Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000


The IFWXUdpDestination interface controls the outcome of a UDP destination event. Use IFWXUdpDestination::Deny to block the destination. Call IFWXUdpDestination::SetProtocol to associate the destination with the given protocol and perform access control based on the user's permission to access the protocol.

Methods in Vtable Order

IUnknown Methods Description
QueryInterface Returns pointers to supported interfaces.
AddRef Increments the reference count.
Release Decrements the reference count.

IFWXUdpDestination Methods Description
SetProtocol Associates the destination with a given protocol.
Deny Blocks the destination.

SetProtocol and Deny are like the corresponding methods of IFWXConnection, but the DWORD parameter of SetProtocol is currently reserved.


This interface is implemented by the Firewall service.


  Windows NT/2000: Requires Windows 2000.
  Version: Requires ISA Server 2000.
  Header: Wspfwext.idl.