Location of Driver: \PACKET\EPROPKT.COM
Sample Configuration Files
PDIPX < for use with NetWare
The packet driver doesn't support Plug and Play (PnP) on the PRO/10.
Turn off the (PnP) feature on the PRO/10 adapter. This feature is
disabled by running SoftSet2. From the main menu, select Change Adapter
Configuration, Advanced Options Menu.
Load the packet driver using the software interrupt and any optional
switches if required.
epropkt [options] <packet_int_no> <hardware_irq> <io_addr>
EPROPKT -i 0x7e 10 0x320
-i - Force driver to report itself as 802.3 instead of Ethernet II.
-d - Delayed initialization. Used for diskless booting
-n - NetWare conversion. Converts 802.3 packets into 8137 packets
-w - Windows hack, obsoleted by winpkt
-p - Promiscuous mode disable
-u - Uninstall
This is the software interrupt used by the packet driver. It is the
only required parameter. A packet driver needs to have a software
interrupt assigned to it for other programs to access it. The
recommended interrupt is 0x7e (126). This interrupt number can be
entered as hexadecimal or decimal.
This is the IRQ setting for the EtherExpress PRO/10 adapter. If you are
using a hardware IRQ for the EtherExpress board other than 3, you will
need to add this parameter. This interrupt number can be entered as
hexadecimal or decimal.
This is the I/O address setting for the EtherExpress PRO/10 adapter.
This is an auto sensing packet driver which means it will scan I/O
addresses until it finds the adapter. Therefore, this parameter is not
necessary. If you do add this parameter, it must be in hexadecimal
format. For example, io address 320 would be represented by 0x320.
This applies to: