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/*
 * ARGO Project, Computer Sciences Dept., University of Wisconsin - Madison
 */

#if ISO

#include <sys/param.h>
#include <sys/mbuf.h>
#include <sys/domain.h>
#include <sys/protosw.h>
#include <sys/socket.h>
#include <sys/socketvar.h>
#include <sys/errno.h>

#include <net/if.h>
#include <net/route.h>

#include <netiso/iso.h>
#include <netiso/clnp.h>
#include <netiso/clnp_stat.h>
#include <netiso/argo_debug.h>

/*
 * FUNCTION:		clnp_update_srcrt
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Process src rt option accompanying a clnp datagram.
 *						- bump src route ptr if src routing and
 *							we appear current in src route list.
 *
 * RETURNS:			none
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			If source routing has been terminated, do nothing.
 */
clnp_update_srcrt(options, oidx)
struct mbuf			*options;	/* ptr to options mbuf */
struct clnp_optidx	*oidx;		/* ptr to option index */
{
	u_char			len;	/* length of current address */
	struct iso_addr	isoa;	/* copy current address into here */

	if (CLNPSRCRT_TERM(oidx, options)) {
		IFDEBUG(D_OPTIONS)
			printf("clnp_update_srcrt: src rt terminated\n");
		ENDDEBUG
		return;
	}

	len = CLNPSRCRT_CLEN(oidx, options);
	bcopy(CLNPSRCRT_CADDR(oidx, options), (caddr_t)&isoa, len);
	isoa.isoa_len = len;
		
	IFDEBUG(D_OPTIONS)
		printf("clnp_update_srcrt: current src rt: %s\n", 
			clnp_iso_addrp(&isoa));
	ENDDEBUG

	if (clnp_ours(&isoa)) {
		IFDEBUG(D_OPTIONS)
			printf("clnp_update_srcrt: updating src rt\n");
		ENDDEBUG

		/* update pointer to next src route */
		len++;	/* count length byte too! */
		CLNPSRCRT_OFF(oidx, options) += len;
	}
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		clnp_dooptions
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Process options accompanying a clnp datagram.
 *					Processing includes
 *						- log our address if recording route
 *
 * RETURNS:			none
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			
 */
clnp_dooptions(options, oidx, ifp, isoa)
struct mbuf			*options;	/* ptr to options mbuf */
struct clnp_optidx	*oidx;		/* ptr to option index */
struct ifnet		*ifp;		/* ptr to interface pkt is leaving on */
struct iso_addr		*isoa;		/* ptr to our address for this ifp */
{
	/*
	 *	If record route is specified, move all
	 *	existing records over, and insert the address of
	 *	interface passed
	 */
	if (oidx->cni_recrtp) {
		char 	*opt;			/* ptr to beginning of recrt option */
		u_char	off;			/* offset from opt of first free byte */
		char	*rec_start;		/* beginning of new rt recorded */

		opt = CLNP_OFFTOOPT(options, oidx->cni_recrtp);
		off = *(opt + 1);
		rec_start = opt + off - 1;

		IFDEBUG(D_OPTIONS)
			printf("clnp_dooptions: record route: option x%x for %d bytes\n",
				opt, oidx->cni_recrt_len);
			printf("\tfree slot offset x%x\n", off);
			printf("clnp_dooptions: recording %s\n", clnp_iso_addrp(isoa));
			printf("clnp_dooptions: option dump:\n");
			dump_buf(opt, oidx->cni_recrt_len);
		ENDDEBUG

		/* proceed only if recording has not been terminated */
		if (off != 0xff) {
			int new_addrlen = isoa->isoa_len + 1;
			/* 
			 *	if there is insufficient room to store the next address,
			 *	then terminate recording. Plus 1 on isoa_len is for the
			 *	length byte itself
			 */
			if (oidx->cni_recrt_len - (off - 1) < new_addrlen) {
				*(opt + 1) = 0xff;	/* terminate recording */
			} else {
				IFDEBUG(D_OPTIONS)
					printf("clnp_dooptions: new addr at x%x for %d\n",
						rec_start, new_addrlen);
				ENDDEBUG

				bcopy((caddr_t)isoa, rec_start, new_addrlen);

				/* update offset field */
				*(opt + 1) += new_addrlen;

				IFDEBUG(D_OPTIONS)
					printf("clnp_dooptions: new option dump:\n");
					dump_buf(opt, oidx->cni_recrt_len);
				ENDDEBUG
			}
		}
	}
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		clnp_set_opts
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Check the data mbuf passed for option sanity. If it is
 *					ok, then set the options ptr to address the data mbuf.
 *					If an options mbuf exists, free it. This implies that
 *					any old options will be lost. If data is NULL, simply
 *					free any old options.
 *
 * RETURNS:			unix error code
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			
 */
clnp_set_opts(options, data)
struct mbuf	**options;	/* target for option information */
struct mbuf	**data;		/* source of option information */
{
	int					error = 0;	/* error return value */
	struct clnp_optidx	dummy;		/* dummy index - not used */

	/*
	 *	remove any existing options
	 */
	if (*options != NULL) {
		m_freem(*options);
		*options = NULL;
	}

	if (*data != NULL) {
		/*
		 *	Insure that the options are reasonable.
		 *
		 *	Also, we do not support security, priority,
		 *	nor do we allow one to send an ER option
		 *
		 *	The QOS parameter is checked for the DECBIT.
		 */
		if ((clnp_opt_sanity(*data, mtod(*data, caddr_t), (*data)->m_len, 
			&dummy) != 0) ||
				(dummy.cni_securep) ||
				(dummy.cni_priorp) ||
				(dummy.cni_er_reason != ER_INVALREAS)) {
			error = EINVAL;
		} else {
			*options = *data;
			*data = NULL;	/* so caller won't free mbuf @ *data */
		}
	}
	return error;
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		clnp_opt_sanity
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Check the options (beginning at opts for len bytes) for
 *					sanity. In addition, fill in the option index structure 
 *					in with information about each option discovered.
 *
 * RETURNS:			success (options check out) - 0
 *					failure - an ER pdu error code describing failure
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			Each pointer field of the option index is filled in with
 *					the offset from the beginning of the mbuf data, not the
 *					actual address.
 */
clnp_opt_sanity(m, opts, len, oidx)
struct mbuf 		*m;		/* mbuf options reside in */
caddr_t				opts;	/* ptr to buffer containing options */
int					len;	/* length of buffer */
struct clnp_optidx	*oidx;	/* RETURN: filled in with option idx info */
{
	u_char	opcode;			/* code of particular option */
	u_char	oplen;			/* length of a particular option */
	caddr_t	opts_end;		/* ptr to end of options */
	u_char	pad = 0, secure = 0, srcrt = 0, recrt = 0, qos = 0, prior = 0;
							/* flags for catching duplicate options */
	
	IFDEBUG(D_OPTIONS)
		printf("clnp_opt_sanity: checking %d bytes of data:\n", len);
		dump_buf(opts, len);
	ENDDEBUG

	/* clear option index field if passed */
	bzero((caddr_t)oidx, sizeof(struct clnp_optidx));

	/*
	 *	We need to indicate whether the ER option is present. This is done
	 *	by overloading the er_reason field to also indicate presense of
	 *	the option along with the option value. I would like ER_INVALREAS
	 *	to have value 0, but alas, 0 is a valid er reason...
	 */
	oidx->cni_er_reason = ER_INVALREAS;

	opts_end = opts + len;
	while (opts < opts_end) {
		/* must have at least 2 bytes per option (opcode and len) */
		if (opts + 2 > opts_end)
			return(GEN_INCOMPLETE);
		
		opcode = *opts++;
		oplen = *opts++;
		IFDEBUG(D_OPTIONS)
			printf("clnp_opt_sanity: opcode is %x and oplen %d\n",
				opcode, oplen);
			printf("clnp_opt_sanity: clnpoval_SRCRT is %x\n", CLNPOVAL_SRCRT);

				switch (opcode) {
					case CLNPOVAL_PAD: {
						printf("CLNPOVAL_PAD\n");
					} break;
					case CLNPOVAL_SECURE: {
						printf("CLNPOVAL_SECURE\n");
					} break;
					case CLNPOVAL_SRCRT: {
							printf("CLNPOVAL_SRCRT\n");
					} break;
					case CLNPOVAL_RECRT: {
						printf("CLNPOVAL_RECRT\n");
					} break;
					case CLNPOVAL_QOS: {
						printf("CLNPOVAL_QOS\n");
					} break;
					case CLNPOVAL_PRIOR: {
						printf("CLNPOVAL_PRIOR\n");
					} break;
					case CLNPOVAL_ERREAS: {
						printf("CLNPOVAL_ERREAS\n");
					} break;
					default:
						printf("UKNOWN option %x\n", opcode);
				}
		ENDDEBUG

		/* don't allow crazy length values */
		if (opts + oplen > opts_end)
			return(GEN_INCOMPLETE);

		switch (opcode) {
			case CLNPOVAL_PAD:
				/*
				 *	Padding: increment pointer by length of padding
				 */
				if (pad++)						/* duplicate ? */
					return(GEN_DUPOPT);
				opts += oplen;
				break;

			case CLNPOVAL_SECURE: {
				u_char	format = *opts;

				if (secure++)					/* duplicate ? */
					return(GEN_DUPOPT);
				/*
				 *	Security: high 2 bits of first octet indicate format
				 *	(00 in high bits is reserved).
				 *	Remaining bits must be 0. Remaining octets indicate
				 *	actual security
				 */
				if (((format & 0x3f) > 0) ||	/* low 6 bits set ? */
					((format & 0xc0) == 0))		/* high 2 bits zero ? */
					return(GEN_HDRSYNTAX);

				oidx->cni_securep = CLNP_OPTTOOFF(m, opts);
				oidx->cni_secure_len = oplen;
				opts += oplen;
			} break;

			case CLNPOVAL_SRCRT: {
				u_char	type, offset;	/* type of rt, offset of start */
				caddr_t	route_end;		/* address of end of route option */

				IFDEBUG(D_OPTIONS)
					printf("clnp_opt_sanity: SRC RT\n");
				ENDDEBUG

				if (srcrt++)					/* duplicate ? */
					return(GEN_DUPOPT);
				/* 
				 *	source route: There must be 2 bytes following the length
				 *	field: type and offset. The type must be either
				 *	partial route or complete route. The offset field must
				 *	be within the option. A single exception is made, however.
				 *	The offset may be 1 greater than the length. This case 
				 *	occurs when the last source route record is consumed. 
				 *	In this case, we ignore the source route option.
				 *	RAH? You should be able to set offset to 'ff' like in record
				 *	route!
				 *	Following this is a series of address fields. 
				 *	Each address field is composed of a (length, address) pair.
				 *	Insure that the offset and each address length is reasonable
				 */
				route_end = opts + oplen;

				if (opts + 2 > route_end)
					return(SRCRT_SYNTAX);

				type = *opts;
				offset = *(opts+1);


				/* type must be partial or complete */
				if (!((type == CLNPOVAL_PARTRT) || (type == CLNPOVAL_COMPRT)))
					return(SRCRT_SYNTAX);
				
				oidx->cni_srcrt_s = CLNP_OPTTOOFF(m, opts);
				oidx->cni_srcrt_len = oplen;

				opts += offset-1;	/*set opts to first addr in rt */

				/* 
				 *	Offset must be reasonable:
				 *	less than end of options, or equal to end of options
				 */
				if (opts >= route_end) {
					if (opts == route_end) {
						IFDEBUG(D_OPTIONS)
							printf("clnp_opt_sanity: end of src route info\n");
						ENDDEBUG
						break;
					} else 
						return(SRCRT_SYNTAX);
				}

				while (opts < route_end) {
					u_char	addrlen = *opts++;
					if (opts + addrlen > route_end)
						return(SRCRT_SYNTAX);
					opts += addrlen;
				}
			} break;
			case CLNPOVAL_RECRT: {
				u_char	type, offset;	/* type of rt, offset of start */
				caddr_t	record_end;		/* address of end of record option */

				if (recrt++)					/* duplicate ? */
					return(GEN_DUPOPT);
				/*
				 *	record route: after the length field, expect a
				 *	type and offset. Type must be partial or complete.
				 *	Offset indicates where to start recording. Insure it
				 *	is within the option. All ones for offset means
				 *	recording is terminated.
				 */
				record_end = opts + oplen;

				oidx->cni_recrtp = CLNP_OPTTOOFF(m, opts);
				oidx->cni_recrt_len = oplen;

				if (opts + 2 > record_end)
					return(GEN_INCOMPLETE);

				type = *opts;
				offset = *(opts+1);

				/* type must be partial or complete */
				if (!((type == CLNPOVAL_PARTRT) || (type == CLNPOVAL_COMPRT)))
					return(GEN_HDRSYNTAX);
				
				/* offset must be reasonable */
				if ((offset < 0xff) && (opts + offset > record_end))
					return(GEN_HDRSYNTAX);
				opts += oplen;
			} break;
			case CLNPOVAL_QOS: {
				u_char	format = *opts;

				if (qos++)					/* duplicate ? */
					return(GEN_DUPOPT);
				/*
				 *	qos: high 2 bits of first octet indicate format
				 *	(00 in high bits is reserved).
				 *	Remaining bits must be 0 (unless format indicates
				 *	globally unique qos, in which case remaining bits indicate
				 *	qos (except bit 6 which is reserved)).  Otherwise,
				 *	remaining octets indicate actual qos.
				 */
				if (((format & 0xc0) == 0) ||	/* high 2 bits zero ? */
					(((format & 0xc0) != CLNPOVAL_GLOBAL) && 
						((format & 0x3f) > 0))) /* not global,low bits used ? */
					return(GEN_HDRSYNTAX);
				
				oidx->cni_qos_formatp = CLNP_OPTTOOFF(m, opts);
				oidx->cni_qos_len = oplen;

				opts += oplen;
			} break;

			case CLNPOVAL_PRIOR: {
				if (prior++)				/* duplicate ? */
					return(GEN_DUPOPT);
				/*
				 *	priority: value must be one byte long
				 */
				if (oplen != 1)
					return(GEN_HDRSYNTAX);
				
				oidx->cni_priorp = CLNP_OPTTOOFF(m, opts);

				opts += oplen;
			} break;

			case CLNPOVAL_ERREAS: {
				/*
				 *	er reason: value must be two bytes long
				 */
				if (oplen != 2)
					return(GEN_HDRSYNTAX);

				oidx->cni_er_reason = *opts;

				opts += oplen;
			} break;

			default: {
				IFDEBUG(D_OPTIONS)
					printf("clnp_opt_sanity: UNKNOWN OPTION 0x%x\n", opcode);
				ENDDEBUG
				return(DISC_UNSUPPOPT);
			}
		}
	}
		IFDEBUG(D_OPTIONS)
			printf("clnp_opt_sanity: return(0)\n", opcode);
		ENDDEBUG
	return(0);
}
#endif	/* ISO */