MINIPORT_WDI_TAL_TXRX_PEER_CONFIG callback function (dot11wdi.h)

Important

This topic is part of the WDI driver model released in Windows 10. The WDI driver model is in maintenance mode and will only receive high priority fixes. WiFiCx is the Wi-Fi driver model released in Windows 11. We recommend that you use WiFiCx to take advantage of the latest features.

The MiniportWdiTalTxRxPeerConfig handler function specifies the port ID, peer ID, and peer capabilities (for example, QoS capabilities). It is invoked after the peer has associated, which involves creation of the peer object in the TAL.

This is a WDI miniport handler inside NDIS_MINIPORT_WDI_DATA_HANDLERS.

Note  You must declare the function by using the MINIPORT_WDI_TAL_TXRX_PEER_CONFIG type. For more information, see the following Examples section.
 

Syntax

MINIPORT_WDI_TAL_TXRX_PEER_CONFIG MiniportWdiTalTxrxPeerConfig;

void MiniportWdiTalTxrxPeerConfig(
  [in] TAL_TXRX_HANDLE MiniportTalTxRxContext,
  [in] WDI_PORT_ID PortId,
  [in] WDI_PEER_ID PeerId,
  [in] PWDI_TXRX_PEER_CFG pPeerCfg
)
{...}

Parameters

[in] MiniportTalTxRxContext

TAL device handle returned by the IHV miniport in MiniportWdiTalTxRxInitialize.

[in] PortId

Port ID associated with the peer.

[in] PeerId

Peer ID for the peer.

[in] pPeerCfg

Pointer to a WDI_TXRX_PEER_CFG structure that contains negotiated QoS settings.

Return value

None

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows 10
Minimum supported server Windows Server 2016
Target Platform Windows
Header dot11wdi.h

See also

NDIS_MINIPORT_WDI_DATA_HANDLERS

TAL_TXRX_HANDLE

WDI general datapath interfaces

WDI_PORT_ID

WDI_TXRX_PEER_CFG