Native 802.11 Miniport Driver Halt
For the most part, Native 802.11 miniport drivers follow the same guidelines for MiniportHaltEx as other NDIS miniport drivers. For more information about these guidelines, see Halting a Miniport Adapter.
In addition, the 802.11 station must do the following when the driver's MiniportHaltEx function is called:
If the 802.11 station is connected to a basic service set (BSS) network, it is recommended that the 802.11 station disconnect from the BSS before the driver returns from MiniportHaltEx.
The 802.11 station must turn off all radios on the NIC.
After the radios are turned off, the 802.11 station must not turn the radios on until the driver's MiniportInitializeEx function is called.
- Adapter States of a Miniport Driver
- Miniport Adapter States and Operations
- Native 802.11 Reset, Halt, and Shutdown Operations
Build date: 12/9/2013