INTERFACE_TIMESTAMP_CONFIG_CHANGE_CALLBACK callback function (iphlpapi.h)

A callback function that you implement in your app in order to be notified of changes to the timestamp capabilities of a network adapter. Pass a pointer to your implementation when you call RegisterInterfaceTimestampConfigChange.

For more info, and code examples, see Packet timestamping.

Syntax

INTERFACE_TIMESTAMP_CONFIG_CHANGE_CALLBACK InterfaceTimestampConfigChangeCallback;

void InterfaceTimestampConfigChangeCallback(
  PVOID CallerContext
)
{...}

Parameters

CallerContext

Type: _In_ PVOID

The caller-allocated context that you passed to RegisterInterfaceTimestampConfigChange, or NULL if you didn't pass a context.

Return value

None

Requirements

   
Target Platform Windows
Header iphlpapi.h

See also

Packet timestamping