[The TCP chimney offload feature is deprecated and should not be used.]
A protocol driver or intermediate driver calls the NdisTerminateOffload function to terminate the offload of one or more state objects
void NdisTerminateOffload( IN NDIS_HANDLE NdisBindingHandle, IN OUT PNDIS_PROTOCOL_OFFLOAD_BLOCK_LIST OffloadBlockList );
The handle that NDIS provided at the NdisBindingHandle parameter of NdisOpenAdapterEx. This handle identifies the binding between the caller and the underlying intermediate driver or offload target.
A pointer to an NDIS_PROTOCOL_OFFLOAD_BLOCK_LIST structure that can be a stand-alone structure or the root of a linked list of such structures. These structures identify the offloaded state objects that are being terminated.
An intermediate driver calls the NdisTerminateOffload function to propagate a terminate offload operation that was initiated by the host stack. For more information, see Propagating State-Manipulation Operations.
From the NDIS_MINIPORT_OFFLOAD_BLOCK_LIST structure that was passed to its MiniportTerminateOffload function, the intermediate driver constructs an NDIS_PROTOCOL_OFFLOAD_BLOCK_LIST structure. For more information, see Reusing an NDIS_MINIPORT_OFFLOAD_BLOCK_LIST Structure. The intermediate driver passes a pointer (the OffloadBlockList parameter) to this NDIS_PROTOCOL_OFFLOAD_BLOCK_LIST structure when calling the NdisTerminateOffload function.
|Header||ndischimney.h (include Ndischimney.h)|
See AlsoNDIS_MINIPORT_OFFLOAD_BLOCK_LIST NDIS_PROTOCOL_OFFLOAD_BLOCK_LIST NdisMTerminateOffloadComplete ProtocolTerminateOffloadComplete