usb ndis wdm lower edge ( ndis 6.0)

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Drivers' started by siddu, Feb 20, 2007.

  1. siddu

    siddu Guest

    Hi All
    I am porting my usb network device driver to nids 6.0 . But i am not able to
    get request oid's . can any body please help me regarding this ? i get only 3
    oids after that i can't . I am returning status success with filling required
    information .
    siddu, Feb 20, 2007
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  2. Which OIDs do you get? and in what order?

    NDIS 6 miniports report many of their characteristics during initialization
    so we do not send as many OIDs as we do in the case of NDIS 5.1 miniports.

    Alireza Dabagh [MS], Feb 22, 2007
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  3. siddu

    matt_sykes Guest

    Yes, you dont see OID_GEN_SUPPORTED_LIST anymore in the OID handler
    for example.

    Ali, I know we discussed NdisMRegisterDeviceEx() before and you found
    that it worked, well, on our set up it really isnt working.

    I have tried it with a pre defined SDDL,
    device. Not even with WinObj to view the security.

    Our devices is an Ndis WDM driver sitting on top of a bus driver,
    driving a PCCard. Is it possible this archirecture could affect the
    way security is determined by the system?

    Could you look into this? One of your guys already has the drivers
    and cards, Anurag Choudhary, as we are working together on the WWAN

    matt_sykes, Feb 23, 2007
  4. siddu

    siddu Guest

    hi ali,
    Thank you for reply. During Intialization i sent an oid list array which
    contains all supported OID 's so is that the porblem.
    i got only following three oid's in order

    after that i wont get any thing .
    siddu, Feb 24, 2007
  5. siddu

    siddu Guest

    also tell me the steps i have to take care .

    siddu, Feb 25, 2007
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