Black Box LE071A manual

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    CUSTOMER SUPPORT INFORMATION Order toll-free in the U.S.: Call 877-877-BBOX (outside U.S. call 724-7[...]

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    1 FCC ST A TEMENT FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT This equi[...]

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    2 MODULAR P ARALLEL ADAPTERS AND MODULAR MEDIA UNITS Contents Chapter Page 1. Specifications .......[...]

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    3 CHAPTER 1: Specifications Connectors — LE071A, LE073A: (1) RJ-45 male; LE171: (1) RJ-45 female, [...]

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    4 MODULAR P ARALLEL ADAPTERS AND MODULAR MEDIA UNITS 2. Introduction 2.1 A vailable Models The follo[...]

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    5 CHAPTER 2: Introduction 2.2 Features The Adapters offer the following features: • Fits any Ether[...]

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    6 MODULAR P ARALLEL ADAPTERS AND MODULAR MEDIA UNITS 3. Installation IMPOR T ANT! Make sure the comp[...]

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    7 CHAPTER 3: Installation 3.2 Connect the Network Cable Connect the network cable unit as illustrate[...]

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    8 MODULAR P ARALLEL ADAPTERS AND MODULAR MEDIA UNITS 3.2.2 LE072A AND LE074A For the Modular Paralle[...]

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    9 CHAPTER 3: Installation NOTE Both ends of the T- connector must be attached to network cabling. If[...]

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    10 MODULAR P ARALLEL ADAPTERS AND MODULAR MEDIA UNITS 3.3 Plug the Ethernet Adapter into the Compute[...]

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    11 CHAPTER 3: Installation 3.5 Install the AC Power Adapter If the SPC is not used, plug the AC powe[...]

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    12 MODULAR P ARALLEL ADAPTERS AND MODULAR MEDIA UNITS 4. Software Setup and Operation The ODI subdi[...]

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    13 • .ETHERNETPOCKET PROTOCOL.INI—Sample initialization file • .NIFSETDOS.NIF— Configur[...]

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    14 MODULAR P ARALLEL ADAPTERS AND MODULAR MEDIA UNITS 4.2.2 C ONFIGURATION (O PTIONAL ) The SETODI i[...]

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    15 4.2.3 O PERATION To start work on the NetWare workstation, run the STARTNET batch file. Then log [...]

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    16 MODULAR P ARALLEL ADAPTERS AND MODULAR MEDIA UNITS 3. When prompted, insert the Network Drivers d[...]

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    17 CHAPTER 4: Software Setup and Operation The options are as follows: • POLLING—A PC may use ei[...]

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    18 MODULAR P ARALLEL ADAPTERS AND MODULAR MEDIA UNITS 7. In the “Network Settings” window, choos[...]

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    19 CHAPTER 4: Software Setup and Operation 4.5.2 C ONFIGURATION (O PTIONAL ) SETAILAN accepts the fo[...]

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    20 MODULAR P ARALLEL ADAPTERS AND MODULAR MEDIA UNITS Hardware related switches are: UNIDIR, EPP, DI[...]

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    21 CHAPTER 5: Self-T est and Diagnostics To run the self-test and diagnostics program: 1. Copy the S[...]

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    22 MODULAR P ARALLEL ADAPTERS AND MODULAR MEDIA UNITS 5.1.1 A DVANCED RAM T EST The diagnostics port[...]

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    23 CHAPTER 6: Error Messages If problems occur during operation of your Adapter, one of the messages[...]

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    24 MODULAR P ARALLEL ADAPTERS AND MODULAR MEDIA UNITS While we trust that your Adapter will operate [...]

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