Invisible LAN Ultra Server
Invisible LAN Ultra Server is a high-performance 32-bit file
server. It is intended for dedicated server applications, where
the highest possible performance is required. Ultra Server's main
- Written in 32-bit, protected-mode code.
- Caches all drives in the system, including CD-ROMs, SCSI
drives, bus master drives, etc.
- Supports very large numbers of open files and record
locks, and very large cache memory.
- Uses multitasking so multiple users can access data
- Uses DOS for disk accesses, so it is compatible with all
DOS device drivers.
Ultra Server is an add-on to the
Invisible LAN operating system for DOS and Windows 3.X. Before
installing Ultra Server, you must install the Invisible LAN
operating system for DOS and Windows 3.X.
Note: Ultra Server cannot run on the same computer with
Windows 3.X or Windows 95. However, workstations running Windows
3.X or Windows 95 can access files located on a computer running
here to download ILULTRA.ZIP (35K).
- Unzip ILULTRA.ZIP directly into your NET30 disk
directory. (The NET30 directory is the directory where
the Invisible LAN operating system is installed.) For
example, with PKUNZIP you could use the following
PKUNZIP -d ILULTRA C:\NET30\
Notice the -d parameter. This tells
PKUNZIP to use the subdirectory information in the ZIP
Our On-Line Manuals
section contains two manuals that describe Ultra Server:
- The "Invisible LAN Installation" manual
explains how to use SETUP30 (the Invisible LAN setup
program) to install and configure Ultra Server.
- The "Invisible LAN DOS User Manual" describes
how to control Ultra Server.
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