EB920
 connects to: Zorro II
Front
Back
LAN Rover with manual and box
pre EB920 - Front
pre EB920 - back
pre EB920 - jumper detail
Wire Jumper from 8390 Chip (U18) Pin33.jpg
Wire Jumper to PAL (U6) Pin 1.jpg
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
Hi Res version, pre EB920 - Front
- 4017 x 1455, 1,428K
Hi Res version, pre EB920 - back
- 4032 x 1502, 1,520K
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.

‚ÄčAn earlier version (pre EB920) has an AUI connector in addition to the Thin Ethernet BNC connector. The card is set to AUI in the picture via Jumpers J2-J7 (set facing the back slot plate).  To switch to Thin Ethernet/BNC set Jumpers J2-J7 toward the front of the computer/toward the 8390 Ethernet chip.
Closing J8 provides +12V on the AUI connector - i.e. for an external twisted pair transceiver such as the Allied Telesys 310T.

** 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: Christian Stich, Erik Inge Bolsø, Takahasi Kasiko
Updated: 4/3/2018 . Added: 12/22/2004