Once you’ve set up a single server, you can set up the booting nodes. If your site requires additional boot servers, see "Multiple boot servers." The network hardware determines the number of bits needed. Every Arcnet card requires that you program a physical node ID into the card.
The Network Manager and the network driver for your network must be running to access logical network 1. If you weren’t able to note the physical node ID when installing the card, or if the ID wasn’t on the card, running netmapwithout any options will display the physical node ID. This section shows you how to set up a single boot server.
Depending on the manufacturer, this is done by a DIP switch or is configured in nonvolatile RAM through a menu-driven interface at boot time. The method you use to determine the physical node ID of a network card depends on the type of card you have. In many cases, you’ll find a label with the address of the card in the box. Sometimes switches or jumpers on the card determine the physical node ID of the brother mfc-9130cw card. If you need full TCP/IP-based network communications between a QNX machine and a non-QNX machine, you’ll have to purchase and install TCP/IP for QNX.
This file defines the physical node IDs, the logical node IDs, and the logical network IDs associated with each node. When responding to a boot request, the netbootutility accesses the /etc/config/netboot file to determine which build file can be used to generate the OS image for the requesting node. The machine running nameloc must be able to talk to every other machine on the network. Make sure the machine has a complete netmap file.
Intel Network Connections is a utility to control how an Intel network card functions, not normally needed and probably installed if you just installed the driver using the defaults rather than custom, to only install the driver. Usually safe to uninstall.
When the download is completed, locate the downloaded file in the location you specified. I’ve been running Windows Server 2012 R2 on a few older NUC models without any issues but with a new NUC10i7FNH i’m running into NIC Card drivers for VEN_8086&DEV_0D4F. I then told Windows 2016 to use the folder where this was, and chose I219-LM, at it complained, but installed….and works. I downloaded the driver from my Mother Board maker, ASUS for Windows 10. I have restarted and was able to install the driver.
The nettrap utility reads and writes to I/O ports and to memory. This testing may cause unintentional side effects in other hardware residing at the tested memory and I/O addresses. If your system is set up to control external machinery, disconnect these devices before running nettrap.