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Fetches and prints the network serial number under Novell Netware 3.11

TITLE "NetWare serial number routine"
; Net_SN.Asm
;
; I've tested this code with Netware 386 version 3.11,
; but it may also work with 2.15.  It wasn't documented
; for 2.15, but it may still have existed.                                                           
;

  .MODEL SMALL

 .STACK 100h
 .DATA
AAMn macro num
  db 0d4h, num
endm

STDOUT    = 1   ; handle for stdout

    SNREQBUFF struc
    MyLength    DW  1       ; request structure length - 2
    Function    DB  12h     ; function number of GetNetworkSerialNumber
    SNREQBUFF ends

    SNREPLYBUFF struc
    MyLength    DW  6       ; reply structure length - 2
    NetSN       DD  0       ; network serial number in big endian packed BCD
    AppNumber   DW  0       ; Application number in same format
    SNREPLYBUFF ends

    U_Request SNREQBUFF    <>
    U_Reply   SNREPLYBUFF  <>
    SerialNum  DB  "00000000",0dh, 0ah
    SerialLen  = $ - SerialNum

 .CODE
;
; Test code gets network serial number and prints it to stdout
;
Start:
  mov  ax,@data
  mov  ds,ax                ; set up the data segment
  call NetworkSN
Exit:
  mov  ah,04ch              ; return with error code preset in AL
  int  21h

;
; here's the Network stuff
;
NetworkSN proc
    push    ds
    push    si
    push    di
    push    es
    push    dx
    push    cx

    lea     si,[U_Request]      ; prepare to request data
    lea     di,[U_Reply  ]      ; prepare to receive data
    mov     ax,ds
    mov     es,ax
    mov     ah,0e3h             ; Get File Server Serial Number
    int     21h
    jc      @@NoMore

    lea     si,[U_Reply.NetSN]  ; point ds:si at binary data
    lea     di,[SerialNum]      ; and point es:di at target ASCII string
    mov     cx,4                ; loop four times (once for each SN digit pair)
    cld                         ; count up

@@convbyte:
    lodsb                       ; read a byte
    AAMn    16                  ; convert to two-digit BCD in ah,al
    xchg    ah,al               ; swap so that memory image will be correct
    or      ax,3030h            ; convert both to ASCII numbers
    stosw                       ; put 'em in our table
    loop    @@convbyte

    lea     dx,[SerialNum]      ; we're going to point ds:dx to string
    mov     cx,SerialLen        ; load the length of the string
    mov     bx,STDOUT           ; print to STDOUT
    mov     ah,40h              ; DOS function to print string
    int     21h                 ; do it
    mov     al,0                ; return with appropriate error code

@@NoMore:
    pop     cx
    pop     dx
    pop     es
    pop     di
    pop     si
    pop     ds
    ret

NetworkSN endp

  END Start

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