NDK_FN_GET_CONNECTION_DATA callback function

The NdkGetConnectionData (NDK_FN_GET_CONNECTION_DATA) function gets read limit values and the private data sent by the peer.

Syntax

NDK_FN_GET_CONNECTION_DATA NdkFnGetConnectionData;

NTSTATUS NdkFnGetConnectionData(
  NDK_CONNECTOR *pNdkConnector,
  ULONG *pInboundReadLimit,
  ULONG *pOutboundReadLimit,
  PVOID pPrivateData,
  ULONG *pPrivateDataLength
)
{...}

Parameters

pNdkConnector

pInboundReadLimit

pOutboundReadLimit

pPrivateData

A pointer to private data that is returned.

pPrivateDataLength

Return Value

The NdkGetConnectionData function returns one of the following NTSTATUS codes.

Return code Description
STATUS_SUCCESS
The operation completed successfully.
STATUS_BUFFER_TOO_SMALL
The value in the *pPrivateDataLength parameter specified a buffer size that was too small to hold the connection private data. *pPrivateDataLength is updated with the required size.
Other status codes
An error occurred.

Remarks

The NdkGetConnectionData function gets the private data sent by the peer with connect, accept, or reject requests and the effective inbound and outbound read limit values. These values are derived from the local and remote peers' requested values and the provider's maximum limits.

To access the private data and the effective inbound read limit (IRD) and outbound read limit (ORD) values from the active side, an NDK consumer can call NdkGetConnectionData for a connector object that was passed to the NDK_FN_CONNECT_EVENT_CALLBACK function.

To access the private data and effective IRD and ORD values from the passive side, the consumer can call NdkGetConnectionData for a connector object for which NDK_FN_CONNECT or NDK_FN_CONNECT_WITH_SHARED_ENDPOINT completed successfully An NDK consumer will not call this function after it calls the NDK_FN_ACCEPT function on the passive side or the NDK_FN_COMPLETE_CONNECT function on the active side.

If the pPrivateData parameter is NULL and *pPrivateDataLength is zero, an NDK provider must return STATUS_SUCCESS and store the required private data buffer size (RDS) in *pPrivateDataLength.

Note  The required private data buffer size (RDS) does not indicate that the peer has sent that much private data. The NDK consumer must, on both ends, have a common scheme to allow the receiving end to determine if there is any private data or not in the private data buffer. The RDS might be different for each connection.
 
If pPrivateData is NULL and *pPrivateDataLength is greater than zero, this is an invalid request. A consumer must never do this.

If pPrivateData is not NULL, the provider must copy the private data to the buffer at pPrivateData up to the smaller of *pPrivateDataLength or RDS in bytes.

If *pPrivateDataLength is greater than or equal to RDS, the provider must return STATUS_SUCCESS. Otherwise, the provider must return STATUS_BUFFER_TOO_SMALL. In both cases, the provider must store the RDS in *pPrivateDataLength before returning.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client None supported,Supported in NDIS 6.30 and later.
Minimum supported server Windows Server 2012
Target Platform Windows
Header ndkpi.h (include Ndkpi.h)
IRQL <=DISPATCH_LEVEL

See Also

NDK_CONNECTOR

NDK_CONNECTOR_DISPATCH