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/*
 * ARGO Project, Computer Sciences Dept., University of Wisconsin - Madison
 */
/*
 * $Header: /cvsroot/src/sys/netiso/iso_pcb.c,v 1.1 1993/04/09 12:01:18 cgd Exp $
 * $Source: /cvsroot/src/sys/netiso/iso_pcb.c,v $
 *
 * Iso address family net-layer(s) pcb stuff. NEH 1/29/87
 */

#ifdef ISO

#include "param.h"
#include "systm.h"
#include "mbuf.h"
#include "socket.h"
#include "socketvar.h"
#include "errno.h"

#include "argo_debug.h"
#include "iso.h"
#include "clnp.h"
#include "../netinet/in_systm.h"
#include "../net/if.h"
#include "../net/route.h"
#include "iso_pcb.h"
#include "iso_var.h"
#include "protosw.h"

#ifdef TPCONS
#include "../netccitt/x25.h"
#include "../netccitt/pk.h"
#include "../netccitt/pk_var.h"
#endif

#define PCBNULL (struct isopcb *)0
struct	iso_addr zeroiso_addr = {
	0
};


/*
 * FUNCTION:		iso_pcballoc
 *
 * PURPOSE:			creates an isopcb structure in an mbuf,
 *					with socket (so), and 
 *					puts it in the queue with head (head)
 *
 * RETURNS:			0 if OK, ENOBUFS if can't alloc the necessary mbuf
 */
int
iso_pcballoc(so, head)
	struct socket *so;
	struct isopcb *head;
{
	register struct isopcb *isop;

	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcballoc(so 0x%x)\n", so);
	ENDDEBUG
	MALLOC(isop, struct isopcb *, sizeof(*isop), M_PCB, M_NOWAIT);
	if (isop == NULL)
		return ENOBUFS;
	bzero((caddr_t)isop, sizeof(*isop));
	isop->isop_head = head;
	isop->isop_socket = so;
	insque(isop, head);
	if (so)
		so->so_pcb = (caddr_t)isop;
	return 0;
}
	
/*
 * FUNCTION:		iso_pcbbind
 *
 * PURPOSE:			binds the address given in *(nam) to the socket
 *					specified by the isopcb in *(isop)
 *					If the given address is zero, it makes sure the
 *					address isn't already in use and if it's got a network
 *					portion, we look for an interface with that network
 *					address.  If the address given is zero, we allocate
 *					a port and stuff it in the (nam) structure.
 *
 * RETURNS:			errno E* or 0 if ok.
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	increments head->isop_lport if it allocates a port #
 *
 * NOTES:			
 */
#define	satosiso(sa)	((struct sockaddr_iso *)(sa))
int
iso_pcbbind(isop, nam)
	register struct isopcb *isop;
	struct mbuf *nam;
{
	register struct isopcb *head = isop->isop_head;
	register struct sockaddr_iso *siso;
	struct iso_ifaddr *ia;
	union {
		char data[2];
		u_short s;
	} suf;

	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcbbind(isop 0x%x, nam 0x%x)\n", isop, nam);
	ENDDEBUG
	suf.s = 0;
	if (iso_ifaddr == 0) /* any interfaces attached? */
		return EADDRNOTAVAIL;
	if (isop->isop_laddr)  /* already bound */
		return EADDRINUSE;
	if(nam == (struct mbuf *)0) {
		isop->isop_laddr = &isop->isop_sladdr;
		isop->isop_sladdr.siso_len = sizeof(struct sockaddr_iso);
		isop->isop_sladdr.siso_family = AF_ISO;
		isop->isop_sladdr.siso_tlen = 2;
		isop->isop_sladdr.siso_nlen = 0;
		isop->isop_sladdr.siso_slen = 0;
		isop->isop_sladdr.siso_plen = 0;
		goto noname;
	}
	siso = mtod(nam, struct sockaddr_iso *);
	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcbbind(name len 0x%x)\n", nam->m_len);
		printf("The address is %s\n", clnp_iso_addrp(&siso->siso_addr));
	ENDDEBUG
	/*
	 * We would like sort of length check but since some OSI addrs
	 * do not have fixed length, we can't really do much.
	 * The ONLY thing we can say is that an osi addr has to have
	 * at LEAST an afi and one more byte and had better fit into
	 * a struct iso_addr.
	 * However, in fact the size of the whole thing is a struct
	 * sockaddr_iso, so probably this is what we should check for.
	 */
	if( (nam->m_len < 2) || (nam->m_len < siso->siso_len)) {
			return ENAMETOOLONG;
	}
	if (siso->siso_tlen) {
			register char *cp = TSEL(siso);
			suf.data[0] = cp[0];
			suf.data[1] = cp[1];
	}
	if (siso->siso_nlen) {
		/* non-zero net addr- better match one of our interfaces */
		IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
			printf("iso_pcbbind: bind to NOT zeroisoaddr\n");
		ENDDEBUG
		for (ia = iso_ifaddr; ia; ia = ia->ia_next) 
			if (SAME_ISOADDR(siso, &ia->ia_addr))
				break;
		if (ia == 0)
			return EADDRNOTAVAIL;
	} 
	if (siso->siso_len <= sizeof (isop->isop_sladdr)) {
		isop->isop_laddr = &isop->isop_sladdr;
	} else {
		if ((nam = m_copy(nam, 0, (int)M_COPYALL)) == 0)
			return ENOBUFS;
		isop->isop_laddr = mtod(nam, struct sockaddr_iso *);
	}
	bcopy((caddr_t)siso, (caddr_t)isop->isop_laddr, siso->siso_len);
	if (suf.s || siso->siso_tlen != 2) {
		if((suf.s < ISO_PORT_RESERVED) && (siso->siso_tlen <= 2) &&
		   (isop->isop_socket->so_state && SS_PRIV) == 0)
			return EACCES;
		if ((isop->isop_socket->so_options & SO_REUSEADDR) == 0 &&
			iso_pcblookup(head, 0, (caddr_t)0, isop->isop_laddr))
			return EADDRINUSE;
	} else {
		register char *cp;
noname:
		cp = TSEL(isop->isop_laddr);
	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcbbind noname\n");
	ENDDEBUG
		do {
			if (head->isop_lport++ < ISO_PORT_RESERVED ||
			    head->isop_lport > ISO_PORT_USERRESERVED)
				head->isop_lport = ISO_PORT_RESERVED;
			suf.s = head->isop_lport;
			cp[0] = suf.data[0];
			cp[1] = suf.data[1];
		} while (iso_pcblookup(head, 0, (caddr_t)0, isop->isop_laddr));
	}
	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcbbind returns 0, suf 0x%x\n", suf);
	ENDDEBUG
	return 0;
}
/*
 * FUNCTION:		iso_pcbconnect
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Make the isopcb (isop) look like it's connected.
 *					In other words, give it the peer address given in 
 *					the mbuf * (nam).   Make sure such a combination
 *					of local, peer addresses doesn't already exist
 *					for this protocol.  Internet mentality prevails here,
 *					wherein a src,dst pair uniquely identifies a connection.
 * 					Both net address and port must be specified in argument 
 *					(nam).
 * 					If we don't have a local address for this socket yet, 
 *					we pick one by calling iso_pcbbind().
 *
 * RETURNS:			errno E* or 0 if ok.
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	Looks up a route, which may cause one to be left
 *					in the isopcb.
 *
 * NOTES:			
 */
int
iso_pcbconnect(isop, nam)
	register struct isopcb *isop;
	struct mbuf *nam;
{
	register struct sockaddr_iso	*siso = mtod(nam, struct sockaddr_iso *);
	int								local_zero, error = 0;
	struct iso_ifaddr 				*ia;

	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcbconnect(isop 0x%x sock 0x%x nam 0x%x",
					isop, isop->isop_socket, nam);
		printf("nam->m_len 0x%x), addr:\n", nam->m_len);
		dump_isoaddr(siso);
	ENDDEBUG
	if (nam->m_len < siso->siso_len)
		return EINVAL; 
	if (siso->siso_family != AF_ISO)
		return EAFNOSUPPORT;
	if (siso->siso_nlen == 0) {
		if (ia = iso_ifaddr) {
			int nlen = ia->ia_addr.siso_nlen;
			ovbcopy(TSEL(siso), nlen + TSEL(siso),
				siso->siso_plen + siso->siso_tlen + siso->siso_slen);
			bcopy((caddr_t)&ia->ia_addr.siso_addr,
				  (caddr_t)&siso->siso_addr, nlen + 1);
			/* includes siso->siso_nlen = nlen; */
		} else
			return EADDRNOTAVAIL;
	}
	/*
	 * Local zero means either not bound, or bound to a TSEL, but no
	 * particular local interface.  So, if we want to send somebody
	 * we need to choose a return address.
	 */
	local_zero = 
		((isop->isop_laddr == 0) || (isop->isop_laddr->siso_nlen == 0));
	if (local_zero) {
		int flags;

		IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
			printf("iso_pcbconnect localzero 1\n");
		ENDDEBUG
		/* 
		 * If route is known or can be allocated now,
		 * our src addr is taken from the i/f, else punt.
		 */
		flags = isop->isop_socket->so_options & SO_DONTROUTE;
		if (error = clnp_route(&siso->siso_addr, &isop->isop_route, flags,
						(struct sockaddr **)0, &ia))
			return error;
		IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
			printf("iso_pcbconnect localzero 2, ro->ro_rt 0x%x",
				isop->isop_route.ro_rt);
			printf(" ia 0x%x\n", ia);
		ENDDEBUG
	}
	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("in iso_pcbconnect before lookup isop 0x%x isop->sock 0x%x\n", 
			isop, isop->isop_socket);
	ENDDEBUG
	if (local_zero) {
		int nlen, tlen, totlen; caddr_t oldtsel, newtsel;
		siso = isop->isop_laddr;
		if (siso == 0 || siso->siso_tlen == 0)
			(void)iso_pcbbind(isop, (struct mbuf *)0);
		/*
		 * Here we have problem of squezeing in a definite network address
		 * into an existing sockaddr_iso, which in fact may not have room
		 * for it.  This gets messy.
		 */
		siso = isop->isop_laddr;
		oldtsel = TSEL(siso);
		tlen = siso->siso_tlen;
		nlen = ia->ia_addr.siso_nlen;
		totlen = tlen + nlen + _offsetof(struct sockaddr_iso, siso_data[0]);
		if ((siso == &isop->isop_sladdr) &&
			(totlen > sizeof(isop->isop_sladdr))) {
			struct mbuf *m = m_get(MT_SONAME, M_DONTWAIT);
			if (m == 0)
					return ENOBUFS;
			m->m_len = totlen;
			isop->isop_laddr = siso = mtod(m, struct sockaddr_iso *);
		}
		siso->siso_nlen = ia->ia_addr.siso_nlen;
		newtsel = TSEL(siso);
		ovbcopy(oldtsel, newtsel, tlen);
		bcopy(ia->ia_addr.siso_data, siso->siso_data, nlen);
		siso->siso_tlen = tlen;
		siso->siso_family = AF_ISO;
		siso->siso_len = totlen;
		siso = mtod(nam, struct sockaddr_iso *);
	}
	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("in iso_pcbconnect before bcopy isop 0x%x isop->sock 0x%x\n", 
			isop, isop->isop_socket);
	ENDDEBUG
	/*
	 * If we had to allocate space to a previous big foreign address,
	 * and for some reason we didn't free it, we reuse it knowing
	 * that is going to be big enough, as sockaddrs are delivered in
	 * 128 byte mbufs.
	 * If the foreign address is small enough, we use default space;
	 * otherwise, we grab an mbuf to copy into.
	 */
	if (isop->isop_faddr == 0 || isop->isop_faddr == &isop->isop_sfaddr) {
		if (siso->siso_len <= sizeof(isop->isop_sfaddr))
			isop->isop_faddr = &isop->isop_sfaddr;
		else {
			struct mbuf *m = m_get(MT_SONAME, M_DONTWAIT);
			if (m == 0)
				return ENOBUFS;
			isop->isop_faddr = mtod(m, struct sockaddr_iso *);
		}
	}
	bcopy((caddr_t)siso, (caddr_t)isop->isop_faddr, siso->siso_len);
	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("in iso_pcbconnect after bcopy isop 0x%x isop->sock 0x%x\n", 
			isop, isop->isop_socket);
		printf("iso_pcbconnect connected to addr:\n");
		dump_isoaddr(isop->isop_faddr);
		printf("iso_pcbconnect end: src addr:\n");
		dump_isoaddr(isop->isop_laddr);
	ENDDEBUG
	return 0;
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		iso_pcbdisconnect()
 *
 * PURPOSE:			washes away the peer address info so the socket
 *					appears to be disconnected.
 *					If there's no file descriptor associated with the socket
 *					it detaches the pcb.
 *
 * RETURNS:			Nada.
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	May detach the pcb.
 *
 * NOTES:			
 */
void
iso_pcbdisconnect(isop)
	struct isopcb *isop;
{
	void iso_pcbdetach();
	register struct sockaddr_iso *siso;

	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcbdisconnect(isop 0x%x)\n", isop);
	ENDDEBUG
	/*
	 * Preserver binding infnormation if already bound.
	 */
	if ((siso = isop->isop_laddr) && siso->siso_nlen && siso->siso_tlen) {
		caddr_t otsel = TSEL(siso);
		siso->siso_nlen = 0;
		ovbcopy(otsel, TSEL(siso), siso->siso_tlen);
	}
	if (isop->isop_faddr && isop->isop_faddr != &isop->isop_sfaddr)
		m_freem(dtom(isop->isop_faddr));
	isop->isop_faddr = 0;
	if (isop->isop_socket->so_state & SS_NOFDREF)
		iso_pcbdetach(isop);
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		iso_pcbdetach
 *
 * PURPOSE:			detach the pcb at *(isop) from it's socket and free
 *					the mbufs associated with the pcb..
 *					Dequeues (isop) from its head.
 *
 * RETURNS:			Nada.
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			
 */
void
iso_pcbdetach(isop)
	struct isopcb *isop;
{
	struct socket *so = isop->isop_socket;

	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcbdetach(isop 0x%x socket 0x%x so 0x%x)\n", 
			isop, isop->isop_socket, so);
	ENDDEBUG
#ifdef TPCONS
	if (isop->isop_refcnt) {
		register struct pklcd *lcp = (struct pklcd *)isop->isop_chan;
		if (--isop->isop_refcnt > 0)
			return;
		if (lcp && lcp->lcd_state == DATA_TRANSFER)
			pk_disconnect(lcp);
		isop->isop_chan = 0;
	}
#endif
	if (so) { /* in the x.25 domain, we sometimes have no socket */
		so->so_pcb = 0;
		sofree(so); 
	}
	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcbdetach 2 \n");
	ENDDEBUG
	if (isop->isop_options)
		(void)m_free(isop->isop_options);
	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcbdetach 3 \n");
	ENDDEBUG
	if (isop->isop_route.ro_rt)
		rtfree(isop->isop_route.ro_rt);
	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcbdetach 3.1\n");
	ENDDEBUG
	if (isop->isop_clnpcache != NULL) {
		struct clnp_cache *clcp =
			mtod(isop->isop_clnpcache, struct clnp_cache *);
		IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
			printf("iso_pcbdetach 3.2: clcp 0x%x freeing clc_hdr x%x\n", 
				clcp, clcp->clc_hdr);
		ENDDEBUG
		if (clcp->clc_hdr != NULL)
			m_free(clcp->clc_hdr);
		IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
			printf("iso_pcbdetach 3.3: freeing cache x%x\n", 
				isop->isop_clnpcache);
		ENDDEBUG
		m_free(isop->isop_clnpcache);
	}
	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcbdetach 4 \n");
	ENDDEBUG
	remque(isop);
	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcbdetach 5 \n");
	ENDDEBUG
	if (isop->isop_laddr && (isop->isop_laddr != &isop->isop_sladdr))
		m_freem(dtom(isop->isop_laddr));
	free((caddr_t)isop, M_PCB);
}


/*
 * FUNCTION:		iso_pcbnotify
 *
 * PURPOSE:			notify all connections in this protocol's queue (head)
 *					that have peer address (dst) of the problem (errno)
 *					by calling (notify) on the connections' isopcbs.
 *
 * RETURNS:			Rien.
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			(notify) is called at splimp!
 */
void
iso_pcbnotify(head, siso, errno, notify)
	struct isopcb *head;
	register struct sockaddr_iso *siso;
	int errno, (*notify)();
{
	register struct isopcb *isop;
	int s = splimp();

	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcbnotify(head 0x%x, notify 0x%x) dst:\n", head, notify);
	ENDDEBUG
	for (isop = head->isop_next; isop != head; isop = isop->isop_next) {
		if (isop->isop_socket == 0 || isop->isop_faddr == 0 ||
			!SAME_ISOADDR(siso, isop->isop_faddr)) {
			IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
				printf("iso_pcbnotify: CONTINUE isop 0x%x, sock 0x%x\n" ,
					isop, isop->isop_socket);
				printf("addrmatch cmp'd with (0x%x):\n", isop->isop_faddr);
				dump_isoaddr(isop->isop_faddr);
			ENDDEBUG
			continue;
		}
		if (errno) 
			isop->isop_socket->so_error = errno;
		if (notify)
			(*notify)(isop);
	}
	splx(s);
	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("END OF iso_pcbnotify\n" );
	ENDDEBUG
}


/*
 * FUNCTION:		iso_pcblookup
 *
 * PURPOSE:			looks for a given combination of (faddr), (fport),
 *					(lport), (laddr) in the queue named by (head).
 *					Argument (flags) is ignored.
 *
 * RETURNS:			ptr to the isopcb if it finds a connection matching
 *					these arguments, o.w. returns zero.
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			
 */
struct isopcb *
iso_pcblookup(head, fportlen, fport, laddr)
	struct isopcb *head;
	register struct sockaddr_iso *laddr;
	caddr_t fport;
	int fportlen;
{
	register struct isopcb *isop;
	register caddr_t lp = TSEL(laddr);
	unsigned int llen = laddr->siso_tlen;

	IFDEBUG(D_ISO)
		printf("iso_pcblookup(head 0x%x laddr 0x%x fport 0x%x)\n", 
			head, laddr, fport);
	ENDDEBUG
	for (isop = head->isop_next; isop != head; isop = isop->isop_next) {
		if (isop->isop_laddr == 0 || isop->isop_laddr == laddr)
			continue;
		if (isop->isop_laddr->siso_tlen != llen)
			continue;
		if (bcmp(lp, TSEL(isop->isop_laddr), llen))
			continue;
		if (fportlen && isop->isop_faddr &&
			bcmp(fport, TSEL(isop->isop_faddr), (unsigned)fportlen))
			continue;
		/*	PHASE2
		 *	addrmatch1 should be iso_addrmatch(a, b, mask)
		 *	where mask is taken from isop->isop_laddrmask (new field)
		 *	isop_lnetmask will also be available in isop
		if (laddr != &zeroiso_addr &&
			!iso_addrmatch1(laddr, &(isop->isop_laddr.siso_addr)))
			continue;
		*/
		if (laddr->siso_nlen && (!SAME_ISOADDR(laddr, isop->isop_laddr)))
			continue;
		return (isop);
	}
	return (struct isopcb *)0;
}
#endif ISO