

The Control Panel window opens.

4Double-click the Network icon. The Network window opens.

5Click the Configuration tab.

6Select the “Intel EtherExpress PRO/100 Mobile CardBus 32 Manual Load.”

7Click Remove.

8Click OK.

9Click No when prompted to restart the computer.

10Press Start, and select Shutdown. Select Restart in MS-DOS mode to reboot your machine.

11At the DOS prompt, run the Toshiba setup program by typing TSETUP.

12Use the down arrow key to navigate through the Toshiba setup menu to the “PC Card Controller Mode” field.

13Press the space bar until the PC Card Controller Mode equals PCIC Compatible.

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14Press the End button on your keyboard and press Y when prompted.

15Reboot your computer.

16After your system has rebooted it is ready to support PC Cards under Windows 95.

Installing with Windows 95

Version 4.00.950b (OSR2) or Later

Windows 95 OSR2 and later versions support CardBus. This means you can use the built-in PC Card support in Windows 95 to install, remove, and hotswap CardBus cards and PC Cards.

To install the CardBus with Windows 95 Version 4.00.950b (OSR2) or later:

1Insert the PRO/100 CardBus adapter.

2Allow the Plug and Play facility to install the PRO/100 CardBus adapter.

3When prompted for a disk, insert the Intel Network Drivers Disk.

Enabling another PCMCIA or CardBus card in Windows 95 Version 4.00.950b (OSR2) or Later

The PRO/100 CardBus adapter can be used simultaneously with another PCMCIA or CardBus card by using the Plug and Play feature to remove the PRO/100 CardBus adapter and install the new card.

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Installing NetWare Client 32 ODI Drivers under Windows 95

When installing the PRO/100 CardBus adapter under Windows 95 you have the option of installing either an NDIS3 driver (also known as Miniport) or a 32-bit ODI client driver (Client 32).

Windows 95 installation instructions vary slightly for different versions of Windows 95. See the instructions earlier in this manual on how to determine your version of Windows 95, then follow the instructions below for your version.

Installing under Windows 95 Version 4.00.950 or 4.00.950a

1Follow the instructions earlier in this chapter on how to disable PC Card support in Windows 95, under the heading Installing with Microsoft Windows 95 Version 4.00.950 or 4.00.950a.

2Follow the steps below for Client 32 installation under Windows 95 Version 4.00.950b. However, you may use any version of the Client 32 Install Software.

Installing under Windows 95 Version 4.00.950b or later (OSR2)

NOTE

Windows 95 version 4.00.950b requires Client 32 for Windows 95 version 2.12 or greater (ask your Network Administrator if you do not know which version of NetWare Client 32 you have).

1Follow the instructions earlier in this chapter for installing the Intel PRO/100 CardBus adapter under Windows 95 version 4.00.950b. This procedure will install the adapter with the NDIS3 (Miniport) driver.

2Click the Start button in the left bottom corner of your Windows 95 Desktop and select Run. Then type the path to SETUP.EXE or Browse to the Client 32 install directory. Possible paths are:

A:\

if installing from Disk 1 of the diskette version C:\DIRECTORY_NAME\

if installing from a directory on your hard disk \\NOVELL_SRV_NAME\SYS\PUBLIC\CLIENT\WIN95\IBM_ENU\

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if installing from a Novell NetWare Server you are connected to.

3Once you have selected the proper path, run SETUP.EXE and follow the Novell instructions. At the last screen, DO NOT select REBOOT. Instead, click CUSTOMIZE.

NOTE

If prompted to insert the Windows 95 CD-ROM, click OK and type the path to the CABS directory on your hard drive (usually C:\WINDOWS\OPTIONS\CABS).

4The CUSTOMIZE option will take you to the Network dialog box where you may or may not have an adapter installed. DO NOT REMOVE any of the existing drivers. First ADD the 32 Bit ODI driver by selecting Add. Then in the Select Network Adapter Type box select Adapter. Next, in the Select Network Adapters box click Have disk and insert the Intel Network Drivers Disk (Disk 2). Select OK at the Install from Disk box. In the next window highlight Intel in the manufacturers column and Intel EtherExpress PRO/100 CardBus Adapter for NetWare Client 32 V1.0.

5This will take you back to the Network window where you may now remove the existing driver if there was one. You should be left with a Novell ODINSUP and an Intel PRO/100 CardBus adapter for NetWare Client 32 V1.0 adapter.

6If your laptop requires any special resources, you may select the adapter and Properties window to change them. Otherwise click OK .

NOTE

If asked to insert the NetWare Client 32 for Windows 95 Disk x click OK and enter the path to the Client 32 Install from Step 2 above.

7After rebooting, the driver will load but you may receive a New Hardware Found PCI Card message which will take you to the Update Device Driver Wizard window. At this window make sure you DO NOT have the drivers disk in drive A:. Then click Next >. The next window should display “Windows was unable to locate a driver for this device.” Now click Finish. You should not see this message in subsequent reboots. This step will leave a “?!PCI Card” indication in the Control Panel\System Properties\Device Manager\Other Devices section, but will not hinder operation of the driver. However, if you wish to reinstall the Miniport driver at a later time be sure, to remove the “?!PCI Card” line from the above named window.

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Installing with Windows NT 3.51 and 4.0

Windows NT 3.51 and 4.0 include full support for PC Cards and partial support for CardBus. The PRO/100 CardBus adapter includes a driver that will let you use the device within Windows NT. When loaded, this driver disables support for PC Cards in Windows NT. This means you cannot simultaneously use another CardBus or PC Card with the PRO/100 CardBus adapter.

Please review the README.TXT file on the Installation Disk and visit the Intel website for the latest information on CardBus support in Windows NT.

The installation steps for Windows NT 3.51 and Windows NT 4.0 are slightly different, so they are addressed separately here.

To install with Windows NT 3.51:

1Insert the PRO/100 CardBus adapter.

2Double-click the Control Panel. The Control Panel opens.

3Double-click the Network icon.

The Network Settings window opens.

4Click Add Adapter.

The Add Network Adapters window opens.

5Scroll to select “Other (requires disk from manufacturer).”

6Click Continue.

The Insert Disk windows opens.

7Insert the Intel Network Drivers Disk .

8Click OK.

The Select OEM Option window opens.

9Click OK.

10Intel EtherExpress PRO/100 CardBus Mobile Adapter Setup window opens, displaying the default settings.

NOTE:

In most circumstances, the default settings will properly operate the PRO/100 CardBus adapter. However, consult the README.TXT file for specific settings (if necessary).

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11Click OK.

The Network Settings window reopens.

12Click OK.

The Network Settings Change window opens.

13Click Restart Now to restart your computer.

Re-enabling PC Card Support in Windows NT 3.51

The PRO/100 CardBus adapter cannot be used simultaneously with a PC Card in Windows NT 3.51.

To remove the PRO/100 32-bit Mobile Adapter from Windows NT 3.51:

1Double-click the Control Panel. The Control Panel opens.

2Double-click the Network icon.

The Network Settings window opens.

3Choose the “Intel EtherExpress PRO/100 Mobile CardBus 32.”

4Click Remove.

5Click Yes to confirm.

To install with Windows NT 4.0:

1Insert the PRO/100 CardBus adapter.

2Click Start.

3Choose Settings.

4Choose the Control Panel. The Control Panel opens.

5Double-click the Network icon.

The Network Settings window opens.

6Click the Adapters tab.

The Network Adapters window opens.

7Click Add.

The Select Network Adapter window opens.

8Click Have Disk.

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9Insert the Intel Network Drivers Disk .

10Click OK.

The Select OEM Option window opens.

11Click OK.

Windows NT Setup window briefly displays.

12PRO/100 CardBus adapter Settings window opens, displaying the default settings.

NOTE:

In most circumstances, the default settings will properly operate the PRO/100 CardBus adapter. However, consult the README.TXT file for specific settings (if necessary).

13Click OK.

The Network Settings window redisplays.

14Click Close.

If any dialog boxes appear related to setting up network protocols, click Cancel, and contact your Network Administrator.

15When the Network Settings Change window opens, click Yes to restart your computer.

Re-enabling PC Card Support in Windows NT 4.0

The PRO/100 CardBus adapter cannot be used simultaneously with a PC Card in Windows NT 4.0.

To remove the PRO/100 CardBus adapter from Windows NT 4.0:

1Double-click the Control Panel. The Control Panel opens.

2Double-click the Network icon.

The Network Settings window opens.

3Choose the “Intel EtherExpress PRO/100 Mobile CardBus 32.”

4Click Remove.

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Installing with Windows 3.x and Windows for Workgroups

To install under Windows 3.x or Windows for Workgroups, use the Intel Installation Program. Insert the Installation Disk, into your disk drive, and proceed as follows (substitute the correct drive letter for your system):

1From the Program Manager, choose File, then Run. In the Command Line box, type the following:

A:SETUP

2Press Enter or click OK.

3Select your network operating system from the list displayed and click OK.

4Follow the on-screen instructions. Note the following variations for NetWare and other network operating systems:

Novell NetWare Installation

With Novell NetWare highlighted, click the OK button. Intel provides all software necessary to configure your NetWare client workstation. Upon completion, the Installation Program will reboot your system. When your system comes back up, log in to the network.

NOTE:

The NetWare VLM shell is used to connect to your NetWare server. The Intel Installation Program will decompress and configure the necessary files. If you do not plan to use the Installation Program, see “Manual Installation” in the alphabetical section of this chapter for instructions on how to decompress and load the NetWare VLM files.

If you need NETX shell support, contact your System Administrator.

Installation of Other Network Operating Systems

For listed network operating systems other than Novell NetWare, highlight your network operating system and click the OK button. The Intel installation software will analyze your system and create a custom Intel Network Drivers Disk. Make sure your diskette is not write-protected when executing this step.

5Once you have completed the steps prompted by the Intel Installation Program, exit the program and find your network operating system in this chapter of the User’s Guide, using the alphabetical listing under the heading “Installing Network Software.” Follow the procedures indicated there to complete the installation.

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NOTE:

Even though older Card and Socket Services software for MS-DOS and Windows 3.X may not support CardBus, it may be possible to use another PC Card simultaneously with the PRO/100 CardBus adapter. Please refer to the README.TXT file or the Intel website for the latest information and tips regarding Card and Socket Services.

The Installation Program will modify your AUTOEXEC.BAT, CONFIG.SYS, and network configuration files to match the optimum configuration for your system.

For detailed technical information on configuration files and settings, see

Chapter 3, Configuration Reference and Chapter 4, Troubleshooting.

Installing under IBM OS/2 (Warp 3.0 and 4.0) Using the NDIS or ODI Driver

NOTE

The PRO/100 CardBus adapter includes NDIS 2.0 and ODI drivers for OS/2. Currently, the Card and Socket Services software in OS/2 does not support CardBus. Therefore, in order to install the CardBus driver in OS/2, OS/2’s Card and Socket Services must be disabled. Follow IBM’s instructions for disabling Card and Socket Services.

Installation Steps for Warp 3.0 and 4.0 (NDIS driver)

1Remove OS/2’s Card and Socket Services according to IBM’s instructions.

By default, the CardBus NDIS driver will be installed. If you wish to install the ODI client, the Novell Client installation program should be used. See the OS/2 ODI Client install section for instructions.

2Run MPTS (Multi-Protocol Transport Services). For Warp 3.0, MPTS is on the desktop. For Warp 4.0, MPTS is in System Setup.

3In the MPTS window, click on Configure

4In the Configure window, select the LAN adapter and protocols radio button, then click on Configure.

5In the LAPS Configuration window, in the Network Adapter section, click on Other Adapter.

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6Set the path as A:\NDIS and click OK.

7Back at the LAPS Configuration window, in the Network Adapter section, select the PRO/100 CardBus adapter by clicking on it and then clicking Add.

8In the Protocols section, select the protocols you wish to use by clicking on the protocols and then clicking Add.

9In the Current Configuration section, click on PRO/100 CardBus adapter and click edit to edit the driver settings. The default settings for the product will be displayed. Generally, the default settings should be used. The most important to check are INT and SOCKET. If there is a conflict, these should be adjusted using trial and error.

10After reviewing the settings, click OK.

11Click OK again

12Click close

13Follow the onscreen instructions to complete installation.

NOTE

In Warp 4.0, a free interrupt can be found by running Hardware Manager (under System Setup). Under IRQ, look for a free one (the program shows what’s used).

Installation Steps for Warp 3.0 and 4.0 (ODI driver)

The PRO/100 CardBus adapter includes NDIS2 and ODI drivers for OS/2. Currently, the Card and Socket Services software in OS/2 does not support CardBus. Therefore, in order to install the CardBus driver in OS/2, OS/2’s Card and Socket Services must be disabled. Follow IBM’s instructions for disabling Card and Socket Services.

1Remove OS/2’s Card and Socket Services according to IBM’s instructions.

2In order to install Intel’s OS/2 ODI driver, the Novell Netware Client for OS/2 installation disks are needed. Insert disk 1 of the OS/2 client installation disks (the WSOS2_1 disk) in the floppy drive and run INSTALL.

3In the NetWare Workstation for OS/2 Installation Utility window, click the Installation menu item and select the Requester on Workstation option.

4In the ‘Set Target Directory’ Windows, set the destination directory (default is c:\netware) and click OK.

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5In the ‘Requester Installation’ window, select the the option ‘Edit CONFIG.SYS and copy all files’ and click OK.

6In the ‘Step 1- choose the ODI LAN Driver’ window, click on the list box to display the list of LAN drivers. An Installation Message window will appear. Put the Intel Network Drivers Disk in the floppy drive and click OK.

7In the list box, enter M32AODI.OS2 as the LAN driver to install, and click Continue.

8The Installation Message window will reappear. Re-insert the NetWare Client disk in the floppy drive (disk WSOS2_1) and click OK.

9Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation of the Netware Client for OS/2 software.

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Installing Network Software

Use the instructions under this heading in the following circumstances:

To complete the installation of network software after you have run the Intel Installation Program: Find your network operating system in the alphabetical listing that follows.

To install software for network operating systems not supported by the Intel Installation Program (for example, on systems running MSDOS without Windows): Find your network operating system in the alphabetical listing that follows, or see the headings “Generic Installation” and “Manual Installation” in the same listing.

To install and configure manually, without running the Intel Installation Program: See the heading “Manual Installation” in the alphabetical listing that follows.

Use the Modified Intel Network Drivers Disk

When prompted for a device driver or manufacturer’s disk by your network operating system install procedure, use Intel Network Drivers Disk.

Alphabetical Reference

The section is organized in alphabetical order by network operating system vendor. Unless otherwise indicated, these instructions are designed to be used with the Intel Installation Program. They assume a first-time installation of client software on a workstation, using the configuration values set by the Intel Installation Program or, when the Installation Program is not used, using the default values listed in Chapter 3, Configuration Reference.

The PRO/100 CardBus adapter supports ODI, NDIS 2.01, NDIS 3 and packet drivers. To determine which of these drivers you need for your networking environment, consult your network administrator or network documentation.

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Artisoft LANtastic version 6.0

NDIS 2.0 Driver

1Run the Intel Installation Program from the Installation Disk.

2Choose Artisoft LANtastic from the Select Network Operating System screen.

3Follow the prompts to complete the Intel segment of the installation.

4Run the Artisoft LANtastic 6.0 “install” program. Specify C:\LANTASTI as the destination directory (or the directory set with the Intel Installation Program).

5At the “Select network adapter” screen, choose “NDIS Support for Network Adapters.”

6When prompted for the “manufacturer’s driver disk” on the “Enter NDIS driver directory” screen, insert the Intel Network Drivers Disk.

7Complete the Artisoft installation.

8Reboot the computer and start LANtastic.

AT&T StarGROUP LAN Manager version 2.1a

NDIS 2.0 Driver

See Microsoft LAN Manager.

Banyan VINES version 5.5 & 6.0

NDIS 2.0 Driver

Prior to installing the Banyan Vines client software, it is necessary to determine the Interrupt Number for the PRO/100 CardBus adapter. After you have installed the Adapter, follow these steps to determine the Interrupt Number:

1Insert the Intel Network Drivers Disk in the floppy drive.

2At the DOS prompt, enter

M32ATEST

3Press Enter.

4When the Main Menu opens, run Test.

The IRQ number will be displayed when the Test is complete.

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5Write down the IRQ number to use when you proceed with the installation.

For example, if the IRQ=6, write down the number 6.

Now continue with the Banyan Vines installation as follows:

1Run the Intel Installation Program from the Installation Disk.

2Choose Banyan VINES from the Select Network Operating System screen.

3Follow the prompts to complete the Intel segment of the installation. The Installation Program also creates a \VINES directory on your hard disk.

4Copy the files from the VINES Master disk into the VINES directory.

5Copy the NDIS driver file and the PROTOCOL.INI file from \NDIS directory on the Network Drivers Disk into the VINES directory.

6Change to the VINES directory.

7Type PCCONFIG and select Network Card Settings, followed by NDIS Ethernet.

8Enter the IRQ value you wrote down in Step 5 of the M32ATEST procedure above.

9At the PROTOCOL.INI bindings prompt, type INTELNET.

10Press F10 to save and Esc to return to the main menu.

11Select Login Environment Settings, followed by Default Communications Driver, followed by NDIS Ethernet.

12Press Esc to return to the Main Menu and press F10 to save.

13Manually add these lines to your AUTOEXEC.BAT file:

CD\VINES

BAN

14 Manually add these lines to your CONFIG.SYS file:

DEVICE=C:\VINES\PROTMAN.DOS /I:C\VINES DEVICE=C:\VINES\M32ANDIS.EXE

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DEC PATHWORKS versions 5.x or 6.x

NDIS 2.0 Driver

These instructions are based on PATHWORKS documentation for configuration of a PC as a client workstation, using a system service already installed on a LAN Manager server and the LAN Manager SETUP diskette.

Prior to installing the DEC PATHWORKS client software, it is necessary to determine the Interrupt Number for the PRO/100 CardBus adapter. After you have installed the PRO/100 CardBus adapter, follow these steps to determine the Interrupt Number:

1Insert the Intel Network Drivers Disk in the floppy drive.

2At the DOS prompt, enter

M32ATEST

3Press Enter.

4When the Main Menu opens, run Test.

The IRQ number will be displayed when the Test is complete.

5Write down the IRQ number to use when you proceed with the installation.

For example, if the IRQ=6, write down the number 6.

Now continue with the DEC PATHWORKS installation as follows:

1Run the Intel Installation Program from the Installation Disk.

2Choose DEC PATHWORKS from the Select Network Operating System screen.

3Follow the prompts to complete the Intel segment of the installation.

4Check the README file on your PATHWORKS SETUP disk for requirements such as lastdrive, setver, etc. You will need 500 K of free conventional memory and about 1 MB of extended memory to run PATHWORKS SETUP. Be sure you have a lastdrive statement in your CONFIG.SYS file (lastdrive=g will work in most cases).

5Use a text editor to modify the file A:\NDIS\PI.TPL on the PATHWORKS SETUP disk, as follows (A:\NDIS is a hidden directory. You can access it by typing CD A:\NDIS):

Change the line (remove the semicolon)

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;NI_IRQ = [IRQ VALUE FROM STEP 5 OF THE FIRST PROCEDURE ABOVE]

to read

NI_IRQ = [IRQ VALUE FROM STEP 5 OF THE FIRST PROCEDURE ABOVE]

The NI_IRQ value must be the same as the interrupt value you will use for the Intel adapter.

6Run the SETUP program from the PATHWORKS SETUP disk for LAN Manager.

7a For Pathworks 5.0, choose Configure PC.

7b For Pathworks 6.0, select Yes for the “Has the Pathworks software been installed to a LAN Manager file Service.”

8In the Select Drive Window, choose “Network.”

9Select DECnet as transport.

10When prompted to choose a network adapter, choose “Other.”

11When prompted for driver information, in the “Other Adapter” window use the following:

a. for PATHWORKS 5.0:

NDIS DRIVER PATH: A:\

NDIS DRIVER FILE: M32ANDIS.EXE

NDIS DRIVER NAME: INTEL$

b. for PATHWORKS 5.1:

DRIVER FILE: A:\M32ANDIS.EXE PROTOCOL.INI STUB: A:\DEC\PROTOCOL.INI

c. for PATHWORKS 6.0:

DRIVER FILE: A:\M32ANDIS.EXE PROTOCOL.INI STUB: A:\DEC\PROTOCOL.INI

Skip the Additional Files section.

12Insert the Intel Network Drivers Disk when prompted.

13Enter your node information when prompted.

14Save the PROTOCOL.INI file with the default settings.

At this point, the SETUP program will try to connect to the DECnet server. Once connected, the SETUP program will map a logical drive to your system service.

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15Highlight the logical drive mapped by the SETUP program, and press Enter to run PWSETUP.

16Press Enter to confirm the Software Destination C:\PW.

17Choose Express (or Custom if you have a lot of prior installation experience).

18Select an appropriate Workstation Template, or create one.

19Under Network Adapter Information, choose other network adapter, with NDIS enabled, and enter the following information:

IN THE NON-SUPPORTED NETWORK ADAPTER WINDOW

DRIVER FILE: A:\M32ANDIS.EXE

PROTOCOL.INI STUB: A:\DEC\PROTOCOL.INI

Skip the Additional Files section and ensure Ethernet box is enabled.

20Insert the Intel Network Drivers Disk when prompted.

21In the Network Adapter Information window, select M32ANDIS Unsupported Network Adapter with NDIS Box enabled

22In LAN Manager System Service Connection Information window, enter username and press Enter.

23Enter the Windows directory path.

24Press Enter to add the STARTNET.BAT file to your AUTOEXEC.BAT file.

25A PROTOCOL.INI file created by SETUP will display in edit mode.

a Remove the semicolon at the beginning of the ni_irq line, as follows:

Change the line

;NI_IRQ = [IRQ VALUE FROM STEP 5 OF THE FIRST PROCEDURE ABOVE]

to read

NI_IRQ = [IRQ VALUE FROM STEP 5 OF THE FIRST PROCEDURE ABOVE]

The ni_irq value must be the same as the interrupt value used for the Intel adapter.

b Verify that the [m32andis] section has the following lines and settings:

[M32ANDIS] DRIVERNAME=INTEL$

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26Exit SETUP and reboot to start the network. (Some machines may require a cold boot at this point—power the computer down and back up again.)

FTP Software LANWatch

Packet and NDIS 2.0 Drivers

FTP Software’s LANWatch network monitor software can be installed using Intel’s packet or NDIS 2.0 drivers. For information on which driver is appropriate for your network environment, refer to the FTP LANWatch documentation.

FTP Software LANWatch Packet Driver Installation

1Run the Intel Installation Program from the Installation Disk.

2Choose FTP LANWatch from the Select Network Operating System screen.

3Follow the prompts to complete the Intel segment of the installation.

4Install LANWatch according to the instructions in your FTP LANWatch manual.

5Copy the file M32APD.COM from the C:INTEL\M32A diretory to the directory where your LANWatch files are stored.

6(This step is not required for LANWatch versions 3.0 and later.)

Using a text editor, add the following line to your CONFIG.SYS file:

DEVICE = [PATH]IFCUST.SYS

where [path] is the drive and directory where your LANWatch files are stored.

7Reboot the PC.

8Change to the directory of where your LANWatch files are stored and run M32APD.COM.

9Run LW.EXE.

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FTP Software LANWatch NDIS 2.0 Driver Installation

1Run the Intel Installation Program from the Installation Disk.

2Choose FTP LANWatch from the Select Network Operating System screen.

3Follow the prompts to complete the Intel segment of the installation.

4Install LANWatch according to the instructions in your FTP LANWatch manual.

5Using a text editor, add the following lines to your CONFIG.SYS file:

DEVICE = C:\NDIS\PROTMAN.SYS /I:C:\NDIS

DEVICE = C:\NDIS\M32ANDIS.EXE

DEVICE = C:\NDIS\DIS_PKT.GUP

(Include the following line for LANWatch versions earlier than 3.0 only)DEVICE = C:\LW\IFCUST.SYS

6 Create a directory called NDIS on your hard disk, by typing:

MD NDIS

7At the DOS prompt, copy M32ANDIS.EXE from the C:\INTEL\M32A directory on your hard disk and the file PROTOCOL.FTP from the \NDIS directory on the Intel Network Drivers Disk to the \NDIS directory you created in Step 6.

8Use a text editor to modify the PROTOCOL.FTP file to match the keywords and values in the sample PROTOCOL.INI file in the \INTEL\M32A directory.

9Copy all the files from the \NDIS directory on the FTP Unsupported Software Disk A to the \NDIS directory created in Step 6.

10Reboot the PC.

11Change to the \NDIS directory and run NETBIND.EXE.

12Run LW.EXE.

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FTP Software PC/TCP

Packet, NDIS 2.0, and ODI Drivers

FTP Software’s PC/TCP Generic Ethernet Kernel ETHDRV.EXE can be installed using Intel’s Packet, ODI, or NDIS drivers. PC/TCP can also be used concurrently with NetWare. For information on which driver is appropriate for your network environment, see the FTP PC/TCP documentation. For environments using values other than those set by the Intel Installation Program, see Chapter 3, Configuration Reference in this manual.

FTP PC/TCP 3.X with OnNet 1.1 and Windows for Workgroups 3.11

1Run the Intel Installation Program from the Installation Disk.

2From the Select Network Operating System screen, choose Windows for Workgroups then FTP PC/TCP 3.x.

3Follow the prompts to complete the Intel segment of the installation.

4Run the PC/TCP installation program OnNet 1.1.

5Follow the prompts to the Network Card Screen, then select “Other NDIS Driver or Updated Packet Driver.”

6Insert the Intel Network Drivers Disk when prompted.

7Choose the appropriate driver then follow prompts to complete the installation.

8a For NDIS installation, reboot the PC.

8b For ODI installation, do not reboot. Continue with step 9.

Additional Steps for ODI Installation

If you are using an ODI driver, continue with the following steps:

9Change to the directory into which PC/TCP was installed.

10Use a text editor to change the file PCTCP.INI as follows:

In the section PCTCP ifcust 0 change the line

INTERFACE-TYPE=NDIS

to read

INTERFACE-TYPE=PKTDRV.

11Save the file and exit the text editor.

12Change to the C:\ (root) directory.

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13Use a text editor to modify the AUTOEXEC.BAT file as follows (\PCTCP is the default installation directory):

Move the line containing the STARTNET.BAT command or the lines containing the network driver files to immediately above the line

SET PCTCP=C:\PCTCP\PCTCP.INI

• Add the line

C:\PCTCP\ODIPKT

after the line

PCTCP=C:\PCTCP\PCTCP.INI

14Save the file and exit the text editor.

15Copy the file ODIPKT from disk 5 of the FTP PC/TCP installation disks to the directory into which PC/TCP was installed.

16Reboot the PC.FTP PC/TCP 3.X with OnNet 1.1 with Windows 3.1

FTP PC/TCP 3.X with OnNet 1.1 with Windows 3.1

1Run the Intel Installation Program from the Installation Disk.

2From the Select Network Operating System screen, choose FTP PC/ TCP.

3Follow the prompts to complete the Intel installation.

4Run the PC/TCP installation program OnNet 1.1.

5When prompted, insert the Intel Network Drivers Disk.

6Follow prompts to complete the PC/TCP installation.

7a For an NDIS installation, reboot the PC.

7b For ODI installation, do not reboot. Continue with step 8.

Additional Steps for ODI Installation

If you are using an ODI driver, continue with the following steps:

8Change to the directory into which PC/TCP was installed.

9Use a text editor to change the file PCTCP.INI as follows:

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• In the section PCTCP ifcust 0 change the line

INTERFACE-TYPE=NDIS

to read

INTERFACE-TYPE=PKTDRV.

10Save the file and exit the text editor.

11Change to the C:\ (root) directory.

12Use a text editor to modify the AUTOEXEC.BAT file as follows (\PCTCP is the default installation directory):

Move the line containing the STARTNET.BAT command or the lines containing the network driver files to immediately above the line

SET PCTCP=C:\PCTCP\PCTCP.INI

• Add the line

C:\PCTCP\ODIPKT

after the line

PCTCP=C:\PCTCP\PCTCP.INI

13Save the file and exit the text editor.

14Copy the file ODIPKT from disk 5 of the FTP PC/TCP installation disks to the directory into which PC/TCP was installed.

15Reboot the PC.

FTP Software PC/TCP Packet Driver Installation with OnNet 1.1

1Run the Intel Installation Program from the Installation Disk.

2Choose FTP PC/TCP from the Select Network Operating System screen.

3Follow the prompts to complete the Intel segment of the installation.

4Exit to DOS, switch to the C:\INTEL\M32A directory and run M32APD.COM.

5Install PC/TCP software according to the directions given in the PC/ TCP documentation.

6Copy the file M32APD.COM from the C:\INTEL\M32A directory to the PC/TCP directory specified in the PC/TCP install procedure.

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7Edit the AUTOEXEC.BAT file and add the following lines:

C:\PCTCP\M32APD.COM

C:\PCTCP\ETHDRV.EXE

8(This step is not required for PC/TCP versions 2.10 and later.) Using a text editor, add the following lines to your CONFIG.SYS file:

DEVICE=[PATH]IPCUST.SYS

DEVICE=[PATH]IFCUST.SYS

where [path] is the drive and directory specified at the PC/TCP installation.

9Reboot the PC.

10Change to the directory where your PC/TCP files are stored and run M32APD.COM by typing: M32APD and pressing Enter.

11Run the ETHDRV.EXE kernel program supplied with PC/TCP. This loads the PC/TCP kernel into memory. The packet driver must always load before the kernel.

12Continue your server or workstation startup as instructed in the PC/ TCP documentation.

ODI with FTP Software PC/TCP and NetWare

If you need to run Novell NetWare concurrently with FTP PC/TCP, proceed as follows:

1Run the Intel Installation Program from the Installation Disk.

2Choose FTP PC/TCP from the Select Network Operating System screen.

3Follow the prompts to complete the Intel segment of the installation.

4Install PC/TCP according to the instructions in your FTP PC/TCP manual.

5(This step is not required for PC/TCP versions 2.10 and later.) Using a text editor, add the following lines to your CONFIG.SYS file:

DEVICE=[PATH]IPCUST.SYS

DEVICE=[PATH]IFCUST.SYS

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where [path] is the drive and directory specified in the PC/TCP installation.

6Copy NET.CFG from the C:\INTEL\M32A directory and the files LSL.COM and M32AODI.COM from the root directory of the Intel Network Drivers Disk to the PC/TCP directory created in the PC/TCP install procedure.

7To start the workstation, load the software as follows:

LSL

M32AODI

IPXODI

ODIPKT (USE THE VERSION SUPPLIED WITH PC/TCP)

ETHDRV

VLM

8Change to the network drive (usually F:\LOGIN).

9Log in to the network.

Generic Installation

If your NOS is not listed in the Intel Installation Program, you can try selecting “Generic NDIS Driver” or “Generic ODI Driver” in the Intel Installation Program and clicking the Install button. A sample configuration file containing parameters optimized for your system will be created in the \INTEL\M32A directory on your hard disk. For NDIS, this will be a custom PROTOCOL.INI file. For ODI, it will be a custom NET.CFG file. Use this sample file to assist you in configuring the actual configuration file for your system (or use the sample file itself if appropriate).

HP LAN Manager

NDIS 2.0 Driver

See Microsoft LAN Manager.

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IBM Local Area Network Support Program

IBM Local Area Network Support Program (version 1.36)

NDIS 2.0 Driver

1Run the Intel Installation Program from the Installation Disk.

2Choose IBM LAN Support Program from the Select Network Operating System screen.

3Follow the prompts to complete the Intel segment of the installation.

4Install the IBM Local Area Network Support Program according to the instructions in the IBM Local Area Network Support Program User’s Guide.

5Under Environment Information, respond “no” to the question “Do you have adapter option disks?”

6Choose the Intel CardBus adapter from the list provided.

7If prompted to do so, insert the Intel Network Drivers Disk when prompted and type the path

A:\NDIS

8Press Esc twice to bypass error messages.

9Continue with the installation until finished.

10Use a text editor to add the following two lines in your CONFIG.SYS file at the location indicated by the “rem” statement concerning insertion of the driver name:

DEVICE=\LSP\M32ANDIS.EXE

11Copy M32ANDIS.EXE from the directory C:\INTEL\M32A to the C:\LSP directory on your hard disk.

12Use a text editor to edit the PROTOCOL.INI keyword settings in the C:\LSP directory to match the keywords contained in the sample PROTOCOL.INI file located at C:\INTEL\M32A as required (unless you are using PRO/100 CardBus adapter default settings).

13Save the files and reboot the PC.

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