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NetWare 4.1 Interoperability Test Configurations and Troubleshooting

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LAMONT LEAVITT
Software Engineer
Corporate Interoperability Testing

JENNIFER WAHLQUIST
Software Engineer
Corporate Interoperability Testing

BRYAN BARNEY
Software Engineer Manager
Corporate Interoperability Testing

01 Jan 1995


This AppNote contains technical tips and configuration specifics based on Novell's in-house interoperability testing on NetWare 4.1 and other Novell products. This information is intended to provide systems integrators, Certified Novell Engineers (CNEs), and network administrators with reference information on the specifics of the products tested, the configurations in which they were tested, and how to resolve interoperability problems. A companion AppNote in this issue entitled "NetWare 4.1 CIT Interoperability Test Overview" addresses the test environment and test approach used by Novell's Corporate Interoperability Testing (CIT) group.

Introduction

This AppNote is a companion to the AppNote in this issue entitled "NetWare 4.1 CIT Interoperability Test Overview." Both AppNotes address the testing of NetWare 4.1 and other Novell products in a simulated customer network environment. While the other AppNote addresses the test environment and test approach used by Novell's Corporate Interoperability Testing (CIT) group, this AppNote gives detail on the configuration and testing of NetWare 4.1.

This AppNote is organized into two main sections: interoperability tech tips and configuration specifics. It is meant to provide the systems integrator, Certified Novell Engineer (CNE), or system administrator with reference information on the specifics of the products tested, the configurations in which they were tested, and how to resolve interoperability problems. For information on the network architecture and test approach, refer to "NetWare 4.1 CIT Interoperability Test Overview."

Note: The testing and results of CIT do not constitute an endorsement or recommendation of certain platforms and configurations. They are provided as an example of product mixes and technical tips to help the systems integrator build a product environment with NetWare 4.1 that meets a particular customer's needs.

Interoperability Tech Tips

This section contains technical tips for mixed product environments. The information in this section is summarized from the README.41 file that is included with the NetWare 4.10 software. The NetWare 4.10 readme files are located on the distribution CD in the NW410\INSTALL\language\README directory.

General Interoperability

Installing Add-On Products from Diskette. NetWare for LAT 1.0, NetWare Connect 1.0, NetWare for SAA 1.3b and HostPrint 1.1 cannot be installed from diskette. The diskettes must be copied to the server on which the product is being installed, or to a remote server so the product may be installed through the network. Future releases of these add-on products will accommodate installation from diskette.

NetWare for SAA and HostPrint. HostPrint 1.1 cannot be configured if it has been installed on top of NetWare for SAA 1.3b.

The workaround is to install the most current HostPrint 1.1 maintenance patches, which are available and can be downloaded from Netwire. The next release of HostPrint (version 1.1, due in early 1995) will address this problem.

TCP/IP and AppleTalk with CSL.NLM. The TCP/IP and AppleTalk NLMs in NetWare 4.10 are incompatible with the Call Support Layer module (CSL.NLM) shipped with NetWare for SAA 1.3b, NetWare Connect 1.0, and NetWare for LAT 1.0. Customers running any of these products on NetWare 4.10 will find that TCP/IP and AppleTalk will not load. A "missing public symbols" error message will appear.

To work around this problem, do one of the following:

  1. Rename CSL.NLM. This will allow either or both TCP/IP and AppleTalk protocols to load by using a module called CSLSTUB.NLM (instead of CSL.NLM) that ships with NetWare 4.10. However, without CSL.NLM, support for the X.25 protocol will no longer function with NetWare for SAA 1.3b, NetWare for LAT 1.0, and NetWare Connect 1.0.

  2. Upgrade to NetWare for SAA 2.0, NetWare for LAT1.1, or NetWare Connect 2.0 as they become available. The X.25 protocol will not work with TCP/IP or AppleTalk on NetWare 4.10 until these products are updated.

NetWare Management Agent. Different versions of NetWare Management Agent (NMA) are necessary for NetWare 3.x, 4.02, and 4.10. NMA 1.5 works with NetWare 3.x and NetWare 4.02 (with limitations). NMA 1.6 works with NetWare 4.02 and NetWare 4.1. If you have NMA 1.5 on your current NetWare 3.12 or 4.02 server, you need to upgrade to NMA 1.6 when the servers are upgraded to NetWare 4.10.

NetWare Navigator. Servers cannot be installed or upgraded to NetWare 4.10 with NetWare Navigator. The Install/Upgrade or Migrate utility shipped with NetWare 4.10 must be used.

NetWare NFS Gateway. The NetWare NFS Gateway 1.2 is not compatible with NetWare 4.1. The next release of NetWare for NFS (NetWare for UNIX Services 2.0) should resolve this issue.

Note: This new release is specifically for NetWare 4 only. It will not work with NetWare 3.x.

NetWare/IP and NLSP. NetWare/IP and NetWare Link Services Protocol (NLSP) are incompatible. NetWare/P was not designed to work with NLSP running in NLSP mode.

To work around this problem, either set NLSP to RIP compatibility mode or do not run NLSP.

LAN WorkPlace/WorkGroup, NetWare/IP, and SFT III. LAN WorkPlace/LAN WorkGroup and NetWare/IP do not fully support SFT III switchover. Both NetWare/IP 1.1 and LWP/LWG 4.2 will run on an SFT III server pair without problem, but due to a limitation in the TCP/IP stack running on the server/client, automatic switchover requires extra configuration steps.

To work around this problem, edit the NET.CFG file at the client to include a second IP_ROUTER statement for the two IO Engines on the SFT III server. The secondary IO Engine should be listed as the first of the two IP_ROUTERs in the NET.CFG file. After editing the NET.CFG, if the client still cannot log in to the server, bring down and restart the server pair.

NetWare UNIX Client. NetWare UNIX Client (NUC.NLM) 3.05d will work with NetWare 4.1. Any previous versions of NUC will cause the NetWare 4.1 server to hang when a connection is being deleted while a UnixWare client is attempting to access the NetWare file system.

NetWare for LAT. Upgrading a NetWare 3.12 server with NetWare for LAT 1.0 and CommExec 1.4.05 (ships with NWLAT) will cause the newly updated NetWare 4.10 server to abend when a DOWN or CSDOWN command is issued while NetWare for LAT is loaded. This problem will still exist even after COMMEXEC.NLM has updated itself with the CSUPDT40.NLM file. The objects created by NetWare for LAT do not interact properly with CommExec after the upgrade.

The only workaround is to reinstall NetWare for LAT, then re-create the profiles that were previously set up on the NetWare 3.12 server. This problem will be fixed in the next release of NetWare for LAT (version 1.1).

NetWare for LAT and COMMEXEC. After upgrading a NetWare 3.12 server with NetWare for SAA 1.3b and NetWare for LAT 1.0 installed, the new NetWare 4.10 server may hang the first time it is brought up. After upgrading a NetWare v3.12 server, COMMEXEC.NLM automatically updates itself to the 4.1 version. If NetWare for LAT is loaded from the AUTOEXEC.NCF as COMMEXEC is being updated, the server will hang.

Note: This problem only occurs the first time the newly upgraded server is started after an upgrade. Once COMMEXEC is initially updated, NWLAT can be loaded from the AUTOEXEC.NCF file.

To work around this problem, do not load NWLAT until COMMEXEC has completed its update.

COMMEXEC and Across-the-Wire Migration. COMMEXEC does not support Across-the-Wire migration. Products that rely on COMMEXEC (NetWare for SAA, HostPrint, and NetWare for LAT) cannot be successfully migrated using the MIGRATE.EXE utility. NetWare Connect cannot be migrated this way either.

NetWare SFT III 4.1 TechTips

MSERVER.EXE. The NetWare 4.1 SFT III version of SERVER.EXE is MSERVER.EXE. Once you have installed SFT III, you should always run MSERVER.EXE rather than SERVER.EXE. Running SERVER.EXE might change the SFT III mirror files and require you to remirror.

Concurrent Remirror Requests SET Parameter. The Utilities Reference manual incorrectly states that, under SFT III, the SET Concurrent Remirror Requests parameter can be set only in the MSSTART.NCF file. It can also be set at the MSEngine console or in the MSAUTO.NCF file.

SFT III and Startup .NCF Files. On an SFT III server in the IOEngine, if you use SERVMAN.NLM to change SET parameters, the SET Time Zone parameter is saved either to the .NCF files for the MSEngine or the IOEngine, but not both. However, the scope of this SET parameter is all three engines. The result is that it might be saved, but on server startup it might be overwritten by another startup file.

In SFT III, the startup files take effect in the following order:

IOSTART.NCF
(activate server)
MSSTART.NCF
MSAUTO.NCF
IOAUTO.NCF

SFT III and NetWare NFS 2.0. XCONSOLE.NLM in NetWare NFS 2.0 is not supported on SFT III 4.1. XCONSOLE needs access to both REMOTE.NLM and DSAPI.NLM, which run in different engines. If you try to load XCONSOLE.NLM in either engine, you will get "undefined public symbol" error messages.

To install on SFT III, the NetWare NFS install program expects you to have a STARTUP.NCF file, an AUTOEXEC.NCF file, and TCP/IP already installed. After installation, UNISTART.NCF is placed in the AUTOEXEC.NCF. You will need to put UNISTART.NCF in the MSAUTO.NCF file.

HAMs and CDMs on SFT III. Host Adapter Modules (HAMs) and Custom Device Modules (CDMs) aren't supported on SFT III. If you try to use them, you will get "undefined public symbol" error messages.

To work around this problem, select the *.DSK disk drivers instead of the new-style HAM drivers from the driver list when installing.

Dual Processors in SFT III 4.1. For dual-processor SFT III installations with one processor servicing the IOEngine and the other servicing the MSEngine, the SFT III dual processor driver from your hardware vendor accesses low memory only during load time, causing the server to abend at default settings.

To work around this problem, include the following lines in both IOSTART.NCF files prior to loading the dual processor driver:

set read fault emulation = on
set write fault emulation = on
load c:\nwserver\xxxxxx.nlm

You can then turn off read and write fault emulation by creating a file called EMULATE.NCF and inserting the line EMULATE in the IOSTART.NCF file after the dual processor driver is loaded. The commands for EMULATE.NCF are as follows:

#this emulate.ncf turns emulation off
set read fault emulation = off
set read fault emulation = off

Mounting a CD-ROM Volume with SFT III. To be able to mount a CD-ROM as a volume on a NetWare SFT III server, load the following drivers in the IO Engine:

  • The disk driver for the Host Bus Adapter that the CD-ROM drive is attached to on your SFT III server.

  • The ASPI layer (if required)

  • The ASPICD.DSK driver (if ASPI layer is required)

Then load the following driver in the MSEngine:

  • CDROM.NLM

Mount the volume using the CD MOUNTcommand in the MSEngine.

NMSL Revision Number. Servers running at the speed of 486/50 or faster require Mirror Server Link (MSL) cards equivalent to the Novell Mirror Server Link (NMSL) card Revision "J" or higher. Contact your MSL card manufacturer for upgrade information.

Disk Mirroring in SFT III Halts at 99%. If the SET Remirror Block Size parameter is changed from the default of 1 (maximum is 8) and remirroring gets to 99% and never completes, reset this parameter to 1. Mirroring should then complete with no problem.

Upgrading from SFT III 3.11 to SFT III 4.1. A problem in the INSTALL portion of upgrading from SFT III 3.11 to SFT III 4.1 prevents the updating of LAN and MSL drivers on the Secondary server.

The older drivers will probably still work and allow synchronization and mirroring to take place. But you should examine the IOSTART.NCF and IOAUTO.NCF files on the Primary and Secondary servers. Make sure that any newer drivers included with 4.1 are reflected in the Secondary server's IOSTART and IOAUTO.

SERVMAN.NLM. For SFT III 4.1 servers, the "Packets transmitted" and "Get ECB buffer" values displayed in the "Network Information" window of SERVMAN are incorrect.

NetWare 4.10 for OS/2 Tech Tips

Fixing DSKSHARE.DSK Errors with HIMOVE.NLM. If you are using the DSKSHARE.DSK disk driver and error messages appear while mounting the NetWare volume, a new module called HIMOVE.NLM might fix the problem. HIMOVE.NLM is included with NetWare 4.10 for OS/2.

WARNING! Implement this fix only if you are using NetWare 4.1 for OS/2 and DSKSHARE.DSK is the only disk driver you are using. If you are not using NetWare 4.1 for OS/2, or if you have additional disk drivers loaded, do not implement this fix.

To implement the fix, add the following line as the first line of the STARTUP.NCF file:

LOAD <Drive Letter>:\NWSERVER\HIMOVE.NLM

When error messages occur during installation, use <Alt>-<N> to switch to the server console prompt and type the following command:

LOAD <Drive Letter>:\NWSERVER\HIMOVE.NLM <Enter<

In both cases, <Drive Letter> represents the DOS drive where the server boot files are located.

Press <Alt>-<N> to return to the INSTALL screen and then continue installation.

Note: If another disk driver is being used and this problem occurs, increase the Base Server Memory parameter in the NET.CFG file. This parameter is explained briefly below. (See the NetWare Client for OS/2 manual for specifics on this NET.CFG parameter.)

Additional Information. NetWare volumes require contiguous memory in order to load the File Allocation Table. If there is not enough contiguous memory available, the volume will not mount. HIMOVE takes physical memory and makes it appear as contiguous linear addresses.

Before using HIMOVE, refer to the Readme file included with NetWare 4.10 to determine whether this NLM can be used in your server's environment. If loading this module is not a viable option for your configuration, use the Base Server Memory parameter in NET.CFG to allocate additional contiguous memory.

In NetWare 4.10, memory sharing occurs between OS/2 and NetWare for OS/2. New memory management parameters that may be added in the NET.CFG file are explained in the Supervising the Network manual. Below is additional information regarding a few of the new memory management parameters:

BASE SERVER MEMORY number:

Fixed, contiguous and non-swappable memory allocated to NetWare during OS/2 boot-up. Number: represents the amount of memory allocated as Base Server Memory in megabytes. If this parameter is not set, 4 MB is automatically allocated.

Once this memory is assigned to NetWare, it is not returned to OS/2 (even when the server is downed), unless the Remove Base Server Memory parameter is used.

REMOVE BASE SERVER MEMORY

Allows Base Server Memory to be returned to OS/2 when the server is downed.

SERVER MEMORY number:

Memory initially set aside for NetWare during server boot-up (when NWOS2.EXE is loaded). Number: represents the amount of memory allocated as Server Memory in megabytes. Server Memory consists of two parts:

  1. Fixed, contiguous memory (which is set to 4 MB by default). This amount may be increased by using the Base Server Memory parameter mentioned above.

  2. Moveable, non-contiguous memory, which dynamically migrates between NetWare and OS/2. The amount is determined by the following equation:

    Moveable, noncontiguous server memory = Total Server Memory * Base Server Memory

AUTOMATIC MEMORY SHARING ON | OFF

By default, this parameter is set to ON. The number of Cache Buffers available, OS/2 memory available, and other parameters are used to determine how memory is shared between NetWare and OS/2. If this parameter is left ON, the Server Memory parameter does not need to be set.

Native NetWare 4.10 and Other Issues

Additional information regarding native NetWare 4.10 in general, and NetWare Directory Services (NDS), Utilities, Drivers, Installation, Upgrades, NetSync, DSMerge, and Hardware issues in particular, can be found in the NetWare 4.10 readme files.

Configuration Specifics

This section gives configuration file listings and other NLM specifics for the various server platforms in the CIT test environment.

The PRODUCTS.DAT file is a Btrieve file which contains the products that have been installed through PINSTALL. This is the list of products that you would see if you were to load INSTALL.NLM and go into "Product Options." This will also allow you to see product revisions and product updates tested with. Products that install from a Windows-based client (such as NetWare Navigator, NetWare Management System, and MSS) are not listed in PRODUCTS.DAT.

INETCFG.NLM is an internetwork configuration utility that ships with NetWare 4.1. It is used to set up all of the network boards, protocols, bindings, and so on. The configuration information is kept in a file called NETINFO.CFG. On some of the servers, we bound boards and protocols in the AUTOEXEC.NCF file. However, on our main servers we used INETCFG to configure IPX, APPLETLK, IP, NLSP, and other protocols.

Native NetWare 4.1 and NetWare 4.1 for OS/2

This section lists sample PRODUCTS.DAT, STARTUP.NCF, AUTOEXEC.NCF, and NETINFO.CFG files for our NetWare 4.1 and NetWare 4.1 for OS/2 servers.

PRODUCTS.DAT

COMMEXEC  V2.0.16     NetWare Communication Executive 
CONNECT   V1.0.34     NetWare Connect
HOSTPRT   V1.11.1     NetWare HostPrint
LANZ      v1.00       NetWare LANalyzer Agent Multiple Interface
LWG       4.2         LAN WorkGroup
MHS       1.0         Message Handling System 
MPR_UN    V3.0        NetWare Enterprise MPR S3        
NFS       1.2C        NetWare NFS         
NFSPTCH   1.2D        PTF-F193 NetWare NFS Patch   
NUCLITE   2.0         NUC 3/4.X NetWare UNIX Client   
NW-MAC    v4.10       NetWare for Macintosh 4
NWIP      1.1         NetWare/IP
NWLAT     V1.0.0      NetWare for LAT
NWSAA     V2.0.16     NetWare for SAA
NWUPD     1.1B        PTF-F191 NetWare/IP Patch
SLATCP    V2.0.01     SuperLAT Crossprint
WANSUPT   V3.0        NetWare WAN Services S3

Note: NWSAA was originally version 1.3b before being upgraded to version 2.0.16.

STARTUP.NCF

LOAD sim18_4 /na
LOAD futd_4 /e=0(*)
LOAD futaspi 
LOAD PS2SCSI SLOT=1

The AUTOEXEC.NCF files were the same for both servers, except for basics such as server name, internal IPX number, and so on.

AUTOEXEC.NCF

SET Time Zone = MST7MDT
SET Daylight Savings Time Offset = 1:00:00
SET Start Of Daylight Savings Time = (APRIL SUNDAY FIRST  2:00:00 AM)
SET End Of Daylight Savings Time = (OCTOBER SUNDAY LAST  2:00:00 AM)
SET Default Time Server Type = secondary
SET Bindery Context = OU=Marketing.O=NW41
file server name IBM1
ipx internal net 1011A88 
SEARCH ADD sys:\system\hostprt

# $NMSBASE$ DO NOT DELETE THIS LINE
# NetWare Management System installation has
# created the following NMSBASE.NCF file.
# Review the load sequence of NLMs in NMSBASE.NCF.
# Make sure that the NLMs loaded by NMSBASE.NCF 
# do not conflict with your existing setup.
# Uncomment the following line after review....
NMSBASE.NCF
LOAD btrieve -U=1 -P=4096 -L=20 -H=60 -F=20 -C
LOAD clib 
LOAD conlog  maximum=100
LOAD spxs 
LOAD aio
LOAD aiocomx

LOAD SYS:\SYSTEM\NXPPLUS

;These are placed here so that when initsys.ncf is called the search
;paths exist for NWSAA.NLM, COMMEXEC.NLM, and NWLAT.NLM
SEARCH ADD sys:system\nwsaa
SEARCH ADD sys:system\commexec    
SEARCH ADD sys:system\nwlat

; Network driver LOADs and BINDs are initiated via
; INITSYS.NCF. The actual LOAD and BIND commands
; are contained in INITSYS.NCF and NETINFO.CFG.
; These files are in SYS:ETC.
sys:etc\initsys.ncf

mount all
SET maximum packet receive buffers=2000

;SETTING UPGRADE LOW PRIORITY THREADS TO ON FOR NWLAT
SET UPGRADE LOW PRIORITY THREADS=ON
;NECESSARY FOR NWLAT

;--------For BACKUP----------
LOAD SMDR
LOAD TSA410
LOAD TSANDS

;*****LOADING SAA PROFILE FOR IBM 9370 - NWSAA
;LOAD commexec
LOAD nwsaa

;****NW FOR MAC *******
LOAD afp

;**** Misc ******
SET Immediate Purge Of Deleted Files = On 
LOAD rspx
LOAD remote test
LOAD pserver .IBM1PS.Marketing.NW41

# Command to start LAN WorkGroup, NFS, NWIP
LOAD REMFILFX
unistart.ncf

;**** MHS NLMs ******
LOAD mhs -s
LOAD mhscon

# $LANZ$ DO NOT DELETE THIS LINE   
# NetWare LANalyzer Agent installation has created   
# the following to load NetWare LANalyzer Agent.   
# Uncomment the following 2 lines after review.    
SEARCH ADD sys:lanz
lanz.ncf

;** The following line loads the Software Distribution NLMs **
NWSDRUN

; *******  NETWARE CONNECT
nwcstart

; *******  SMS SBACKUP
LOAD sbackup

SET Maximum Percent Of Volume Used By Directory = 20 

# $NMA$ DO NOT DELETE THIS LINE
# NetWare Management System installation has
# created the following NMA.NCF file.
# Review the load sequence of NLMs in NMA.NCF.
# Make sure that the NLMs loaded by NMA.NCF 
# do not conflict with your existing setup.
# Uncomment the following line after review....
nma.ncf
netxplor.ncf

REM *** BEGIN Intel LANDesk Manager Section ***
REM The following line loads the Inventory Manager NLM with
REM its data file.
LOAD ldinv file=SYS:MW\LDT
REM The following line loads the Inventory Scanner NLM for
REM this server.
LOAD ldiscan inv_serv=IBM1 file=SYS:MW\LDT
REM The following line loads the USER NLM required by
REM Desktop Access.
LOAD user
REM ***   END Intel LANDesk Manager Section ***

REM *** BEGIN Intel LANDesk Virus Protect Section ***
REM The following line starts the LANDesk Virus Protect NLM.
LOAD SYS:MW\LDVP\LPROTECT.NLM
REM ***   END Intel LANDesk Virus Protect Section ***

LOAD netsync4
UNLOAD conlog

The following NETINFO.CFG file resulted from using the INETCFG.NLM to load and bind drivers and protocols on a native NetWare 4.1 server.

NETINFO.CFG - NetWare 4.1 (native)

LOAD SNMP Control Community= TrapCommunity=Verbose
LOAD TOKEN name=TOKEN_1_TOK frame=TOKEN-RING slot=3 MSB
LOAD TOKEN name=TOKEN_1_TSP frame=Token-Ring_SNAP slot=3 MSB
LOAD TOKEN name=HOST_TOK frame=TOKEN-RING slot=2      
LOAD NE2 name=NE2_ESP frame=ETHERNET_SNAP slot=4 retries=5
LOAD NE2 name=NE2_E82 frame=ETHERNET_802.2 slot=4 retries=5
LOAD NE2 name=NE2_EII frame=ETHERNET_II slot=4 retries=5
SET Reply To Get Nearest Server=ON                      
LOAD IPXRTR ROUTING=RIPSAP CFGDIR=SYS:ETC SEQ=1       
LOAD IPXRTRNM SEQ=1                                                    
LOAD SPXCONFG Q=1 A=540 V=108 W=54 R=10 S=1000 I=1200  
SET IPX NetBIOS Replication Option=1                                     
BIND IPX TOKEN_1_TOK net=1011914                                   
BIND IPX NE2_E82 net=01011922 SEQ=1                           
LOAD ROUTE name=TOKEN_1_TOK RSP=AR TIME=10      
LOAD ROUTE name=TOKEN_1_TSP RSP=AR TIME=10       
LOAD LLC8022
LOAD APPLETLK routing=Yes internal_net_mode=Yes net=6792-6792 zfile=Yes  
LOAD adsp
BIND APPLETLK TOKEN_1_TSP net=6420-6420
BIND APPLETLK NE2_ESP net=6434-6434
LOAD NWLAT
BIND NWLAT NE2_EII
LOAD TCPIP RIP=Yes FORWARD=Yes                             
BIND IP TOKEN_1_TSP ARP=Yes Mask=FF.FF.FF.0 Address=10.253.129.1        
BIND IP NE2_EII ARP=Yes Mask=ff.ff.ff.0 Address=10.253.130.1            
LOAD REMOTE TEST
LOAD RSPX

The following NETINFO.CFG file resulted from using the INETCFG.NLM to configure a NetWare 4.1 for OS/2 server.

NETINFO.CFG - NetWare 4.1 for OS/2

LOAD SNMP ControlCommunity= TrapCommunity= verbose
LOAD TOKEN NAME=TOKEN_1_TOK FRAME=TOKEN-RING SLOT=2 MSB
LOAD TOKEN NAME=TOKEN_1_TSP FRAME=Token-Ring_SNAP SLOT=2 MSB
LOAD TOKENSHR NAME=TOKENSHR_1_VLE FRAME=VIRTUAL_FRAME SLOT=255
LOAD TOKEN NAME=TOKEN_HOST_TOK FRAME=Token-Ring SLOT=4     
LOAD NE2 NAME=NE2_ESP FRAME=Ethernet_SNAP SLOT=3 RETRIES=5    
LOAD NE2 NAME=NE2_E82 FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 SLOT=3 RETRIES=5          
LOAD NE2 NAME=NE2_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=3 RETRIES=5        
SET Reply To Get Nearest Server=ON                          
LOAD IPXRTR ROUTING=RIPSAP CFGDIR=SYS:ETC SEQ=1          
LOAD IPXRTRNM SEQ=1                                                       
LOAD SPXCONFG Q=1 A=540 V=108 W=54 R=10 S=1000 I=1200                 
SET IPX NetBIOS Replication Option=1                      
BIND IPX TOKENSHR_1_VLE NET=DF564C2B                          
BIND IPX TOKEN_1_TOK net=1011914 seq=1                   
BIND IPX NE2_E82 net=01011922 seq=2                       
LOAD ROUTE NAME=TOKEN_1_TOK RSP=AR TIME=10             
LOAD ROUTE NAME=TOKEN_1_TSP RSP=AR TIME=10            
LOAD Tcpip RIP=Yes Forward=No                       
BIND IP TOKEN_1_TSP ARP=Yes Mask=ff.ff.ff.0 Address=10.253.129.2    
BIND IP NE2_EII ARP=Yes Mask=ff.ff.ff.0 Address=10.253.130.2     
LOAD NWLAT                                         
BIND NWLAT NE2_EII                      
LOAD LLC8022                                         
LOAD APPLETLK routing=Yes internal_net_mode=Yes net=6796-6796 zfile=Yes 
LOAD adsp                                                 
BIND APPLETLK TOKEN_1_TSP net=0-0                            
BIND APPLETLK TOKEN_1_TOK                                   
BIND APPLETLK NE2_ESP net=0-0                                
LOAD REMOTE TEST                                          
LOAD RSPX

NetWare SFT III 4.1

This section lists sample PRODUCTS.DAT, IOSTART.NCF, IOAUTO.NCF, MSAUTO.NCF, and NETINFO.CFG files for NetWare SFT III 4.1 mirrored servers. Circled numbers and bolded items refer to the configuration notes at the end of the file listings.

PRODUCTS.DAT

LWG       4.2         LAN WorkGroup                    
MHS       1.0         Message Handling System
NFS       2.0         NFS 2.0
NW-MAC    v4.10       NetWare for Macintosh 4  
NWIP      1.1         NetWare/IP    
NWUPD     1.1B        PTF-F191 NetWare/IP Patch

IOSTART.NCF - for primary IOEngine (IO1)

ioengine name CET-410-SFT3_IO1 
    ioengine ipx internal net 1B1199A
    SET new start address for unclaimed memory block = 15000000
    SET new end address for unclaimed memory block = 65241088

1   # set parms to allow vendor multiprocessor NLM to load
    # because it accesses low memory
    set read fault emulation = on
    set write fault emulation = on
    load c:cpqmp 

    #load disk drivers
    LOAD CPQS710.DSK 
    LOAD CPQSDISK.DSK 
    LOAD cpqscd.dsk

    #load msl
    LOAD c:\nwserver\nmsl.msl

    SET Minimum Packet Receive Buffers = 500 
    SET Maximum Packet Receive Buffers = 1000 

1   # set parms to turn read and write fault emulation back off
    #emoff.ncf contains the following:
    # set read fault emulation = off
    # set write fault emulation = off
    emoff.ncf 

IOSTART.NCF - for secondary IOEngine (IO2)

ioengine name CET-410-SFT3_IO2 
    ioengine ipx internal net 1B1199B
    set new start address for unclaimed memory block = 15000000
    set new end address for unclaimed memory block = 65241088

1   # set parms to allow vendor multiprocessor NLM to load
    # because it accesses low memory
    set read fault emulation = on
    set write fault emulation = on
    load c:cpqmp

    #load disk drivers
    LOAD CPQS710.DSK 
    LOAD CPQSDISK.DSK 
    LOAD cpqscd.dsk
    #load msl
    LOAD c:\nwserver\nmsl.msl

    SET Minimum Packet Receive Buffers = 500 
    SET Maximum Packet Receive Buffers = 1000 
   
1   # set parms to turn read and write fault emulation back off
    # after cpqmp is loaded
    # emoff.ncf contains the following:
    # set read fault emulation = off
    # set write fault emulation = off
    emoff.ncf

IOAUTO.NCF - for primary IOEngine (IO1)

; Network driver LOADs and BINDs are initiated via
    ; INITSYS.NCF. The actual LOAD and BIND commands
    ; are contained in INITSYS.NCF and NETINFO.CFG.
    ; These files are in SYS:ETC.
    sys:etc\io1\initsys.ncf
    ;note LAN WorkGroup needs -f option to forward to MSEngine.
2   LOAD bootpfd -f 10.251.230.2 -v -q

IOAUTO.NCF - for secondary IOEngine (IO2)

; Network driver LOADs and BINDs are initiated via
    ; INITSYS.NCF. The actual LOAD and BIND commands
    ; are contained in INITSYS.NCF and NETINFO.CFG.
    ; These files are in SYS:ETC.
    sys:etc\io2\initsys.ncf
    ;note LAN WorkGroup needs -f option to forward to MSEngine.
2   ; LOAD bootpfd -f 10.251.230.2 -v -q

MSAUTO.NCF - for MSEngine

SET Time Zone = MST7MDT
SET Daylight Savings Time Offset = 1:00:00
SET Start Of Daylight Savings Time = (APRIL SUNDAY FIRST  2:00:00 AM)
SET End Of Daylight Savings Time = (OCTOBER SUNDAY LAST  2:00:00 AM)
SET Default Time Server Type = SECONDARY 
SET Bindery Context = O=novell
msengine name CET-410-SFT3
msengine ipx internal net 101199E
SET Immediate Purge Of Deleted Files=ON
LOAD conlog

# $NMSBASE$ DO NOT DELETE THIS LINE
# Setup has created the following NMSBASE.NCF file.
# Review the load sequence of NLM files in NMSBASE.NCF.
# Make sure that the NLM files loaded by NMSBASE.NCF
# do not conflict with your existing setup.
NMSBASE.NCF

LOAD btrieve 
LOAD bspxcom 

LOAD conlog maximum=100
; Network driver LOADs and BINDs are initiated via
; INITSYS.NCF. The actual LOAD and BIND commands
; are contained in INITSYS.NCF and NETINFO.CFG.
; These files are in SYS:ETC.
sys:etc\initsys.ncf

LOAD memmgr

# $NETXPLOR$ DO NOT DELETE THIS LINE
# Setup has created the following NETXPLOR.NCF file.
# Review the load sequence of NLM files in NETXPLOR.NCF.
# Make sure that the NLM files loaded by NETXPLOR.NCF
# do not conflict with your existing setup.
NETXPLOR.NCF

# printserver
LOAD pserver .sft3ps.novell

#load NWIP 1.1 and NFS 2.0 NLMs
unistart

#load mac nlm
LOAD afp

#load mhs nlms
LOAD mhs
LOAD mhscon

# load nuc unixware client NLM
LOAD nuc

MOUNT all

#CDROM NLMs and CD mount commands
LOAD cdrom
CD MOUNT education
CD MOUNT volume
CD MOUNT nw41_941022
#mount mac cdrom
LOAD hfscdcon

#sbackup TSA NLMs
LOAD tsa410
LOAD tsands

SET TIMESYNC Time Source = PENTIUM
SET TIMESYNC Type = SECONDARY 
SET TIMESYNC Directory Tree Mode = On 
SET TIMESYNC Configured Sources = On 

# Decreased garbage collection defaults because test programs
# create and delete so many files, i.e. we wanted garbage collection
# to occur more frequently.
SET Garbage Collection Interval = 1 min
SET Number of Frees For Garbage Collection = 100 
SET Minimum Free Memory For Garbage Collection = 1000 

UNLOAD conlog

NETINFO.CFG - for primary IOEngine (IO1)

LOAD SNMP
    LOAD NE3200 NAME=NE3200_1_E82 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2 SLOT=5
    LOAD NE3200 NAME=NE3200_1_ESP FRAME=Ethernet_SNAP SLOT=5
    LOAD NE3200 NAME=NE3200_1_EII FRAME=ETHERNET_II SLOT=5
    LOAD NTR2000 NAME=NTR2000_1_TOK FRAME=TOKEN-RING PORT=A20
    LOAD NTR2000 NAME=NTR2000_1_TSP FRAME=TOKEN-RING_SNAP PORT=A20
3   LOAD Tcpip RIP=Yes Forward=Yes
4   BIND IP MSENGINE Address=10.251.230.1 Mask=255.255.255.0
4   BIND IP NE3200_1_EII ARP=Yes Mask=255.255.255.0 Address=10.253.130.26
4   BIND IP NTR2000_1_TSP ARP=Yes Mask=255.255.255.0 Address=10.253.129.26
    SET Reply To Get Nearest Server=ON
    LOAD IPXRTR ROUTING=NLSP CFGDIR=SYS:ETC\IO1 SEQ=1
    LOAD IPXRTRNM SEQ=1
    LOAD SPXCONFG Q=1 A=540 V=108 W=54 R=10 S=1000 I=1200
    SET IPX NetBIOS Replication Option=1
    BIND IPX NTR2000_1_TOK NET=1011914
    BIND IPX NE3200_1_E82 NET=1011922
    LOAD LLC8022
5   LOAD APPLETLK routing=Yes internal_net_mode=Yes net=6555-6555 zfile=Yes
    LOAD adsp
5   BIND APPLETLK MSENGINE net=6556-6556
    BIND APPLETLK NE3200_1_ESP net=6434-6434  
    BIND APPLETLK NTR2000_1_TSP net=6420-6420
    BIND APPLETLK NTR2000_1_TOK
    LOAD ROUTE NAME=NTR2000_1_TOK RSP=AR TIME=10
    LOAD ROUTE NAME=NTR2000_1_TSP RSP=AR TIME=10 
    LOAD REMOTE TEST
    LOAD RSPX

NETINFO.CFG - for secondary IOEngine (IO2)

LOAD SNMP                                                
    LOAD NE3200 NAME=NE3200_1_E82 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2 SLOT=5      
    LOAD NE3200 NAME=NE3200_1_ESP FRAME=Ethernet_SNAP SLOT=5            
    LOAD NE3200 NAME=NE3200_1_EII FRAME=ETHERNET_II SLOT=5                
    LOAD NTR2000 NAME=NTR2000_1_TOK FRAME=TOKEN-RING PORT=A20
    LOAD NTR2000 NAME=NTR2000_1_TSP FRAME=Token-Ring_SNAP PORT=A20 
3   LOAD Tcpip RIP=Yes Forward=Yes                                         
4   BIND IP MSENGINE Address=10.251.230.1 Mask=255.255.255.0          
4   BIND IP NE3200_1_EII ARP=Yes Mask=255.255.255.0 Address=10.253.130.27  
4   BIND IP NTR2000_1_TSP ARP=Yes Mask=255.255.255.0 Address=10.253.129.27   
    SET Reply To Get Nearest Server=ON                     
    LOAD IPXRTR ROUTING=NLSP CFGDIR=SYS:ETC\IO2 SEQ=1              
    LOAD IPXRTRNM SEQ=1                                         
    LOAD SPXCONFG Q=1 A=540 V=108 W=54 R=10 S=1000 I=1200      
    SET IPX NetBIOS Replication Option=1               
    BIND IPX NTR2000_1_TOK NET=1011914                     
    BIND IPX NE3200_1_E82 NET=1011922                     
    LOAD LLC8022                                                        
5APPLETLK routing=Yes internal_net_mode=Yes net=6555-6555 zfile=Yes    
    LOAD adsp                                                       
5   BIND APPLETLK MSENGINE net=6556-6556          
    BIND APPLETLK NE3200_1_ESP net=6434-6434                        
    BIND APPLETLK NTR2000_1_TSP net=6420-6420                        
    BIND APPLETLK NTR2000_1_TOK
    LOAD ROUTE NAME=NTR2000_1_TOK RSP=AR TIME=10                            
    LOAD ROUTE NAME=NTR2000_1_TSP RSP=AR TIME=10                       
    LOAD REMOTE TEST                                             
    LOAD RSPX

NETINFO.CFG - for MSEngine

LOAD SNMP
    LOAD Tcpip RIP=Yes Forward=No
5   BIND IP MSENGINE Address=10.251.230.2 Mask=255.255.255.0
    LOAD APPLETLK
    BIND APPLETLK MSENGINE

NOTES:


1

If you are usingtwo processors (one for the MSEngine and the other for the IOEngine), your dual processor drive may use low memory during load time.Turn read and write fault emulation on before loading.Then, if you want to, you can put them backto their defaults after the driver has successfullyloaded (turn them off with an NCF file at the end of your IOSTART.NCF).

2

Notice withLAN WorkGroup that boot pfd needs the "-f"option in the IOAUTO.NCF file for each IOEngineto forward IP requests to the MSEngine.

3

You will needFORWARD=YES when loading TCPIP.NLM to forwardIP packets from the IOEngine to the MSEngine.

4

WithTCP/IP,the cards each have unique IP addresses,while the "BINDIP MSENGINE" statements forthe IOEngines and the MSEngine also specifyunique IP address numbers.

5

APPLETLK must be bound to the MSEngine with a unique net number.

Additional SFT III Configuration Information. In the CIT environment, the main SFT III server was installed with IPX first. Once the server was converted to SFT III, the other products and protocols were added. TCP/IP was configured and all IP addresses could be pinged before NetWare NFS 2.0 was installed. The server on the left had three CD-ROMs mounted using CDROM.NLM: a UNIX CD, the NetWare 4.1 CD, and an Education CD. The server on the right had a Macintosh CD-ROM mounted using HFSCDCON.NLM. Both of these CD-ROM support NLMs are loaded in the MSEngine.

Server Hardware

This section gives details on the test servers' hardware configurations. For an illustration of the test network environment, refer to the AppNote entitled "NetWare 4.1 Interoperability Test Overview" in this issue.

Main Servers


IBM1

NetWare 4.10 (native)

IBM3

NetWare 4.1for OS/2(Hardware configuration identical for both servers)

System:

IBM Model 95 (486/50) with 64 MB of RAM

Storage:

PS/2 SCSI HBAwith 1.5 GB disk storageFuture DomainFast SCSI-2 adapter with HP low-density jukebox

Network:

NE2 Etherneton 10 Mbps segment to HARDYETHER BACKBONEusing IPX, IP and AppleTalk protocolsIBM 16/4 Token-Ring on 4 Mbps segment to HOSTRINGusing SNA protocolIBM 16/4 Token-Ring on 16 Mbps segment to HARDY RINGusing IPX,IP and AppleTalk protocols

CET_410_SFT3 NetWareSFT III 4.10 (This server wascreated from two identical machines.)

System:

Compaq Proliant2000 (two Intel 586/66 processors)with 64MB of RAM (15 MB for IOEngine and 49 MB forMSEngine)

Storage:

Compaq IntegratedFast SCSI-2 controllerwith 1 GB storage1 Compaq and 2 Hitachi CD devices on primary server1 Compaq CD device on secondary server

Network:

NE 3200 Etherneton 10 Mbps segment to HARDYETHER BACKBONEusing IPX, IP and AppleTalk protocols NTR2000 Token-Ring on 16 Mbps segment toHARDYRING using IPX, IP and AppleTalk protocolsNMSL Mirrored Server Link board rev J

Other Servers


Server name:

PRV-TW-MPR1

Server type:

Compaq 486/33 System Pro

Memory:

98 MB

NICs:

NE3200 Ethernet2 IBM 16/4 Token-Ring

Disk(s):

Compaq SCSI CPQDA386.DSK

This NetWare 3.12 server was loaded with all Novell NLM 3.12 patches, the latest CLIB.NLM release (3.12h), and the following products:

NetWare Communication Executive (COMMEXEC v2.0.16) NetWare Connect (CONNECT v1.0.34) NetWare HostPrint (HOSTPRT v1.10.12) NetWare IPX Router Upgrade R4.2.1 (IPXRTR v3.0) NetWare LANalyzer Agent Multiple Interface (LANZ v1.00) LAN WorkGroup (LWG 4.2) NetWare MPR Plus 2.11 (MPRPLUS v2.11) NetWare NFS (NFS 1.2C) NetWare NFS Gateway (NFSGW 1.2) NetWare NFS Patch PTF-F193 (NFSPTCH 1.2D) NetWare Global MHS (NGM 2.00d) NetWare UNIX Client (NUCLITE 2.0) NetWare for Macintosh 200-user (NW-MAC v3.12) NetWare/IP (NWIP 1.1) NetWare/IP Patch PTF-F191 (NWUPD 1.1B) NetWare for LAT (NWLAT v1.0.0) NetWare for SAA (NWSAA v2.0.16)

Note: NWSAA was originally version 1.3b before being upgraded to version 2.0.16.


Server Name:

AST1

Server Type:

AST Premia 486/66

Memory:

16 MB

NIC(s):

NE3200

Disk(s):

IDE

Server Name:

AST2

Server Type:

AST Premia

Memory:

16 MB

NIC(s):

NE3200

Disk(s):

IDE

Server Name:

CET-410-BART

Server Type:

IBM Model 95 (486/50)

Memory:

32 MB

NIC(s):

Madge 16/4 Token-Ring

Disk(s):

PS2SCSI3514A.DSKIBM drive array (13 GB)

Server Name:

CET-CORP

Server Type:

IBM Model 95 (486/50)

Memory:

32 MB

Nic Card(s):

IBM 16/4, Madge 16/4 Token-Ring

Disk(s):

PS2SCSI

Server Name:

CET-ROUTER

Server Type:

Rackpro (clone hardware)

Memory:

64 MB

NIC(s):

IBM 16/4 Token-Ring,SyncPlus WAN board,NE3200, NE2000

Disk(s):

IDE, AHA1740

Server Name:

DEC311

Server Type:

DEC 486/66

Memory:

32 MB

NIC(s):

Token-Ring 16/4, Madge ODI, NE2000

Disk(s):

IDE

Server Name:

DELL1

Server Type:

Dell EISA 486/66

Memory:

32 MB

NIC(s):

NTR2000 Token-Ring

Disk(s):

IDE

Server Name:

DELL2

Server Type:

Dell EISA 486/66

Memory:

32 MB

NIC(s):

IBM 16/4 Token-Ring

Disk(s):

Adaptec 1540

Server Name:

DELL311

Server Type:

DELL 486/66

Memory:

32 MB

NIC(s):

NTR2000

Disk(s):

IDE

Server Name:

GREEN

Server Type:

IBM Model 95 (486/50)

Memory:

16 MB

NIC(s):

NE2

Disk(s):

PS2SCSI

Server name:

IBM2

Server type:

IBM Model 95 (486/50)

Memory:

32 MB

NIC(s):

Madge 16/4 Token-Ring

Disk(s):

PS2SCSI

Server Name:

MIG

Server Type:

IBM Model 95 (486/50)

Memory:

40 MB

NIC(s):

IBM 16/4 and Madge 16/4 Token-Ring

Disk(s):

PS2SCSI

Server Name:

MPR_LAUREL

Server Type:

Compaq DeskPro 486/66

Memory:

24 MB

NIC(s):

Madge 16/4 Token-Ring, SyncPlus WAN board

Disk(s):

IDE

Server Name:

PENTIUM

Server Type:

Compaq DeskPro (5/60)

Memory:

40 MB

NIC(s):

NTR2000

Disk(s):

IDE

Client Hardware

DOS/Windows clients were 386/486 machines with from 4 to 16 MB of RAM and Ethernet or Token-Ring adapters.

OS/2 clients were 486 machines with 12 to 16 MB of RAM, Ethernet or Token-Ring adapters, running OS/2 2.11 and the Novell OS/2 Requester that ships with NetWare 4.1

Macintosh clients were Apple Mac Iis and Quadras.

UNIX clients were 486 machines with 16 MB of memory, running UnixWare 1.1 or 2.0, and Sun SparcStations.

Specific Modules: NetWare 4.1 and NetWare 4.1 for OS/2

This section lists version information about the specific NLMs loaded on NetWare 4.1 and NetWare 4.1 for OS/2 servers. This information was captured using the CONLOG server console log utility. For ease of reference, the modules are listed in alphabetical order.

Note: The MSS 1.0 (beta) NLMs were not loaded at the time this module listing was done.

ADSP.NLM
  AppleTalk Data Stream Protocol
  Version 5.00a   October 19, 1994
AFP.NLM
  AppleTalk Filing Protocol
  Version 4.10    November 3, 1994
AFTER311.NLM
  NetWare 3.11 Compatible NLM Support Module
  Version 4.10a   October 21, 1994
AIO.NLM
  NetWare Asynchronous I/O Services
  Version 6.01a   May 4, 1994
AIOCOMX.NLM
  NetWare 3.x AIO COMX Driver Dec 17 1992
  Version 2.00    December 17, 1992
APPLETLK.NLM
  AppleTalk Stack/Router
  Version 5.00    October 19, 1994
BOOTPD.NLM
  LAN WorkGroup BOOTP Server,  Novell, Inc.
  Version 4.12    February 14, 1994
BSPXCOM.NLM
  BSPXCOM
  Version 6.10b   November 24, 1993
BTRIEVE.NLM
  Btrieve NLM
  Version 6.10c   November 19, 1993
CLIB.NLM
  NetWare 4.10 C NLM Runtime Library
  Version 4.10    November 3, 1994
CMSPX.NLM
  Connection Manager Executive Module (BETA)
  Version 2.00o   August 26, 1994
COMMEXEC.NLM
  NetWare 4 Communication Services Platform
  (Beta) Version 2.00p   September 24, 1994
CSAUDIT.NLM
  CSLIB Audit Trail Facility
  Version 1.00g   November 1, 1993
CSL.NLM
  NetWare Call Support Layer 0300S3.MPR
  Version 2.01a   August 29, 1994
CSSYSMSG.NLM
  CSLIB: System Messages Facility
  Version 1.00p   September 24, 1994
DISPATCH.NLM
  Services Management API Dispatcher NLM
  Version 2.21    March 8, 1994
DJOBFDBK.NLM
  Software Distribution Feedback Scheduler
  v.3.00.05
DJOBSCHD.NLM
  Software Distribution Scheduler  v.3.00.05
DLM.NLM
  Novell Data Link Manager Beta
  Version 2.00l   September 9, 1994
DS.NLM
  NetWare 4.1 Directory Services
  Version 4.63    November 4, 1994
DSAPI.NLM
  NetWare Directory Services API Library
  Version 4.10    October 18, 1994
DSLOADER.NLM
  NetWare 4.1 Directory Services Loader
  Version 1.25    October 22, 1994
DSS.NLM
  Domain SAP/RIP Server
  Version 1.08j   June 6, 1994
EEAS.NLM
  Extended Edition Access Support Agent
  Version 2.00i   April 27, 1994
ETHERTSM.NLM
  Novell Ethernet Topology Specific Module
  Version 2.33    October 17, 1994
FILTER.NLM
  NetWare Print Filters
  Version 1.20b   May 6, 1993
FLTRLIB.NLM
  NetWare Print Filter Library
  Version 1.20b   May 6, 1993
FUTASPI.DSK
  Future Domain ASPI to Future/CAM
  Conversion Driver
  Version 3.00    September 27, 1994
FUTD_4.DSK
  Future Domain CAM SCSI Disk Driver
  Version 3.00    September 27, 1994
FUTXPT.DSK
  Future Domain Future/CAM XPT
  Transport Layer
  Version 3.00    September 27, 1994
HOSTPRT.NLM
  NetWare HostPrint
  Version 1.11b October 24, 1994
ICM_SPX.NLM
  SPX Manual Connection Manager 0300S3.MPR
  Version 1.01    August 30, 1994
INETD.NLM
  NetWare INETD
  Version 1.20b   May 6, 1993
INSTALL.NLM
  NetWare 4.1 Installation Utility
  Version 2.23    October 27, 1994
IPXRTR.NLM
  IPX NLSP Router
  Version 5.00b   October 19, 1994
IPXRTRNM.NLM
  IPX Router Network Management
  Version 3.00    October 19, 1994
IPXS.NLM
  NetWare STREAMS IPX Protocol
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
LANZAEL.NLM
  NetWare LANalyzer Agent (v1.00), Alarm,
  Event, and Log NLM
  Version 1.00    September 15, 1993
LANZCTL.NLM
  NetWare LANalyzer Agent (v1.00), Control
  Version 1.00    September 15, 1993
LANZDI.NLM
  NetWare LANalyzer Agent (v1.00),
  Multiple Driver Interface
  Version 1.00    September 15, 1993
LANZFCB.NLM
  NetWare LANalyzer Agent (v1.00),
  Filter, Channel, and Buffer NLM
  Version 1.00    September 15, 1993
LANZHIS.NLM
  NetWare LANalyzer Agent (v1.00), History
  Version 1.00    September 15, 1993
LANZLIB.NLM
  NetWare LANalyzer Agent (v1.00), Library
  Version 1.00    September 15, 1993
LANZMEM.NLM
  NetWare LANalyzer Agent (v1.00),
  Memory Manager
  Version 1.00    September 15, 1993
LANZSM.NLM
  NetWare LANalyzer Agent (v1.00),
  Station Monitor
  Version 1.00    September 15, 1993
LANZSU.NLM
  NetWare LANalyzer Agent (v1.00), Startup
  Version 1.00    September 15, 1993
LBA.NLM
  Load Balancing Agent
  Version 1.00i   September 21, 1994
LDINV.NLM
  Intel LANDesk(TM) Inventory
  Version 1.50    September 28, 1993
LDISCAN.NLM
  Intel LANDesk(TM) Inventory Scanner
  Version 1.50    November 2, 1994
LLC8022.NLM
  NetWare LLC802.2
  Version 6.00c   October 7, 1994
LMA.NLM
  License Management Agent (Beta)
  Version 2.00o   August 23, 1994
LOCKD.NLM
  NetWare NFS Lock Manager V1.2 Rev(C)
  Version 1.20d   May 4, 1994
LPROTECT.NLM
  Intel LANDesk Virus Protect 2.13
  Version 2.13    July 25, 1994
LPR_PSRV.NLM
  NetWare LPR Print Server V1.2 Rev(C)
  Version 1.20d   May 4, 1994
LWGIO.NLM
  LAN WorkGroup File I/O
  Version 4.12    February 14, 1994
MAC.NAM
  NetWare Macintosh Name Space Support
  Version 4.10    October 24, 1994
MATHLIBC.NLM
  NetWare 4.10 C NLM Runtime Math Library
  (fp calls)
  Version 4.10    November 2, 1994
MHS.NLM
  NetWare 4.1 MHS Services
  Version 1.00    October 21, 1994
MHSCON.NLM
  NetWare 4.1 MHS Services Console
  Version 1.00    October 14, 1994
MHSLIB.NLM
  NetWare 4.1 MHS Services Library
  Version 1.00    October 20, 1994
MSM.NLM
  Novell Generic Media Support Module
  Version 2.32    August 23, 1994
NAMED.NLM
  NAMED
  Version 2.21f   June 6, 1994
NASS.NLM
  NetWare Connect 1.0 Service Selector
  Version 1.00    April 7, 1994
NASU.NLM
  NASU Supervisor Module
  Version 1.00    February 10, 1994
NCS.NLM
  NetWare NCS
  Version 1.03    May 5, 1994
NE2.LAN
  Novell NE2
  Version 3.25    November 1, 1994
NETDB.NLM
  Network Database Access NLM [snowbird.q7]
  Version 3.13h   July 13, 1994
NETSYNC4.NLM
  NetWare 4.1 Bindery Synchronizer
  Version 1.09    October 21, 1994
NETXPLOR.NLM
  NETXPLOR
  Version 2.00    September 8, 1993
NFS.NAM
  NetWare NFS Name Space Support
  [nfs20.cut!rel30.15d]
  Version 4.10a   September 30, 1994
NFSFIX.NLM
  NetWare 386 NFSFIX
  Version 3.20c   June 14, 1993
NFSSERV.NLM
  NetWare NFS Server V1.2 Rev(C)
  Version 1.20d   May 4, 1994
NISBIND.NLM
  NIS Binder/Library
  Version 2.21    March 8, 1994
NISSERV.NLM
  NIS Server
  Version 2.21    March 8, 1994
NMAGENT2.NLM
  NetWare 4.02/4.10 Generic Agent 2 (Beta 1)
  Version 1.60    September 26, 1994
NUT.NLM
  NetWare NLM Utility User Interface
  Version 3.11a   October 17, 1994
NW2SNMP.NLM
  NetWare 4.0x/4.10 NW2SNMP
  Version 1.21    October 6, 1994
NWCCSS.NLM
  Character Code Set Support [snowbird.q7]
  Version 3.01x   July 13, 1994
NWIP.NLM
  NetWare/IP Server
  Version 1.10v   June 6, 1994
NWLAT.NLM
  NetWare for LAT
  Version 1.00    January 6, 1994
NWPA.NLM
  NetWare 4.x: NetWare Peripheral
  Architecture NLM
  Version 2.12c   October 20, 1994
NWPSRV.NLM
  NetWare 4.10 Print Services Library
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
NWSAA.NLM
  NWSAA 2.0 (SNA Beta REL_2.0.16 18:55:10)
  Version 2.00    September 15, 1994
NWSNUT.NLM
  NetWare NLM Utility User Interface
  Version 4.11    October 17, 1994
NWTRAP.NLM
  NetWare 3.11/3.12/4.02/4.10 Server Trap
  (Beta 1)
  Version 1.60    September 28, 1994
NXPIP.NLM
  nxpip
  Version 2.00c   October 12, 1994
NXPIPX.NLM
  NXPIPX
  Version 2.00b   April 15, 1994
NXPLANZ.NLM
  NXPLANZ
  Version 2.00    September 8, 1993
NXPMEM.NLM
  Net Explorer, Memory Manager
  Version 2.00    September 8, 1993
NXPPLUS.NLM
  NetWare 4.0 NXPPLUS, Network Explorer Plus
  Version 1.12    July 7, 1993
OPENNV.NLM
  Open NetView Agent (PRE-RELEASE)
  Version 2.00p   September 23, 1994
PKERNEL.NLM
  Product Kernel [snowbird.q7]
  Version 3.08g   July 13, 1994
PLPD.NLM
  NetWare Unix->NetWare LPR Print Server
  V1.2 Rev(C)
  Version 1.20d   May 4, 1994
PS2SCSI.DSK
  NetWare 4.x General Purpose Device Driver
  for IBM SCSI Adapter
  Version 4.03    October 12, 1994
PSCAN.NLM
  Intel Pre-Scan Protocol Driver for
  NetWare 4.00
  Version 1.08    April 27, 1994
PSERVER.NLM
  NetWare 4.10 Print Server
  Version 4.10c   October 20, 1994
REMOTE.NLM
  NetWare 4.1 Remote Console
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
RNS.LAN
  NetWare RNS v3.11 (910900)
  Version 1.00n   June 8, 1994
ROUTE.NLM
  NetWare 386 Source Route Driver
  Version 4.12    June 22, 1994
RPCBSTUB.NLM
  RPCBSTUB - to support co-existence of
  portmapper & rpcbind [snowbird.q7]
  Version 3.01y   July 13, 1994
RSPX.NLM
  NetWare Remote Console SPX Driver
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
SBACKUP.NLM
  NetWare Backup/Restore Utility
  Version 4.11    October 21, 1994
SIDEWIND.NLM
  NetWare 4.02/4.10 Instrumentation (Beta 1)
  Version 1.60    November 15, 1994
SIM18_4.DSK
  Future Domain TMC-18XX/36XX Series IC Future/CAM SIM Module
  Version 3.00    September 27, 1994
SJOBDMGR.NLM
  Client Software Distribution Manager
  v.3.00.05
SJOBFDBK.NLM
  Software Distribution Feedback Scheduler
  v.3.00.05
SJOBXDOS.NLM
  Software Distribution Copy to DOS Partition
  v.3.00.05
SMA.NLM
  Service Mapping Agent (BETA)
  Version 2.00l   June 27, 1994
SMDR.NLM
  NetWare SMS Data Requestor
  Version 4.03    October 20, 1994
SMSDI.NLM
  SMS Storage Device Interface
  Version 4.02    October 21, 1994
SNMP.NLM
  SNMP Agent
  Version 3.01    October 19, 1994
SPAGENT.NLM
  Network Management Specific Agent for
  NetWare 4.0
  Version 1.50    April 13, 1993
SPXS.NLM
  NetWare STREAMS SPXII Protocol
  Version 4.01j   October 25, 1994
STATD.NLM
  NetWare NFS Status Monitor
  Version 1.20b   December 2, 1992
STREAMS.NLM
  NetWare STREAMS
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
TCPIP.NLM
  Novell TCP/IP Module
  Version 3.00c   November 21, 1994
TELNETD.NLM
  Telnet daemon for XConsole and TN3270
  [snowbird.q7]
  Version 3.02r   July 13, 1994
TIMESYNC.NLM
  NetWare Time Synchronization Services
  Version 4.13    October 14, 1994
TLI.NLM
  NetWare Transport Level Interface Library
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
TOKEN.LAN
  Novell IBM Token-Ring (PTF)
  Version 3.24    September 9, 1994
TOKENTSM.NLM
  Novell Token-Ring Topology Specific Module
  Version 2.33    October 17, 1994
TSA410.NLM
  NetWare 4.10 Target Service Agent
  Version 4.03    October 21, 1994
TSADOS.NLM
  NetWare DOS Client Target Service Agent
  Version 4.03    October 21, 1994
TSANDS.NLM
  NetWare Directory Target Service Agent
  Version 4.10    October 21, 1994
TSAPROXY.NLM
  NetWare SMS Proxy for TSA
  Version 4.01    October 21, 1994
UNICODE.NLM
  NetWare Unicode Library NLM
  Version 4.10    November 8, 1994
USER.NLM
  Desktop Access User NLM
  Version 4.00    October 19, 1994
WSMAN.NLM
  NetWare DOS Client Manager
  Version 4.04    October 21, 1994
XCONSOLE.NLM
  XConsole: Remote Administration Utility
  [snowbird.q7]
  Version 3.09t   July 13, 1994

Specific Modules: NetWare SFT III 4.1

This section lists information about the NLMs loaded in the IOEngines and the MSEngine of SFT III 4.1 servers. For ease of reference, the modules are listed in alphabetical order.

Note: The MSS 1.0 (beta) NLMs were not loaded at the time this module listing was done.

IOEngines (IO1 and IO2)

ADSP.NLM
  AppleTalk Data Stream Protocol
  Version 5.00a   October 19, 1994
AFTER311.NLM
  NetWare 3.11 Compatible NLM Support Module
  Version 4.10a   October 21, 1994
APPLETLK.NLM
  AppleTalk Stack/Router
  Version 5.00    October 19, 1994
BOOTPFD.NLM
  LAN WorkGroup BOOTP Forwarder
  Version 4.12    February 14, 1994
BROUTER.NLM
  BROUTER v6.10e
  Version 6.10e   November 3, 1994
BTRVSTUB.NLM
  SFT III IOEngine Btrieve
  Version 6.10b   August 27, 1993
CLIB.NLM
  NetWare 4.10 C NLM Runtime Library
  Version 4.10    November 3, 1994
CPQMP.NLM
  Compaq Multi-Processor Driver
  Version 1.11    November 5, 1993
CPQS710.DSK
  Compaq 53C710 SCSI Interface Module
  Version 1.30    September 23, 1994
CPQSDISK.DSK
  Compaq SCSI Disk Device Driver
  Version 1.22    September 23, 1994
CPQSCD.DSK
  Compaq SCSI CD-ROM Device Driver
  Version 1.02    August 3, 1993
CPQSXPT.DSK
  COMPAQ SCSI Transport Module
  Version 1.01    September 23, 1994
CSLSTUB.NLM
  NetWare Call Support Layer and IPX
  Connection Manager Stub
  Version 2.00a   October 19, 1994
ETHERTSM.NLM
  Novell Ethernet Topology Specific Module
  Version 2.33    October 17, 1994
IPXRTR.NLM
  IPX NLSP Router
  Version 5.00b   October 19, 1994
IPXRTRNM.NLM
  IPX Router Network Management
  Version 3.00    October 19, 1994
IPXS.NLM
  NetWare STREAMS IPX Protocol
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
LLC8022.NLM
  NetWare LLC802.2
  Version 6.00c   October 7, 1994
MSM.NLM
  Novell Generic Media Support Module
  Version 2.32    August 23, 1994
NE3200.LAN
  Novell NE3200
  Version 3.27    June 30, 1994
NMSL.MSL
  NMSL Driver for SFT3 v4.x (active or
  alternate MSL)
  Version 2.00    October 21, 1994
NTR2000.LAN
  Novell NTR2000 Token-Ring
  Version 3.32    October 26, 1994
REMOTE.NLM
  NetWare 4.1 Remote Console
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
ROUTE.NLM
  NetWare 386 Source Route Driver
  Version 4.12    June 22, 1994
RSPX.NLM
  NetWare Remote Console SPX Driver
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
SNMP.NLM
  SNMP Agent
  Version 3.01    October 19, 1994
STREAMS.NLM
  NetWare STREAMS
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
TCPIP.NLM
  Novell TCP/IP Module
  Version 3.00b   November 8, 1994
TLI.NLM
  NetWare Transport Level Interface Library
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
TOKENTSM.NLM
  Novell Token-Ring Topology Specific Module
  Version 2.33    October 17, 1994

MSEngine

AFP.NLM
  AppleTalk Filing Protocol
  Version 4.10    November 3, 1994
AFTER311.NLM
  NetWare 3.11 Compatible NLM Support Module
  Version 4.10a   October 21, 1994
APPLETLK.NLM
  AppleTalk Stack/Router
  Version 5.00    October 19, 1994
BOOTPD.NLM
  LAN WorkGroup BOOTP Server
  Version 4.12    February 14, 1994
BSPXCOM.NLM
  BSPXCOM
  Version 6.10b   November 24, 1993
BTRIEVE.NLM
  Btrieve NLM
  Version 6.10c   November 19, 1993
CDROM.NLM
  NetWare CD-ROM Support Module
  Version 4.11h   November 15, 1994
CLIB.NLM
  NetWare 4.10 C NLM Runtime Library
  Version 4.10    November 3, 1994
CONLOG.NLM
  System Console Logger
  Version 1.02    October 19, 1994
CSLSTUB.NLM
  NetWare Call Support Layer and IPX
  Connection Manager Stub
  Version 2.00a   October 19, 1994
DISPATCH.NLM
  Services Management API Dispatcher NLM
  [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.06s   November 9, 1994
DS.NLM
  NetWare 4.1 Directory Services
  Version 4.63    November 4, 1994
DSAPI.NLM
  NetWare Directory Services API Library
  Version 4.10    October 18, 1994
DSLOADER.NLM
  NetWare 4.1 Directory Services Loader
  Version 1.21    September 30, 1994
DSS.NLM
  Domain SAP/RIP Server
  Version 1.08j   June 6, 1994
HFSCD.NLM
  NetWare HFS CD-ROM Module
  Version 4.10    October 5, 1994
HFSCDCON.NLM
  NetWare HFS CD-ROM Console Module
  Version 4.10    October 5, 1994
HOSTG.NLM
  HostGroup Library NLM [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.08t   November 8, 1994
INETD.NLM
  NetWare 386 INETD [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.02m   November 8, 1994
IPXS.NLM
  NetWare STREAMS IPX Protocol
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
LOCAL_ND.NLM
  NetWare TIRPC LOCAL NETDIR Library NLM
  Version 1.10b   July 10, 1994
LOCKD.NLM
  NetWare NFS Lock Manager
  [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.03g   November 8, 1994
LPR_GWY.NLM
  NetWare->Unix LPR Print Gateway
  [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.09p   November 8, 1994
LWGIO.NLM
  LAN WorkGroup File I/O, Novell, Inc.
  Version 4.12    February 14, 1994
MAC.NAM
  NetWare Macintosh Name Space Support
  Version 4.10    October 24, 1994
MATHLIBC.NLM
  NetWare 4.10 C NLM Runtime Math Library
  (fp calls)
  Version 4.10    November 2, 1994
MEMMGR.NLM
  Memory Manager
  Version 1.00    October 26, 1994
MHS.NLM
  NetWare 4.1 MHS Services
  Version 1.00    October 21, 1994
MHSCON.NLM
  NetWare 4.1 MHS Services Console
  Version 1.00    October 14, 1994
MHSLIB.NLM
  NetWare 4.1 MHS Services Library
  Version 1.00    October 20, 1994
MONITOR.NLM
  NetWare 4.10 Console Monitor
  Version 4.12    October 21, 1994
NAMED.NLM
  NAMED [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.06m   November 8, 1994
NETDB.NLM
  NETWORK DATABASE ACCESS NLM
  [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.16e   November 8, 1994
NETDIR.NLM
  NetWare TIRPC NETDIR Library NLM
  Version 1.10c   September 22, 1994
NETXPLOR.NLM
  NetExplorer Server
  Version 2.10    October 29, 1994
NFS.NAM
  NetWare NFS Name Space Support
  [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 4.10a   November 8, 1994
NFSSERV.NLM
  NetWare 386 NFS [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.10p   November 8, 1994
NISBIND.NLM
  NIS Binder/Library [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.11i   November 8, 1994
NISSERV.NLM
  NIS Server [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.11q   November 8, 1994
NISSWDD.NLM
  Remote password setting server
  [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.03r   November 8, 1994
NPAMS.NLM
  NetWare 4.10 SFT-III MS Engine,
  NetWare Peripheral Architecture (NPA) NLM
  Version 2.12b   October 20, 1994
NWCCSS.NLM
  Character Code Set Support
  [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.02l   November 8, 1994
NWIP.NLM
  NetWare/IP Server
  Version 1.10v   June 6, 1994
NWPSRV.NLM
  NetWare 4.10 Print Services Library
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
NWSNUT.NLM
  NetWare NLM Utility User Interface
  Version 4.11    October 17, 1994
NXPCON.NLM
  NetExplorer Console Utility
  Version 1.00    October 26, 1994
NXPIP.NLM
  NetExplorer IP Discovery
  Version 2.10    October 27, 1994
NXPIPX.NLM
  NetExplorer IPX Discovery
  Version 2.01    October 26, 1994
NXPLANZ.NLM
  NetExplorer LANalyzer Agent Discovery
  Version 2.01    October 26, 1994
PKERNEL.NLM
  Product Kernel [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.11g   November 8, 1994
PLPD.NLM
  Unix->NetWare LPR Print SERVER
  [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.17l   November 8, 1994
PRLIB.NLM
  NetWare Unix Print Services Library
  [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.12i   November 8, 1994
PSERVER.NLM
  NetWare 4.10 Print Server
  Version 4.10c   October 20, 1994
RPCBSTUB.NLM
  RPCBSTUB - to support co-existence of
  portmapper & rpcbind [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.03r   November 8, 1994
RTDM.NLM
  NetWare Real Time Data Migration NLM
  Version 4.10    October 21, 1994
SMDR.NLM
  NetWare SMS Data Requestor
  Version 4.03    October 20, 1994
SNMP.NLM
  SNMP Agent
  Version 3.01    October 19, 1994
SPXS.NLM
  NetWare STREAMS SPXII Protocol
  Version 4.01i   October 20, 1994
STATD.NLM
  NetWare NFS Status Monitor
  [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.02n   November 8, 1994
STREAMS.NLM
  NetWare STREAMS
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
TCPIP.NLM
  Novell TCP/IP Module
  Version 3.00b   November 8, 1994
TCP_ND.NLM
  NetWare TIRPC TCPIP NETDIR Library NLM
  Version 1.10b   July 10, 1994
TIMESYNC.NLM
  NetWare Time Synchronization Services
  Version 4.13    October 14, 1994
TIRPC.NLM
  NetWare TIRPC Library NLM
  Version 1.10f   October 29, 1994
TLI.NLM
  NetWare Transport Level Interface Library
  Version 4.10    October 20, 1994
TSA410.NLM
  NetWare 4.10 Target Service Agent
  Version 4.03    October 21, 1994
TSANDS.NLM
  NetWare Directory Target Service Agent
  Version 4.10    October 21, 1994
TUI.NLM
  Textual User Interface 0300S3.MPR
  Version 1.04    August 26, 1994
UNICODE.NLM
  NetWare Unicode Library NLM
  Version 4.10    November 8, 1994
UNICRYPT.NLM
  TCP/IP Encryption NLM [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.01h   November 8, 1994
UNIDLL.NLM
  Dynamic Linker for NetWare
  [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.01j   November 8, 1994
UNIXLIB.NLM
  UNIX library   [nfs20.cut!rel30.17]
  Version 3.09b   November 8, 1994

* Originally published in Novell AppNotes


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