When configuring hardware devices, you may be prompted to supply
values for configuration parameters:
Custom parameters are defined by hardware manufacturers to control
specific features of their devices. Some of the more common
ones are defined here; consult your hardware documentation for
more information on these parameters.
General configuration parameters
used by many types of devices
Network ``custom'' parameters
used by some network adapters
Token-Ring network ``custom'' parameters
used by some Token-Ring network adapters
Most PCI and EISA systems can automatically
detect configuration parameters, while many ISA
systems require manual configuration. To change default
parameters, use the
for your device or the
(Device Configuration Utility).
You must use the Network Configuration Manager to
modify parameters for network adapters.
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004