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How can I identify my NAM? by hawkflorida
Posted: 13 Jul 02 (Edited 12 Nov 02)

The following identification table is useful.  It can help in identifying problems for troubleshooting and upgrades.



NAM 1

NAME ON PLASTICS           Applications Module
IBM NAME                   Batcave
MANUFACTURE DATE           May 95-Apr 97
INTERNAL SERIAL NUMBER     7 digits
PROCESSOR                  486-33 Mhz
PROCESSOR LAYOUT           Backplane
PROCESSOR LED, PORT 80     None
SLOTS                      8 ISA
HARD DRIVE LED             None
HARD DRIVE SPACE           270, 540 MB
HARD DRIVE PARTITIONS      1
POWER SUPPLY LOCATION      Top
MEMORY SLOTS               4 SIMMs
MEMORY INSTALLED           8 on Mod 2/4, 16 Meg on Mod 6/8
VERSION                    NVM 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3
MODEM                      14.4k starting Jun 96
WARP VER                   2.11 then 3.0 in Jun 96
VOICE CARD                 DVC
ON BOARD NIC               No

NAM 2

NAME ON PLASTICS           Applications Module II
IBM NAME                   Riddler
MANUFACTURE DATE           Apr 97-Aug 98
INTERNAL SERIAL NUMBER     11 digits starting with 01
PROCESSOR                  Pentium 100 Mhz
PROCESSOR LAYOUT           Small Computer Board (SBC)
PROCESSOR LED, PORT 80     Red
SLOTS                      5 ISA, 1 PCI, 1 SBC, 2 shared
HARD DRIVE LED             None
HARD DRIVE SPACE           1.2, 2.1 GB
HARD DRIVE PARTITIONS      1
POWER SUPPLY LOCATION      Top
MEMORY SLOTS               4 SIMMs
MEMORY INSTALLED           8 on Mod 2/4, 16 Meg on Sept 97
VERSION                    NVM 2.0,2.1,3.0
MODEM                      14.4k then 56k Apr 98
WARP VER                   3.0
VOICE CARD                 DVC & MSBIC
ON BOARD NIC               No

NAM 2G

NAME ON PLASTICS           Applications Module
IBM NAME                   Riddler
MANUFACTURE DATE           Aug 98-Oct 99
INTERNAL SERIAL NUMBER     11 digits starting with 01
PROCESSOR                  Pentium 100 Mhz
PROCESSOR LAYOUT           SBC
PROCESSOR LED, PORT 80     Red
SLOTS                      2 ISA, 1 SBC, 2 shared
HARD DRIVE LED             1
HARD DRIVE SPACE           2.1 GB
HARD DRIVE PARTITIONS      1
POWER SUPPLY LOCATION      Bottom right
MEMORY SLOTS               4 SIMMs
MEMORY INSTALLED           16 Meg
VERSION                    NVM 3.0, 4.0
MODEM                      56k
WARP VER                   3.0
VOICE CARD                 MSBIC
ON BOARD NIC               As of Jan 99 (DEC2114)

NAM 3G

NAME ON PLASTICS           Applications Module
IBM NAME                   Gotham
MANUFACTURE DATE           Oct 99-Present
INTERNAL SERIAL NUMBER     11 digits starting with 03
PROCESSOR                  AMD K6 300/166 Mhz
PROCESSOR LAYOUT           SBC
PROCESSOR LED, PORT 80     Green
SLOTS                      2 ISA, 1 SBC, 2 Shared
HARD DRIVE LED             2 (1 on top, 1 on Port 80)
HARD DRIVE SPACE           2.1 GB
HARD DRIVE PARTITIONS      1 the 3 in Dec 99
POWER SUPPLY LOCATION      Bottom right
MEMORY SLOTS               2 DIMMS
MEMORY INSTALLED           32 Meg
VERSION                    NVM 4.0
MODEM                      56k then 14.4 virtual Dec 99
WARP VER                   3.0 then 4.0 Dec 99
VOICE CARD                 MSBIC
ON BOARD NIC               Yes(SIS900)

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