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WLAN_RADIO_STATE structure

The WLAN_RADIO_STATE structurespecifies the radio state on a list of physical layer (PHY) types.

Syntax


typedef struct _WLAN_RADIO_STATE {
  DWORD                dwNumberOfPhys;
  WLAN_PHY_RADIO_STATE PhyRadioState[64];
} WLAN_RADIO_STATE, *PWLAN_RADIO_STATE;

Members

dwNumberOfPhys

The number of valid PHY indices in the PhyRadioState member.

PhyRadioState

An array of WLAN_PHY_RADIO_STATE structures that specify the radio states of a number of PHY indices. Only the first dwNumberOfPhys entries in this array are valid.

Remarks

The WLAN_RADIO_STATE structure is used with the WlanQueryInterface function when the OpCode parameter is set to wlan_intf_opcode_radio_state. If the call is successful, the ppData parameter points to a WLAN_RADIO_STATE structure.

The WLAN_PHY_RADIO_STATE structure members in the WLAN_RADIO_STATE structure can be used with the WlanSetInterface function when the OpCode parameter is set to wlan_intf_opcode_radio_state to change the radio state.

The WLAN_PHY_RADIO_STATE structure is also used for notification by the media specific module (MSM) when the radio state changes. An application registers to receive MSM notifications by calling the WlanRegisterNotification function with the dwNotifSource parameter set to a value that includes WLAN_NOTIFICATION_SOURCE_MSM. For more information on these notifications, see the WLAN_NOTIFICATION_DATA structure and the WLAN_NOTIFICATION_MSM enumeration reference.

Examples

The following example enumerates the wireless LAN interfaces on the local computer, queries each interface for the WLAN_RADIO_STATE on the interface, and prints values from the retrieved WLAN_RADIO_STATE structure.

Note  This example will fail to load on Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 if the Wireless LAN Service is not installed and started.


#ifndef UNICODE
#define UNICODE
#endif

#include <windows.h>
#include <wlanapi.h>
#include <objbase.h>
#include <wtypes.h>

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

// Need to link with Wlanapi.lib and Ole32.lib
#pragma comment(lib, "wlanapi.lib")
#pragma comment(lib, "ole32.lib")

int wmain()
{

    // Declare and initialize variables.

    HANDLE hClient = NULL;
    DWORD dwMaxClient = 2;      //    
    DWORD dwCurVersion = 0;
    DWORD dwResult = 0;
    DWORD dwRetVal = 0;
    int iRet = 0;

    WCHAR GuidString[39] = { 0 };

    unsigned int i;

    // variables used for WlanEnumInterfaces

    PWLAN_INTERFACE_INFO_LIST pIfList = NULL;
    PWLAN_INTERFACE_INFO pIfInfo = NULL;

    // variables used for WlanQueryInterfaces for opcode = wlan_intf_opcode_radio_state
    PWLAN_RADIO_STATE pradioStateInfo = NULL;
    DWORD radioStateInfoSize = sizeof (WLAN_RADIO_STATE);
    WLAN_OPCODE_VALUE_TYPE opCode = wlan_opcode_value_type_invalid;

    dwResult = WlanOpenHandle(dwMaxClient, NULL, &dwCurVersion, &hClient);
    if (dwResult != ERROR_SUCCESS) {
        wprintf(L"WlanOpenHandle failed with error: %u\n", dwResult);
        return 1;
        // You can use FormatMessage here to find out why the function failed
    }

    dwResult = WlanEnumInterfaces(hClient, NULL, &pIfList);
    if (dwResult != ERROR_SUCCESS) {
        wprintf(L"WlanEnumInterfaces failed with error: %u\n", dwResult);
        return 1;
        // You can use FormatMessage here to find out why the function failed
    } else {
        wprintf(L"Num Entries: %lu\n", pIfList->dwNumberOfItems);
        wprintf(L"Current Index: %lu\n", pIfList->dwIndex);
        for (i = 0; i < (int) pIfList->dwNumberOfItems; i++) {
            pIfInfo = (WLAN_INTERFACE_INFO *) & pIfList->InterfaceInfo[i];
            wprintf(L"  Interface Index[%u]:\t %lu\n", i, i);
            iRet =
                StringFromGUID2(pIfInfo->InterfaceGuid, (LPOLESTR) & GuidString,
                                sizeof (GuidString) / sizeof (*GuidString));
            // For c rather than C++ source code, the above line needs to be
            // iRet = StringFromGUID2(&pIfInfo->InterfaceGuid, (LPOLESTR) &GuidString, 
            //     sizeof(GuidString)/sizeof(*GuidString)); 
            if (iRet == 0)
                wprintf(L"StringFromGUID2 failed\n");
            else {
                wprintf(L"  InterfaceGUID[%d]:\t %ws\n", i, GuidString);
            }
            wprintf(L"  Interface Description[%d]: %ws", i, pIfInfo->strInterfaceDescription);
            wprintf(L"\n");
            wprintf(L"  Interface State[%d]:\t ", i);
            switch (pIfInfo->isState) {
            case wlan_interface_state_not_ready:
                wprintf(L"Not ready\n");
                break;
            case wlan_interface_state_connected:
                wprintf(L"Connected\n");
                break;
            case wlan_interface_state_ad_hoc_network_formed:
                wprintf(L"First node in a ad hoc network\n");
                break;
            case wlan_interface_state_disconnecting:
                wprintf(L"Disconnecting\n");
                break;
            case wlan_interface_state_disconnected:
                wprintf(L"Not connected\n");
                break;
            case wlan_interface_state_associating:
                wprintf(L"Attempting to associate with a network\n");
                break;
            case wlan_interface_state_discovering:
                wprintf(L"Auto configuration is discovering settings for the network\n");
                break;
            case wlan_interface_state_authenticating:
                wprintf(L"In process of authenticating\n");
                break;
            default:
                wprintf(L"Unknown state %ld\n", pIfInfo->isState);
                break;
            }
            wprintf(L"\n");

            dwResult = WlanQueryInterface(hClient,
                                          &pIfInfo->InterfaceGuid,
                                          wlan_intf_opcode_radio_state,
                                          NULL,
                                          &radioStateInfoSize,
                                          (PVOID *) & pradioStateInfo, &opCode);

            if (dwResult != ERROR_SUCCESS) {
                wprintf(L"WlanQueryInterface failed with error: %u\n", dwResult);
                dwRetVal = 1;
                // You can use FormatMessage to find out why the function failed
            } else {
                wprintf(L"  WLAN_RADIO_STATE for this interface\n");

                wprintf(L"  Number of valid PHYs:\t %u\n", pradioStateInfo->dwNumberOfPhys);
                wprintf(L"  Radio state:\n");
                wprintf(L"      Index of PHYs type[0]:\t %u\n",
                        pradioStateInfo->PhyRadioState[0].dwPhyIndex);

                wprintf(L"      Software radio state[0]:\t ");
                switch (pradioStateInfo->PhyRadioState[0].dot11SoftwareRadioState) {
                case dot11_radio_state_unknown:
                    wprintf(L"Unknown\n");
                    break;
                case dot11_radio_state_on:
                    wprintf(L"On\n");
                    break;
                case dot11_radio_state_off:
                    wprintf(L"Off\n");
                    break;
                default:
                    wprintf(L"Other Unknown state %ld\n", pradioStateInfo->PhyRadioState[0].dot11SoftwareRadioState);
                    break;
                }
                
                
                wprintf(L"      Hardware radio state[0]:\t ");
                switch (pradioStateInfo->PhyRadioState[0].dot11HardwareRadioState) {
                case dot11_radio_state_unknown:
                    wprintf(L"Unknown\n");
                    break;
                case dot11_radio_state_on:
                    wprintf(L"On\n");
                    break;
                case dot11_radio_state_off:
                    wprintf(L"Off\n");
                    break;
                default:
                    wprintf(L"Other Unknown state %ld\n", pradioStateInfo->PhyRadioState[0].dot11HardwareRadioState);
                    break;
                }
                
                wprintf(L"\n");
            }
        }
    }

if (pradioStateInfo != NULL) {
    WlanFreeMemory(pradioStateInfo);
    pradioStateInfo = NULL;
}

if (pIfList != NULL) {
    WlanFreeMemory(pIfList);
    pIfList = NULL;
}

return dwRetVal;
}


Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows Vista [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008 [desktop apps only]

Header

Wlanapi.h

See also

WLAN_NOTIFICATION_DATA
WLAN_NOTIFICATION_MSM
WLAN_PHY_RADIO_STATE
WlanQueryInterface
WlanSetInterface

 

 

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