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“Appendix F. Novell NetWare DOS ODI driver parameters” on page 77 lists the Novell parameters, describes their usage, and lists their values. “Appendix G. Notices” on page 79 lists the legal notices required for the IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter.
Novell Workstation for DOS and MS Windows v Novell NetWare installation and system administration manuals appropriate to the version of Novell NetWare you have installed IBM adapter books and other documentation are available on the IBM Networking Web site: viii...
Designed for use with either a half-size or full-size, 5-V or 3.3-V signaling, 32-bit or 64-bit PCI-bus slot. v The IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter uses less than 1 watt of power. See IBM Token-Ring Adapter Features for information regarding the following...
Device Driver Novell ODI OS/2 Novell ODI DOS Client NDIS 2.0 DOS Package contents The IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter comes with the following features: v Automatic Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI)/PCI power management feature v Wake on LAN feature These features are described in the following sections.
375 mA per slot (for auxiliary 3.3 volts). This limit is specified in the PCI Bus Power Management Interface Specification Revision 1.1. Chapter 1. Introduction to the IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter...
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Chapter 2. Installing the adapter hardware This chapter describes how to install the IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter. Installing the adapter Your adapter comes configured from the factory with RPL/PXE and expansion ROM enabled. Before you begin to install this adapter, be sure to read “Safety Information” on page 81.
The network end of the cable must be compatible with the network faceplate or other device to which the adapter will be connected. Note: No more than one data cable may be connected to the adapter at a time. Your adapter can use any of these cables. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter...
We recommend the first one listed here. All three methods will place the driver in a directory according to the structure in Table 2 on page 8. v Method A: Get the driver from a software package on the IBM Networking Web site. This will ensure that you get the latest driver.
Windows 95 OSR2 Windows 98 Windows 2000 Windows for Workgroups Novell NetWare Server and 32-bit Client Novell NetWare DOS Requester (16-bit) Novell NetWare OS/2 Requester (16-bit) OS/2 IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter ® 95 Retail Directory \(root) \win32 \win32 \(root)
Table 3. Installation instructions Environment DOS with Windows Version 3.1x NetWare Requester DOS LAN Services IBM TCP/IP for DOS (Version 2.1) Windows for Workgroups with NDIS DOS (without Windows) NetWare Requester DOS LAN Services IBM TCP/IP for DOS (Version 2.1)
NetWare Server program): Make sure that the line containing IBMTRPO.LAN has the complete path name. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter before installation of Novell patches. It is for information only, and can be ignored. for a complete list of parameters that can be specified in the LOAD IBMTRPO command in the AUTOEXEC.NCF file.
Notes: a. See “Appendix D. Novell NetWare Server driver parameters” on page 65 for a complete list of parameters that you can specify on the LOAD IBMTRPO command in the AUTOEXEC.NCF file. b. If you experience any problems after loading the Novell NLM files, contact Novell to ensure that you have the current version of these files.
Novell NetWare 4.11 Server Before you start this installation, get the latest level of patches from Novell’s support Web site at IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter check the Novell Web site to ensure that you have the current version of these files.
If Novell NetWare is not installed on your machine, use the following instructions. If it is installed, follow the instructions in “Server driver installation in existing NetWare 4.11 Server” on page 14. Server driver installation in new NetWare 4.11 Server Changes from the usual NetWare installation are necessary because this driver is written to a new specification level that requires new NetWare loadable modules (NLMs).
6. Check to see if the device driver is loaded. If it is, unload it using the following command: unload ibmtrpo 7. Type load install on the server. 8. Select Driver Options. 9. Select Configure Network Drivers. 10. Select Select Drivers. 11. Press the Insert key to install the unlisted driver. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter...
12. Insert the diskette that you created in step 1. 13. Press F3 and specify the path a:\novell\netware. 14. Follow the instructions on the panels to complete the installation of the driver. If you need to make any custom configuration changes to the driver, do so at this time.
Certain server and network configurations might require you to load a NetWare Loadable Module (NLM) before you can complete the server installation. An example is loading ROUTE.NLM for a token-ring environment that requires it. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter...
3. Add, delete, or modify drivers as needed. v To add a driver: a. In the Options box, select Modify. b. Select the driver and press Enter. c. Press Insert to select from a list of drivers provided with NetWare. d.
11. Reboot the computer and start Windows to connect to and log in to your server. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter must be loaded manually (at the console prompt). To load a driver manually, follow the screen prompts or press F1 for more information.
8. In the Protocols list box, select the protocols used by your network application. Highlight each protocol and select ADD. Note: If you are not sure which ones to use, select IBM IEEE 802.2 and IBM The protocol drivers you have selected will appear under the adapter driver name in the Current Configuration list box.
3. Modify the parameters if needed. See “Appendix B. NDIS 2 device driver parameters” on page 53 for a list and explanation of parameters. IBM TCP/IP for OS/2 and Warp Connect are examples of products that provide driver installation programs.
1. If you are installing the NetWare Requester on a workstation, select Edit CONFIG.SYS and Copy All Files... If the NetWare Requester is already installed on the workstation and only a driver update is needed, then select Only Edit CONFIG.SYS... 2.
9. Follow the instructions presented to complete the installation. Note: If source routing is required, edit the STARTNET.BAT file that is in the IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter NetAddress parameter for the NDIS device driver, remember to enclose the address in double quotes (" "). The NetAddress parameter is used to set a locally administered address for the adapter.
When prompted, enter the path to the driver directory and select OK. 7. Select OK to accept the drive and path information. 8. In the Select OEM Option dialog box, select IBM Token-Ring PCI Family Adapter. Several work-in-progress panels are displayed, indicating that the driver and its supporting files are being copied to your computer’s hard disk.
When prompted, enter the path to the root directory of the CD-ROM or diskette and select OK. 8. In the Select OEM Option dialog box, select IBM Token-Ring PCI Family Adapter and then select OK. Several work-in-progress panels are displayed, indicating that the driver and its supporting files are being copied to your computer’s hard disk.
Note: You might need to reinstall the Service Pack due to changes to your 12. Check for the following conditions to determine whether the adapter is working correctly and whether installation has been completed successfully: v The device driver files loaded successfully. v There are no error messages logged for the IBMTRP service in the Event Viewer.
2. Select Start 3. In the Control Panel window, double-click the System icon. 4. Select the Device Manager tab. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter necessary, you will have to supply this subdirectory to get additional files copied onto your computer.
5. Within the Device Manager, expand the Other Devices section by selecting the + icon that appears to the left of the words Other Devices. Select the entry for PCI Token Ring Controller and then select Properties. 6. Select the Driver tab. Depending on which version of Windows 95 you have (retail or OSR2), this dialog will look different.
4. In the Device Manager, expand the Network adapters section by selecting the + that appears to the left of the words Network adapters. Select the entry labeled IBM PCI Token-Ring Adapter,NDIS4, and then select Properties. 5. Select Driver to display the driver information. On this page, select Update Driver.
Select Next to continue. 7. On the next page, select Search for the best driver for your device and then select Next. 8. The next page of the wizard will ask where you would like to look for the device driver. v If you are installing the device driver from the product CD-ROM, insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive and make sure that the CD-ROM drive checkbox is checked.
If your adapter is already installed in a machine in which you are installing Windows 2000 for the first time, Windows 2000 may detect the adapter and install the default driver. Use the following procedure to install the updated driver that came with your adapter. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter...
A Network and Dial-up Connections window will appear containing one or more Local Area Connection icons. 2. Place the cursor over each icon until you see a description box containing IBM PCI Token-Ring Adapter. 3. Click the appropriate Local Area Connection icon with the right mouse button and select Properties.
Version 4.0” on page 24 or “Windows NT Version 3.51” on page 23. At step 11 of those instructions, make sure that you select the appropriate protocols and services to connect to the network. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter for example x:\ after you select OK.
Note: If you are connecting to a Novell server through IPX, you need to install 2. Download IntranetWare Client support Web site at 3. Unzip the downloaded file to a local directory. 4. Run I386\SETUPNW.EXE from the directory where you placed the files. 5.
Managed Driver Upgrade for Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, and Windows 2000 Managed Driver Upgrade is a package you can download from the IBM Token-Ring PCI Family Adapter Web site that assists local users and system administrators in upgrading their systems to the latest level of the driver. The package consists of the new driver, all necessary support files, and an executable program that can upgrade the driver without any user intervention.
Table 4. Managed Driver Upgrade command line options Option /boot=[y,n] /down=[y,n] /file=[y,n] /name=[XXXXXXXX.XXX] For example, to execute on Windows 98, log to a file called TRMDU.LOG, and reboot after completion, enter the following on the command line: Running Managed Driver Upgrade remotely To run the Managed Driver Upgrade from a remote location using management software, perform the following procedure.
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You need the self-extracting installation package TRSHOOT.EXE in order to install Troubleshooting Utility. You can obtain this package from the adapter CD-ROM or the Web. For Windows 9x systems, the package automatically installs an IBM LAN Adapter Management IOCTL driver as a Windows protocol.
Window / Tab Task Contact Information Provides a place to enter your name, address, telephone number, and customer report ID (if one has previously been assigned by support personnel). This information is printed on the adapter information report. See “Entering contact information”...
Counter Overflow Single Station Ring Recovery v Analysis. A summary of the operational status and suggestions for correcting problems are displayed in this section of the NIC Status tab. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter NDIS_HARDWARE_STATUS-type value NdisHardwareStatusReady NdisHardwareStatusInitializing NdisHardwareStatusReset...
Viewing the event log The event log displays all messages relating to the token-ring PCI adapters that have been generated since the last reboot of the machine. On NT systems, these messages are parsed from the Event Viewer, which is an NT Common Administrative Tool.
Use the following procedure to run 4/16 Mbps diagnostics: 1. Insert the Diagnostic diskette in drive A and reboot your computer. 2. At the DOS Boot Menu, select IBM Token-Ring PCI Extended Diagnostics for 4/16 Mbps operation. If the system will not boot with the adapter installed, but will boot without the adapter, skip to step 6 on page 43.
3. If there is more than one adapter installed in your computer, a selection menu displays each adapter by its universally administered address. Use the cursor keys or the mouse to select the adapter to test. 4. Connect the adapter to the network and press the Enter key to select Test. There are two test options: wrap test and on-ring test.
If this LED state occurs after the adapter has been opened, this state indicates that the adapter has been closed under software control. The adapter is open and operating correctly. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter Universally Administered Address Label...
Table 6 lists LED states that indicate problems. Table 6. Problems shown by adapter LED states Amber Green Explanation The adapter self-diagnostic tests failed or there is a problem with the adapter. Blinking The adapter is closed due to one of the following conditions: v The adapter open failed.
1. Insert the CD-ROM in the drive. 2. Copy x:\pcisetup\pcisetup.exe (where x is your CD-ROM drive) to the root directory of the diskette from which the system boots. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter Message Type and Action Check LANTRAN.LOG, usually found in the subdirectory \IBMCOM, for messages.
To find tips about specific hardware and software situations, go to x:\startcd.htm on the CD-ROM (where x is your CD-ROM drive. Other performance enhancements There is a white paper on this subject at the following location on the Web: IBM Support Services (U.S. only) ® IBM HelpCenter (U.S. only) HelpPC (Canada) Chapter 4.
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Appendix A. CD-ROM content and software packages The CD-ROM contains adapter drivers, supporting applications, publications, technical tips, and frequently asked questions related to the IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter. A navigational tool is provided to assist you in accessing the contents of the CD-ROM.
Web in both PDF and HTML formats. The HTML version can also be viewed directly from your Web browser. Four documents are provided on the CD-ROM — one User’s Guide for each of the three IBM Token-Ring PCI Management Adapters and a Features Guide. Each User’s Guide includes hardware and software installation instructions, troubleshooting tips, device driver parameters, and error messages.
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This parameter permits the device driver to activate token-ring full-duplex operation if supported by the network. The MaxTxFrameSize parameter may need to be adjusted separately, depending on network requirements. Valid values: The default is Yes. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter Permits full-duplex operation. Prohibits full-duplex operation.
Table 9. DOS and OS/2 NDIS device driver parameters in PROTOCOL.INI (continued) Parameter Explanation LoopBack Determines whether or not the adapter will copy a frame that it is transmitting if the destination address is recognized by the adapter. Valid values: The default is No.
Valid values: 2 to 20 The default is 20. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter Automatically determines whether to use Peer or Client mode. Communicates with a peer destination station to establish a direct path. Uses an MSS server to determine the direct path.
Table 9. DOS and OS/2 NDIS device driver parameters in PROTOCOL.INI (continued) Parameter Explanation TCPPortRangeN (OS/2 This represents a set of parameters which designates the transmit frame priority value for a only) specified TCP port range. N is 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. The format of this 9-digit hexadecimal string PortNumber where each PortNumber is a four-character hex value and PriorityValue is a one-character hex value.
Figure 3. Sample PROTOCOL.INI file for a DOS station configured for TCP/IP Figure 4. Sample PROTOCOL.INI file for an OS/2 station configured for TCP/IP IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter...
The IBM PCI Token-Ring Adapter UAA (BIA) is xx. Explanation: Information only. User Action: None. LA10003 The IBM PCI Token-Ring Adapter is using an LAA of xx. Explanation: Information only. User Action: None. LA10004 Revision level xx of the adapter is incompatible with this driver version.
An adapter timeout occurred while attempting to insert into the network. Explanation: The token-ring network is not functioning correctly. User Action: Contact your local network administrator to determine the status of your network, or try connecting again at a later time. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter...
LA10016 A ring failure condition was detected while attempting to insert into the network. Explanation: The token-ring network is not functioning correctly. User Action: Contact your local network administrator to determine the status of your network, or try connecting again at a later time. LA10017 A ring beaconing condition was detected while attempting to insert into the network.
The adapter opened for token ring, xx Mbps., full duplex. Explanation: Information only. User Action: None. LA10033 Adapter analysis code is xx. Explanation: Information only. User Action: None. LA10034 Adapter full-duplex operation has now been activated. Explanation: Information only. User Action: None. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter...
LA10042 A device driver initialization error occurred (failure code xx). Explanation: An unexpected error occurred during initialization of the device driver. User Action: Shut down the computer and switch OFF the power to the machine. Restart the computer by switching it ON again.
This message is often displayed along with one or more other messages from the device driver. User Action: Record this message number as well as any other messages from the device drivers along with any specific failure codes in the messages and contact your support personnel for assistance. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter...
This keyword defines the number of receive buffers used by the IBMTRPO LAN driver. Valid values: The default is 32. For IBM LAN Client, the default is 4. Note: Receive buffer size is defined by the server SET command. Refer to your Novell NetWare system administration documentation for more information.
Priority Transmit Threshold. This parameter permits the driver to set the threshold for priority transmits. An IBM Token-Ring PCI Family Adapter has two transmit channels. All frames with priority level 0 through this threshold will be transmitted over the low priority channel. All frames with a priority level greater than this threshold up to the maximum will be transmitted over the high priority channel.
Valid values: PortNumber PriorityValue There is no default for this parameter. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter A dotted-decimal IP network number (15 characters maximum). When not in use. PortNumber PriorityValue...
Table 10. Novell NetWare Server driver parameters (continued) Parameter Explanation UPRn= UDP Port Range. This represents a set of parameters which designate the transmit frame priority value for a specified UDP port range. n is 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. The format of this 9-digit hexadecimal string is: PortNumber where each PortNumber is a four-character hex value and PriorityValue is a one-character...
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A ring failure condition was detected while attempting to insert into the network. Explanation: The token-ring network is not functioning correctly. User Action: Contact your local network administrator to determine the status of your network, or try connecting again at a later time. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter...
IBMTRPO-xx-217: A ring beaconing condition was detected while attempting to insert into the network. Explanation: The token-ring network is not functioning correctly. User Action: Contact your local network administrator to determine the status of your network, or try connecting again at a later time. IBMTRPO-xx-218: A duplicate network address was detected while attempting to insert into the network.
You might need to contact your local administrator to ensure that the cabling in the building is intact and that the network concentrator to which you are attached is operational. If the error persists, try using a different cable. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter...
IBMTRPO-xx-305: Condition restored. The adapter is connected to the media. Explanation: Information only. User Action: None. IBMTRPO-xx-315: Rnicopen keyword was ignored. Update your microcode level with the flash utility tool. Explanation: The microcode level present on the identified hardware does not support the Quick Failover function of IBMRNIC.NLM.
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Valid values: 1 to 3 The default value is 1. FULLDUPLEX This keyword influences whether a full-duplex network connection will be requested by the adapter. Valid values: NO, YES The default value is YES. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter...
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Perigo: Antes de iniciar a instalação deste produto, leia as informações de segurança Cuidado: Informações de Segurança — Leia Primeiro, SD21-0030. Este documento descreve como efectuar, de um modo seguro, as ligações eléctricas dos equipamentos. IBM 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Management Adapter...
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Contrast with attach. control block. (1) A storage area used by a computer program to hold control information. (2) In the IBM Token-Ring Network, a specifically formatted block of information provided from the application program to the Adapter Support Interface to request an operation.
A LAN adapter installation and configuration program used in environments that do not support Plug and Play. LAN Client. IBM LAN adapter environment that minimizes the amount of DOS conventional memory (below 1 MB) used by drivers and protocol stacks.
NDIS. Network driver interface specification. NetBIOS. Network Basic Input/Output System. An operating system interface for application programs used on IBM personal computers that are attached to the IBM Token-Ring Network. See also BIOS. NLM. NetWare loadable module. network administrator. A person who manages the use and maintenance of a network.
(1) A level, point, or value above which something is true or will take place and below which it is not true or will not take place. (2) In IBM bridge programs, a value set for the maximum number of frames that are not forwarded across a bridge due to errors, before a “threshold exceeded”...
The IBM Token-Ring Network is a baseband LAN with a star-wired ring topology that passes tokens from network adapter to network adapter.