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packet drivers for OS/2

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I'm looking for packet drivers for OS/2.
I have a 3Com EtherLink III ISA adapter (3C509B).
I've downlaoded the drivers from the net, but it doesn't include a packet driver for OS/2.
I also tried looking for drivers for a few other Network cards that I have, and none of them include a packet driver.
Only DOS packet driver seems to be included.

Are there any OS/2 packet drivers?
If so, where can I download them from?
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by:Danny Kon
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Axter

Try this FTP site for 3com OS/2 drivers

ftp://ftp.3com.com/pub/nic/ 

Don't know about this specific driver

Good-luck

Danny
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by:Danny Kon
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You can try the IBM site for other OS/2 drivers
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by:Axter
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No luck in either sites.
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by:Lowfatspread
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Is this any help ?

http://www.yale.edu/pclt/WINWORLD/PKTDRV.HTM

suggests how you can use it from a DOS session?

hth
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by:Axter
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Looks interesting.
I'll finish looking at it tomorrow, and post an update.
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Axter,

Here you can find the driver for OS/2
http://www.3com.com/products/en_US/result.jsp?selected=5&sort=effdt&sku=3C509B-COMBO&order=desc

(3c509x2.exe)

Good-Luck

Dan
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