Comtrol RocketModem i PCI Download Drivers and Manual

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Device Driver
Operating Systems
Citrix MetaFrame
Version Driver
4.39
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472Kb
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1800011d.exe
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Do NOT install this driver in Windows 2000/XP operating systems RocketPort(R)/RocketModem(TM) Series Device Driver
for the Windows NT(R) operating system

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DOCUMENT SCOPE AND LIMITS

Use this readme file to install the Comtrol Windows NT driver for
the following products:

* RocketPort ISA and PCI series
* RocketPort 485
* RocketPort 422
* RocketPort Plus
* RocketModem
* RocketModem i
* RocketModemII

For more information about hardware-specific topics, see the
documentation packaged with each Comtrol hardware product.

NOTE: The RocketPort 8J, which features eight RJ11 connectors on
the mounting bracket, does not support full modem-control
and is not recommended for remote access use.

The RocketPort 8, which features an external interface box,
and the RocketPort Octacable, which features a fanout
cable, do support full modem control.

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INSTALLATION PREREQUISITES

1. This guide assumes that you have already installed the
Windows NT operating system (OS) and that you understand
OS operation. This product was developed and tested
using Windows NT Release 3.51, Windows NT Release 4.0,
BackOffice 4.0, Terminal Server 4.0, and Citrix WinFrame
Release 1.7.

These instructions are based on Windows NT Release 4.0.
If you are using another version, adapt the instructions
as needed.

2. You must have at least one RocketPort or RocketModem
adapter installed before installing this driver. See the
hardware documentation for more information.

3. If you are using NT 3.51 or an early version of NT 4.0
with no service packs applied, and using the
RocketPort/RocketModem adapter to provide dial-in (RAS)
access to the NT server, verify that NetBEUI is installed
before installing RAS.

Under NT 4.0, RAS will not work properly unless you have
at least Service Pack 3 applied. For more information
about service packs and updates, contact Microsoft.

4. If you are installing the RocketPort/RocketModem in a
server without an existing network adapter (NIC), you
must install network services and the Microsoft Loopback
Adapter software first. See the Microsoft documentation
for more information.

5. Finally, if you are upgrading from an earlier version of
the RocketPort/RocketModem device driver software, you
must remove the old software before installing this new
version. DO NOT use the Update option.
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Rawrite.exe
Operating Systems
Diagnostic
Version Driver
A
Size Driver
14Kb
File Name
rawrite.exe
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This is a Microsoft-base utility that is used to create disk images for use with our diagnostic disk image files.
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Comtrol RocketModem i PCI
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Device Driver
Operating Systems
Linux
Version Driver
1.23
Size Driver
194Kb
File Name
1800024d.tgz
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Comtrol
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Fax & Modem & ISDN
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Rawrite Documentation
Operating Systems
Manual
Version Manual
A
Size Manual
2Kb
File Name
rawrite3.doc
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Documentation on using Rawrite.exe.

RaWrite 1.3
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Disclaimer of Warrenty
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Users of this software must accept this disclaimer of warranty: "This
software is supplied AS IS. Mark Becker disclaims all warranties, expressed
or implied, including, without limitation, the warranties of merchantability
and of fitness for any purpose. Mark Becker assumes no liability for
damages, direct or consequential, which may result from the use of this
software."
Purpose
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Write a disk image file to a floppy disk.
Equipment/Software Requirements
-------------------------------

* PC/XT/AT or 100% compatible with at least 256K of RAM and a floppy disk
drive.

* MS-DOS version 3.21 or greater.

* A formatted diskette.

This program uses well-documented generic low-level DOS and BIOS functions.
It should run on nearly every PC in existance. PS/2's should be able to run
RaWrite but this has not been tested.


CAVEAT
------

This program will write ANY disk file to a floppy, overwriting any previous
information that may have been present. If you wish to re-use a diskette
that has been written to by RaWrite then that diskette will probably need to
be reformatted; all MS-DOS specific information will have been erased.
Usage
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C> RAWRITE

And follow the prompts. All arguments are case-insensitive.

If the source and destination drives are the same, RaWrite will ask the user
to swap diskettes as required. Rawrite allocates a large buffer in RAM to
reduce the number of disk swaps.

RaWrite may be aborted at any time by typing ^C or CTRL-Break.
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Diagnostic
Operating Systems
Manual
Version Manual
A
Size Manual
1.4Mb
File Name
1500020a.i
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Comtrol
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Hardware Installation
Operating Systems
Manual PDF
Version Manual
A
Size Manual
46Kb
File Name
2000002_a.pdf
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Also contains all hardware-related information, including connectors, interfaces, and specifications. RocketModem™ i V.90
Hardware Installation Card

Product Overview
The RocketModem multimodem card is Hayes®
compatible and contains four or six RJ11 modem ports,
depending on the model, that can operate at speeds up
to 56 Kbps.
RocketModem features for this model include:
• Four or six RJ11 modem ports
• Bootable diagnostic tests on diskette
• Individual software controlled modem reset
capability
Note: See the Software Installation and Configuration
Guide for information about installing software,
the AT command set, and using the reset feature.

Installing the RocketModem
To install a single RocketModem, follow these steps:
Note: For best results we recommend installing
RocketModem cards one at a time, to simplify the
configuration process.
1. Turn your computer off and remove the system unit
cover.
2. Select an available PCI slot and remove the slot
cover.
3. Write down the serial number of the RocketModem.
4. Insert the RocketModem in the expansion slot.
Make sure it is seated securely.
5. Reinstall the expansion slot cover screw.
Note: When powered up, the RocketModem
generates significant heat. After you install
and configure the RocketModem, make sure
the system cover is closed and the ventilation
fan is unobstructed. If you install more than
one RocketModem, you may want to add an
additional internal cooling fan.
6. Connect standard RJ11 (telephone) cables between
the RocketModem ports and the phone line jacks.
7. Power up the computer and run the Diagnostics
program to verify that the RocketModem is installed
and working correctly. For instructions, see the
Using the Diagnostics discussion in this card.
8. After the RocketModem has successfully passed
diagnostics, install and configure the device driver
for your operating system, using the RocketModem
Software Installation and Configuration Guide or
the README file released with the driver.
After you have successfully installed one RocketModem,
you can install additional RocketModem cards by
repeating this process.
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AT Command Set
Operating Systems
Manual PDF
Version Manual
B
Size Manual
265Kb
File Name
2000052b.pdf
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Also contains +MS AT command information. AT Command Set for
RocketModem Series, VS2000, and
RocketPort USB Modem Hub

Overview
This document discusses the following topics. Blue underlined text denotes hypertext links.
• Basic AT commands
• ECC Commands
• MNP 10 Commands
• W-Class Commands
• Fax Class 1 Commands
• Fax Class 2 Commands
• Error Control and Synchronous Mode Selection (+ES) (RocketPort USB Modem Hub, only)
• Select Modulation (+MS)
• AT Command Result Codes
• S-Register Summary
• Factory Defaults
• S-Register Definitions

Basic AT Commands
The following table lists the AT commands recognized by Comtrol V.34 and V.90 modems. For more detailed
descriptions of these commands, see the RC336D/RC336LD (V.34) and RC56D/RC56LD (V.90)

Select Modulation (+MS)
This extended-format AT command uses one to five subparameters to:
• Select the modulation.
• Optionally, enable or disable automode.
• Specify the lowest and highest connection rates.
• Select m-Law or A-Law codec type.
• Enable or disable robbed bit signaling generation (server modem) or detection (client modem.
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Software Installation
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Manual PDF for Linux
Version Manual
B
Size Manual
164Kb
File Name
2000067b.pdf
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RocketPort and RocketModem
Driver Installation for Linux

Overview
You can use this document to install and configure the RocketPort/RocketModem Linux device driver.
Note: The Linux operating system is distributed from several sources. While all distributions share general
file structure and functionality, there are differences that can impede the installation of device drivers.
The instructions in this document outline a generic installation procedure. You may need to adjust for
differences in a particular distribution using the Linux system documentation as a reference.
This document assumes that you have already installed the Linux operating system (kernel version 2.0 or
higher) and that you have a basic understanding of Linux OS operation.

Installation Procedure
Use this procedure to install the driver.
1. If you have not done so already, install the hardware using the Hardware Installation documentation.
2. If necessary, download the current device driver, copy and extract the files to the /usr/src directory on the
Linux system. For example:
Change to the /usr/src directory and use the untar command.
cd /usr/src
tar xzvf filename.tar.gz
A subdirectory of /usr/src now exists called comtrol. This contains the RocketPort/RocketModem driver and
associated files.
3. Recompile the RocketPort/RocketModem driver.
Note: This is not always necessary, depending on the version of your kernel, but it is safe to do.
make clean
make
4. Install the RocketPort/RocketModem driver as root:
make install
5. If you are using more than one ISA RocketPort/RocketModem board, or have installed an ISA RocketPort
or RocketModem board at a non-standard address, you will need to set up the file /etc/rocketport.conf. The
/usr/src/comtrol directory contains a sample rocketport.conf file. Copy it to the /etc directory and edit it
according to the comments contained in the file.
Note: This step is NOT necessary, if you are using only PCI RocketPort or RocketModem boards.
6. Optionally, edit your /etc/rc.d/rc.S file (or other appropriate boot-up script) so that the rc.rocket script runs
automatically each time your system boots. This is done for you automatically if you are using a system
with System V init files, such as is used in the RedHat or Debian releases.
7. Either reboot to load the driver into the currently running system, or manually load the driver running
the rc.rocket script with the start argument. For example:
/rc.rocket start
8. Configure your applications and/or your getty scripts as appropriate for your application.
Note: The RocketModem looks to Linux like a RocketPort card with modems attached; you can refer to the
RocketModem AT command set on the Comtrol CD or ftp/web sites.
9. For PCI-ONLY installation:
Edit the rocketport.conf script to remove or comment out the boardx=0xxx" statement.
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Software Installation
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Manual PDF for Novell 4.11
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383Kb
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2000102b.pdf
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RocketPort and RocketModem
Driver Installation for Novell NetWare

How to Use this Document
You can use the interactive Table of Contents to locate the information you need.
Note: All blue underlined text are jumps to the information referenced.
Driver Requirements
This document discusses installing and configuring the RocketPort/RocketModem series driver for the Novell
operating system.
• NetWare 4.1x (MPR 3.1A or higher and/or NetWare Connect 2.0.30 or higher)
• IntranetWare I with NIAS (Support Pack V1.0)
• NetWare 5.0
Locating Information
For hardware specific information or the product overview, see the Hardware Installation documentation that
is available on the Comtrol CD or you can download the current version from the ftp/web site.
Comtrol documents are available in electronic form on the Comtrol web/ftp site. Driver updates can be
downloaded at no charge from the Comtrol web/ftp site. Always check the web or ftp sites to make sure that
you have the current driver and documentation.
Installation Overview
The driver installation process follows this basic outline:
1. Prepare the installation media. If you received the driver in zipped format (as a single file with a .zip
extension), extract the driver files and create an installation diskette or copy the files to the /system
directory on the server.
Note: For information about extracting files, see extract.htm.
2. If you created a diskette, copy the driver files into the /system directory on the server.
3. Initialize and configure the driver.
4. If you use NetWare Connect or a similar third-party product, use the load command to initialize the
driver, then use nwccon (4.1.x) or niascfg (5.x) to configure the driver and external devices.
Note: If you use nwccon for 5.x, you get a modified version of nwccon.
5. If you use NIAS or MPR, use inetcfg (4.1.x) or niascfg (5.x) to initialize and configure the driver and
external devices.
6. Down and restart the server.
7. Resume normal operations.
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WanderLink Installation Notes
Operating Systems
Manual PDF for Novell 4.11
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A
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24Kb
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wlink2.pdf
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WanderLink and RocketPort Series Installation Notes
Installing the Server Side
Use the following procedure to install the server side of the WanderLink and RocketPort installation.
Perform this procedure from the workstation.
Note: If NetWare Connect is resident on your server, then use the Removing NetWare Connect
discussion in the Novell NetWare Connect Administration Guide.
1. Install the WanderLink server software using the WanderLink Administration Guide.
2. Install the RocketPort controller using the RocketPort Series Asynchronous I/O Device Driver
(6528) for the Novell NetWare Operating System Installation Reference Card or the Hardware
Reference Card that came with the controller.
3. Copy the AIORCKT.NLM file to the server.
4. Update the AUTOEXEC.NCF file to include WLSTART.
5. Use the RocketPort documentation (6528D) as a reference to add the following statement to the
top of the WLSTART file:
load AIORCKT port=IOADDR {node=NNN} {name=sss} {nports=PP} {fastbaud}
6. Start the WanderLink server using the WanderLink documentation.

Installing the WanderLink PC Client Side
Use the following procedure to install the server side.
1. Install the WanderLink PC client software using the WanderLink Client Pack Guide. Make sure
that you select from the range that includes from COM1 to COM4 for the COM port number during
the modem setup in the WanderLink Client screen.
2. Test the client by using the FUNKDIAL test in the WanderLink client screen under Connection
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Manual PDF for Novell 5.0
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383Kb
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2000102b.pdf
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RocketPort and RocketModem
Driver Installation for Novell NetWare

How to Use this Document
You can use the interactive Table of Contents to locate the information you need.
Note: All blue underlined text are jumps to the information referenced.
Driver Requirements
This document discusses installing and configuring the RocketPort/RocketModem series driver for the Novell
operating system.
• NetWare 4.1x (MPR 3.1A or higher and/or NetWare Connect 2.0.30 or higher)
• IntranetWare I with NIAS (Support Pack V1.0)
• NetWare 5.0
Locating Information
For hardware specific information or the product overview, see the Hardware Installation documentation that
is available on the Comtrol CD or you can download the current version from the ftp/web site.
Comtrol documents are available in electronic form on the Comtrol web/ftp site. Driver updates can be
downloaded at no charge from the Comtrol web/ftp site. Always check the web or ftp sites to make sure that
you have the current driver and documentation.
Installation Overview
The driver installation process follows this basic outline:
1. Prepare the installation media. If you received the driver in zipped format (as a single file with a .zip
extension), extract the driver files and create an installation diskette or copy the files to the /system
directory on the server.
Note: For information about extracting files, see extract.htm.
2. If you created a diskette, copy the driver files into the /system directory on the server.
3. Initialize and configure the driver.
4. If you use NetWare Connect or a similar third-party product, use the load command to initialize the
driver, then use nwccon (4.1.x) or niascfg (5.x) to configure the driver and external devices.
Note: If you use nwccon for 5.x, you get a modified version of nwccon.
5. If you use NIAS or MPR, use inetcfg (4.1.x) or niascfg (5.x) to initialize and configure the driver and
external devices.
6. Down and restart the server.
7. Resume normal operations.
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WanderLink Installation Notes
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Manual PDF for Novell 5.0
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A
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24Kb
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wlink2.pdf
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WanderLink and RocketPort Series Installation Notes
Installing the Server Side
Use the following procedure to install the server side of the WanderLink and RocketPort installation.
Perform this procedure from the workstation.
Note: If NetWare Connect is resident on your server, then use the Removing NetWare Connect
discussion in the Novell NetWare Connect Administration Guide.
1. Install the WanderLink server software using the WanderLink Administration Guide.
2. Install the RocketPort controller using the RocketPort Series Asynchronous I/O Device Driver
(6528) for the Novell NetWare Operating System Installation Reference Card or the Hardware
Reference Card that came with the controller.
3. Copy the AIORCKT.NLM file to the server.
4. Update the AUTOEXEC.NCF file to include WLSTART.
5. Use the RocketPort documentation (6528D) as a reference to add the following statement to the
top of the WLSTART file:
load AIORCKT port=IOADDR {node=NNN} {name=sss} {nports=PP} {fastbaud}
6. Start the WanderLink server using the WanderLink documentation.

Installing the WanderLink PC Client Side
Use the following procedure to install the server side.
1. Install the WanderLink PC client software using the WanderLink Client Pack Guide. Make sure
that you select from the range that includes from COM1 to COM4 for the COM port number during
the modem setup in the WanderLink Client screen.
2. Test the client by using the FUNKDIAL test in the WanderLink client screen under Connection
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Software Installation
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Manual PDF for Windows 2000
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A
Size Manual
364Kb
File Name
2000143a.pdf
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RocketPort and RocketModem Series Driver
Installation with Windows 2000

How to Use this Document
You can use the interactive Table of Contents to locate the information you need.
Driver Requirements
This document discusses installing and configuring the RocketPort and RocketModem device driver for the
Windows 2000 operating system. The RocketPort or RocketModem requires at least one host server running
Windows® 2000.
Note: This driver supports only one ISA adapter.
For hardware specific information or the product overview, see the Hardware Installation documentation that
is available on the Comtrol media (diskette or CD) shipped with your product or download the current version
from the ftp/web site.
Driver updates can be downloaded at no charge from the Comtrol ftp/web site. Always check the web or ftp
sites to make sure that you have the current driver and documentation. Software downloaded from the ftp/
web site are self-extracting zipped files that you must extract before installing.
Driver Features
This driver has the following features:
• Can be installed on multiple servers.
• Supports up to 128 RocketPort or RocketModem ports per server.
Note: The critical limit is the number of ports your server can support. In most applications, this is
defined by the number of RAS port supported, which is typically 256 ports per primary server.
• Allows you to inter-mix RocketPort and RocketModem ports.
Upgrading from Windows 95/98 or Windows NT
If you are upgrading from another operating system, follow these steps:
Note: Do not use the Update Driver feature in the Device Manager to upgrade the driver.
1. Remove the driver from the Windows 95/98 or Windows NT operating system following the procedures
outlined in that software installation documentation.
2. Turn off the system, remove the boards, and set them aside.
3. Upgrade your system to Windows 2000.
4. Install the adapters and turn on the system. If one is an ISA adapter, set the DIP switch. This driver
supports only one ISA adapter.
Note: If you need information about re-installing adapters, see the Hardware Installation documentation.
5. Use the Installing
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Manual PDF for Windows NT4
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RocketPort and RocketModem Series Driver
Installation with Windows 2000

How to Use this Document
You can use the interactive Table of Contents to locate the information you need.
Driver Requirements
This document discusses installing and configuring the RocketPort and RocketModem device driver for the
Windows 2000 operating system. The RocketPort or RocketModem requires at least one host server running
Windows® 2000.
Note: This driver supports only one ISA adapter.
For hardware specific information or the product overview, see the Hardware Installation documentation that
is available on the Comtrol media (diskette or CD) shipped with your product or download the current version
from the ftp/web site.
Driver updates can be downloaded at no charge from the Comtrol ftp/web site. Always check the web or ftp
sites to make sure that you have the current driver and documentation. Software downloaded from the ftp/
web site are self-extracting zipped files that you must extract before installing.
Driver Features
This driver has the following features:
• Can be installed on multiple servers.
• Supports up to 128 RocketPort or RocketModem ports per server.
Note: The critical limit is the number of ports your server can support. In most applications, this is
defined by the number of RAS port supported, which is typically 256 ports per primary server.
• Allows you to inter-mix RocketPort and RocketModem ports.
Upgrading from Windows 95/98 or Windows NT
If you are upgrading from another operating system, follow these steps:
Note: Do not use the Update Driver feature in the Device Manager to upgrade the driver.
1. Remove the driver from the Windows 95/98 or Windows NT operating system following the procedures
outlined in that software installation documentation.
2. Turn off the system, remove the boards, and set them aside.
3. Upgrade your system to Windows 2000.
4. Install the adapters and turn on the system. If one is an ISA adapter, set the DIP switch. This driver
supports only one ISA adapter.
Note: If you need information about re-installing adapters, see the Hardware Installation documentation.
5. Use the Installing
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Device Driver
Operating Systems
Novell 4.11
Version Driver
5.05
Size Driver
164Kb
File Name
1800014b.zip
Info
for Novell 4.X and 5.0 is available RocketPort/RocketModem
Novell Driver Assembly
History
20 Mar 2000 - 5.05
Updated AIORCKT.DOC

11 Feb 00 - V5.04
Update the driver to support the PCI RocketModem boards. Also added support for PCI detection by making the driver NBI aware. The FINDRCKT DOS utility has been removed and its functionality has been moved inside the driver and can be used by entering 'LOAD AIORCKT FINDPCI'. With The PCI detection now in the driver the method of loading the driver for a PCI board has been changed to 'LOAD AIORCKT PCI'. A simple terminal utility, 'RCKTTERM.NLM', has been added. It provides a way of selecting a board and a port or ports for LOOPBACK testing or a method of talking directly to a modem.
-WRD

11 Feb 99 - V5.03
Modify FINDRCKT to identify RP 4RJ, fix 32port bug.
-FABA

20 May 98 - V5.02
Recompile AIORCKT using SDK 2.0c for 3.12 compatibility. Add 56K V.90 RocketModem definitions.
Tinker with AcquirePort to reject HYPERBAUD attempts on non-HYPERBAUD (i.e., non-921) boards.
-FABA

14 Apr 98 - V5.01
NWCCON fails to complete initialization of ports associated with modems defined as 'United Kingdom' or 'United States'. Altered modem descriptions to 'UK' and 'USA'.
-FABA

1 Apr 98 - V5.00
Added international RocketModem support. Added error and info code numbers.
-FABA

9/30/97 - V4.02
This release adds support for the Ring Indicator status bit on the RocketPort Plus (921) board. It also fixes a problem with NOVELLs 'GetPortsRollCall'. It returned 0 for the 'external status' and 'changed external status' fields.
-WRD

8/13/97 - V4.01
This release is essentially the same as V4.00. It was necessary to change the revision because of the way the files are grouped when the driver is shipped. The problem was in INETCFG. It was impossible to select the HYPERBAUD option for the 921 board. This required changes to the AIORCKT.ADI file. To keep revisions straight it became necessary to rev the driver. This driver did ship on the RocketModem diskette (6550).
-WRD
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Device Driver
Operating Systems
Novell 5.0
Version Driver
5.05
Size Driver
164Kb
File Name
1800014b.zip
Info
for Novell 4.X and 5.0 is available RocketPort/RocketModem
Novell Driver Assembly
History
20 Mar 2000 - 5.05
Updated AIORCKT.DOC

11 Feb 00 - V5.04
Update the driver to support the PCI RocketModem boards. Also added support for PCI detection by making the driver NBI aware. The FINDRCKT DOS utility has been removed and its functionality has been moved inside the driver and can be used by entering 'LOAD AIORCKT FINDPCI'. With The PCI detection now in the driver the method of loading the driver for a PCI board has been changed to 'LOAD AIORCKT PCI'. A simple terminal utility, 'RCKTTERM.NLM', has been added. It provides a way of selecting a board and a port or ports for LOOPBACK testing or a method of talking directly to a modem.
-WRD

11 Feb 99 - V5.03
Modify FINDRCKT to identify RP 4RJ, fix 32port bug.
-FABA

20 May 98 - V5.02
Recompile AIORCKT using SDK 2.0c for 3.12 compatibility. Add 56K V.90 RocketModem definitions.
Tinker with AcquirePort to reject HYPERBAUD attempts on non-HYPERBAUD (i.e., non-921) boards.
-FABA

14 Apr 98 - V5.01
NWCCON fails to complete initialization of ports associated with modems defined as 'United Kingdom' or 'United States'. Altered modem descriptions to 'UK' and 'USA'.
-FABA

1 Apr 98 - V5.00
Added international RocketModem support. Added error and info code numbers.
-FABA

9/30/97 - V4.02
This release adds support for the Ring Indicator status bit on the RocketPort Plus (921) board. It also fixes a problem with NOVELLs 'GetPortsRollCall'. It returned 0 for the 'external status' and 'changed external status' fields.
-WRD

8/13/97 - V4.01
This release is essentially the same as V4.00. It was necessary to change the revision because of the way the files are grouped when the driver is shipped. The problem was in INETCFG. It was impossible to select the HYPERBAUD option for the 921 board. This required changes to the AIORCKT.ADI file. To keep revisions straight it became necessary to rev the driver. This driver did ship on the RocketModem diskette (6550).
-WRD
Company
Comtrol
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Comtrol RocketModem i PCI
Description
Device Driver
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Version Driver
4.54
Size Driver
326Kb
File Name
1800001b.exe
Info
Do NOT install this driver in a Windows XP or NT system. RocketPort/RocketModem(R) Device Driver for Windows(TM) NT2000 Operating System

For NT2000 Operating System only, not for NT4.0 or NT3.51.
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INSTALLING THE DEVICE DRIVER(PCI board)

Use the following procedure to install the device driver for
the first time with a RocketPort PCI board.

After the board is installed in the machine, when Windows NT5.0
powers up the Found New Hardware Wizard will see this new PCI
board as a PCI Simple Communications Controller. Select
search for driver files and click next. On the next sheet
select "Other Locations" to search for drivers.
You will then need to type in the path to the driver disk
or directory with the RocketPort drivers.

After the driver files are copied over, you can set the starting
com-port name by starting the Device Manager in the control panel,
select Multiport serial adapters and then
select the RocketPort card. An options sheet is available
to adjust these options.

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INSTALLING THE DEVICE DRIVER(Pass 2 - RocketModem II PCI board)

If you are installing a RocketModem II PCI board for the first
time, the Found New Hardware wizard will start a second time
after the driver for the RocketModem board has been installed.
This second pass is necessary to locate and install the modems.

Initially, the wizard will see the (first) new PCI modem as a
Conexant Compatible External PnP Modem. Select search for driver
files and click next. On the next sheet select "Other Locations"
to search for drivers. You will then need to type in the path to
the driver disk or directory with the RocketModem drivers.

The remaining modems on the RocketModem II board will be installed
automatically once the installation for the first modem is done.

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INSTALLING THE DEVICE DRIVER(ISA board)

Use the following procedure to install the device driver for
the first time with a RocketPort ISA board.

After the board is installed in the machine, run the Add Hardware
Wizard from the Windows NT5.0 control panel. Select Multiport serial
adapter to install. Then select the button.
You will need to type in the path to the driver disk or
directory with the RocketPort drivers.

The resources should be selected according to your switch
selection on the RocketPort board. The RocketPort ISA board
switch setting default from the factory are 180H io-address.

After the driver is installed, you can set the starting
com-port name by starting the Device Manager in the control panel,
select Multiport serial adapters and then select the RocketPort card.
An options sheet should be available to adjust the options.

Reboot the machine after the installation.
Company
Comtrol
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Comtrol RocketModem i PCI
Description
Device Driver
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Version Driver
1.55
Size Driver
412Kb
File Name
1800004c.exe
Info
Use this readme file to install the Comtrol(TM) Windows(R) 95/98 driver
for the following products:

* RocketPort(R) ISA and PCI series
* RocketPort 485
* RocketModem(TM)
* RocketModem i
* RocketModem II

You can install up to four RocketPort or RocketModem adapters in
one computer, including a combination of ISA and PCI RocketPort and
RocketModem adapters. See the Hardware Installation Card that came
with your product to determine specific baud rates.

NOTE: The RocketPort 8J, which features eight RJ11 connectors on
the mounting bracket, does not support full modem-control
and is not recommended for remote access use.

The RocketPort 8, which features an external interface box,
and the RocketPort Octacable, which features a fanout cable,
do support full modem control.

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PREREQUISITES

This guide assumes that you have already installed the Windows 95
or Windows 98 operating system (OS) and that you have a basic
understanding of OS operation. This product was developed and
documented using Windows 95, and tested using Windows 95 and 98.
You may need to adapt these instructions for Windows 98.

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INFORMATION AVAILABLE IN OTHER SOURCES

The following topics are not discussed in this readme file:

* Hardware installation
* Port configuration (port naming, and numbering)
* Modem configuration
* Printer configuration
* Device driver capabilities, features, and limitations
* Multiple Board installation
* Advanced Installation Options (configuring the IRQ,
installing without an IRQ, and changing I/O addresses)
* Advanced Board Options (Stay Resident, Scan Rate, and baud
baud rate mapping)

If you do not have a current copy of the Software Installation
and Configuratin Guide or the latest driver, you can download
these files from the Comtrol web (http://www.comtrol.com) or
ftp (ftp://ftp.comtrol.com) sites.

ALWAYS CHECK THE WEB OR FTP SITE TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE THE
CURRENT DRIVER AND DOCUMENTATION.
Company
Comtrol
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Comtrol RocketModem i PCI
Description
Device Driver
Operating Systems
Windows 98
Version Driver
1.55
Size Driver
412Kb
File Name
1800004c.exe
Info
Use this readme file to install the Comtrol(TM) Windows(R) 95/98 driver
for the following products:

* RocketPort(R) ISA and PCI series
* RocketPort 485
* RocketModem(TM)
* RocketModem i
* RocketModem II

You can install up to four RocketPort or RocketModem adapters in
one computer, including a combination of ISA and PCI RocketPort and
RocketModem adapters. See the Hardware Installation Card that came
with your product to determine specific baud rates.

NOTE: The RocketPort 8J, which features eight RJ11 connectors on
the mounting bracket, does not support full modem-control
and is not recommended for remote access use.

The RocketPort 8, which features an external interface box,
and the RocketPort Octacable, which features a fanout cable,
do support full modem control.

-------------------------------------------------------------------
PREREQUISITES

This guide assumes that you have already installed the Windows 95
or Windows 98 operating system (OS) and that you have a basic
understanding of OS operation. This product was developed and
documented using Windows 95, and tested using Windows 95 and 98.
You may need to adapt these instructions for Windows 98.

-------------------------------------------------------------------
INFORMATION AVAILABLE IN OTHER SOURCES

The following topics are not discussed in this readme file:

* Hardware installation
* Port configuration (port naming, and numbering)
* Modem configuration
* Printer configuration
* Device driver capabilities, features, and limitations
* Multiple Board installation
* Advanced Installation Options (configuring the IRQ,
installing without an IRQ, and changing I/O addresses)
* Advanced Board Options (Stay Resident, Scan Rate, and baud
baud rate mapping)

If you do not have a current copy of the Software Installation
and Configuratin Guide or the latest driver, you can download
these files from the Comtrol web (http://www.comtrol.com) or
ftp (ftp://ftp.comtrol.com) sites.

ALWAYS CHECK THE WEB OR FTP SITE TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE THE
CURRENT DRIVER AND DOCUMENTATION.
Company
Comtrol
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Comtrol RocketModem i PCI
Description
Device Driver
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Version Driver
4.39
Size Driver
472Kb
File Name
1800011d.exe
Info
Do NOT install this driver in Windows 2000/XP operating systems RocketPort(R)/RocketModem(TM) Series Device Driver
for the Windows NT(R) operating system

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DOCUMENT SCOPE AND LIMITS

Use this readme file to install the Comtrol Windows NT driver for
the following products:

* RocketPort ISA and PCI series
* RocketPort 485
* RocketPort 422
* RocketPort Plus
* RocketModem
* RocketModem i
* RocketModemII

For more information about hardware-specific topics, see the
documentation packaged with each Comtrol hardware product.

NOTE: The RocketPort 8J, which features eight RJ11 connectors on
the mounting bracket, does not support full modem-control
and is not recommended for remote access use.

The RocketPort 8, which features an external interface box,
and the RocketPort Octacable, which features a fanout
cable, do support full modem control.

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INSTALLATION PREREQUISITES

1. This guide assumes that you have already installed the
Windows NT operating system (OS) and that you understand
OS operation. This product was developed and tested
using Windows NT Release 3.51, Windows NT Release 4.0,
BackOffice 4.0, Terminal Server 4.0, and Citrix WinFrame
Release 1.7.

These instructions are based on Windows NT Release 4.0.
If you are using another version, adapt the instructions
as needed.

2. You must have at least one RocketPort or RocketModem
adapter installed before installing this driver. See the
hardware documentation for more information.

3. If you are using NT 3.51 or an early version of NT 4.0
with no service packs applied, and using the
RocketPort/RocketModem adapter to provide dial-in (RAS)
access to the NT server, verify that NetBEUI is installed
before installing RAS.

Under NT 4.0, RAS will not work properly unless you have
at least Service Pack 3 applied. For more information
about service packs and updates, contact Microsoft.

4. If you are installing the RocketPort/RocketModem in a
server without an existing network adapter (NIC), you
must install network services and the Microsoft Loopback
Adapter software first. See the Microsoft documentation
for more information.

5. Finally, if you are upgrading from an earlier version of
the RocketPort/RocketModem device driver software, you
must remove the old software before installing this new
version. DO NOT use the Update option.
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