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Wireless Ad Hoc Interfaces

The wireless ad hoc programming interface is composed of the following interfaces.

Interface NameDescription
IDot11AdHocInterface Represents a wireless network interface card (NIC).
IDot11AdHocInterfaceNotificationSink Defines the notifications supported by IDot11AdHocInterface.
IDot11AdHocManager Creates and manages 802.11 ad hoc networks.
IDot11AdHocManagerNotificationSink Defines the notifications supported by the IDot11AdHocManager interface.
IDot11AdHocNetwork Represents an available ad hoc network destination within connection range.
IDot11AdHocNetworkNotificationSink Defines the notifications supported by the IDot11AdHocNetwork interface.
IDot11AdHocSecuritySettings Specifies the security settings for a wireless ad hoc network.
IEnumDot11AdHocInterfaces Represents the collection of currently visible 802.11 ad hoc network interfaces.
IEnumDot11AdHocNetworks Represents the collection of currently visible 802.11 ad hoc networks.
IEnumDot11AdHocSecuritySettings Represents the collection of security settings associated with each visible wireless ad hoc network.

 

Note  Ad hoc mode might not be available in future versions of Windows. Starting with Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2, use Wi-Fi Direct instead.

 

 

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