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PCMCIA Network Card and OS/2 Warp ver 3?
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1. PCMCIA Network Card and OS/2 Warp ver 3?
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I have an IBM Etherjet PCMCIA network card on/with an IBM Thinkpad 755C notebook computer running OS/2 Warp ver 3 with fixpak 26. I have the IAK (internet access kit) and the dialer/software from AT&TGlobalNetwork (formerly the IBMGlobalNetwork) installed on my computer. Do I need special software/drivers to access a lan (local area network)?
OS/2 Warp-ed to the very end.
Date: 26 Sep, 2002 on 16:33
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2. Re:PCMCIA Network Card and OS/2 Warp ver 3?
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If you got the card to work or at least get the PC-Card Manager to mount up the card you just have to install the Peer code and you're up and running.
Date: 29 Sep, 2002 on 13:00
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Warp ver 3 has a 'plugnplay' feature to recognize the pcmcia card. It sees the Ehterjet card from IBM as a network card. I am looking for the tcpip stuff to install with Warp ver 3. There are some files at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/os2conect that I will be trying soon.
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Date: 30 Sep, 2002 on 16:25
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What exactly do you mean with tcpip stuff? Won't the existing stack within Warp 3 do the jobb? What about upgrading the Warp3 stak to version 4.x?
Date: 01 Oct, 2002 on 19:27
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I was told that I needed tcpip softwar/'stuff' to connect to a lan. I was told that I needed Warp Connect. I was told that the IAK (internet access kit) is for dialup only and that I needed ver 2.0 of tcpip for me to connect to a network (plus mpts files/programs). I was able to download some files but have not tried them yet.

I downloaded cbenable.arj from the internet.


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Date: 01 Oct, 2002 on 20:06
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6. Re:PCMCIA Network Card and OS/2 Warp ver 3?
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tomleem (Oct 01, 2002 22:06):
I was told that I needed tcpip softwar/'stuff' to connect to a lan. I was told that I needed Warp Connect. I was told that the IAK (internet access kit) is for dialup only and that I needed ver 2.0 of tcpip for me to connect to a network (plus mpts files/programs). I was able to download some files but have not tried them yet.

I downloaded cbenable.arj from the internet.


Oh, yes you need to have the Warp Connect since of the network software included there. IAK works out but might not be the best dialer software available. I would go for the InJoy dialer. Isn't TCPIP 2.0 included in the Connect release? A while ago since I ran a system with Warp Connect.

Date: 02 Oct, 2002 on 00:12
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I am looking for a copy of Warp Connect at eBay.com. I can not afford much and I am soon outbid.

I was directed to the tcpip 2.0 files at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/os2conect , in the files section. I have installed them.

When I get a cd drive (external) working with my notebook computer, I will install Warp ver 4 (future stuff).


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Date: 02 Oct, 2002 on 22:02
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I tried installing cbenable but it just caused trap errors and it took me awhile to undo it (I finally used the installation diskettes to go to a command line to rem out the cbenable settings in the config.sys file). It boots to OS/2 okay now.
OS/2 Warp-ed to the very end.
Date: 07 Oct, 2002 on 16:15
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