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Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration Class

The Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration class represents the attributes and behaviors of a network adapter. This class has been extended to include extra properties and methods that support the management of the TCP/IPprotocols (and are independent of the network adapter).
Namespace value is root/CIMV2.
WMI Provider value is CIMWin32.


Properties

  • ArpAlwaysSourceRoute
  • The ArpAlwaysSourceRoute property indicates whether the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) must always use source routing. If this property is TRUE, TCP/IP will transmit ARP queries with source routing enabled on Token Ring networks. By default, ARP first queries without source routing, and retries with source routing enabled if no reply was received. Source routing allows the routing of network packets across different types of networks. Default: FALSE.

  • ArpUseEtherSNAP
  • The ArpUseEtherSNAP property indicates whether Ethernet packets follow the IEEE 802.3 Sub-Network Access Protocol (SNAP) encoding. Setting this parameter to 1 will force TCP/IP to transmit Ethernet packets using 802.3 SNAP encoding. By default, the stack transmits packets in DIX Ethernet format. Windows NT/Windows 2000 systems are able to receive both formats. Default: FALSE.

  • Caption
  • A short textual description (one-line string) of the CIM_Setting object.

  • DatabasePath
  • The DatabasePath property indicates a valid Windows file path to standard Internet database files (HOSTS, LMHOSTS, NETWORKS, PROTOCOLS). The file path is used by the Windows Sockets interface. This property is only available on Windows NT/Windows 2000 systems.

  • DeadGWDetectEnabled
  • The DeadGWDetectEnabled property indicates whether dead gateway detection occurs. Setting this parameter to TRUE causes TCP to perform Dead Gateway Detection. With this feature enabled, TCP will ask IP to change to a backup gateway if it retransmits a segment several times without receiving a response. Default: TRUE.

  • DefaultIPGateway
  • The DefaultIPGateway property contains a list of IP addresses of default gateways used by the computer system.
    Example: 194.161.12.1 194.162.46.1

  • DefaultTOS
  • The DefaultTOS property indicates the default Type Of Service (TOS) value set in the header of outgoing IP packets. RFC 791 defines the values. Default: 0, Valid Range: 0 - 255.

  • DefaultTTL
  • The DefaultTTL property indicates the default Time To Live (TTL) value set in the header of outgoing IP packets. The TTL specifies the number of routers an IP packet may pass through to reach its destination before being discarded. Each router decrements the TTL count of a packet by one as it passes through and discards the packets if the TTL is 0. Default: 32, Valid Range: 1 - 255.

  • Description
  • A textual description of the CIM_Setting object.

  • DHCPEnabled
  • The DHCPEnabled property indicates whether the dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) server automatically assigns an IP address to the computer system when establishing a network connection.
    Values: TRUE or FALSE. If TRUE, DHCP is enabled.

  • DHCPLeaseExpires
  • The DHCPLeaseExpires property indicates the expiration date and time for a leased IP address that was assigned to the computer by the dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) server.
    Example: 20521201000230.000000000

  • DHCPLeaseObtained
  • The DHCPLeaseObtained property indicates the date and time the lease was obtained for the IP address assigned to the computer by the dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) server.
    Example: 19521201000230.000000000

  • DHCPServer
  • The DHCPServer property indicates the IP address of the dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) server.
    Example: 154.55.34

  • DNSDomain
  • The DNSDomain property indicates an organization name followed by a period and an extension that indicates the type of organization, such as microsoft.com. The name can be any combination of the letters A through Z, the numerals 0 through 9, and the hyphen (-), plus the period (.) character used as a separator.
    Example: microsoft.com

  • DNSDomainSuffixSearchOrder
  • The DNSDomainSuffixSearchOrder property specifies the DNS domain suffixes to be appended to the end of host names during name resolution. When attempting to resolve a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) from a host only name, the system will first append the local domain name. If this is not successful, the system will use the domain suffix list to create additional FQDNs in the order listed and query DNS servers for each.
    Example: samples.microsoft.com example.microsoft.com

  • DNSEnabledForWINSResolution
  • The DNSEnabledForWINSResolution property indicates whether the Domain Name System (DNS) is enabled for name resolution over Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) resolution. If the name cannot be resolved using DNS, the name request is forwarded to WINS for resolution.

  • DNSHostName
  • The DNSHostName property indicates the host name used to identify the local computer for authentication by some utilities. Other TCP/IP-based utilities can use this value to acquire the name of the local computer. Host names are stored on DNS servers in a table that maps names to IP addresses for use by DNS. The name can be any combination of the letters A through Z, the numerals 0 through 9, and the hyphen (-), plus the period (.) character used as a separator. By default, this value is the Microsoft networking computer name, but the network administrator can assign another host name without affecting the computer name.
    Example: corpdns

  • DNSServerSearchOrder
  • The DNSServerSearchOrder property indicates an ordered list of server IP addresses to be used in querying for DNS Servers.

  • DomainDNSRegistrationEnabled
  • The DomainDNSRegistrationEnabled property specifies whether the IP addresses for this connection are registered in DNS under the domain name of this connection, in addition to registering under the computer's full DNS name. The domain name of this connection is either set via the method SetDNSDomain() or assigned by DHCP. The registered name is the host name of the computer with the domain name appended. Windows 2000 only.

  • ForwardBufferMemory
  • The ForwardBufferMemory property indicates how much memory IP allocates to store packet data in the router packet queue. When this buffer space is filled, the router begins discarding packets at random from its queue. Packet queue data buffers are 256 bytes in length, so the value of this parameter should be a multiple of 256. Multiple buffers are chained together for larger packets. The IP header for a packet is stored separately. This parameter is ignored and no buffers are allocated if the IP router is not enabled. The buffer size can range from the network MTU to the a value smaller than 0xFFFFFFFF. Default: 74240 (fifty 1480-byte packets, rounded to a multiple of 256).

  • FullDNSRegistrationEnabled
  • The FullDNSRegistrationEnabled property specifies whether the IP addresses for this connection are registered in DNS under the computer's full DNS name. The full DNS name of the computer is displayed on the Network Identification tab of the System Control Panel. Windows 2000 only.

  • GatewayCostMetric
  • The GatewayCostMetric reflects an integer cost metric (ranging from 1 to 9999) to be used in calculating the fastest, most reliable, and/or least expensive routes. This argument has a one to one correspondence with the DefaultIPGateway. Windows 2000 only.

  • IGMPLevel
  • The IGMPLevel property indicates the extent to which the system supports IP multicast and participates in the Internet Group Management Protocol. At level 0, the system provides no multicast support. At level 1, the system may only send IP multicast packets. At level 2, the system may send IP multicast packets and fully participate in IGMP to receive multicast packets. Default: 2

  • Index
  • The Index property specifies the index number of the Win32 network adapter configuration. The index number is used when there is more than one configuration available.

  • InterfaceIndex
  • The InterfaceIndex property contains the index value that uniquely identifies the local interface.

  • IPAddress
  • The IPAddress property contains a list of all of the IP addresses associated with the current network adapter.
    Example: 155.34.22.0

  • IPConnectionMetric
  • The IPConnectionMetric indicates the cost of using the configured routes for this IP bound adapter and is the weighted value for those routes in the IP routing table. If there are multiple routes to a destination in the IP routing table, the route with the lowest metric is used. The default value is 1.Windows 2000 only.

  • IPEnabled
  • The IPEnabled property indicates whether TCP/IP is bound and enabled on this network adapt.

  • IPFilterSecurityEnabled
  • The IPFilterSecurityEnabled property indicates whether IP port security is enabled globally across all IP-bound network adapters. This property is used in conjunction with IPSecPermitTCPPorts, IPSecPermitUDPPorts, and IPSecPermitIPProtocols. A value of TRUE indicates that IP port security is enabled and that the security values associated with individual network adapters are in effect. A value of FALSE indicates IP filter security is disabled across all network adapters and allows all port and protocol traffic to flow unfiltered.

  • IPPortSecurityEnabled
  • The IPPortSecurityEnabled property indicates whether IP port security is enabled globally across all IP-bound network adapters. This property has been deprecated in favor of IPFilterSecurityEnabled.

  • IPSecPermitIPProtocols
  • The IPSecPermitIPProtocols property lists the protocols permitted to run over the IP. The list of protocols is defined using the EnableIPSec method. The list will either be empty or contain numeric values. A numeric value of zero indicates access permission is granted for all protocols. An empty string indicates that no protocols are permitted to run when IPFilterSecurityEnabled is TRUE.

  • IPSecPermitTCPPorts
  • The IPSecPermitTCPPorts property lists the ports that will be granted access permission for TCP. The list of protocols is defined using the EnableIPSec method. The list will either be empty or contain numeric values. A numeric value of zero indicates access permission is granted for all ports. An empty string indicates that no ports are granted access permission when IPFilterSecurityEnabled is TRUE.

  • IPSecPermitUDPPorts
  • The IPSecPermitUDPPorts property lists the ports that will be granted User Datagram Protocol (UDP) access permission. The list of protocols is defined using the EnableIPSec method. The list will either be empty or contain numeric values. A numeric value of zero indicates access permission is granted for all ports. An empty string indicates that no ports are granted access permission when IPFilterSecurityEnabled is TRUE.

  • IPSubnet
  • The IPSubnet property contains a list of all the subnet masks associated with the current network adapter.
    Example: 255.255.0

  • IPUseZeroBroadcast
  • The IPUseZeroBroadcast property indicates whether IP zeros-broadcasts are used. If this parameter is set TRUE, then IP uses zeros-broadcasts (0.0.0.0), and the system uses ones-broadcasts (255.255.255.255). Computer systems generally use ones-broadcasts, but those derived from BSD implementations use zeros-broadcasts. Systems that do not use that same broadcasts will not interoperate on the same network. Default: FALSE.

  • IPXAddress
  • The IPXAddress property indicates the Internetworking Packet Exchange (IPX) address of the network adapter. The IPX address identifies a computer system on a network using the IPX protocol.

  • IPXEnabled
  • The IPXEnabled property determines whether the or Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX) protocol is bound and enabled for this adapter.

  • IPXFrameType
  • The IPXFrameType property represents an integer array of frame type identifiers. The values in this array correspond to the elements in the IPXNetworkNumber.

  • IPXMediaType
  • The IPXMediaType property represents an Internetworking Packet Exchange (IPX) media type identifier.

  • IPXNetworkNumber
  • The IPXNetworkNumber property represents an array of characters that uniquely identifies a frame/network adapter combination on the computer system. The NetWare Link (NWLink) IPX/SPX-compatible transport in Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0 and greater uses two distinctly different types of network numbers. This number is sometimes referred to as the external network number. It must be unique for each network segment. The order in this string list will correspond item-for-item with the elements in the IPXFrameType property.

  • IPXVirtualNetNumber
  • The IPXVirtualNetNumber property uniquely identifies the computer system on the network. It is represented in the form of an eight-character hexadecimal digit. Windows NT/2000 uses the virtual network number (also known as an internal network number) for internal routing.

  • KeepAliveInterval
  • The KeepAliveInterval property indicates the interval separating Keep Alive Retransmissions until a response is received. Once a response is received, the delay until the next Keep Alive Transmission is again controlled by the value of KeepAliveTime. The connection will be aborted after the number of retransmissions specified by TcpMaxDataRetransmissions have gone unanswered. Default: 1000, Valid Range: 1 - 0xFFFFFFFF.

  • KeepAliveTime
  • The KeepAliveTime property indicates how often the TCP attempts to verify that an idle connection is still intact by sending a Keep Alive Packet. A remote system that is reachable will acknowledge the keep alive transmission. Keep Alive packets are not sent by default. This feature may be enabled in a connection by an application. Default: 7,200,000 (two hours)

  • MACAddress
  • The MACAddress property indicates the Media Access Control (MAC) address of the network adapter. A MAC address is assigned by the manufacturer to uniquely identify the network adapter.
    Example: 00:80:C7:8F:6C:96

  • MTU
  • The MTU property overrides the default Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) for a network interface. The MTU is the maximum packet size (including the transport header) that the transport will transmit over the underlying network. The IP datagram can span multiple packets. The range of this value spans the minimum packet size (68) to the MTU supported by the underlying network.

  • NumForwardPackets
  • The NumForwardPackets property indicates the number of IP packet headers allocated for the router packet queue. When all headers are in use, the router will begin to discard packets from the queue at random. This value should be at least as large as the ForwardBufferMemory value divided by the maximum IP data size of the networks connected to the router. It should be no larger than the ForwardBufferMemory value divided by 256, since at least 256 bytes of forward buffer memory are used for each packet. The optimal number of forward packets for a given ForwardBufferMemory size depends on the type of traffic carried on the network. It will lie somewhere between these two values. If the router is not enabled, this parameter is ignored and no headers are allocated. Default: 50, Valid Range: 1 - 0xFFFFFFFE.

  • PMTUBHDetectEnabled
  • The PMTUBHDetectEnabled property indicates whether detection of black hole routers occurs. Setting this parameter to TRUE causes TCP to try to detect black hole routers while discovering the path of the Maximum Transmission Unit. A black hole router does not return ICMP Destination Unreachable messages when it needs to fragment an IP datagram with the Don't Fragment bit set. TCP depends on receiving these messages to perform Path MTU Discovery. With this feature enabled, TCP will try to send segments without the Don't Fragment bit set if several retransmissions of a segment go unacknowledged. If the segment is acknowledged as a result, the MSS will be decreased and the Don't Fragment bit will be set in future packets on the connection. Enabling black hole detection increases the maximum number of retransmissions performed for a given segment. The default value of this property is FALSE.

  • PMTUDiscoveryEnabled
  • The PMTUDiscoveryEnabled property indicates whether the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) path is discovered. Setting this parameter to TRUE causes TCP to attempt to discover the MTU (the largest packet size) over the path to a remote host. By discovering the MTU path and limiting TCP segments to this size, TCP can eliminate fragmentation at routers along the path that connect networks with different MTUs. Fragmentation adversely affects TCP throughput and network congestion. Setting this parameter to FALSE causes an MTU of 576 bytes to be used for all connections that are not to machines on the local subnet. Default: TRUE.

  • ServiceName
  • The ServiceName property indicates the service name of the network adapter. This name is usually shorter than the full product name.
    Example: Elnkii.

  • SettingID
  • The identifier by which the CIM_Setting object is known.

  • TcpipNetbiosOptions
  • The TcpipNetbiosOptions property specifies a bitmap of the possible settings related to NetBIOS over TCP/IP. Windows 2000 only.

  • TcpMaxConnectRetransmissions
  • The TcpMaxConnectRetransmissions property indicates the number of times TCP will attempt to retransmit a Connect Request before terminating the connection. The initial retransmission timeout is 3 seconds. The retransmission timeout doubles for each attempt. Default: 3, Valid Range: 0 - 0xFFFFFFFF.

  • TcpMaxDataRetransmissions
  • The TcpMaxDataRetransmissions property indicates the number of times TCP will retransmit an individual data segment (non-connect segment) before terminating the connection. The retransmission timeout doubles with each successive retransmission on a connection. Default: 5, Valid Range: 0 - 0xFFFFFFFF.

  • TcpNumConnections
  • The TcpNumConnections property indicates the maximum number of connections that TCP can have open simultaneously. Default: 0xFFFFFE, Valid Range: 0 - 0xFFFFFE.

  • TcpUseRFC1122UrgentPointer
  • The TcpUseRFC1122UrgentPointer property indicates whether TCP uses the RFC 1122 specification or the mode used by Berkeley Software Design (BSD) derived systems, for urgent data. The two mechanisms interpret the urgent pointer differently and are not interoperable. Windows 2000 and Windows NT version 3.51 and higher defaults to BSD mode. If TRUE, urgent data is sent in RFC 1122 mode. Default: FALSE.

  • TcpWindowSize
  • The TcpWindowSize property contains the maximum TCP Receive Window size offered by the system. The Receive Window specifies the number of bytes a sender may transmit without receiving an acknowledgment. In general, larger receiving windows will improve performance over high delay and high bandwidth networks. For efficiency, the receiving window should be an even multiple of the TCP Maximum Segment Size (MSS). Default: Four times the maximum TCP data size or an even multiple of TCP data size rounded up to the nearest multiple of 8192. Ethernet networks default to 8760. Valid Range: 0 - 65535.

  • WINSEnableLMHostsLookup
  • The WINSEnableLMHostsLookup property indicates whether local lookup files are used. Lookup files will contain a map of IP addresses to host names. If they exist on the local system, they will be found in %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers\etc.

  • WINSHostLookupFile
  • The WINSHostLookupFile property contains a path to a WINS lookup file on the local system. This file will contain a map of IP addresses to host names. If the file specified in this property is found, it will be copied to the %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers\etc folder of the local system. Valid only if the WINSEnableLMHostsLookup property is TRUE.

  • WINSPrimaryServer
  • The WINSPrimaryServer property indicates the IP address for the primary WINS server.

  • WINSScopeID
  • The WINSScopeID property provides a way to isolate a group of computer systems that communicate with each other only. The Scope ID is a character string value that is appended to the end of the NetBIOS name. It is used for all NetBIOS transactions over TCP/IP communications from that computer system. Computers configured with identical Scope IDs are able to communicate with this computer. TCP/IP clients with different Scope IDs disregard packets from computers with this Scope ID. Valid only when the EnableWINS method executes successfully.

  • WINSSecondaryServer
  • The WINSSecondaryServer property indicates the IP address for the secondary WINS server.


    Methods

  • EnableDHCP
  • The EnableDHCP method enables the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) for service with this network adapter. DHCP allows IP addresses to be dynamic allocated. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • RenewDHCPLease
  • The RenewDHCPLease method renews the IP address on specific DHCP-enabled network adapters. The lease for the IP address assigned via a DHCP server has an expiration date that the client must renew if it intends to continue use of the assigned IP address. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • RenewDHCPLeaseAll
  • The RenewDHCPLeaseAll method renews the IP addresses on all DHCP-enabled network adapters. The lease for the IP address assigned via a DHCP server has an expiration date that the client must renew if it intends to continue use of the assigned IP address. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • ReleaseDHCPLease
  • The ReleaseDHCPLease method releases the IP address bound to a specific DHCP enabled network adapter. WARNING: If DHCP is enabled on this local computer system, the option disables TCP/IP on this specific network adapter. Unless you have an alternate path to the target system; that is, another TCP/IP bound network adapter, all TCP/IP communications will be lost. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • ReleaseDHCPLeaseAll
  • The ReleaseDHCPLeaseAll method releases the IP addresses bound to all DHCP enabled network adapters. WARNING: If DHCP is enabled on this local computer system, the option will terminate all DHCP TCP/IP connections.The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • EnableStatic
  • The EnableStatic method enables static TCP/IP addressing for the target network adapter. As a result, DHCP for this network adapter is disabled. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetGateways
  • The SetGateways method is used to specify a list of gateways for routing packets destined for a different subnet than the one this adapter is connected to. A more specific route should not exist for this subnet. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • EnableDNS
  • The EnableDNS method enables the Domain Name System (DNS) for service on TCP/IP-bound network adapters. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetDNSDomain
  • The SetDNSDomain method allows for the setting of the DNS domain. This is an instance dependent method call that applies on a per adapter basis. On Windows 2000 the setting applies to the targeted adapter. On NT4 this setting is global.The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetDNSServerSearchOrder
  • The SetDNSServerSearchOrder method allows for the setting of the server search order as a array of elements. This is an instance dependent method call that applies on a per adapter basis. On Windows 2000 the setting applies to the targeted adapter. On NT4 this setting is global.The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetDNSSuffixSearchOrder
  • The SetDNSSuffixSearchOrder method allows for the setting of the suffix search order as a array of elements. This is an instance independent method call that applies across all adapters. Windows NT only. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetDynamicDNSRegistration
  • The SetDynamicDNSRegistration method is used to indicate dynamic DNS registration of IP addresses for this IP bound adapter. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetIPConnectionMetric
  • The SetIPConnectionMetric method is used to set the routing metric associated with this IP bound adapter. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetWINSServer
  • The SetWINSServer method sets the primary and secondary Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) servers on this TCP/IP-bound network adapter. This method is applied independently of the network adapter. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • EnableWINS
  • The EnableWINS method enables Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) settings specific to TCP/IP, but independent of the network adapter. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetTcpipNetbios
  • The SetTcpipNetbios method is used to set the default operation of NetBIOS over TCP/IP for this network adapter. Windows 2000 only. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • EnableIPSec
  • The EnableIPSec method is used to enable IP security on this specific TCP/IP-enabled network adapter. Ports are secured only when the IPFilterSecurityEnabled property is TRUE.The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • DisableIPSec
  • The DisableIPSec method is used to disable IP security on this TCP/IP-enabled network adapter. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetIPXVirtualNetworkNumber
  • The SetIPXVirtualNetworkNumber method is used to set the Internetworking Packet Exchange (IPX) virtual network number on the target computer system. Windows 2000 and Windows NT 3.51 or greater uses an internal network number for internal routing. The internal network number is also known as a virtual network number. It uniquely identifies the computer system on the network. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetIPXFrameTypeNetworkPairs
  • The SetIPXFrameTypeNetworkPairs method is used to set Internetworking Packet Exchange (IPX) network number/frame pairs for this network adapter. Windows 2000 and Windows NT 3.51 and higher use an IPX network number for routing purposes. It is assigned to each configured frame type/network adapter combination on your computer system. This number is sometimes referred to as the "external network number." It must be unique for each network segment. If the frame type is set to AUTO, the network number should to zero. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetDatabasePath
  • The SetDatabasePath method sets the path to the standard Internet database files (HOSTS, LMHOSTS, NETWORKS, PROTOCOLS). It is used by the Windows Sockets interface. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetIPUseZeroBroadcast
  • The SetIPUseZeroBroadcast method is used to set IP zero broadcast usage. If this parameter is set to TRUE, then IP will use zeros-broadcasts (0.0.0.0) instead of ones-broadcasts (255.255.255.255). Most systems use ones-broadcasts, but systems derived from BSD implementations use zeros-broadcasts. Systems that use different broadcasts will not interoperate on the same network. Default: FALSE. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetArpAlwaysSourceRoute
  • The SetArpAlwaysSourceRoute method is used to set the transmission of ARP queries by the TCP/IP. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetArpUseEtherSNAP
  • The SetArpUseEtherSNAP method is used to enable ethernet packets to use 802.3 SNAP encoding. By default, the stack transmits packets in Digital, Intel, Xerox(DIX) Ethernet format. It will always receive both formats. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetDefaultTOS
  • The SetDefaultTOS method is used to set the default Type of Service (TOS) value in the header of outgoing IP packets. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetDefaultTTL
  • The SetDefaultTTL method is used to set the default Time to Live (TTL) value in the header of outgoing IP packets. The TTL specifies the number of routers an IP packet may pass through to reach its destination before being discarded. Each router decrements the TTL count of a packet by one and discards the packets with a TTL of 0. Default: 32, Valid Range: 1 - 255The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetDeadGWDetect
  • The SetDeadGWDetect method is used to enable Dead Gateway detection. Setting this parameter to TRUE causes TCP to perform Dead Gateway Detection. With this feature enabled, TCP asks IP to change to a backup gateway if it retransmits a segment several times without receiving a response. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetPMTUBHDetect
  • The SetPMTUBHDetect method is used to enable detection of Black Hole routers. Setting this parameter to TRUE causes TCP to try to detect Black Hole routers while doing Path MTU Discovery. A Black Hole router does not return the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Destination Unreachable messages when it needs to fragment an IP datagram with the Don't Fragment bit set. TCP depends on receiving these messages to perform Path MTU Discovery. With this feature enabled, TCP will try to send segments without the Don't Fragment bit set if several retransmissions of a segment go unacknowledged. If the segment is acknowledged as a result, the maximum segment size (MSS) will be decreased and the Don't Fragment bit will be set in future packets on the connection. Enabling black hole detection increases the maximum number of retransmissions performed for a given segment. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetPMTUDiscovery
  • The SetPMTUDiscovery method is used to enable Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) discovery. Setting this parameter to TRUE causes TCP to attempt to discover the MTU (or largest packet size) over the path to a remote host. By discovering the Path MTU and limiting TCP segments to this size, TCP can eliminate fragmentation at routers along the path that connect networks with different MTUs. Fragmentation adversely affects TCP throughput and network congestion. Setting this parameter to FALSE causes an MTU of 576 bytes to be used for all connections that are not to machines on the local subnet. Default: TRUE. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetForwardBufferMemory
  • The SetForwardBufferMemory method is used to specify how much memory IP allocates to store packet data in the router packet queue. When this buffer space is filled, the router begins discarding packets at random from its queue. Packet queue data buffers are 256 bytes in length, so the value of this parameter should be a multiple of 256. Multiple buffers are chained together for larger packets. The IP header for a packet is stored separately. This parameter is ignored and no buffers are allocated if the IP router is not enabled. The buffer size can range from the network MTU to the a value smaller than 0xFFFFFFFF. Default: 74240 (fifty 1480-byte packets, rounded to a multiple of 256).The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetIGMPLevel
  • The SetIGMPLevel method is used to set the extent to which the system supports IP multicasting and participates in the Internet Group Management Protocol. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetKeepAliveInterval
  • The SetKeepAliveInterval method is used to set the interval separating Keep Alive Retransmissions until a response is received. Once a response is received, the delay until the next Keep Alive Transmission is again controlled by the value of KeepAliveTime. The connection will be terminated after the number of retransmissions specified by TcpMaxDataRetransmissions have gone unanswered. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetKeepAliveTime
  • The SetKeepAliveTime method is used to set how often TCP attempts to verify that an idle connection is still available by sending a Keep Alive packet. If the remote system is still reachable and functioning, it will acknowledge the Keep Alive transmission. Keep Alive packets are not sent by default. This feature may be enabled in a connection by an application. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetMTU
  • The SetMTU method is used to set the default Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) for a network interface.
    The SetMTU method has been deprecated. There is no replacementand the values returned do not corresepond to the method's intended purpose.
    The MTU is the maximum packet size (in bytes) that the transport will transmit over the underlying network. The size includes the transport header. Note that an IP datagram may span multiple packets. Values larger than the default for the underlying network will result in the transport using the network default MTU. Values smaller than 68 will result in the transport using an MTU of 68. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetNumForwardPackets
  • The SetNumForwardPackets method is used to set the number of IP packet headers allocated for the router packet queue. When all headers are in use, the router will begin to discard packets from the queue at random.The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetTcpMaxConnectRetransmissions
  • The SetTcpMaxConnectRetransmissions method is used to set the number of attempts TCP will retransmit a Connect Request before aborting. The initial retransmission timeout is 3 seconds and doubles for each attempt.The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetTcpMaxDataRetransmissions
  • The SetTcpMaxDataRetransmissions method is used to set the number of times TCP will retransmit an individual data segment before aborting the connection. The retransmission timeout doubles with each successive retransmission on a connection.The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetTcpNumConnections
  • The SetTcpNumConnections method is used to set the maximum number of connections that TCP may have open simultaneously.The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetTcpUseRFC1122UrgentPointer
  • The SetTcpUseRFC1122UrgentPointer method is used to specify whether TCP uses the RFC 1122 specification for urgent data, or the mode used by Berkeley Software Design (BSD) derived systems. The two mechanisms interpret the urgent pointer in the TCP header and the length of the urgent data differently. They are not interoperable. Windows 2000 and Windows NT version 3.51 or higher defaults to BSD mode. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • SetTcpWindowSize
  • The SetTcpWindowSize method is used to set the maximum TCP Receive Window size offered by the system. The Receive Window specifies the number of bytes a sender can transmit without receiving an acknowledgment. In general, larger receive windows improve performance over high delay and high bandwidth networks. For efficiency, the receive window should be an even multiple of the TCP Maximum Segment Size (MSS). The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.

  • EnableIPFilterSec
  • The EnableIPFilterSec method is used to enable IP security globally across all IP-bound network adapters. With security enabled, the operational security characteristics for any single network adapter can be controlled using the network adapter specific EnableIPSec method. The method returns an integer value that can be interpretted as follows:
    0 - Successful completion, no reboot required
    1 - Successful completion, reboot required
    64 - Method not supported on this platform
    65 - Unknown failure
    66 - Invalid subnet mask
    67 - An error occurred while processing an Instance that was returned
    68 - Invalid input parameter
    69 - More than 5 gateways specified
    70 - Invalid IP address
    71 - Invalid gateway IP address
    72 - An error occurred while accessing the Registry for the requested information
    73 - Invalid domain name
    74 - Invalid host name
    75 - No primary/secondary WINS server defined
    76 - Invalid file
    77 - Invalid system path
    78 - File copy failed
    79 - Invalid security parameter
    80 - Unable to configure TCP/IP service
    81 - Unable to configure DHCP service
    82 - Unable to renew DHCP lease
    83 - Unable to release DHCP lease
    84 - IP not enabled on adapter
    85 - IPX not enabled on adapter
    86 - Frame/network number bounds error
    87 - Invalid frame type
    88 - Invalid network number
    89 - Duplicate network number
    90 - Parameter out of bounds
    91 - Access denied
    92 - Out of memory
    93 - Already exists
    94 - Path, file or object not found
    95 - Unable to notify service
    96 - Unable to notify DNS service
    97 - Interface not configurable
    98 - Not all DHCP leases could be released/renewed
    100 - DHCP not enabled on adapter
    Other - For integer values other than those listed above, refer to Win32 error code documentation.


    Example WQL

    SELECT * FROM Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration
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