Networking FreeDOS - ODI

  The Open Data-Link Interface (ODI), developed by Apple and Novell,
  serves the same function as Microsoft and 3Com's NDIS to provide
  Network connectivity. Originally Novell combined the driver and
  protocols together in one monolithic program, but in 1991 developed
  the ODI driver specification, which, with modification, is still in
  use today. This allows a single hardware specific driver to be written
  and used with multiple different protocols. Most manufacturers will
  write ODI drivers and Novell have many available for download.
  Configuration is fairly straightforward using a text file called

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