DeleteIpForwardEntry2 (NETIOAPI) (Compact 2013)

3/26/2014

This function deletes an IP route entry on a local device.


NETIOAPI_API
  DeleteIpForwardEntry2(
    IN const MIB_IPFORWARD_ROW2*  Row
    );

Row

A pointer to a MIB_IPFORWARD_ROW2 structure entry for an IP route entry. On successful return, this entry is deleted.

DeleteIpForwardEntry2 returns STATUS_SUCCESS if the function succeeds.

If the function fails, DeleteIpForwardEntry2 returns one of the following error codes:

Error Code

Meaning

STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER

An invalid parameter was passed to the function. This error is returned if a NULL pointer is passed in the Row parameter, the DestinationPrefix member of the MIB_IPFORWARD_ROW2 structure that the Row parameter points to was not specified, the NextHop member of the MIB_IPFORWARD_ROW2 structure was not specified, or both InterfaceLuid and InterfaceIndex members of the MIB_IPFORWARD_ROW2 structure were unspecified.

STATUS_NOT_FOUND

The specified interface could not be found. This error is returned if the function cannot find the network interface that is specified by the InterfaceLuid or InterfaceIndex member of the MIB_IPFORWARD_ROW2 structure that the Row parameter points to.

STATUS_NOT_SUPPORTED

The request is not supported. This error is returned if no IPv4 stack is located on the local device and an IPv4 address was specified in the Address member of the MIB_IPFORWARD_ROW2 structure that the Row parameter points to, or if no IPv6 stack is located on the local device and an IPv6 address was specified in the Address member.

Other

Use the FormatMessage function to obtain the message string for the returned error.

The DeleteIpForwardEntry2 function is used to delete a MIB_IPFORWARD_ROW2 structure entry.

On input, your driver must initialize the following members of the MIB_IPFORWARD_ROW2 structure that the Row parameter points to.

DestinationPrefix

Set to a valid IPv4 or IPv6 address prefix and family.

NextHop

Set to a valid IPv4 or IPv6 address and family.

InterfaceLuid or InterfaceIndex

These members are used in the order that is listed earlier. So if InterfaceLuid is specified, this member is used to determine the interface. If no value was set for the InterfaceLuid member (the value of this member was set to zero), the InterfaceIndex member is next used to determine the interface.

On output, when the call is successful, DeleteIpForwardEntry2 deletes the IP route entry.

The DeleteIpForwardEntry2 function fails if the DestinationPrefix and NextHop members of the MIB_IPFORWARD_ROW2 structure that the Row parameter points to do not match an existing IP route entry on the interface that is specified in the InterfaceLuid or InterfaceIndex members.

Your driver can call the GetIpForwardTable2 (NETIOAPI) function to enumerate the IP route entries on a local device.

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