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WWAN_REGISTER_STATE enumeration

The WWAN_REGISTER_STATE enumeration lists the different provider network registration states that are supported by the MB device.

Syntax


typedef enum _WWAN_REGISTER_STATE { 
  WwanRegisterStateUnknown       = 0,
  WwanRegisterStateDeregistered,
  WwanRegisterStateSearching,
  WwanRegisterStateHome,
  WwanRegisterStateRoaming,
  WwanRegisterStatePartner,
  WwanRegisterStateDenied,
  WwanRegisterStateMax
} WWAN_REGISTER_STATE, *PWWAN_REGISTER_STATE;

Constants

WwanRegisterStateUnknown

The current registration state is unknown. The miniport driver may specify this state on a failure to set an appropriate WwanRegisterActionXxx.

WwanRegisterStateDeregistered

The device is not registered and is not searching for network providers.

WwanRegisterStateSearching

The device is searching for a network provider.

WwanRegisterStateHome

The device is using the home network provider.

WwanRegisterStateRoaming

The device is using a network provider that supports roaming.

WwanRegisterStatePartner

The device is using a roaming network partner.

WwanRegisterStateDenied

Registration of the device on visible networks has been denied. However, emergency voice calls may still be made. This value applies only to voice connections, and not to data connections.

WwanRegisterStateMax

The total number of supported registration states.

Remarks

The current registration state is typically reflected in the device's user interface.

The WwanRegisterStatePartner value indicates that the device is roaming on a preferred partner network, whereas WwanRegisterStateRoaming value indicates that the device is just roaming. If the partner characterization of the roaming state is not available, the miniport driver should report WwanRegisterStateRoaming.

Requirements

Version

Available in Windows 7 and later versions of Windows.

Header

Wwan.h (include Wwan.h)

See also

WWAN_REGISTRATION_STATE

 

 

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