The Native 802.11 Wireless LAN interface is deprecated in Windows 10 and later. Please use the WLAN Device Driver Interface (WDI) instead. For more information about WDI, see WLAN Universal Windows driver model.
Some of the Native 802.11 Operational object identifiers (OIDs) are used to reference Native 802.11 Operational management information base (MIB) objects.
The following table lists the Native 802.11 Operational OID name and the corresponding Native 802.11 Operational MIB object name. For more information about a Native 802.11 Operational MIB object, refer to the topic for the specific Native 802.11 Operational OID.
|Native 802.11 Operational OID name||Native 802.11 Operational MIB object name|
Unless a Native 802.11 Operational MIB object defines a specific default value, the Native 802.11 miniport driver defines its own default value for the MIB object.
When the miniport driver receives an OID_DOT11_RESET_REQUEST method request, the miniport driver must reset a Native 802.11 Operational MIB object to its default value under the following conditions:
- When MIB values for the MAC and/or PHY are reset to their default values only if bSetDefaultMIB is set to TRUE.
- When MAC or PHY values are affected by the value of the dot11ResetType member. For more information, refer to the topic for the specific Native 802.11 Operational OID.