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NetAdapterCx is preview only in Windows 10, version 1903.
Retrieves the identifier associated with a transmit queue.
ULONG NetTxQueueInitGetQueueId( NETTXQUEUE_INIT *NetTxQueueInit );
A pointer to a NetAdapterCx-allocated NETTXQUEUE_INIT structure. For more information, see the Remarks section.
Returns a ULONG that identifies a transmit queue.
The client driver receives a pointer to a NETTXQUEUE_INIT structure in its EVT_NET_ADAPTER_CREATE_TXQUEUE callback function.
Starting with zero, NetAdapterCx assigns an unique identifier value for each queue that it creates. The client driver specifies the number of transmit queues that the network adapter supports in the MaximumNumberOfQueues member of the NET_ADAPTER_TX_CAPABILITIES structure, which is initialized and passed to NetAdapterSetDataPathCapabilities when starting a net adapter. Identifier values range from zero to the value of
(((MaxNumber of TxQueues) + (MaxNumber of RxQueues)) - 1).
|Minimum KMDF version||1.21|
|Header||nettxqueue.h (include netadaptercx.h)|