PPP_PROJECTION_INFO structure

The PPP_PROJECTION_INFO structure contains information obtained during Point-to-Point (PPP) negotiation for Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP), Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP), and Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP).

Syntax


typedef struct _PPP_PROJECTION_INFO {
  DWORD   dwIPv4NegotiationError;
  WCHAR   wszAddress[IPADDRESSLEN + 1];
  WCHAR   wszRemoteAddress[IPADDRESSLEN + 1];
  DWORD   dwIPv4Options;
  DWORD   dwIPv4RemoteOptions;
  ULONG64 IPv4SubInterfaceIndex;
  DWORD   dwIPv6NegotiationError;
  BYTE    bInterfaceIdentifier[8];
  BYTE    bRemoteInterfaceIdentifier[8];
  BYTE    bPrefix[8];
  DWORD   dwPrefixLength;
  ULONG64 IPv6SubInterfaceIndex;
  DWORD   dwLcpError;
  DWORD   dwAuthenticationProtocol;
  DWORD   dwAuthenticationData;
  DWORD   dwRemoteAuthenticationProtocol;
  DWORD   dwRemoteAuthenticationData;
  DWORD   dwLcpTerminateReason;
  DWORD   dwLcpRemoteTerminateReason;
  DWORD   dwLcpOptions;
  DWORD   dwLcpRemoteOptions;
  DWORD   dwEapTypeId;
  DWORD   dwRemoteEapTypeId;
  DWORD   dwCcpError;
  DWORD   dwCompressionAlgorithm;
  DWORD   dwCcpOptions;
  DWORD   dwRemoteCompressionAlgorithm;
  DWORD   dwCcpRemoteOptions;
} PPP_PROJECTION_INFO, *PPP_PROJECTION_INFO;

Members

dwIPv4NegotiationError

A value that specifies the result of PPP IPv4 Network control protocol negotiation. A value of zero indicates Ipv4 has been negotiated successfully. A nonzero value indicates failure, and is the fatal error that occurred during the control protocol negotiation.

wszAddress

An array that contains a Unicode string that specifies the IPv4 address of the local client. This string has the form "a.b.c.d". wszAddress is valid only if dwIPv4NegotiationError is zero.

wszRemoteAddress

An array that contains a Unicode string that specifies the IPv4 address of the remote server. This string has the form "a.b.c.d". wszRemoteAddress is valid only if dwIPv4NegotiationError is zero. If the address is not available, this member is an empty string.

dwIPv4Options

A value that specifies IPCP options for the local client.

ValueMeaning
PPP_IPCP_VJ

Indicates that IP datagrams sent by the local client are compressed using Van Jacobson compression.

 

dwIPv4RemoteOptions

A value that specifies IPCP options for the remote server.

ValueMeaning
PPP_IPCP_VJ

Indicates that IP datagrams sent by the remote server (that is, received by the local computer) are compressed using Van Jacobson compression.

 

IPv4SubInterfaceIndex

A value that specifies the IPv4 subinterface index corresponding to the connection on the server.

dwIPv6NegotiationError

A value that specifies the result of PPP IPv6 Network control protocol negotiation. A value of zero indicates Ipv6 has been negotiated successfully. A nonzero value indicates failure, and is the fatal error that occurred during the control protocol negotiation.

bInterfaceIdentifier

An array that specifies the 64-bit IPv6 interface identifier of the client. The last 64 bits of a 128-bit IPv6 internet address are considered the "interface identifier," which provides a strong level of uniqueness for the preceding 64-bits. bInterfaceIdentifier is valid only if dwIPv6NegotiationError is zero and must not be zero.

bRemoteInterfaceIdentifier

An array that specifies the 64-bit IPv6 interface identifier of the server. The last 64 bits of a 128-bit IPv6 internet address are considered the "interface identifier," which provides a strong level of uniqueness for the preceding 64-bits. bInterfaceIdentifier is valid only if dwIPv6NegotiationError is zero and must not be zero.

bPrefix

A value that specifies the client interface IPv6 address prefix.

dwPrefixLength

A value that specifies the length, in bits, of bPrefix.

IPv6SubInterfaceIndex

A value that specifies the IPv6 subinterface index corresponding to the connection on the server.

dwLcpError

A value that specifies the result of PPP LCP negotiation. A value of zero indicates LCP has been negotiated successfully. A nonzero value indicates failure, and is the fatal error that occurred during the control protocol negotiation.

dwAuthenticationProtocol

A value that specifies the authentication protocol used to authenticate the local client. This member can be one of the following values.

ValueMeaning
PPP_LCP_PAP

Password Authentication Protocol.

PPP_LCP_CHAP

Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol.

PPP_LCP_EAP

Extensible Authentication Protocol.

 

dwAuthenticationData

A value that specifies additional information about the authentication protocol specified by dwAuthenticationProtocol. This member can be one of the following values:

ValueMeaning
PPP_LCP_CHAP_MD5

MD5 CHAP

PPP_LCP_CHAP_MS

Microsoft CHAP.

PPP_LCP_CHAP_MSV2

Microsoft CHAP version 2.

 

dwRemoteAuthenticationProtocol

A value that specifies the authentication protocol used to authenticate the remote server. dwAuthenticationProtocol and dwRemoteAuthenticationProtocol will differ when demand dial uses different authentication protocols on the client and server. This member can be one of the following values:

ValueMeaning
PPP_LCP_PAP

Password Authentication Protocol.

PPP_LCP_CHAP

Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol.

PPP_LCP_EAP

Extensible Authentication Protocol.

 

dwRemoteAuthenticationData

A value that specifies additional information about the authentication protocol specified by dwRemoteAuthenticationProtocol. dwAuthenticationData and dwRemoteAuthenticationData will differ when demand dial uses different authentication protocols on the client and server. This member can be one of the following values:

ValueMeaning
PPP_LCP_CHAP_MD5

MD5 CHAP.

PPP_LCP_CHAP_MS

Microsoft CHAP.

PPP_LCP_CHAP_MSV2

Microsoft CHAP version 2.

 

dwLcpTerminateReason

Reserved for future use. Must be zero.

dwLcpRemoteTerminateReason

Reserved for future use. Must be zero.

dwLcpOptions

A value that specifies information about LCP options in use by the local client. This member is a combination of the following flags:

ValueMeaning
PPP_LCP_MULTILINK_FRAMING

The connection is using multilink.

PPP_LCP_PFC

The connection is using Protocol Field Compression (RFC 1172).

PPP_LCP_ACFC

The connection is using Address and Control Field Compression (RFC 1172).

PPP_LCP_SSHF

The connection is using Short Sequence Number Header Format (see RFC 1990).

PPP_LCP_DES_56

The connection is using DES 56-bit encryption.

PPP_LCP_3_DES

The connection is using Triple DES Encryption.

PPP_LCP_AES_128

The connection is using 128-bit AES Encryption.

PPP_LCP_AES_256

The connection is using 256-bit AES Encryption.

 

dwLcpRemoteOptions

A value that specifies information about LCP options in use by the remote server. This member is a combination of the following flags:

ValueMeaning
PPP_LCP_MULTILINK_FRAMING

The connection is using multilink.

PPP_LCP_PFC

The connection is using Protocol Field Compression (RFC 1172).

PPP_LCP_ACFC

The connection is using Address and Control Field Compression (RFC 1172).

PPP_LCP_SSHF

The connection is using Short Sequence Number Header Format (see RFC 1990).

PPP_LCP_DES_56

The connection is using DES 56-bit encryption.

PPP_LCP_3_DES

The connection is using Triple DES Encryption.

PPP_LCP_AES_128

The connection is using 128-bit AES Encryption

PPP_LCP_AES_256

The connection is using 256-bit AES Encryption.

 

dwEapTypeId

A value that specifies the type identifier of the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) used to authenticate the local client. The value of this member is valid only if dwAuthenticationProtocol is PPP_LCP_EAP.

dwRemoteEapTypeId

A value that specifies the type identifier of the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) used to authenticate the remote server. The value of this member is valid only if dwRemoteAuthenticationProtocol is PPP_LCP_EAP.

dwCcpError

A value that specifies the result of PPP CCP negotiation. A value of zero indicates CCP has been negotiated successfully. A nonzero value indicates failure, and is the fatal error that occurred during the control protocol negotiation.

dwCompressionAlgorithm

A value that specifies the compression algorithm used by the local client. The following table shows the possible values for this member.

ValueMeaning
RASCCPCA_MPPC

Microsoft Point-to-Point Compression (MPPC) Protocol (RFC 2118).

RASCCPCA_STAC

STAC option 4 (RFC 1974).

 

dwCcpOptions

A value that specifies the compression types available on the local client. The following types are supported:

ValueMeaning
PPP_CCP_COMPRESSION

Compression without encryption.

PPP_CCP_HISTORYLESS

Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption (MPPE) in stateless mode. The session key is changed after every packet. This mode improves performance on high latency networks, or networks that experience significant packet loss.

PPP_CCP_ENCRYPTION40BITOLD

MPPE compression using 40-bit keys.

PPP_CCP_ENCRYPTION40BIT

MPPE compression using 40-bit keys.

PPP_CCP_ENCRYPTION56BIT

MPPE compression using 56-bit keys.

PPP_CCP_ENCRYPTION128BIT

MPPE compression using 128-bit keys.

 

The last three options are used when a connection is made over Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP), and the connection uses IPSec encryption.

dwRemoteCompressionAlgorithm

A value that specifies the compression algorithm used by the remote server. The following algorithms are supported:

ValueMeaning
RASCCPCA_MPPC

Microsoft Point-to-Point Compression (MPPC) Protocol ( RFC 2118).

RASCCPCA_STAC

STAC option 4 ( RFC 1974).

 

dwCcpRemoteOptions

A value that specifies the compression types available on the remote server. The following types are supported:

ValueMeaning
PPP_CCP_COMPRESSION

Compression without encryption.

PPP_CCP_HISTORYLESS

Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption (MPPE) in stateless mode. The session key is changed after every packet. This mode improves performance on high latency networks, or networks that experience significant packet loss.

PPP_CCP_ENCRYPTION40BITOLD

MPPE compression using 40-bit keys.

PPP_CCP_ENCRYPTION40BIT

MPPE compression using 40-bit keys.

PPP_CCP_ENCRYPTION56BIT

MPPE compression using 56-bit keys.

PPP_CCP_ENCRYPTION128BIT

MPPE compression using 128-bit keys.

ERROR_PPP_NOT_CONVERGING

The remote computer and RRAS could not converge on address negotiation.

 

The last three options are used when a connection is made over Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP), and the connection uses IPSec encryption.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

None supported

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008 R2 [desktop apps only]

Header

Mprapi.h

See also

Router Management Reference
Router Management Structures

 

 

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