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 *	@(#)ip_icmp.h	7.5 (Berkeley) 6/28/90
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/*
 * Interface Control Message Protocol Definitions.
 * Per RFC 792, September 1981.
 */

/*
 * Structure of an icmp header.
 */
struct icmp {
	u_char	icmp_type;		/* type of message, see below */
	u_char	icmp_code;		/* type sub code */
	u_short	icmp_cksum;		/* ones complement cksum of struct */
	union {
		u_char ih_pptr;			/* ICMP_PARAMPROB */
		struct in_addr ih_gwaddr;	/* ICMP_REDIRECT */
		struct ih_idseq {
			n_short	icd_id;
			n_short	icd_seq;
		} ih_idseq;
		int ih_void;
	} icmp_hun;
#define	icmp_pptr	icmp_hun.ih_pptr
#define	icmp_gwaddr	icmp_hun.ih_gwaddr
#define	icmp_id		icmp_hun.ih_idseq.icd_id
#define	icmp_seq	icmp_hun.ih_idseq.icd_seq
#define	icmp_void	icmp_hun.ih_void
	union {
		struct id_ts {
			n_time its_otime;
			n_time its_rtime;
			n_time its_ttime;
		} id_ts;
		struct id_ip  {
			struct ip idi_ip;
			/* options and then 64 bits of data */
		} id_ip;
		u_long	id_mask;
		char	id_data[1];
	} icmp_dun;
#define	icmp_otime	icmp_dun.id_ts.its_otime
#define	icmp_rtime	icmp_dun.id_ts.its_rtime
#define	icmp_ttime	icmp_dun.id_ts.its_ttime
#define	icmp_ip		icmp_dun.id_ip.idi_ip
#define	icmp_mask	icmp_dun.id_mask
#define	icmp_data	icmp_dun.id_data
};

/*
 * Lower bounds on packet lengths for various types.
 * For the error advice packets must first insure that the
 * packet is large enought to contain the returned ip header.
 * Only then can we do the check to see if 64 bits of packet
 * data have been returned, since we need to check the returned
 * ip header length.
 */
#define	ICMP_MINLEN	8				/* abs minimum */
#define	ICMP_TSLEN	(8 + 3 * sizeof (n_time))	/* timestamp */
#define	ICMP_MASKLEN	12				/* address mask */
#define	ICMP_ADVLENMIN	(8 + sizeof (struct ip) + 8)	/* min */
#define	ICMP_ADVLEN(p)	(8 + ((p)->icmp_ip.ip_hl << 2) + 8)
	/* N.B.: must separately check that ip_hl >= 5 */

/*
 * Definition of type and code field values.
 */
#define	ICMP_ECHOREPLY		0		/* echo reply */
#define	ICMP_UNREACH		3		/* dest unreachable, codes: */
#define		ICMP_UNREACH_NET	0		/* bad net */
#define		ICMP_UNREACH_HOST	1		/* bad host */
#define		ICMP_UNREACH_PROTOCOL	2		/* bad protocol */
#define		ICMP_UNREACH_PORT	3		/* bad port */
#define		ICMP_UNREACH_NEEDFRAG	4		/* IP_DF caused drop */
#define		ICMP_UNREACH_SRCFAIL	5		/* src route failed */
#define	ICMP_SOURCEQUENCH	4		/* packet lost, slow down */
#define	ICMP_REDIRECT		5		/* shorter route, codes: */
#define		ICMP_REDIRECT_NET	0		/* for network */
#define		ICMP_REDIRECT_HOST	1		/* for host */
#define		ICMP_REDIRECT_TOSNET	2		/* for tos and net */
#define		ICMP_REDIRECT_TOSHOST	3		/* for tos and host */
#define	ICMP_ECHO		8		/* echo service */
#define	ICMP_TIMXCEED		11		/* time exceeded, code: */
#define		ICMP_TIMXCEED_INTRANS	0		/* ttl==0 in transit */
#define		ICMP_TIMXCEED_REASS	1		/* ttl==0 in reass */
#define	ICMP_PARAMPROB		12		/* ip header bad */
#define	ICMP_TSTAMP		13		/* timestamp request */
#define	ICMP_TSTAMPREPLY	14		/* timestamp reply */
#define	ICMP_IREQ		15		/* information request */
#define	ICMP_IREQREPLY		16		/* information reply */
#define	ICMP_MASKREQ		17		/* address mask request */
#define	ICMP_MASKREPLY		18		/* address mask reply */

#define	ICMP_MAXTYPE		18

#define	ICMP_INFOTYPE(type) \
	((type) == ICMP_ECHOREPLY || (type) == ICMP_ECHO || \
	(type) == ICMP_TSTAMP || (type) == ICMP_TSTAMPREPLY || \
	(type) == ICMP_IREQ || (type) == ICMP_IREQREPLY || \
	(type) == ICMP_MASKREQ || (type) == ICMP_MASKREPLY)