Olicom OC-2335
@6447.adf  Fast Ethernet MCA 10/100 
OC2335 Fast Ethernet MCA 10/100 

AN-995.pdf   DP83800 Software Programmers Guide
DP83840A.pdf   DP83840A 10/100 Mb/s Ethernet Physical Layer
Linux Driver Alfred Arnold bangs another Linux driver out again 
Olicom 2335 Page at Olicom 

oc2335-1.exe Setup Disk Version V01.0 
oc2335-3.exe Drivers Version V01.0 
oc2335-4.exe Diagnostics Version V01.0 
oc2733.exe Flash RPL Version V1.1 

ocaiw.exe AIW Version 4.13 
ethdiag.exe Diagnostics Version 1.21 
oce3xmp.exe Windows NT NDIS 3.00 miniport Version 1.10 
oce3xmp.exe Windows 95 NDIS 3.00 miniport Version 1.10 
oce3odi3.exe Novell 3.x LAN Driver Version 1.07 
oce3odi4.exe Novell 4.x LAN Driver Version 1.05 
oc3xnd2.exe  DOS NDIS 2.0 Version 1.06 
oce3xdos.exe DOS ODI Version 1.07 
oce3x2n2.exe OS/2 NDIS 2.0 Version 1.06 
oce3xos2.exe OS/2 ODI Version 1.04 

Alfred Looks at One (Chip Stuff)
ADF Sections

OC2335 Fast Ethernet MCA 10/100

  There are NO silkscreened component IDs on the PCB. NONE whatsoever.

OC-2729 Boot PROM Kit for RPL 

Further OC-2335 Chip Stuff
Alfred Arnold said:
   Turns out that the Olicom uses the really cheesy National DP83800 controller chip.  Has an ISA style interface, no DMA, just plain PIO data transfer.  Tx and Rx buffers are integrated, but 3K Tx buffer and 5K Rx buffer is a joke for a 100Mbit card...now I know why our hardware guys here opted for the SMSC and added 128K buffer space to it (and that was just an ISDN access router).
   Given that Olicom didn't add any 'magic glue' between the NIC and the
Microchannel bus, the data sheet should be sufficient for writing a driver
and we don't need Olicom's help.  Though the sheet was not available on
National's site any more, our hardware guys still had a copy of the PDF
file.  This PDF file has a footer that says 'National Semiconductor
Confidental - Do Not Copy'...whatever that means for us...

AdapterID 6447 Olicom Ethernet MCA 10/100 Adapter

I/O Address Location
   <Choice "0 =  200h"  (IO 0200-021F)>, 1 = 240 (0240-025F), 2 = 280 (0280-029F), 3 = 2C0 (02C0-02DF), 4 = 300 (0300-031F), 5 = 340 (0340-035F), 6 = 380 (0380-039F), 7 = 3C0 (03C0-03DF)

RPL Address location
   There are 8 possible 16K blocks of PC memory that can be assigned for accessing the RPL area of the ethernet network adapter.
  <"RPL Disabled">, C000-C3FF (C000-C3FF), C400-C7FF (C400-C7FF),  C800-CBFF (C800-CBFF), CC00-CFFF (CC00-CFFFF), D0000-D3FF (D000-D3FF), D400-D7FF (D400-D7FF), D800-DBFF (D800-DBFF), DC00-DFFF (DC00-DFFF)

Interrupt Level
  <"Interrupt 2">, 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 15

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