2.2.66 FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_TYPE
This enumeration is used to identify supported encryption algorithms.

typedef enum _tag_FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_TYPE { FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_NONE = 0, FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_DES = 1, FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_3DES = 2, FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_AES128 = 3, FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_AES192 = 4, FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_AES256 = 5, FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_AES_GCM128 = 6, FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_AES_GCM192 = 7, FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_AES_GCM256 = 8, FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_MAX = 9, FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_MAX_V2_0 = FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_AES_GCM128 } FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_TYPE;
FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_NONE: This value MUST be used only when no encryption is to be performed. This is a valid value. This symbolic constant has a value of 0.
FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_DES: Uses the DES algorithm for encryption. This symbolic constant has a value of 1.
FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_3DES: Uses the 3DES algorithm for encryption. This symbolic constant has a value of 2.
FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_AES128: Uses the AES algorithm with a 128bit key size for encryption. This symbolic constant has a value of 3.
FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_AES192: Uses the AES algorithm with a 192bit key size for encryption. This symbolic constant has a value of 4.
FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_AES256: Uses the AES algorithm with a 256bit key size for encryption. This symbolic constant has a value of 5.
FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_AES_GCM128: Uses the AESGCM algorithm with a 128bit key size for encryption. This symbolic constant has a value of 6.
FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_AES_GCM192: Uses the AESGCM algorithm with a 192bit key size for encryption. This symbolic constant has a value of 7.
FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_AES_GCM256: Uses the AESGCM algorithm with a 256bit key size for encryption. This symbolic constant has a value of 8.
FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_MAX: This value and values that exceed this value are not valid and MUST NOT be used. It is defined for simplicity in writing IDL definitions and code. This symbolic constant has a value of 9.
FW_CRYPTO_ENCRYPTION_MAX_V2_0: For schema version 0x0200, this value and values that exceed this value are not valid and MUST NOT be used by servers and clients with schema version 0x0200 and earlier. It is defined for simplicity in writing IDL definitions and describing semantic checks against policy schema versions of 0x0200. This symbolic constant has a value of 6.