NDIS_PM_WAKE_REASON_TYPE enumeration

The NDIS_PM_WAKE_REASON_TYPE enumeration identifies the type of wake-up event that was generated by the network adapter.

Syntax


typedef enum _NDIS_PM_WAKE_REASON_TYPE { 
  NdisWakeReasonUnspecified               = 0x0000,
  NdisWakeReasonPacket                    = 0x0001,
  NdisWakeReasonMediaDisconnect           = 0x0002,
  NdisWakeReasonMediaConnect              = 0x0003,
  NdisWakeReasonWlanNLODiscovery          = 0x1000,
  NdisWakeReasonWlanAPAssociationLost     = 0x1001,
  NdisWakeReasonWlanGTKHandshakeError     = 0x1002,
  NdisWakeReasonWlan4WayHandshakeRequest  = 0x1003,
  NdisWakeReasonWwanRegisterState         = 0x2000,
  NdisWakeReasonWwanSMSReceive            = 0x2001,
  NdisWakeReasonWwanUSSDReceive           = 0x2002
} NDIS_PM_WAKE_REASON_TYPE, *PNDIS_PM_WAKE_REASON_TYPE;

Constants

NdisWakeReasonUnspecified

The type of wake-up event is not specified.

NdisWakeReasonPacket

The network adapter generated the wake-up event because it received a packet that matched a wake-on-LAN (WOL) pattern.

NdisWakeReasonMediaDisconnect

The network adapter generated the wake-up event because it disconnected from the network media.

NdisWakeReasonMediaConnect

The network adapter generated the wake-up event because it connected to the network media.

NdisWakeReasonWlanNLODiscovery

The 802.11 network adapter generated the wake-up event because it detected a service set identifier (SSID) that was specified through a network list offload (NLO).

For more information about NLO, see Wi-Fi Network List Offload.

NdisWakeReasonWlanAPAssociationLost

The 802.11 network adapter generated the wake-up event because it became disassociated with the access point (AP).

NdisWakeReasonWlanGTKHandshakeError

The 802.11 network adapter generated the wake-up event because it encountered an error during the IEEE 802.11i RSN group transient key (GTK) handshake with the AP.

NdisWakeReasonWlan4WayHandshakeRequest

The 802.11 network adapter generated the wake-up event because it received the first frame of the IEEE 802.11i RSN 4-way handshake with the AP. This handshake is performed when the adapter authenticates with the AP.

NdisWakeReasonWwanRegisterState

The mobile broadband (MB) network adapter generated the wake-up event because its registration state to the MB Service has changed.

NdisWakeReasonWwanSMSReceive

The mobile broadband (MB) network adapter generated the wake-up event because the MB Service has to be notified about the receipt of a Short Message Service (SMS) message. The adapter generates this wake-up event either after the completion of a previously-issued OID_WWAN_SMS_READ query request, or the arrival of a new class-0 (flash/alert) message from the network provider as an event notification.

NdisWakeReasonWwanUSSDReceive

The mobile broadband (MB) network adapter generated the wake-up event because it received an Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) message.

Remarks

The WakeReason member of the NDIS_PM_WAKE_REASON structure contains an NDIS_PM_WAKE_REASON_TYPE enumeration value.

Requirements

Version

Supported in NDIS 6.30 and later.

Header

Ntddndis.h (include Ntddndis.h)

See also

NDIS_PM_WAKE_REASON

 

 

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