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NDIS_WWAN_VISIBLE_PROVIDERS structure

The NDIS_WWAN_VISIBLE_PROVIDERS structure represents a list of visible providers and the number of providers in the list.

Syntax


typedef struct _NDIS_WWAN_VISIBLE_PROVIDERS {
  NDIS_OBJECT_HEADER Header;
  WWAN_STATUS        uStatus;
  WWAN_LIST_HEADER   VisibleListHeader;
} NDIS_WWAN_VISIBLE_PROVIDERS, *PNDIS_WWAN_VISIBLE_PROVIDERS;

Members

Header

The header with type, revision, and size information about the NDIS_WWAN_VISIBLE_PROVIDERS structure. The MB Service sets the header with the values that are shown in the following table when it sends the data structure to the miniport driver for set operations. Miniport drivers must set the header with the same values when they send the data structure to the MB service.

Header submemberValue

Type

NDIS_OBJECT_TYPE_DEFAULT

Revision

NDIS_WWAN_VISIBLE_PROVIDERS_REVISION_1

Size

sizeof(NDIS_WWAN_VISIBLE_PROVIDERS)

 

For more information about these members, see NDIS_OBJECT_HEADER.

uStatus

A miniport driver must set this to WWAN_STATUS_SUCCESS for successful execution of query to the OID_WWAN_VISIBLE_PROVIDER.

The following table shows the other possible error status codes (other members need not be updated by miniport driver).

ValueMeaning

WWAN_STATUS_PIN_REQUIRED

Device requires PIN value input.

WWAN_STATUS_FAILURE

Unable to get visible list.

WWAN_STATUS_SIM_NOT_INSERTED

A SIM card is not inserted in the device.

WWAN_STATUS_PROVIDERS_NOT_FOUND

No providers are found. Device seems to be in no network coverage.

WWAN_STATUS_BUSY

The device is busy and unable to scan. This can happen if the device does a destructive scan (for example, a scan may result in current registered state or PDP activation to be changed to deregister or PDP deactivation).

WWAN_STATUS_RADIO_POWER_OFF

Unable to scan. Radio is switched off.

WWAN_STATUS_SERVICE_NOT_ACTIVATED

Service activation has failed. Subscription has expired. Device does not allow scanning.

 

VisibleListHeader

A formatted WWAN_LIST_HEADER object that represents a list of visible providers and the number of providers in the list.

This member points to the list of WWAN_PROVIDER2 structures that use the WWAN_LIST_HEADER structure. WwanDataClass flags describe the presence of the specific data access technology and can be set to any combination according to the availability of the data-classes

Requirements

Version

Available in Windows 7 and later versions of Windows.

Header

Ndiswwan.h (include Ndiswwan.h)

See also

NDIS_OBJECT_HEADER
WWAN_LIST_HEADER

 

 

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