|Kategorie: KCNet englisch||
|"KCNet" Software 2016/08 for ZPIO network cards|
CP/M programs with descriptions for ZPIO network cards at default I/O-address 0C0H (K1520Net or GNet):
The network programs have been translated for the standard PIO address 0C0h and can be used normally immediately. By modifying the terminal codes for screen and keyboard in the file KCNET.INC the software can be adapted within certain limits to the own hardware.
|02-08-2016 174.5 KB 311|
|"KCNet" CP/M sources 2016/08|
Last version of the "KCNet" software package with the assembler-sources for CP/M. It contains the network programs for a "KCNet" interface, read included "KCN_DESC.TXT":
Requirements for the translation:
The translation can be carried out with the help of SUBMIT.COM and one of the two sub-files.
|02-08-2016 191.5 KB 569|
|Z80 GNet network card|
Description (in German only!), circuit diagram, parts list, layout drawing, assembly diagram, assembly instructions and GAL files of the "G"eneric "Net"work card based on the "KCNet" project. This version was designed by Enrico Grämer for use in any Z80 systems.
|05-11-2011 7.04 MB 309|
|M052 hardware-module for KC85 systems|
Hardware documents of the KC85 Network & USB module M052. The archive contains the circuit diagram, part list and other files from the layout.
|01-08-2010 2.03 MB 456|
|K1520NET network card|
Circuit diagram, part list and GAL-files of the network card for K1520 bus systems. This KCNet based card contains the same network interface and a boot eeprom.
There are some pictures and a (german) description at: http://www.robotrontechnik.de/html/eigenbau/k1520nw.htm
The card recognizes WOL packets that are sent to the MAC of the card and can therefore start appropriate systems from the network.
|01-08-2010 700.1 KB 503|
|KCNet protocol 1.2|
Description of the Low-Level-Commands for the communication between Z80 system and KCNet-Interface with the PIO device driver.
|15-07-2008 22.33 KB 501|
Tool for the DOS command line in Windows, to extract PMA archives (should be placed in a PATH-Directory).
LHA-PMA [-]<command>[option][w=<dir>] archive_file [file...]
Example (unpack all archive-files to the current directory):
LHA-PMA E ARCHIV.PMA
|30-06-2000 155.84 KB 499|