The NdisMCmOidRequest function sends an OID request from a miniport call manager (MCM) driver to a CoNDIS client.
NDIS_STATUS NdisMCmOidRequest( NDIS_HANDLE NdisAfHandle, NDIS_HANDLE NdisVcHandle, NDIS_HANDLE NdisPartyHandle, PNDIS_OID_REQUEST NdisOidRequest );
A handle that identifies the address family (AF), and implicitly the client, that the OID request is directed to. The MCM driver originally obtained this handle as an input parameter to its ProtocolCmOpenAf function.
A handle that identifies the virtual connection (VC) that the caller is requesting or setting information for, if the request is VC-specific. Otherwise, if this request is not VC-specific, this parameter is NULL. For any VC-specific request, the caller originally obtained this handle either when it created the VC with the NdisMCmCreateVc function, or as an input parameter to its ProtocolCoCreateVc function.
A handle that identifies the party on a multipoint VC that the caller is requesting or setting information for, if the request is party-specific. Otherwise, if this request is not party-specific, this parameter is NULL. For any party-specific request, the MCM driver originally obtained this handle as an input parameter to its ProtocolCmAddParty function.
A pointer to a caller-allocated buffer that contains an NDIS_OID_REQUEST structure.
NdisMCmOidRequest returns one of the following values:
||The request operation completed successfully.|
||The request is being handled asynchronously, and NDIS will call the caller's ProtocolCoOidRequestComplete function when the request is completed.|
||The OID_XXX code that was specified in the Oid member of the NDIS_OID_REQUEST structure at the OidRequest parameter is invalid or unsupported by the underlying driver.|
||The value that was specified in the InformationBufferLength member of the NDIS_OID_REQUEST structure at OidRequest does not match the requirements for the given OID_XXX code. If the information buffer is too small, the BytesNeeded member of NDIS_OID_REQUEST contains the correct value for InformationBufferLength, when NdisMCmOidRequest returns.|
||The data that was supplied at InformationBuffer in the given NDIS_OID_REQUEST structure was invalid for the given OID_XXX code.|
||The client driver does not support the requested operation.|
||The request could not be satisfied because of a resource shortage. Usually, this return value indicates that an attempt to allocate memory was unsuccessful, but it does not necessarily indicate that the same request, if submitted later, will fail for the same reason.|
||This value typically is a nonspecific default that is returned when none of the more specific NDIS_STATUS_XXX status codes applies.|
||The target driver stopped processing the request.|
To initiate OID requests to CoNDIS clients, MCM drivers call the NdisMCmOidRequest function. Before an MCM driver calls NdisMCmOidRequest, the driver allocates memory for its request and initializes an NDIS_OID_REQUEST structure. The MCM sets the Oid member of the NDIS_OID_REQUEST structure with a CoNDIS OID code.
An MCM driver can call NdisMCmOidRequest to communicate connection-oriented information, such as a change in addresses to the client that the NdisAfHandle parameter identifies.
After the MCM calls NdisMCmOidRequest, NDIS calls the ProtocolCoOidRequest function of the client.
If the MCM driver's request is VC-specific or party-specific, the MCM driver also passes a non-NULL value at the NdisVcHandle or NdisPartyHandle parameter, respectively.
If NdisMCmOidRequest returns NDIS_STATUS_PENDING, the request is being handled asynchronously and NDIS will call the MCM's ProtocolCoOidRequestComplete function when the request is completed. If NdisMCmOidRequest returns any other status, the request is complete when NdisMCmOidRequest returns and NDIS does not call ProtocolCoOidRequestComplete.
For more information about the OIDs that are defined to use with NdisMCmOidRequest, see NDIS OIDs.
|Minimum supported client||Supported in NDIS 6.0 and later.|
|Header||ndis.h (include Ndis.h)|
|DDI compliance rules||Irql_MCM_Function|