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SetIPXFrameTypeNetworkPairs method of the Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration class

[The Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX) technology is no longer available for use as of Windows Server 2008, and this method is obsolete.]

Windows Server 2003 :  The SetIPXFrameTypeNetworkPairs WMI class method is used to set the Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX) network number and frame pairs for this network adapter.

This topic uses Managed Object Format (MOF) syntax. For more information about using this method, see Calling a Method.

Syntax


uint32 SetIPXFrameTypeNetworkPairs(
  [in] string IPXNetworkNumber[],
  [in] uint32 IPXFrameType[]
);

Parameters

IPXNetworkNumber [in]

Array of characters that uniquely identify an IPX network. This IPX number is sometimes referred to as the External Network Number, and it must be unique for each network segment. The values in this string list must have a corresponding value in the IPXFrameType parameter that identifies the packet frame type used for this network.

IPXFrameType [in]

Integer array of frame type identifiers. The values in this array correspond to the elements in the IPXNetworkNumber parameter.

Ethernet II (0)
Ethernet 802.3 (1)
Ethernet 802.2 (2)
Ethernet SNAP (3)
AUTO (255)

Return value

The SetIPXFrameTypeNetworkPairs method returns one of the following values. For more information on error codes, see WMI Error Constants or WbemErrorEnum. For general HRESULT values, see System Error Codes.

Return code/valueDescription
Successful completion, no reboot required
0

Successful completion, no reboot required.

Successful completion, reboot required
1

Successful completion, reboot required.

Method not supported on this platform
64

Method not supported on this platform.

Unknown failure
65

Unknown failure.

Invalid subnet mask
66

Invalid subnet mask.

An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
67

An error occurred while processing an instance that was returned.

Invalid input parameter
68

Invalid input parameter.

More than 5 gateways specified
69

More than five gateways specified.

Invalid IP address
70

Invalid IP address.

Invalid gateway IP address
71

Invalid gateway IP address.

An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
72

An error occurred while accessing the registry for the requested information.

Invalid domain name
73

Invalid domain name.

Invalid host name
74

Invalid host name.

No primary/secondary WINS server defined
75

No primary or secondary WINS server defined.

Invalid file
76

Invalid file.

Invalid system path
77

Invalid system path.

File copy failed
78

File copy failed.

Invalid security parameter
79

Invalid security parameter.

Unable to configure TCP/IP service
80

Unable to configure TCP/IP service.

Unable to configure DHCP service
81

Unable to configure DHCP service.

Unable to renew DHCP lease
82

Unable to renew DHCP lease.

Unable to release DHCP lease
83

Unable to release DHCP lease.

IP not enabled on adapter
84

IP not enabled on adapter.

IPX not enabled on adapter
85

IPX not enabled on adapter.

Frame/network number bounds error
86

Frame or network number bounds error.

Invalid frame type
87

Invalid frame type.

Invalid network number
88

Invalid network number.

Duplicate network number
89

Duplicate network number.

Parameter out of bounds
90

Parameter out of bounds.

Access denied
91

Access denied.

Out of memory
92

Out of memory.

Already exists
93

Already exists.

Path, file or object not found
94

Path, file, or object not found.

Unable to notify service
95

Unable to notify service.

Unable to notify DNS service
96

Unable to notify DNS service.

Interface not configurable
97

Interface not configurable.

Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
98

Not all DHCP leases could be released or renewed.

DHCP not enabled on adapter
100

DHCP not enabled on adapter.

Other
101–4294967295

 

Remarks

Windows uses an IPX network number for routing purposes. A network number is assigned to each configured frame type and network adapter combination on your computer system. This number is sometimes referred to as the external network number, and it must be unique for each network segment. If the frame type is set to AUTO, the network number should be zero.

Examples

The Modify the IPX Frame Type VBScript sample configures the IPX network number and frame type for a network adapter.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

None supported

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2003

End of client support

None supported

End of server support

Windows Server 2003

Namespace

Root\CIMV2

MOF

CIMWin32.mof

DLL

CIMWin32.dll

See also

Computer System Hardware Classes
Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration
WMI Tasks: Networking
WMI Tasks: Accounts and Domains
IPv6 and IPv4 Support in WMI

 

 

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