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Checking if Open Transport IP Stack is Loaded

Q: How do I check if the OpenTransport IP protocol stack is loaded or not?

A: OpenTransport provides the option to delay the complete loading of the protocol stack. This reduces the use of system memory for the IP protocol stack until a TCP/IP application is launched. To check whether the stack is loaded, call OTInetGetInterfaceInfo(). If it returns an IP address, the stack is loaded. If the returned address is zero or the call fails, the stack is not yet loaded. The call to OTInetGetInterfaceInfo() does not force the load of the IP stack.

[Sep 15 1995]

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