The Reflection Network Series version 1.11 includes the following
The 3000 Connection - To HP3000 hosts
The LAT Connection - To DEC VAX hosts
The TCP Connection - To tcp/ip systems
The Telnet Connection - Works with third party tcp/ip stacks
The Reflection Network Series (except Telnet Connection) use the
multiprotocol Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) to allow
simultaneous connection to hosts using different protocols. They
normally require the following files loaded into the CONFIG.SYS file:
(the above line varies according to network card)
(LAT Connection does not use WRQTCP.SYS).
The following should be included in the AUTOEXEC.BAT file:
WRQ recommends you do the following when using MS-DOS 5.0 and later
EMM386.EXE and their Reflection Network Series programs.
• PROTMAN.DOS MUST be loaded before HIMEM.SYS and EMM386.EXE in the
CONFIG.SYS file as follows:
• In most circumstances, the device drivers can be loaded into the
upper memory area (UMA), but if there are problems, Walker Richer &
Quinn recommends loading them in conventional memory.
• Do NOT load RNDISETH high.
• NETBIND is not a terminate-and-stay-resident (TSR) program. It
merely performs a function then terminates, so there is no need to
load it high.
• Make sure to exclude the range of memory used by the EtherNet card
when allocating upper memory. This is required when using the
Western Digital card in particular. The start of the range can be
found in the PROTOCOL.INI with the WRQ network directory. For
example, if the network card was using 16K at address memory
segment CC00, EMM386.EXE would be installed as follows:
• Edit the STARTNET.BAT file in the WRQ network directory to add
LOADHIGH statements to the network drivers.
The products included here are manufactured by Walker Rich & Quinn, a
vendor independent of Microsoft; we make no warranty, implied or
otherwise, regarding these products' performance or reliability.