NDIS_IPSEC_OFFLOAD_V1 structure

The NDIS_IPSEC_OFFLOAD_V1 structure provides Internet protocol security (IPsec) task offload information in the NDIS_OFFLOAD structure.

Note  NDIS_IPSEC_OFFLOAD_V1 is only for NDIS 6.0. For NDIS 6.1 and later, use NDIS_IPSEC_OFFLOAD_V2.

Syntax


typedef struct _NDIS_IPSEC_OFFLOAD_V1 {
  struct {
    ULONG Encapsulation;
    ULONG AhEspCombined;
    ULONG TransportTunnelCombined;
    ULONG IPv4Options;
    ULONG Flags;
  } Supported;
  struct {
    ULONG Md5  :2;
    ULONG Sha_1  :2;
    ULONG Transport  :2;
    ULONG Tunnel  :2;
    ULONG Send  :2;
    ULONG Receive  :2;
  } IPv4AH;
  struct {
    ULONG Des  :2;
    ULONG Reserved  :2;
    ULONG TripleDes  :2;
    ULONG NullEsp  :2;
    ULONG Transport  :2;
    ULONG Tunnel  :2;
    ULONG Send  :2;
    ULONG Receive  :2;
  } IPv4ESP;
} NDIS_IPSEC_OFFLOAD_V1, *PNDIS_IPSEC_OFFLOAD_V1;

Members

Supported

A structure within NDIS_IPSEC_OFFLOAD_V1 that specifies support for IPsec task offload and that contains the following information:

Encapsulation

Encapsulation settings for IPsec. For more information about this member, see the following Remarks section.

AhEspCombined

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the hardware can perform IPsec operations on send and receive packets that contain both an authentication header (AH) security payload and an encapsulating security payload (ESP). A value of zero in AhEspCombined indicates that the NIC does not support this capability.

TransportTunnelCombined

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC can process security payloads for both the transport-mode portion and the tunnel-mode portion of send and receive packets. (The transport-mode portion of a packet pertains to an end-to-end connection. The tunnel-mode portion of a packet pertains to a tunnel connection.) A value of zero in TransportTunnelCombined indicates that the NIC does not support this capability.

IPv4Options

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC can perform IPsec operations on IPv4 send and receive packets whose IP headers contain IP options. A value of zero in IPv4Options indicates that the NIC does not support this capability.

Flags

The types of UDP-encapsulated ESP data packets that the NIC can parse. For a description of the UDP-encapsulation types, see UDP-ESP Encapsulation Types. This member can be one or more of the following flags:

ValueMeaning
IPSEC_TPT_UDPESP_ENCAPTYPE_IKE

Reserved for internal use.

IPSEC_TUN_UDPESP_ENCAPTYPE_IKE

Reserved for internal use.

IPSEC_TPTOVERTUN_UDPESP_ENCAPTYPE_IKE

Reserved for internal use.

IPSEC_TPT_UDPESP_OVER_PURE_TUN_ENCAPTYPE_IKE

Reserved for internal use.

IPSEC_TPT_UDPESP_ENCAPTYPE_OTHER

When this flag is set, the NIC can parse UDP-encapsulated transport-mode packets.

When this flag is cleared, the NIC cannot parse UDP-encapsulated transport-mode packets.

IPSEC_TUN_UDPESP_ENCAPTYPE_OTHER

When this flag set, the NIC can parse UDP-encapsulated tunnel-mode packets.

When this flag is cleared, the NIC does not have this capability.

IPSEC_TPTOVERTUN_UDPESP_ENCAPTYPE_OTHER

When this flag is set, the NIC can parse transport over UDP-encapsulated tunnel-mode packets.

When this flag is cleared, the NIC does not have this capability.

IPSEC_TPT_UDPESP_OVER_PURE_TUN_ENCAPTYPE_OTHER

When this flag is set, the NIC can parse UDP-encapsulated transport over tunnel-mode packets.

When this flag is cleared, the NIC does not have this capability.

 

A miniport driver whose NIC is incapable of parsing UDP-encapsulated ESP packets must not set any flags in the Flags member.

IPv4AH

A structure within NDIS_IPSEC_OFFLOAD_V1 that specifies support for AH payloads and that contains the following information:

Md5

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC can use the keyed MD5 algorithm for computing or validating a cryptographic checksum for an AH payload, ESP payload, or both.

Sha_1

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC can use the SHA 1 algorithm for computing or validating a cryptographic checksum for an AH payload, ESP payload, or both.

Transport

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC can calculate or validate the cryptographic checksums for the portion of a packet that pertains to an end-to-end connection.

Tunnel

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC can calculate or validate cryptographic checksums for the portion of a packet that pertains to a tunnel connection.

Send

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC can calculate cryptographic checksums for send packets.

Receive

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC can validate cryptographic checksums for receive packets.

IPv4ESP

A structure within NDIS_IPSEC_OFFLOAD_V1 that specifies support for ESP payloads and that contains the following information:

Des

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC supports the DES algorithm for encrypting and decrypting ESP payloads.

Reserved

This member is reserved.

TripleDes

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC supports the triple-DES algorithm for encrypting and decrypting ESP payloads.

NullEsp

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC supports null encryption--that is, the ESP payload without encryption but with authentication information.

Transport

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC can encrypt and decrypt ESP data for the portion of a packet that pertains to an end-to-end connection.

Tunnel

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC can encrypt and decrypt ESP data for the portion of a packet that pertains to a tunnel connection.

Send

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC can encrypt and decrypt ESP payloads in send packets.

Receive

A ULONG value that a miniport driver sets to indicate that the NIC can encrypt and decrypt ESP payloads in receive packets.

Remarks

The NDIS_IPSEC_OFFLOAD_V1 structure is used in the IPsecV1 member of the NDIS_OFFLOAD structure. The NDIS_IPSEC_OFFLOAD_V1 structure specifies the current or supported services that a miniport adapter provides for Internet protocol security (IPsec).

NDIS_OFFLOAD is used in the NDIS_MINIPORT_ADAPTER_OFFLOAD_ATTRIBUTES structure, NDIS_BIND_PARAMETERS structure, NDIS_FILTER_ATTACH_PARAMETERS structure, OID_TCP_OFFLOAD_CURRENT_CONFIG OID, and the NDIS_STATUS_TASK_OFFLOAD_CURRENT_CONFIG status indication.

For OID_TCP_OFFLOAD_CURRENT_CONFIG, the NDIS_OFFLOAD structure specifies the task offload capabilities that a miniport adapter supports. If the current offloads capabilities change, a miniport driver reports the new capabilities in an NDIS_STATUS_TASK_OFFLOAD_CURRENT_CONFIG status indication.

The Encapsulation member of NDIS_IPSEC_OFFLOAD_V1 defines the IPsec offload encapsulation settings for the miniport adapter.

In response to an OID_TCP_OFFLOAD_CURRENT_CONFIG query request, NDIS provides a bitwise OR of the encapsulation flags, which indicate the supported encapsulation settings, in the Encapsulation member. Miniport drivers must provide Ethernet encapsulation (NDIS_ENCAPSULATION_IEEE_802_3). The other types of encapsulation are optional.

For an NDIS_STATUS_TASK_OFFLOAD_CURRENT_CONFIG status indication, the miniport driver provides a bitwise OR of the encapsulation flags, which indicate the current capabilities, in the Encapsulation member.

The following flags are defined for the Encapsulation member:

NDIS_ENCAPSULATION_NOT_SUPPORTED

Specifies that no encapsulation offload is supported.

NDIS_ENCAPSULATION_NULL

Specifies NULL encapsulation.

NDIS_ENCAPSULATION_IEEE_802_3

Specifies IEEE 802.3 encapsulation.

NDIS_ENCAPSULATION_IEEE_802_3_P_AND_Q

Specifies IEEE 802.3p and IEEE 802.3q encapsulation.

NDIS_ENCAPSULATION_IEEE_802_3_P_AND_Q_IN_OOB

Specifies that IEEE 802.3p and IEEE 802.3q encapsulation settings are specified in the NetBufferListInfo member of each NET_BUFFER_LIST structure.

NDIS_ENCAPSULATION_IEEE_LLC_SNAP_ROUTED

Specifies logical link control (LLC) encapsulation for routed protocols, as described in RFC 1483. This flag is also used to indicate Ethernet LLC/SNAP encapsulation.

Requirements

Version

Supported in NDIS 6.0.

Header

Ntddndis.h (include Ndis.h)

See also

NDIS_BIND_PARAMETERS
NDIS_FILTER_ATTACH_PARAMETERS
NDIS_IPSEC_OFFLOAD_V2
NDIS_MINIPORT_ADAPTER_OFFLOAD_ATTRIBUTES
NDIS_OFFLOAD
NDIS_OID_REQUEST
NDIS_STATUS_TASK_OFFLOAD_CURRENT_CONFIG
NET_BUFFER_LIST
OID_TCP_OFFLOAD_CURRENT_CONFIG

 

 

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