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Part No. 206380-A
September 1999
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Santa Clara, CA 95054
Installation and Reference for
the BayStack 22 PC Card
Adapter
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All rights reserved. September 1999.
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Notice
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy. If it is not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, it may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference, in which case users will be required to take whatever measures may be necessary to correct the
interference at their own expense.
EN 55 022 Statement
This is to certify that the Nortel Networks BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter is shielded against the generation of radio
interference in accordance with the application of Council Directive 89/336/EEC, Article 4a. Conformity is declared
by the application of EN 55 022 Class A (CISPR 22).
Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which
case, the user may be required to take appropriate measures.
EC Declaration of Conformity
This product conforms to the provisions of Council Directive 89/336/EEC and 73/23/EEC. The Declaration of
Conformity is available on the Nortel Networks World Wide Web site at http://libra2.corpwest.baynetworks.com/
cgi-bin/ndCGI.exe/DocView/.
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Voluntary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) Statement
Voluntary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) Statement
This is a Class A product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Information
Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this equipment is used in a domestic environment, radio disturbance may arise.
When such trouble occurs, the user may be required to take corrective actions.
Canadian Department of Communications Radio Interference
Regulations
This digital apparatus (BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter) does not exceed the Class A limits for radio-noise emissions
from digital apparatus as set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of
Communications.
Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique du ministère des
Communications
Cet appareil numérique (BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter) respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques visant les
appareils numériques de classe A prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique du ministère des
Communications du Canada.
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Statement
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Wichtige Sicherheitshinweise
1.
Bitte lesen Sie diese Hinweise sorgfaltig durch.
2.
Heben Sie diese Anleitung fur den spateren Gebrauch auf.
3.
Vor jedem Reinigen ist das Gerat vom Stromnetz zu trennen. Verwenden Sie keine Flussigoder Aerosolreiniger.
Am besten eignet sich ein angefeuchtetes Tuch zur Reinigung.
4.
Um eine Beschadigung des Gerates zu vermeiden sollten Sie nur Zubehorteile verwenden, die vom Hersteller
zugelassen sind.
5.
Das Gerat ist vor Feuchtigkeit zu schutzen.
6.
Bei der Aufstellung des Gerates ist auf sicheren Stand zu achten. Ein Kippen oder Fallen konnte Verletzungen
hervorrufen. Verwenden Sie nur sichere Standorte und beachten Sie die Aufstellhinweise des Herstellers.
7.
Die Beluftungsoffnungen dienen der Luftzirkulation die das Gerat vor Uberhitzung schutzt. Sorgen Sie dafur,
daB diese Offnungen nicht abgedeckt werden.
8.
Beachten Sie beim AnschluB an das Stromnetz die AnschluBwerte.
9.
Die Netzanschlusteckdose muB aus Grunden der elektrischen Sicherheit einen Schutzleiterkontakt haben.
10. Verlegen Sie die NetzanschluBleitung so, daB niemand daruber fallen kann. Es sollte auch nichts auf der Leitung
abgestellt werden.
11. Alle Hinweise und Warnungen, die sich am Geraten befinden sind zu beachten.
12. Wird das Gerat uber einen langeren Zeitraum nicht benutzt, sollten Sie es vom Stromnetztrennen. Somit wird im
Falle einer Uberspannung eine Beschadigung vermieden.
13. Durch die Luftungsoffnungen durfen niemals Gegenstande oder Flussigkeiten in das Gerat gelangen. Dies
konnte einen Brand bzw. elektrischen Schlag auslosen.
14. Offnen sie niemals das Gerat. Das Gerat darf aus Grunden der elektrischen Sicherheit nur von authorisiertem
Servicepersonal geoffnet werden.
15. Wenn folgende Situationen auftreten ist das Gerat vom Stromnetz zu trennen und von einer qualifizierten
Servicestelle zu uberprufen:
a. Netzkabel oder Netzstecker sind beschadigt.
b. Flussigkeit ist in das Gerat eingedrungen.
c. Das Gerat war Feuchtigkeit ausgesetzt.
d. Wenn das Gerat nicht der Bedienungsanleitung entsprechend funktioniert oder Sie mit Hilfedieser Anleitung
keine Verbesserung erzielen.
e. Das Gerat ist gefallen und/oder das Gehause ist beschadigt.
f. Wenn das Gerat deutliche Anzeichen eines Defektes aufweist.
16. Bei Reparaturen durfen nur Orginalersatzteile bzw. den Orginalteilen entsprechende Teile verwendet werden.
Der Einsatz von ungeeigneten Ersatzteilen kann eine weitere Beschadigung hervorrufen.
17. Wenden Sie sich mit allen Fragen die Service und Repartur betreffen an Ihren Servicepartner. Somit stellen Sie
die Betriebssicherheit des Gerates sicher.
18. Zum NetzanschluB dieses Gerates ist eine geprufte Leitung zu verwenden. Fur einen Nennstrom bis 6A und
einem Gerategewicht groBer 3kg ist eine Leitung nicht leichter als H05VV-F, 3G, 0.75mm 2 einzusetzen.
Der arbeitsplatzbezogene Schalldruckpegel nach DIN 45 635 Teil 1000 betragt 70dB(A) oder weniger.
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Contents
Preface
Before You Begin ............................................................................................................. xv
Text Conventions ............................................................................................................. xv
Technical Publications .....................................................................................................xvi
How to Get Help ..............................................................................................................xvi
Chapter 1
Introduction
BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter Overview .......................................................................1-1
Product Features ............................................................................................................1-1
Product Description ........................................................................................................1-2
BayStack 22 Network Card ......................................................................................1-2
68-Pin Connector ...............................................................................................1-2
15-Pin Connector ...............................................................................................1-3
Media Coupler ...................................................................................................1-3
System Requirements ..............................................................................................1-5
Operating Environments ..........................................................................................1-6
Cable Requirements ................................................................................................1-6
Fast Ethernet Cables (100 Mb/s) .......................................................................1-6
Ethernet Cables (10 Mb/s) .................................................................................1-6
Typical Applications ........................................................................................................1-7
Chapter 2
Hardware Installation
Package Contents ..........................................................................................................2-1
Installing the BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter ..................................................................2-2
Removing the BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter ................................................................2-3
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Chapter 3
Software Installation
Preinstallation .................................................................................................................3-2
Installing the Network Driver in a Windows 95 Environment ..........................................3-2
Configuring the Windows 95 Environment ...............................................................3-6
Installing the Network Driver in a Windows 98 Environment ........................................3-11
Configuring the Windows 98 Environment .............................................................3-18
Configuring the Interrupt Request ..........................................................................3-21
Installing the Network Driver in a Windows NT 4.0 Environment .................................3-23
Configuring the Windows NT Environment ............................................................3-27
Installing the Network Driver in a Novell NetWare 4.x Environment .............................3-32
Installing the Network Card in a Novell NetWare Server ........................................3-32
Specifying Driver Parameters ..........................................................................3-35
Installing the Network Card in a Novell NetWare Client .........................................3-36
Chapter 4
Troubleshooting
Diagnostic LEDs .............................................................................................................4-1
Hardware Issues .............................................................................................................4-2
Software Issues ..............................................................................................................4-2
Appendix A
Technical Specifications
Product Specifications ................................................................................................... A-1
Software Drivers ............................................................................................................ A-2
Appendix B
Novell NetWare Reference Information
Novell NetWare Server Files .......................................................................................... B-1
File Descriptions ..................................................................................................... B-1
Sample AUTOEXEC.NCF Files ............................................................................... B-2
AUTO.EXEC.NCF File Parameters ................................................................... B-2
Novell NetWare Client Files ........................................................................................... B-4
Client Files .............................................................................................................. B-4
NET.CFG Files and Parameters .............................................................................. B-5
Sample NET.CFG File ...................................................................................... B-5
NET.CFG File Parameters ................................................................................ B-5
Index
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Figure 1-1.
BayStack 22 Network Card Connectors ...................................................1-2
Figure 1-2.
Media Coupler ..........................................................................................1-3
Figure 1-3.
LEDs ........................................................................................................1-4
Figure 1-4.
BayStack 22 Network Card Installation ....................................................1-7
Figure 1-5.
Typical Application ...................................................................................1-8
Figure 2-1.
BayStack 22 Network Card Installation ....................................................2-2
Figure 3-1.
New Hardware Found Window—Generic ................................................3-2
Figure 3-2.
New Hardware Found Window—BayStack 22 Network Card ..................3-3
Figure 3-3.
Update Device Driver Wizard Dialog Box ................................................3-3
Figure 3-4.
Copying Files Dialog Box .........................................................................3-4
Figure 3-5.
Update Device Driver Wizard Dialog Box—BayStack 22 Network Card ..3-4
Figure 3-6.
System Settings Change Dialog Box .......................................................3-5
Figure 3-7.
Network Dialog Box—Configuration Tab ..................................................3-6
Figure 3-8.
Properties Dialog Box ..............................................................................3-7
Figure 3-9.
Resources Dialog Box .............................................................................3-8
Figure 3-10. Select Network Component Type Dialog Box ..........................................3-9
Figure 3-11. Select Network Protocol Dialog Box ........................................................3-9
Figure 3-12. TCP/IP Properties Dialog Box ...............................................................3-10
Figure 3-13. New Hardware Found Window—Generic ..............................................3-11
Figure 3-14. New Hardware Found Window—BayStack 22 Network Card ................3-12
Figure 3-15. Add New Hardware Wizard Dialog Box .................................................3-12
Figure 3-16. Add New Hardware Wizard—Driver Selection Dialog Box ....................3-13
Figure 3-17. Add New Hardware Wizard—Driver Location Dialog Box ......................3-14
Figure 3-18. Add New Hardware Wizard—Driver Search Dialog Box ........................3-15
Figure 3-19. Insert Disk Message ..............................................................................3-15
Figure 3-20. Copying Files Dialog Box .......................................................................3-16
Figure 3-21. Add New Hardware Wizard—Installation Finished Dialog Box ..............3-17
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Figure 3-22. System Settings Change Dialog Box .....................................................3-17
Figure 3-23. Network Dialog Box—Configuration Tab ................................................3-18
Figure 3-24. BayStack 22 Network Driver Dialog Box—Advanced Tab ......................3-19
Figure 3-25. Access Control Tab ................................................................................3-20
Figure 3-26. Resources Tab .......................................................................................3-21
Figure 3-27. Edit Interrupt Request Dialog Box ..........................................................3-22
Figure 3-28. Network Dialog Box—Adapters Tab .......................................................3-23
Figure 3-29. Select Network Adapter Dialog Box .......................................................3-24
Figure 3-30. Insert Disk Dialog Box ...........................................................................3-24
Figure 3-31. Select OEM Option Dialog Box ..............................................................3-25
Figure 3-32. Windows NT Configuration Dialog Box ..................................................3-26
Figure 3-33. Bindings Tab ..........................................................................................3-27
Figure 3-34. Bindings Tab—All Adapters Selection ....................................................3-28
Figure 3-35. IP Address Tab .......................................................................................3-29
Figure 3-36. DNS Tab .................................................................................................3-30
Figure 3-37. WINS Address Tab .................................................................................3-31
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Tables
Table 1-1.
LED Indications ........................................................................................1-5
Table 4-1.
LED Indications ........................................................................................4-1
Table A-1.
Technical Specifications .......................................................................... A-1
Table A-2.
Available Software Drivers ...................................................................... A-2
Table B-1.
Server Files ............................................................................................. B-1
Table B-2.
Server Connection Type Parameters ...................................................... B-4
Table B-3.
Client Files .............................................................................................. B-4
Table B-4.
Client Connection Type Parameters ........................................................ B-6
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Preface
Congratulations on your purchase of a BayStack™ 22 PC Card Adapter, which
supports 10 Mb/s and/or 100 Mb/s transmission speeds. This network card is
intended for use in laptop computers. You can use a similar product, the
BayStack 21 PCI 10/100 Adapter w/WOL, in a desktop workstation or server.
Before You Begin
This guide provides information about using the features and capabilities of the
BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter.
This guide is intended for Ethernet local area network (LAN) administrators with
the following background:
•
Working knowledge of PC terminology and operation
•
Working knowledge of 10BASE-T (Ethernet) and 100BASE-TX
(Fast Ethernet) operations
•
Nortel Networks™ network experience
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Settings > Control Panel.
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Introduction
This chapter provides an overview of the BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter,
including its hardware and software components. The BayStack 22 PC Card
Adopter complements the BayStack 70-Series 10/100 Ethernet Switches and
BayStack 60-Series 10/100 Ethernet Hubs.
Note: The BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter, also known as the BayStack 22 PC
Card Adopter in this document, may also be referred to as a PCMCIA Ethernet
Adapter.
BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter Overview
The BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter provides network connectivity to laptop
computers. You install the network card into your computer to access network
resources such as servers, printers, and the Internet or intranet. You can install the
BayStack 22 PC Card Adopter on many operating systems, such as Microsoft®
Windows® 95, Windows 98, and Windows NT® or Novell NetWare.
Product Features
The BayStack 22 PC Card Adopter provides the following features:
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Plug-and-play installation for Windows 95 and Windows 98
•
10/100 Mb/s autonegotiation with half- and full-duplex support
•
20/200 Mb/s full-duplex support
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Installation and Reference for the BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter
Product Description
The BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter is a standard-size PCMCIA card. A media
coupler provides network access to your laptop computer.
BayStack 22 Network Card
The BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter includes the following components:
•
68-pin connector
•
15-pin connector
•
Media coupler, including:
— 10 megabits per second (Mb/s) and 100 Mb/s Link LEDs
— Activity LED
— 15-slot connector
— RJ-45 port
68-Pin Connector
The standard 68-pin connector on one end of the BayStack 22 PC Card Adopter
(Figure 1-1) plugs into the Type II or Type III slot on your computer.
68-pin connector
15-pin connector
9493EA
Figure 1-1.
1-2
BayStack 22 Network Card Connectors
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15-Pin Connector
The standard 15-pin connector on the other end of the BayStack 22 PC Card
Adopter (Figure 1-1) attaches to the 15-slot connector on the media coupler.
Media Coupler
The media coupler (Figure 1-2) provides connection to the BayStack 22 PC Card
Adopter and to Ethernet network devices. Three LEDs located on the media
coupler indicate 10 Mb/s or 100 Mb/s transmission speed and connection stability.
9476FA
Figure 1-2.
Media Coupler
The 15-slot connector on the media coupler attaches to the 15-pin connector on
the BayStack 22 PC Card Adopter. The other end of the media coupler contains an
RJ-45 port. You can attach a standard Ethernet cable to the RJ-45 port to connect
the network card to a network device such as a hub or switch.
RJ-45 Ethernet Port
The RJ-45 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Ethernet port adapts to the correct network
speed of 10 Mb/s or 100 Mb/s through autonegotiation with the board components
of the network card. The port is wired as an MDI-X port to connect to other
devices without using a crossover cable.
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LEDs
The media coupler contains three LEDs (Figure 1-3).
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Figure 1-3.
LEDs
The 10 Mb/s and 100 Mb/s Link LEDs indicate successful network connections to
Ethernet and Fast Ethernet devices, respectively. The Link LEDs remain steady if
the connection is stable. You should check the RJ-45 connection if the LED is not
steady. The Activity LED indicates that network traffic is passing through the
port.
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Table 1-1 describes the Link and Activity LED indications.
Table 1-1.
LED Indications
Label
Color
Activity
Description
10M
Green
On
A 10 Mb/s connection has been established.
Off
Power is not supplied to the network card, or a 10 Mb/s
connection is not established.
On
A 100 Mb/s connection has been established.
Off
Power is not supplied to a network card, or a 100 Mb/s
connection is not established.
Green
On
Heavy network traffic is passing through the port.
Green
Blinking
Network traffic is passing through the connected port.
The rate of blinking is proportional to the amount of
network traffic.
100M
Green
ACT
System Requirements
Laptop computers using the BayStack 22 PC Card Adopter must meet the
following requirements:
•
A laptop computer that is IBM compatible and includes:
— A 386SX or faster processor
— At least one Type II PC Card socket
— Card Services and Socket Services compliant with PCMCIA Release 2.1
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Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT, including an operating
system as described in “Operating Environments.”
•
100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet or 10BASE-T Ethernet connectivity to your local
area network (LAN)
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Operating Environments
The BayStack 22 PC Card Adopter supports the following operating systems:
•
Microsoft Windows NT 3.51, 4.0
•
Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98
•
Microsoft LAN Manager 2.x
•
Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.11
•
Microsoft Windows 3.1
•
Novell NetWare 3.x, 4.x
•
Lantastic 6.0
•
IBM OS/2 Warp Version 3
Cable Requirements
You can use Category 5 (Cat 5) Ethernet cables for 10 Mb/s and 100 Mb/s
network connections to the BayStack 22 PC Card Adopter.
Use the following guidelines when using Cat 5 cables:
•
Maximum length between a workstation and a hub is 100 meters (m).
•
Maximum length between two hubs is 10 m.
•
Maximum length between two hubs that are functioning as Ethernet Class 2
repeaters is 100 m.
•
Maximum total length between two workstations is 205 m.
Fast Ethernet Cables (100 Mb/s)
You must use a Cat 5 straight-through cable with one RJ-45 connector on each end
for 100 Mb/s Ethernet connections. Do not use a crossover cable.
Ethernet Cables (10 Mb/s)
You can use Cat 3, Cat 4, or Cat 5 unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable or an
EIA/TIA-568 100-ohm shielded twisted pair (STP) cable for 10 Mb/s Ethernet
connections. You must use a straight-through cable with an RJ-45 connector on
each end. Do not use a crossover cable.
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Typical Applications
The BayStack 22 PC Card Adopter provides you with network connectivity to
your laptop computer. Attach the media coupler to the network card; then insert
the network card into your laptop computer (Figure 1-4).
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Figure 1-4.
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Use standard Ethernet cables to connect network devices, such as hubs, to the
media coupler. You can then attach other devices to the hub to share network
resources. Figure 1-5 provides an example of a laptop computer attached to a
BayStack 60-24T 10/100 Ethernet Hub. You can attach the hub to other
workstations, printers, servers, and additional laptop computers.
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Figure 1-5.
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Hardware Installation
This chapter describes how to install the components of the BayStack 22 PC Card
Adapter in a portable (laptop) computer. Instructions for connecting the installed
network card to the network are provided.
Note: You must connect all of the hardware, as described in this chapter,
before installing the driver.
Package Contents
The BayStack 22 network card package contains the following:
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BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter, including plastic protector case
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Media coupler, with cable
•
BayStack 22 PCMCIA Card Adapter Software & Documentation CD,
including technical documentation in PDF format
•
Safety card
•
Warranty/Registration card
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Installing the BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter
This section provides instructions for installing the BayStack 22 network card into
a laptop computer. Computers vary in design; therefore, instructions and
illustrations in this section may not exactly match your computer. However, the
procedures will be similar.
To install the BayStack 22 network card in a computer:
1.
Shut down the computer.
2.
Unplug the computer power cord from the power source.
3.
Depress both sides of the 15-slot connector of the media coupler.
4.
Connect the media coupler to the network card.
5.
Be sure the media coupler connector clicks securely into place.
6.
Insert the BayStack 22 network card into an empty CardBus PC Card
slot on the laptop. The BayStack 22 network card label must be facing up
(Figure 2-1).
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Figure 2-1.
7.
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Be sure the network card is firmly secured.
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8.
Connect the RJ-45 connector of a standard Ethernet cable to the RJ-45
port on the media coupler.
Be sure to follow the cable guidelines described in “Cable Requirements” on
page 1-6.
9.
Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to a network device, such as
a hub or switch.
10. Attach a power cord to your laptop. Plug the cord into a power source.
11. Turn on power to the laptop.
12. Be sure any connected devices are receiving power.
Removing the BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter
You can easily remove the BayStack 22 network card from your laptop computer,
if needed. Before you remove the network card you must stop the PCMCIA Card
Service.
Warning: Do not remove the BayStack 22 network card from your laptop
before stopping the PCMCIA Card Service. Your laptop will freeze if you
remove the network card incorrectly.
To remove the BayStack 22 network card:
1.
From the Windows taskbar, choose Start > Settings > Control Panel.
2.
Double-click PC Card (PCMCIA).
3.
Select “Nortel Networks BayStack 22 PCMCIA card.”
4.
Click Stop.
An “It is ok to remove the PCMCIA card” message is displayed.
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Firmly grasp the network card and remove it from the computer.
6.
Depress both sides of the 15-slot connector of the media coupler.
7.
Remove the media coupler from the network card.
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Software Installation
This chapter provides instructions for installing the BayStack 22 network driver
software and configuring the BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter on your network.
Drivers compatible with several operating systems are located on the BayStack 22
PCMCIA Card Adapter Software & Documentation CD. You can install specific
drivers for Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Novell NetWare 4.x, or other
systems.
This guide provides instructions for installing the drivers for Windows 95,
Windows 98, Windows NT, and Novell NetWare 4.x. You can read the
RELEASE.txt file in the BayStack 22 PCMCIA Card Adapter Software &
Documentation CD for instructions to install drivers for other operating systems.
Different versions of Windows operating systems may have different installation
screens than those shown in these instructions. Your installation screens may
appear in a different order than those in this chapter. You will be prompted for the
same information, regardless of the Windows version.
The BayStack 22 network card is automatically detected by Windows 95 and
Windows 98. Follow the instructions during this automatic installation process.
You will be prompted to insert the BayStack 22 PCMCIA Card Adapter Software
& Documentation CD into your laptop computer during the installation.
The driver must be manually installed for Windows NT.
Note: The BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter may also be referred to as a
PCMCIA Ethernet adapter or controller.
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Preinstallation
Perform the following tasks prior to installing the BayStack 22 network driver:
•
Install the BayStack 22 network card before installing the BayStack 22
network driver.
•
Remove all other network cards from the laptop computer. If you have other
network cards or adapters installed in your computer, the driver installation
process will not execute. You do not need to uninstall other network driver
software before you run the installation.
•
Be sure to have the Windows 95 or Windows 98 CD and the BayStack 22
network driver CD ready to use during the installation. You may be prompted
to install either CD. You may receive the “Insert Disk” and “Please insert the
disk labeled Windows...” messages. If you receive these messages, insert the
appropriate CD, enter the appropriate drive letter and CD name, and click OK
to continue the installation. For example, if drive D is your CD drive and you
insert the Windows 95 CD, enter d:\win95 when prompted.
Installing the Network Driver in a Windows 95 Environment
This section describes the steps required to install the driver software in a
Windows 95 environment.
To install the driver:
1.
Turn on the power to the computer, and start Windows 95.
A generic New Hardware Found window opens (Figure 3-1).
New Hardware Found
PCMCIA Ethernet PCMCIA Adapter
Select which driver you want to install for your new hardware:
Figure 3-1.
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A second New Hardware Found window opens, identifying your BayStack 22
PC Card Adapter (Figure 3-2).
New Hardware Found
Nortel BAYSTACK 22 PCMCIA Ethernet
Select which driver you want to install for your new hardware:
Figure 3-2.
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New Hardware Found Window—BayStack 22
Network Card
The Update Device Driver Wizard dialog box opens (Figure 3-3).
Figure 3-3.
2.
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Insert the BayStack 22 PCMCIA Card Adapter Software & Documentation
CD into the CD drive as prompted.
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3.
Click Next.
The Copying Files dialog box opens (Figure 3-4).
Copying Files...
OK
The file ndishlp.sys on Windows 95 CD-ROM
could not be found.
C ancel
Insert Windows 95 CD-ROM into the drive
selected below, and click OK.
Ski p Fi l e
D et ai l s. . .
Copy files from:
D:\Win95
8528DD
Figure 3-4.
4.
Copying Files Dialog Box
Insert the Windows 95 CD as indicated.
The next Update Device Driver Wizard dialog box (Figure 3-5) indicates
that the new BayStack 22 network card has been found and the driver is
automatically loaded.
Update Device Driver Wizard
Windows found the following updated driver for this
device:
Nortel Baystack 22 10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet
PCMCIA Adapter
If you want to use this driver, click Finish. If this is not the
correct driver and you want to search for a different driver
manually, click Other Locations.
Location of Driver
O ther Locations...
< Back
F inish
C ancel
8527DD
Figure 3-5.
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Network Card
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5.
Click Finish.
Another Copying Files dialog box opens.
6.
Click OK.
The System Settings Change dialog box opens (Figure 3-6).
Figure 3-6.
System Settings Change Dialog Box
7.
Remove all CDs from the CD drive.
8.
Click Yes.
Restarting your system is necessary to enable your PC to finish setting up
your new hardware.
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Configuring the Windows 95 Environment
This section provides instructions for configuring the BayStack 22 network card
on the network after you have installed the BayStack 22 network driver on your
Windows 95 laptop computer.
To configure the network properties for your laptop:
1.
From the Windows taskbar, choose Start > Settings > Control Panel.
2.
Double-click Network.
The Network dialog box opens. The configuration tab is displayed by default
(Figure 3-7).
Figure 3-7.
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3.
Select Properties.
The Properties dialog box opens. The Advanced tab is displayed by default
(Figure 3-8).
Figure 3-8.
4.
Properties Dialog Box
In the Property list, select Connection Type.
The AutoSense value is displayed by default.
5.
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•
AutoSense (Use this setting if you want the RJ-45 port on the media
coupler to use the fastest speed supported by the attached device.)
•
100BASE-TX for 100 Mb/s connections
•
100BASE-TX or 10BASE-T full-duplex mode, for 10 and 100 Mb/s
switch connections
•
10BASE-T twisted pair for 10 Mb/s connections
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6.
Click OK.
The Properties Dialog Box opens again (Figure 3-8).
7.
Click the Resources tab.
The Resources dialog box opens (Figure 3-9).
Figure 3-9.
Resources Dialog Box
8.
Enter the Configuration type, interrupt (IRQ) number, and I/O address
range, or accept the default settings.
9.
Click OK.
10. Return to the Network Dialog Box > Configuration tab (Figure 3-7).
11. Click Add.
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12. Select TCP/IP.
The Select Network Component Type dialog box (Figure 3-10) opens.
Figure 3-10.
Select Network Component Type Dialog Box
13. Select Protocol.
14. Click Add.
The Select Network Protocol dialog box opens (Figure 3-11).
Figure 3-11.
Select Network Protocol Dialog Box
15. In the Manufacturers list, select Microsoft.
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16. In the Network Protocols list, select TCP/IP.
17. Click OK.
18. Return to the Configuration tab.
19. Select Properties.
The TCP/IP Properties dialog box opens (Figure 3-12).
Figure 3-12.
TCP/IP Properties Dialog Box
20. Select the IP Address tab.
21. If the computer has a static IP address, specify the IP address, subnet
mask, and default gateway of your computer.
You can also choose the “Obtain an IP address automatically” option if the
computer does not have a static IP address. If you choose this option your
IP address will be supplied by DHCP.
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22. Use the Gateway or DNS Configuration tabs to configure other
parameters, as needed.
23. Click OK.
The Copying Files dialog box is displayed.
24. In the “Copy files from:” field, enter the location of the requested files or
CD.
25. Click OK.
The system restart dialog box opens. Restarting your system is necessary to
enable your PC to finish setting up your new hardware.
26. Remove the CD from the CD drive.
27. Click Yes.
Your system restarts.
Installing the Network Driver in a Windows 98 Environment
This section describes the steps required to install the driver software in a
Windows 98 environment.
To install the network driver:
1.
Turn on the power to the computer, and start Windows 98.
The New Hardware Found window opens, identifying a generic network card.
For instance, the window may list “PCMCIA Ethernet Adapter, or PCMCIA
Ethernet Controller” (Figure 3-13).
New Hardware Found
PCMCIA Ethernet PCMCIA Adapter
Select which driver you want to install for your new hardware:
Figure 3-13.
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A second New Hardware Found window opens, identifying your BayStack 22
PC Card Adapter (Figure 3-14).
New Hardware Found
Nortel BAYSTACK 22 PCMCIA Ethernet
Select which driver you want to install for your new hardware:
Figure 3-14.
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Network Card
The Add New Hardware Wizard dialog box opens (Figure 3-15).
Figure 3-15.
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2.
Click Next.
The Add New Hardware Wizard—Driver Selection dialog box opens
(Figure 3-16).
Figure 3-16.
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3.
Click Next.
The Add New Hardware Wizard—Driver Location dialog box opens
(Figure 3-17).
Figure 3-17.
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Add New Hardware Wizard—Driver Location Dialog Box
4.
Insert the BayStack 22 PCMCIA Card Adapter Software & Documentation
CD into your CD drive.
5.
Select CD-ROM drive.
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6.
Click Next.
The Add New Hardware Wizard—Driver Search dialog box opens
(Figure 3-18).
Figure 3-18.
7.
Add New Hardware Wizard—Driver Search Dialog Box
Click Next.
The Insert Disk message is displayed (Figure 3-19).
Figure 3-19.
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8.
Click OK.
The Copying Files dialog box opens (Figure 3-20).
Figure 3-20.
9.
Copying Files Dialog Box
Insert your Windows 98 CD into the CD drive of your laptop.
10. Specify the letter of your CD drive and your Windows 98 CD.
For instance, if drive F is your CD drive, enter F:\WIN98.
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11. Click OK.
The Add New Hardware Wizard—Installation Finished dialog box opens
(Figure 3-21).
Figure 3-21.
Add New Hardware Wizard—Installation Finished Dialog
Box
12. Click Finish.
The System Settings Change dialog box opens (Figure 3-22).
Figure 3-22.
System Settings Change Dialog Box
Restarting your system is necessary to enable your PC to finish setting up
your new hardware.
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13. Remove the CD from the CD drive.
14. Click Yes.
Your system restarts.
Configuring the Windows 98 Environment
You must configure your laptop computer on the network after installing the
BayStack 22 network driver on your Windows 98 laptop computer.
To configure the network properties for your laptop:
1.
From the Windows taskbar, choose Start > Settings > Control Panel.
2.
Double-click Network.
The Network dialog box opens. The TCP/IP network protocol for the
BayStack 22 network driver is already installed.
The configuration tab (Figure 3-23) is displayed by default.
Figure 3-23.
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3.
Select Nortel BayStack 22 10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet Adapter.
4.
Click Properties.
The BayStack 22 network driver dialog box opens (Figure 3-24).
Figure 3-24.
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5.
Select the Advanced tab.
6.
In the Property list, select Connection Type.
7.
In the Value list, select one of the following:
•
AutoSense—Select the default AutoSense setting if you want the port to
use the fastest speed supported by the attached device.
•
10BaseT (Twisted Pair)—Use this setting for 10 Mb/s Ethernet hubs.
•
100BaseTx—Use this setting for 100 Mb/s Ethernet hubs.
•
100BaseTx or 10BaseT full duplex—Use these settings for 100 Mb/s and
10 Mb/s Ethernet switches.
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8.
Click OK.
9.
Return to the Network dialog box (Figure 3-23).
10. Select the Access Control tab (Figure 3-25).
Figure 3-25.
Access Control Tab
11. Select Share-level access control.
12. Click OK.
The system restart dialog box opens.
13. Remove all CDs from the CD drive.
14. Click Yes.
Your system restarts.
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Configuring the Interrupt Request
You can configure the Interrupt Request (IRQ) parameters. Nortel Networks
recommends configuring the IRQ only if you are an expert at network or
PC configuration.
To configure the IRQ:
1.
From the Windows taskbar, choose Start > Settings > Control Panel.
2.
Double-click System.
3.
Select the Resources tab (Figure 3-26).
Figure 3-26.
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4.
Clear the “Use automatic settings” box.
5.
In the Resource type list, select Interrupt Request.
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6.
Click Change Setting.
The Edit Interrupt Request dialog box opens (Figure 3-27).
Figure 3-27.
Edit Interrupt Request Dialog Box
7.
Use the arrows next to the Value field to select an IRQ value.
8.
Click OK.
The Resources tab is displayed again. The new IRQ setting is displayed also.
9.
Click OK.
The “Create a Forced Configuration” message is displayed.
10. Click Yes.
11. Insert the Windows 98 CD into the CD drive of your laptop.
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Installing the Network Driver in a Windows NT 4.0
Environment
This section describes the steps required to install the network driver software in a
Windows NT 4.0 environment.
To install the network driver in a laptop computer:
1.
Be sure that the standard network services are installed on the
Windows NT 4.0 laptop.
2.
From the Windows taskbar, choose Start > Settings > Control Panel.
3.
Double-click Network.
The Network dialog box opens. The Identification tab is displayed by default.
4.
Select the Adapters tab (Figure 3-28).
Figure 3-28.
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5.
Click Add.
The Select Network Adapter dialog box opens (Figure 3-29).
Figure 3-29.
Select Network Adapter Dialog Box
6.
Click Have Disk.
7.
Place the BayStack 22 PCMCIA Card Adapter Software & Documentation
CD into the CD drive of your computer.
The Insert Disk dialog box opens (Figure 3-30).
Figure 3-30.
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Insert Disk Dialog Box
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8.
Specify the letter of the drive into which you installed the CD.
Typically the CD drive is letter D.
9.
Click OK.
The Select OEM Option dialog box (Figure 3-31) opens.
Figure 3-31.
Select OEM Option Dialog Box
10. Select the BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter.
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11. Click OK.
The Windows NT Configuration dialog box opens (Figure 3-32).
Figure 3-32.
Windows NT Configuration Dialog Box
Set the following configuration parameters, or accept the default settings:
•
IRQ level—Interrupt request level. IRQ Level 3 is the default.
•
I/O Port Address—Input/Output memory address for the laptop computer.
The BayStack 22 network driver installation for Windows NT does not
automatically specifyn this address. You must configure it manually.
•
Connection Type—Select one of the following settings:
— AutoSense—Select the default AutoSense setting if you want the port
to use the fastest speed supported by the attached device.
— 100 or 10 half-duplex mode—Use these settings for 100 Mb/s and
10 Mb/s Ethernet hubs.
— 100 or 10 half- or full-duplex mode—Use these settings for 100 Mb/s
and 10 Mb/s Ethernet switches.
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Configuring the Windows NT Environment
This section provides instructions for configuring the BayStack 22 network card
on the network after you have installed the BayStack 22 network driver on a
Windows NT laptop computer.
To configure the network properties for your Windows NT laptop:
1.
From the Windows taskbar, choose Start > Settings > Control Panel.
2.
Double-click Network.
The Identification tab is displayed by default.
3.
Select the Bindings tab (Figure 3-33).
Figure 3-33.
Bindings Tab
The all services selection is the default.
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4.
Select all adapters (Figure 3-34).
Figure 3-34.
Bindings Tab—All Adapters Selection
All of the adapters installed in your computer display.
5.
Verify that the BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter is displayed and selected.
6.
Click OK.
The Network dialog box is displayed again.
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7.
Select the IP address tab (Figure 3-35).
Figure 3-35.
8.
IP Address Tab
If the computer has a static IP address, specify the IP address, subnet
mask, and default gateway of your computer.
You can also choose the “Obtain an IP address from a DHCP server” option if
the computer does not have a static IP address.
9.
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10. Select the DNS tab (Figure 3-36) to configure point-to-point parameters if
you are using an Internet service provider (ISP).
Figure 3-36.
DNS Tab
11. Enter the host name and domain of your computer.
12. Enter the DNS service and domain suffix search order information for
your ISP.
13. Click OK.
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14. Select the WINS Address tab (Figure 3-37).
Figure 3-37.
WINS Address Tab
15. Enter the IP address of your primary and secondary WINS servers.
16. Click OK.
17. Restart your system if prompted.
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Installing the Network Driver in a Novell NetWare 4.x
Environment
This section describes the steps required to install the BayStack 22 network driver
software in a Novell NetWare version 4.x environment. You must install and
configure the software on your Novell server and client. Your laptop computer is
considered the client.
If you are installing the BayStack 22 network driver software in a Novell NetWare
version 3.12 environment, refer to the Readme.txt file on the BayStack 22
PCMCIA Card Adapter Software & Documentation CD.
Installing the Network Card in a Novell NetWare Server
This section describes the steps required to install the BayStack 22 network driver
software in your Novell NetWare 4.x server.
Your laptop computer must have the following installed prior to installing the
BayStack 22 network driver software:
•
BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter
•
MS-DOS operating system
•
Novell NetWare 4.x server software
To install the BayStack 22 network driver in your Novell NetWare 4.x server:
1.
Insert the BayStack 22 PCMCIA Card Adapter Software & Documentation
CD into the CD drive of your server.
2.
Verify that the following files are located in the Novell NetWare server
directory.
3.
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\NETWARE\SERVER\4.X\MSM.NLM
•
\NETWARE\SERVER\ETHERTSM.NLM
If the files listed in step 2 are not located in the server directory, copy
these files from the BayStack 22 PCMCIA Card Adapter Software &
Documentation CD.
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Copy the following file from the BayStack 22 PCMCIA Card Adapter
Software & Documentation CD to the root directory.
•
\ENABLER\B22ENA10.EXE
You can also run the BS22ENA10.EXE program from the BayStack 22
PCMCIA Card Adapter Software & Documentation CD instead of copying
the program to your root directory.
5.
Access a DOS prompt screen.
From the DOS prompt you must run the BS22ENA10.EXE program before
installing the BayStack 22 network driver.
6.
Enter the following syntax:
B22ENA10 [/IRQ:x][/IOP:xxx]
where:
•
IRQ is the interrupt number used specifically for the BayStack 22
network card. This number must not be used by any other device in the
system. The default IRQ value is 3.
•
IOP is the starting Input/Output (I/O) port address, in hexadecimal
format. The BayStack 22 network card requires 32 consecutive free
I/O port addresses. The default IOP value is 0x300.
For example, the following command enables a BayStack 22 network card
having an IRQ value of 5 and an IOP value of 300:
B22ENA10 /IRQ:5 /IOP:300
7.
Change to the Novell NetWare server directory.
For instance, type the command:
CD\NWSERVER
8.
Type:
SERVER
9.
Press Enter.
10. At the server prompt, enter:
LOAD INSTALL
The NetWare Server Installation Utility loads.
11. From the Installation Options menu, select Driver options.
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12. Press Enter.
13. From the Driver Options menu, select Configure network drivers.
14. Press Enter.
15. From the Additional Driver Actions menu, select Select a driver.
16. Press Enter.
17. Press Insert (<INS>) to install an unlisted driver.
By default, your a: drive is scanned.
18. Press <F3> to specify another path or drive.
19. Specify the directory on the BayStack 22 PCMCIA Card Adapter Software
& Documentation CD where the Novell NetWare drivers are located.
For example, type D:\NETWARE\SERVER.
20. Insert the BayStack 22 PCMCIA Card Adapter Software & Documentation
CD in the CD drive of your server.
21. Press Enter.
The following file is automatically copied from the BayStack 22 PCMCIA
Card Adapter Software & Documentation CD to your server:
•
\NETWARE\SERVER\B22LAN10.LAN
22. From the Select a driver to install: menu, select Nortel 22 10/100
PCMCIA Fast Ethernet Adapter.
23. Press Enter.
The “Do you want to copy driver B22LAN10.LAN (Y)(N)” message is
displayed.
24. Select Yes.
25. Proceed to the next section, “Specifying Driver Parameters” on
page 3-35, if you want to specify driver parameters or complete the
following 3 steps.
26. Type:
down
The server closes.
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27. Type:
exit
Your system returns to the DOS prompt.
28. In the DOS prompt, type:
server
The BayStack 22 network card and the server on the Novell NetWare network
open and are functioning.
Note: Each time you reboot your server, you must run the B22ENA10.EXE
program to enable the BayStack 22 network card.
Specifying Driver Parameters
The BayStack 22 network driver installs with default parameters. You can set
specific driver parameters for the driver if you do not want to use the default
settings.
To set specific driver parameters:
1.
From the Board BayStack 22 (Driver B22LAN10) Actions menu, select
“Select/Modify driver parameters and protocols.”
2.
Press Enter.
The default protocol is IPX. You can also select TCP/IP or AppleTalk.
3.
Select a protocol from the available options.
4.
Specify the slot number (slot#).
5.
Select “Save parameter and load select driver.”
If you select the IPX protocol, the network number (network #) is randomly
generated.
6.
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•
802.3
•
802.2
•
SNAP
•
Ethernet II
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7.
Type:
down
The server closes.
8.
Type:
exit
Your system returns to the DOS prompt.
9.
In the DOS prompt, type:
server
The BayStack 22 network card and the server on the Novell NetWare network
open and are functioning.
Note: Each time you reboot your server, you must run the B22ENA10.EXE
program to enable the BayStack 22 network card.
Installing the Network Card in a Novell NetWare Client
This section describes the steps required to install the BayStack 22 network driver
software on your Novell NetWare 4.x laptop computer, or client. You must have
already installed a BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter in your laptop.
To install the BayStack 22 network driver on your Novell NetWare 4.x client:
1.
Verify that your BayStack 22 network card is properly installed in your
Novell NetWare 4.x laptop.
2.
Insert the BayStack 22 PCMCIA Card Adapter Software & Documentation
CD into your laptop.
3.
Access a DOS prompt screen.
From the DOS prompt you must run the BS22ENA10.EXE program before
installing the BayStack 22 network driver.
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4.
Enter the following syntax:
B22ENA10 [/IRQ:x][/IOP:xxx]
where:
•
IRQ is the interrupt number used specifically for the BayStack 22
network card. This number must not be used by any other device in
the system. The default IRQ value is 3.
•
IOP is the starting input/output (I/O) port address, in hexidecimal
format. The BayStack 22 network card requires 32 consecutive free
I/O port addresses. The default IOP value is 0x300.
For example, the following command enables a BayStack 22 network card
having an IRQ value of 5 and an IOP value of 300:
B22ENA10 /IRQ:5 /IOP:300
Note: If you installed the EMM386.EXE program in CONFIG. SYS, you must
exclude the memory address range D000 to DFFF or D400 to D7FF in the
EMM386.EXE program. The B22ENA10.EXE program uses this memory
address range to read configuration information from the BayStack 22 network
card.
For example, the following commands exclude the required memory address
range:
DEVICE=EMM386.EXE NOEMS X=D400-D7FF
DEVICE=EMM386.EXE NOEMS X=D000-DFFF
5.
Access the Novell NetWare client directory on your client laptop.
6.
From the \NETWARE\DOSODI directory on the BayStack 22 PCMCIA
Card Adapter Software & Documentation CD, copy the following files:
LSL.COM
B22ODI10.COM
IPXODI.COM
NETX.EXE
NET.CFG
The STARNET.BAT file in the \NETWARE\DOSODI directory executes the
first four files automatically, in the correct sequence. Refer to “Client Files”
on page B-4 for descriptions of these files.
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7.
Press Enter.
You can now log in to your network.
8.
Edit the NET.CFG file to specify driver parameters, as needed.
You can specify the PORT, IRQ, NWAY, and S10/S10FD/S100/S100FD
parameters.
Refer to Appendix B, “Novell NetWare Reference Information,” for sample
NET.CFG files.
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Troubleshooting
This chapter provides several methods for troubleshooting problems related to the
BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter.
Diagnostic LEDs
Three LEDs on the media coupler of the BayStack 22 network card provide
diagnostic information. The 10 and 100 Mb/s Link LEDs indicate successful
network connections to Ethernet and Fast Ethernet devices, respectively. The Link
LEDs remain steady if the connection is stable. You should check the RJ-45
connection if the LED is not steady. The Activity LED indicates active network
traffic.
Table 4-1 describes the Link and Activity LED indications.
Table 4-1.
LED Indications
Label
Color
Activity
Description
10M
Green
On
A 10 Mb/s connection has been established.
Off
Power is not supplied to the network card, or a 10 Mb/s
connection is not established.
On
A 100 Mb/s connection has been established.
Off
Power is not supplied to a network card, or a 100 Mb/s
connection is not established.
Green
On
Heavy network traffic is passing through the port.
Green
Blinking
Network traffic is passing through the connected port.
The rate of blinking is proportional to the amount of
network traffic.
100M
ACT
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Hardware Issues
Perform the following tasks to check for hardware problems:
•
Verify that you are using the correct cables and the correct cable lengths, as
described in “Cable Requirements” on page 1-6.
•
Make sure the media coupler is firmly connected to the network card and to a
network device.
•
Use a different port on the network device.
•
Verify that the BayStack 22 network card is fully and firmly seated in the slot
connector in the computer. Check the connector edges of the card for damage.
•
Replace the network card in question with a network card that you are sure
functions properly. Run generic network interface card diagnostic tests.
•
Install the network card in question into another computer and run the tests
again.
•
Remove all other network cards from the computer and run the tests again.
If the verification/diagnostic run is not normal, there is probably an interrupt
number conflict. You must manually resolve the conflict by running a CMOS
Setup utility after you have reinstalled the expansion cards.
Software Issues
Perform the following tasks to check for software problems:
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•
Verify that the proper driver is loaded, as explained in Chapter 3, “Software
Installation.” Be sure you followed the directions for the operating system you
are running on the computer.
•
Check that the new configurations match the configurations of the network
device if you have manually configured the speed or mode of the network
card. Nortel Networks recommends setting the network card to
autonegotiation when installing the network driver.
•
Verify that the PCMCIA slot in the computer is an enabled bus-master slot.
Some computers may require that you configure the PCMCIA slot to enable
bus mastering. Refer to your computer manual for information about the
PCMCIA BIOS setup program.
•
Verify that your BIOS software correctly supports the PCMCIA Local Bus
Specification, version 2.0 or later. Upgrade your BIOS software if needed.
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•
Determine whether or not the network card slot is deactivated at the BIOS
level. Use the CMOS Setup utility in your computer to provide the option to
activate or deactivate slots.
•
Disable the Plug and Play option (PnP) in the BIOS setup program if it is
recommended by your PC manual. Some computers may require you to
perform this task. Incorrectly assigned resources between network cards may
cause problems.
Note: Always consult your computer manual for information about changing
motherboard jumper and BIOS settings. If you modify the BIOS settings,
make sure the jumper and BIOS settings match.
•
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You may need to reserve interrupts and memory addresses for installed
Industry Standard Architecture (ISA) cards to prevent PCMCIA cards from
using the same settings. Refer to your PC manual for instructions.
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Appendix A
Technical Specifications
Tables in this appendix provide technical product specifications and list the
available software drivers for the BayStack 22 PC Card Adapter.
Product Specifications
Table A-1 lists technical specifications for the BayStack 22 network card.
Table A-1.
Technical Specifications
Standards Compatibility
IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T
IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX
PC Card 95 CardBus Standard
EMC Compliance
CE Mark:
EN50081-1
EN55022
IEC1000-4-2/3/4/6
Emissions:
FCC Class B
VCCI Class B
EN55022 (CISPR 22) Class B
Physical Dimensions
Network Card:
86 x 54 x 5.0 mm (3.37 x 2.13 x 0.2 in)
Media Coupler:
222 mm (8.75 in) (including connectors)
Weight
30g (1.94 oz)
Environment
Operating:
0° to 55° C (32° to° 131° F)
Humidity:
10% to 9%, noncondensing
Power Consumption
+5 V DC at 145mA (Standby)
+5 V DC at 300mA (Transmit)
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Table A-1.
Technical Specifications
Network Interface
10BASE-T:
RJ-45 (UTP Cable, Categories 3, 4, 5)
100BASE-TX:
RJ-45 (UTP Cable, Category 5)
Data Interface
32-bit bus-mastering PCI
I/O Address
Detected by BIOS or Card Service
System Clock
20 to 33 MHz
Interrupt
INT A, mapping to BIOS IRQ setup
LED Indicators
10 Mb/s, 100 Mb/s, Activity
Software Drivers
Table A-2 lists the available software drivers for the BayStack 22 network card.
Refer to Chapter 3, “Software Installation,” for installation instructions for the
Windows-based drivers. Refer to the README files associated with other drivers
for installation instructions.
Table A-2.
Available Software Drivers
Driver
Compatible Operating Systems
Network Device Interface
Specifications (NDIS)
Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98
Microsoft Windows NT 3.51, 4.0
Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.11
Microsoft LAN Manager 2.x
Banyan VINES
DEC Pathworks
IBM TCP/IP for DOS
LAN Support program
SUN PC-NFS
NetWare Open Data-Link
Interface (ODI)
Novell NetWare 3.x, 4.x
NetWare LAN Workplace TCP/IP
Novell LAN Analyzer for NetWare
Novell Personal NetWare
Packet
IFTP PC/TCP
NCSA TCP/IP
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Appendix B
Novell NetWare Reference Information
This appendix provides reference files for your Novell NetWare 4.x operating
system. Server and client information is provided in the following sections.
If you are installing the BayStack 22 PCMCIA Network Driver software in a
Novell NetWare version 3.12 environment, refer to the Readme.txt file on the
BayStack 22 PCMCIA Card Adapter Software & Documentation CD.
Novell NetWare Server Files
This section provides information about the Novell NetWare 4.x files in general,
and specifically about the AUTOEXEC.NCF file parameters.
File Descriptions
Table B-1 provides descriptions of the Novell NetWare server files.
Table B-1.
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File Name
Description
README.TXT
A summary of the BayStack 22 network driver installation for the
Novell NetWare server.
B22ENA10.EXE
Enabling DOS program for the BayStack 22 network driver.
B22LAN10.LAN
BayStack 22 32-bit ODI server driver.
B22LAN10.LDI
BayStack 22 network driver installation information.
ETHERTSM.NLM
NeWare Server 3.1X, 4.1X LAN driver Topology Specific Module
(TSM) for Ethernet.
3.1X\NBI31X.NLM
NetWare Server 3.1X Bus Interface module.
3.1X\MSM31X.NLM
NetWare Server 3.1X LAN driver Media Support Module (MSM).
4.X\MSM.NLM
NetWare Server 4.x LAN driver Media Support Module (MSM).
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Sample AUTOEXEC.NCF Files
Sample files and file parameters are provided in this section.
The following files are typically part of the AUTOEXEC.NCF file:
LOAD C:NBI
LOAD C:MSM
LOAD C:ETHERTSM
LOAD C:B22LAN10 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2 NAME=E_8022
LOAD C:B22LAN10 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.3 NAME=E_8023
LOAD C:B22LAN10 FRAME=ETHERNET_II NAME=E_II
LOAD C:B22LAN10 FRAME=ETHERNET_SNAP NAME=E_SNAP
BIND IPX E_8022 NET=10
BIND IPX E_8023 NET=20
BIND IPX E_IINET=30
BIND IPX E_SNAP NET=40
AUTO.EXEC.NCF File Parameters
This section describes the AUTOEXEC.NCF file parameters FRAME, INT,
PORT, and S10/S10FD/S100/S100FD.
FRAME Parameter
The FRAME parameter specifies which type of frame is used by the BayStack 22
network driver.
Accepted values include:
•
Ethernet_802.3
•
Ethernet_802.2
•
Ethernet_II
•
Ethernet_SNAP
Multiple frame types can be enabled by loading the same driver with different
FRAME type parameters.
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The following are examples of typical FRAME parameters:
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
B22LAN10 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2
B22LAN10 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.3
B22LAN10 FRAME=ETHERNET_II
B22LAN10 FRAME=ETHERNET_SNAP
INT Parameter
The INT parameter refers to the interrupt (IRQ) value used by the BayStack 22
network card. The INT value must match the IRQ value you specify when
enabling the B22ENA10 program. You must use a DOS prompt to enable this
program before you access your Novell NetWare 4.x server. Refer to “Installing
the Network Card in a Novell NetWare Server” on page 3-32 for instructions.
The following is an example of a typical INT parameter:
LOAD B22LAN10 INT=3 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2
PORT Parameter
The PORT parameter reflects the input/output (I/O) port address of the server.
The PORT value must match the IOP value you specify when enabling the
B22ENA10 program. You must use a DOS prompt to enable this program before
you access your Novell NetWare 4.x server. Refer to “Installing the Network Card
in a Novell NetWare Server” on page 3-32 for instructions.
The following is an example of a typical PORT parameter:
LOAD B22LAN10 INT=3 PORT=300 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2
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S10, S10FD, S100, S100FD Parameters
The S10, S10FD, S100, S100FD parameters specify the connection type of the
BayStack 22 network card. The connection type includes transmission speed
(10 or 100 Mb/s) and full- or half-duplex operation. These parameters are
mutually exclusive; you can select only one parameter at a time from the
command line. If you do not select any of these parameters, the default connection
type is autonegotiation. Table B-2 describes each parameter.
Table B-2.
Server Connection Type Parameters
Parameter
Connection Type
S10
10 Mb/s, half-duplex
S10FD
10 Mb/s, full-duplex
S100
100 Mb/s, half-duplex
S100FD
100 Mb/s, full-duplex
The following is an example of a connection type parameter set to 10 Mb/s
transmission speed and full-duplex mode:
LOAD B22LAN10 INT=3 PORT=300 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2 S10FD
Novell NetWare Client Files
This section provides information about client and NET.CFG files.
Client Files
Table B-3 briefly describes the files you use when installing the BayStack 22
network driver into your Novell NetWare client.
B-4
Table B-3.
Client Files
Command
Description
LSL.COM
Supports the OSI link support layer
B22ODI10.COM
Client BayStack 22 network driver file
IPXODI.COM
Default protocol stack
NETX.EXE
Server connection
NET.CFG
Optional configuration file
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NET.CFG Files and Parameters
This section contains a sample NET.CFG file and describes the parameters of this
file.
Sample NET.CFG File
You can specify the DOC ODI driver in the NET.CFG file. The following is a
sample NET.CFG file:
Protocol
Bind B22ODI10
LINK DRIVER B22ODI10
Port 300
IRQ 5
; NWAY
; S10
; S10FD
; S100
; S100FD
NetWare DOS Requester
FIRST NETWORK DRIVE = F
NETWARE PROTOCOL = NDS BIND
NET.CFG File Parameters
This section describes the NET.CFG file parameters PORT, IRQ, NWAY, and
S10/S10FD/S100/S100FD.
PORT Parameter
The PORT parameter specifies the input/output (I/O) address in hexadecimal
format. This value must match the value reported by the B22ENA10.EXE
program. The default value is 300.
IRQ Parameter
This parameter specifies the interrupt (IRQ) value for the BayStack 22 network
card. This value must match the value reported by the B22ENA10.EXE program.
The default value is 5.
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NWAY Parameter
The NWAY parameter specifies the connection type as auto-negotiation, which is
also the default connection type.
S10/S10FD/S100/S100FD Parameters
The S10, S10FD, S100, and S100FD parameters specify the connection type of
the BayStack 22 network card. The connection type includes transmission speed
(10 or 100 Mb/s) and full- or half-duplex operation. These parameters are
mutually exclusive; you can select only one parameter at a time from the
command line. If you do not select any of these parameters, the default connection
type is autonegotiation (NWAY). Table B-4 describes each parameter.
Table B-4.
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Client Connection Type Parameters
Parameter
Connection Type
S10
10 Mb/s, half-duplex
S10FD
10 Mb/s, full-duplex
S100
100 Mb/s, half-duplex
S100FD
100 Mb/s, full-duplex
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Numbers
network driver
automatic, 3-1
in a Novell NetWare 4.x environment, 3-32
in a Windows 95 environment, 3-2
in a Windows 98 environment, 3-11
in a Windows NT environment, 3-23
preinstallation tasks, 3-2
10 Mb/s Ethernet cables, 1-6
100 Mb/s Ethernet cables, 1-6
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX ports, 1-3
A
autonegotiation, 1-3
interrupt request, configuring, 3-21
C
cables
10 Mb/s Ethernet, 1-6
100 Mb/s Ethernet, 1-6
requirements, 1-6
connectors
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX, 1-3
15-pin, 1-3
68-pin, 1-2
media coupler, 1-3
RJ-45 port, 1-3
conventions, text, xv
customer support, xvi
E
Ethernet cables, 1-6
F
Fast Ethernet cables, 1-6
I
installation
network card
into a laptop, 2-2
typical, 1-8
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LEDs, 1-4
M
media coupler
connecting to Ethernet cable, 2-3
connecting to network card, 2-2
description, 1-3
N
network card
attaching to media coupler, 2-2
configuring
in a Windows 95 environment, 3-6
in a Windows 98 environment, 3-18
in a Windows NT environment, 3-27
inserting into laptop, 2-2
installing, 2-2
removing, 2-3
network drivers
installing in a Novell NetWare 4.x environment,
3-32
installing in other systems, A-2
installing in Windows environments, 3-1
Index-1
Novell NetWare
client file descriptions, B-4
NET.CFG file, B-5
NET.CFG parameters, B-5
server file examples, B-1
specifying driver parameters, 3-35
R
O
support, Nortel Networks, xvi
operating environments, 1-6
system requirements, 1-5
P
T
package contents, 2-1
technical publications, xvi
ports
autonegotiation, 1-3
Ethernet 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX, 1-3
RJ-45, 1-3
technical specifications, A-1
product
components, 1-2
support, xvi
requirements
cable, 1-6
system, 1-5
S
technical support, xvi
text conventions, xv
troubleshooting
diagnostic LEDs, 4-1
hardware, 4-2
software, 4-2
typical application, 1-8
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