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Intel 82545EM Gigabit Ethernet Controller CE 5 Driver

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Platform Builder source files for the Intel E1000 driver under Windows CE 5.0

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Version:
1.0a
Download Size:
77 KB - 340 KB
Release Date:
06/07/2005
Language:
English
Popularity:
1839
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Added By:
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Overview:

The configuration files provided with the Windows* CE driver enable support
for single or multiple network interfaces based on the following Intel network devices:
- Intel 82540EM Gigabit Ethernet Controller
- Intel 82541EI Gigabit Ethernet Controller
- Intel 82541ER Gigabit Ethernet Controller
- Intel 82541GI Gigabit Ethernet Controller
- Intel 82544EI Gigabit Ethernet Controller
- Intel 82544GC Gigabit Ethernet Controller
- Intel 82545EM Gigabit Ethernet Controller
- Intel 82545GM Gigabit Ethernet Controller
- Intel 82546EB Gigabit Ethernet Controller
- Intel 82546GB Gigabit Ethernet Controller
- Intel 82547EI Gigabit Ethernet Controller
- Intel 82547GI Gigabit Ethernet Controller

This technical note provides information on installation and configuration. A specific
example is shown for a 2-port scenario in a single system.



Package Contents
================

e1000ce5.bib - Binary Image Builder Information File for e1000ce5.dll driver
e1000ce5.cec - Catalog file for e1000ce5.dll driver
e1000ce5.dll - Windows CE 5.0 driver for Intel PCI Gigabit Ethernet Controllers
e1000ce5.reg - Registry merge file for e1000ce5.dll driver
e1000ce5.rel - Release file for e1000ce5.dll driver
e1000ce5.txt - This support file


Single Network Interface Configuration
======================================

Use an ASCII text editor to read and modify the contents of the e1000ce5.REG
file. The network interface needs a registry configuration in the PLATFORM.REG
file. The protocol information should be modified (e.g., different IP address
or gateway) to correspond to your application.

Bindings, routes, and linkages are now handled by the operating system as
well, eliminating the need to set the linkage and route by hand.



Multiple Network Interface Configuration
========================================

The only things that may need to be modified are the subnet mask, default
gateway, and IP address, in the case of static IP usage.


Example Configuration for Two Network Interfaces
------------------------------------------------

<PLATFORM.REG>

IF CEPB_INTELGBE_PCI

;Create registry information for Intel(R) Miniport Driver

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Comm\E1000CE5]
"DisplayName"="Intel(R) Gigabit Ethernet Controller"
"Group"="NDIS"
"ImagePath"="e1000ce5.dll"


;Create registry information for template (will be copied to ALL instances of
;adapters using the Intel Miniport Driver

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltIn\PCI\Template\E1000CE5]
;PCI Bus Enumeration Information
"Class"=dword:02
"SubClass"=dword:00
"ProgIF"=dword:0
"VendorID"=multi_sz:"8086","8086","8086","8086","8086","8086","8086","8086","8086","8086","8086","8086","8086"
"DeviceID"=multi_sz:"100E","100F","1010","100D","1008","1019","100C","1013","1076","1078","1079","1026","1075"
"Dll"="NDIS.dll"
; "Entry"="NdisPCIBusDeviceInit"
"Prefix"="NDS"
;Installable ISR Handler Information
"IsrDll"="giisr.dll"
"IsrHandler"="ISRHandler"
"PortIsIO"=dword:0
"PortOffset"=dword:C0
"PortSize"=dword:4
"PortMask"=dword:00FF
"UseMaskReg"=dword:1
"MaskOffset"=dword:D0

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\COMM\PCI\E1000CE51\PARMS]
"DeviceNumber"=dword:1

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\COMM\PCI\E1000CE52\PARMS]
"DeviceNumber"=dword:2

;Settings for DHCP IP Configuration, if enabled
IF DHCP
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltIn\PCI\Template\E1000CE5\TCPIP]
"EnableDHCP"=dword:1
; This should be MULTI_SZ
"DefaultGateway"=""
; Use zero for broadcast address? (or 255.255.255.255)
"UseZeroBroadcast"=dword:0
; This should be MULTI_SZ, the IP address list
"IpAddress"="0.0.0.0"
; This should be MULTI_SZ, the subnet masks for the above IP addresses
"Subnetmask"="0.0.0.0"
ENDIF ;//DHCP

;Settings for static IP configuration, if enabled
IF STATIC_IP
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\COMM\PCI\E1000CE51]
"EnableDHCP"=dword:0
; This should be MULTI_SZ
"DefaultGateway"="1.2.3.0"
; Use zero for broadcast address? (or 255.255.255.255)
"UseZeroBroadcast"=dword:0
; This should be MULTI_SZ, the IP address list
"IpAddress"="1.2.3.4"
; This should be MULTI_SZ, the subnet masks for the above IP addresses
"Subnetmask"="255.0.0.0"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\COMM\PCI\E1000CE52]
"EnableDHCP"=dword:0
; This should be MULTI_SZ
"DefaultGateway"="1.2.3.0"
; Use zero for broadcast address? (or 255.255.255.255)
"UseZeroBroadcast"=dword:0
; This should be MULTI_SZ, the IP address list
"IpAddress"="1.2.3.5"
; This should be MULTI_SZ, the subnet masks for the above IP addresses
"Subnetmask"="255.0.0.0"

ENDIF ;//Static IP
ENDIF ;//Intel(R) miniport registry additions



Duplicate Display Naming
========================

When the Display Name ("Intel(R) Gigabit Ethernet Controller") is used for more
than one network interface, changes cannot be made once the Windows CE image
is loaded. This behavior is due to a limitation in the OS. Windows CE treats
adapter settings with identical Display Names as the same. When a change is
made in the Network Configuration (Control Panel) to one network interface,
it affects all the others with the same Display Name. When a static IP
address is used in the Windows CE build, all network interfaces with the same
Display Name will list the same IP address. The Registry settings will have
the correct values. This limitation does not apply in a PC development
platform due to the ability to remove and re-insert a network adapter for the
changes to take effect.

Download:

FileVersionSize
e1000ce5leg.exe
1.0a
263 KB
MD5: EB239FE2078FA64B6A947AFBB63D48D7
inflated.zip
1.0a
77 KB
MD5: B46CAF374723AB1B38FFCB20A6144A06

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