ADAPTER_STATUS structure (nb30.h)

[Netbios is not supported on Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, and subsequent versions of the operating system]

The ADAPTER_STATUS structure contains information about a network adapter. This structure is pointed to by the ncb_buffer member of the NCB structure. ADAPTER_STATUS is followed by as many NAME_BUFFER structures as required to describe the network adapters on the system.

Syntax

typedef struct _ADAPTER_STATUS {
  UCHAR adapter_address[6];
  UCHAR rev_major;
  UCHAR reserved0;
  UCHAR adapter_type;
  UCHAR rev_minor;
  WORD  duration;
  WORD  frmr_recv;
  WORD  frmr_xmit;
  WORD  iframe_recv_err;
  WORD  xmit_aborts;
  DWORD xmit_success;
  DWORD recv_success;
  WORD  iframe_xmit_err;
  WORD  recv_buff_unavail;
  WORD  t1_timeouts;
  WORD  ti_timeouts;
  DWORD reserved1;
  WORD  free_ncbs;
  WORD  max_cfg_ncbs;
  WORD  max_ncbs;
  WORD  xmit_buf_unavail;
  WORD  max_dgram_size;
  WORD  pending_sess;
  WORD  max_cfg_sess;
  WORD  max_sess;
  WORD  max_sess_pkt_size;
  WORD  name_count;
} ADAPTER_STATUS, *PADAPTER_STATUS;

Members

adapter_address[6]

Specifies encoded address of the adapter.

rev_major

Specifies the major software-release level. This value is 3 for IBM NetBIOS 3. x.

reserved0

Reserved. This value is always zero.

adapter_type

Specifies the adapter type. This value is 0xFF for a Token Ring adapter or 0xFE for an Ethernet adapter.

rev_minor

Specifies the minor software-release level. This value is zero for IBM NetBIOS x.0.

duration

Specifies the duration of the reporting period, in minutes.

frmr_recv

Specifies the number of FRMR frames received.

frmr_xmit

Specifies the number of FRMR frames transmitted.

iframe_recv_err

Specifies the number of I frames received in error.

xmit_aborts

Specifies the number of aborted transmissions.

xmit_success

Specifies the number of successfully transmitted packets.

recv_success

Specifies the number of successfully received packets.

iframe_xmit_err

Specifies the number of I frames transmitted in error.

recv_buff_unavail

Specifies the number of times a buffer was not available to service a request from a remote computer.

t1_timeouts

Specifies the number of times that the DLC T1 timer timed out.

Windows 95:  DLC is no longer supported.

ti_timeouts

Specifies the number of times that the ti inactivity timer timed out. The ti timer is used to detect links that have been broken.

reserved1

Reserved. This value is always zero.

free_ncbs

Specifies the current number of free network control blocks.

max_cfg_ncbs

Undefined for IBM NetBIOS 3.0.

max_ncbs

Undefined for IBM NetBIOS 3.0.

xmit_buf_unavail

Undefined for IBM NetBIOS 3.0.

max_dgram_size

Specifies the maximum size of a datagram packet. This value is always at least 512 bytes.

pending_sess

Specifies the number of pending sessions.

max_cfg_sess

Specifies the configured maximum pending sessions.

max_sess

Undefined for IBM NetBIOS 3.0.

max_sess_pkt_size

Specifies the maximum size of a session data packet.

name_count

Specifies the number of names in the local names table.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]
Minimum supported server Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]
Header nb30.h

See also

NAME_BUFFER

NCB

NetBIOS Structures

The NetBIOS Interface Overview