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WWAN_AUTH_AKA_RESPONSE structure

The WWAN_AUTH_AKA_RESPONSE structure represents a response to an AKA authentication challenge.

Syntax


typedef struct _WWAN_AUTH_AKA_RESPONSE {
  BYTE  Res[WWAN_AUTH_RES_MAX_LEN];
  ULONG ResLength;
  BYTE  IK[WWAN_AUTH_IK_LEN];
  BYTE  CK[WWAN_AUTH_CK_LEN];
  BYTE  Auts[WWAN_AUTH_AUTS_LEN];
} WWAN_AUTH_AKA_RESPONSE, *PWWAN_AUTH_AKA_RESPONSE;

Members

Res[WWAN_AUTH_RES_MAX_LEN]

128-bit authentication result from the peer, which, together with the RAND, authenticates the peer to the server. This member is valid only in case of success. This member represents a multi-byte value in little-endian format.

ResLength

Length of response in the Res member.

IK[WWAN_AUTH_IK_LEN]

Integrating key. This member is valid only in case of success. This member represents a multi-byte value in little-endian format.

CK[WWAN_AUTH_CK_LEN]

Ciphering key. This member is valid only in case of success. This member represents a multi-byte value in little-endian format.

Auts[WWAN_AUTH_AUTS_LEN]

112-bit value generated by the peer upon a synchronization failure. This member is valid only in case of failure. This member represents a multi-byte value in little-endian format.

Remarks

The WWAN_AUTH_RESPONSE structure uses this structure.

Requirements

Version

Versions: Supported in Windows 8 and later versions of Windows.

Header

Wwan.h (include Wwan.h)

See also

WWAN_AUTH_RESPONSE

 

 

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