LAN Rover
 (EB920)
 connects to: Zorro II
Front
Back
LAN Rover with manual and box
Hi Res Version, Front
- 1917 x 732, 314K
Hi Res Version, Back
- 1899 x 732, 293K
Closeup of left side
- 1937 x 1179, 617K
Closeup of right side
- 1992 x 1344, 669K
Image of backplate
- 1770 x 378, 118K
Type Ethernet
10Base2 (BNC & Coax, ThinNet): Yes
10Base5 (AUI & Coax, ThickNet): No
10BaseT (RJ45 & UTP): No
100BaseTX (RJ45 & UTP): No
SANA-II Driver: Yes
MNI Driver: Yes (z2-dp8390.mni) ** See Below
Other Driver: No

Full length Zorro II network card. The card has a soldered jumper to change the interrupt from 2 to 6. Also this card does not have a MAC address by default, so this must be set in the TCP/IP stack or using a piece of software called s2util . At least one of the ROM sockets is for adding a ROM containing the MAC address, the other is probably for adding a boot ROM. The early cards were called LANRover but later had to be renamed due to legal reasons.

** When using MNI drivers you must set the correct options for the MNI driver. If you have the interrupt jumper set to 2 then you must use "INT=2" if it is set to 6 then you must use "INT=6". You must also specify a MAC address in software if your particular card does not contain a MAC ROM.

Page contributors: Erik Inge Bolsø, Takahasi Kasiko
Updated: 10/12/2005 . Added: 12/22/2004