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

#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 <sys/time.h>

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

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

static struct clnp_fixed dt_template = {
	ISO8473_CLNP,	/* network identifier */
	0,				/* length */
	ISO8473_V1,		/* version */
	CLNP_TTL,		/* ttl */
	CLNP_DT|CNF_SEG_OK|CNF_ERR_OK,		/* type */
	0,				/* segment length */
	0				/* checksum */
};

static struct clnp_fixed raw_template = {
	ISO8473_CLNP,	/* network identifier */
	0,				/* length */
	ISO8473_V1,		/* version */
	CLNP_TTL,		/* ttl */
	CLNP_RAW|CNF_SEG_OK|CNF_ERR_OK,		/* type */
	0,				/* segment length */
	0				/* checksum */
};

static struct clnp_fixed echo_template = {
	ISO8473_CLNP,	/* network identifier */
	0,				/* length */
	ISO8473_V1,		/* version */
	CLNP_TTL,		/* ttl */
	CLNP_EC|CNF_SEG_OK|CNF_ERR_OK,		/* type */
	0,				/* segment length */
	0				/* checksum */
};

static struct clnp_fixed echor_template = {
	ISO8473_CLNP,	/* network identifier */
	0,				/* length */
	ISO8473_V1,		/* version */
	CLNP_TTL,		/* ttl */
	CLNP_ECR|CNF_SEG_OK|CNF_ERR_OK,		/* type */
	0,				/* segment length */
	0				/* checksum */
};

#ifdef	DECBIT
u_char qos_option[] = {CLNPOVAL_QOS, 1, 
	CLNPOVAL_GLOBAL|CLNPOVAL_SEQUENCING|CLNPOVAL_LOWDELAY};
#endif	/* DECBIT */

int				clnp_id = 0;		/* id for segmented dgrams */

/*
 * FUNCTION:		clnp_output
 *
 * PURPOSE:			output the data in the mbuf as a clnp datagram
 *
 *					The data specified by m0 is sent as a clnp datagram. 
 *					The mbuf chain m0 will be freed when this routine has
 *					returned.
 *
 *					If options is non-null, it points to an mbuf which contains
 *					options to be sent with the datagram. The options must
 *					be formatted in the mbuf according to clnp rules. Options
 *					will not be freed.
 *
 *					Datalen specifies the length of the data in m0. 
 *
 *					Src and dst are the addresses for the packet. 
 *
 *					If route is non-null, it is used as the route for 
 *					the packet. 
 *
 *					By default, a DT is sent. However, if flags & CNLP_SEND_ER
 *					then an ER will be sent. If flags & CLNP_SEND_RAW, then
 *					the packet will be send as raw clnp.
 *
 * RETURNS:			0	success
 *					appropriate error code
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	none
 *
 * NOTES:			
 *					Flags are interpretated as follows:
 *						CLNP_NO_SEG - do not allow this pkt to be segmented.
 *						CLNP_NO_ER  - have pkt request ER suppression.
 *						CLNP_SEND_RAW - send pkt as RAW DT rather than TP DT
 *						CLNP_NO_CKSUM - don't compute clnp checksum
 *						CLNP_ECHO - send as ECHO packet
 *
 *					When checking for a cached packet, clnp checks
 *					that the route taken is still up. It does not
 *					check that the route is still to the same destination.
 *					This means that any entity that alters an existing
 *					route for an isopcb (such as when a redirect arrives)
 *					must invalidate the clnp cache. It might be perferable
 *					to have clnp check that the route has the same dest, but
 *					by avoiding this check, we save a call to iso_addrmatch1.
 */
clnp_output(m0, isop, datalen, flags)
struct mbuf			*m0;		/* data for the packet */
struct isopcb		*isop;		/* iso pcb */
int					datalen;	/* number of bytes of data in m0 */
int					flags;		/* flags */
{
	int							error = 0;		/* return value of function */
	register struct mbuf		*m = m0;		/* mbuf for clnp header chain */
	register struct clnp_fixed	*clnp;			/* ptr to fixed part of hdr */
	register caddr_t			hoff;			/* offset into header */
	int							total_len;		/* total length of packet */
	struct iso_addr				*src;		/* ptr to source address */
	struct iso_addr				*dst;		/* ptr to destination address */
	struct clnp_cache			clc;		/* storage for cache information */
	struct clnp_cache			*clcp = NULL;	/* ptr to clc */
	int							hdrlen = 0;

	dst = &isop->isop_faddr->siso_addr;
	if (isop->isop_laddr == 0) {
		struct iso_ifaddr *ia = 0;
		clnp_route(dst, &isop->isop_route, flags, 0, &ia);
		if (ia == 0 || ia->ia_ifa.ifa_addr->sa_family != AF_ISO)
			return (ENETUNREACH);
		src = &ia->ia_addr.siso_addr;
	} else
		src = &isop->isop_laddr->siso_addr;

	IFDEBUG(D_OUTPUT)
		printf("clnp_output: to %s", clnp_iso_addrp(dst));
		printf(" from %s of %d bytes\n", clnp_iso_addrp(src), datalen);
		printf("\toptions x%x, flags x%x, isop_clnpcache x%x\n", 
			isop->isop_options, flags, isop->isop_clnpcache);
	ENDDEBUG

	if (isop->isop_clnpcache != NULL) {
		clcp = mtod(isop->isop_clnpcache, struct clnp_cache *);
	}
	
	/*
	 *	Check if cache is valid ...
	 */
	IFDEBUG(D_OUTPUT)
		printf("clnp_output: ck cache: clcp %x\n", clcp);
		if (clcp != NULL) {
			printf("\tclc_dst %s\n", clnp_iso_addrp(&clcp->clc_dst));
			printf("\tisop_opts x%x, clc_opts x%x\n", isop->isop_options,
				clcp->clc_options);
			if (isop->isop_route.ro_rt)
				printf("\tro_rt x%x, rt_flags x%x\n",
					isop->isop_route.ro_rt, isop->isop_route.ro_rt->rt_flags);
			printf("\tflags x%x, clc_flags x%x\n", flags, clcp->clc_flags);
			printf("\tclc_hdr x%x\n", clcp->clc_hdr);
		}
	ENDDEBUG
	if ((clcp != NULL) &&								/* cache exists */
		(isop->isop_options == clcp->clc_options) && 	/* same options */
		(iso_addrmatch1(dst, &clcp->clc_dst)) &&		/* dst still same */
		(isop->isop_route.ro_rt != NULL) &&				/* route exists */
		(isop->isop_route.ro_rt == clcp->clc_rt) &&		/* and is cached */
		(isop->isop_route.ro_rt->rt_flags & RTF_UP) &&	/* route still up */
		(flags == clcp->clc_flags) &&					/* same flags */
		(clcp->clc_hdr != NULL)) {						/* hdr mbuf exists */
		/*
		 *	The cache is valid
		 */

		IFDEBUG(D_OUTPUT)
			printf("clnp_output: using cache\n");
		ENDDEBUG

		m = m_copy(clcp->clc_hdr, 0, (int)M_COPYALL);
		if (m == NULL) {
			/*
			 *	No buffers left to copy cached packet header. Use
			 *	the cached packet header this time, and
			 *	mark the hdr as vacant
			 */
			m = clcp->clc_hdr;
			clcp->clc_hdr = NULL;
		}
		m->m_next = m0;	/* ASSUMES pkt hdr is 1 mbuf long */
		clnp = mtod(m, struct clnp_fixed *);
	} else {
		struct clnp_optidx	*oidx = NULL;		/* index to clnp options */

		/*
		 *	The cache is not valid. Allocate an mbuf (if necessary)
		 *	to hold cached info. If one is not available, then
		 *	don't bother with the cache
		 */
		INCSTAT(cns_cachemiss);
		if (flags & CLNP_NOCACHE) {
			clcp = &clc;
		} else {
			if (isop->isop_clnpcache == NULL) {
				/*
				 *	There is no clnpcache. Allocate an mbuf to hold one
				 */
				if ((isop->isop_clnpcache = m_get(M_DONTWAIT, MT_HEADER))
					== NULL) {
					/*
					 *	No mbufs available. Pretend that we don't want
					 *	caching this time.
					 */
					IFDEBUG(D_OUTPUT)
						printf("clnp_output: no mbufs to allocate to cache\n");
					ENDDEBUG
					flags  |= CLNP_NOCACHE;
					clcp = &clc;
				} else {
					clcp = mtod(isop->isop_clnpcache, struct clnp_cache *);
				}
			} else {
				/*
				 *	A clnpcache mbuf exists. If the clc_hdr is not null,
				 *	we must free it, as a new one is about to be created.
				 */
				clcp = mtod(isop->isop_clnpcache, struct clnp_cache *);
				if (clcp->clc_hdr != NULL) {
					/*
					 *	The clc_hdr is not null but a clnpcache mbuf exists.
					 *	This means that there was a cache, but the existing
					 *	copy of the hdr is no longer valid. Free it now
					 *	before we lose the pointer to it.
					 */
					IFDEBUG(D_OUTPUT)
						printf("clnp_output: freeing old clc_hdr 0x%x\n",
						clcp->clc_hdr);
					ENDDEBUG
					m_free(clcp->clc_hdr);
					IFDEBUG(D_OUTPUT)
						printf("clnp_output: freed old clc_hdr (done)\n");
					ENDDEBUG
				}
			}
		}
		IFDEBUG(D_OUTPUT)
			printf("clnp_output: NEW clcp x%x\n",clcp);
		ENDDEBUG
		bzero((caddr_t)clcp, sizeof(struct clnp_cache));

		if (isop->isop_optindex)
			oidx = mtod(isop->isop_optindex, struct clnp_optidx *);

		/*
		 *	Don't allow packets with security, quality of service,
		 *	priority, or error report options to be sent.
		 */
		if ((isop->isop_options) && (oidx)) {
			if ((oidx->cni_securep) ||
				(oidx->cni_priorp) ||
				(oidx->cni_qos_formatp) ||
				(oidx->cni_er_reason != ER_INVALREAS)) {
				IFDEBUG(D_OUTPUT)
					printf("clnp_output: pkt dropped - option unsupported\n");
				ENDDEBUG
				m_freem(m0);
				return(EINVAL);
			}
		}

		/*
		 *	Don't allow any invalid flags to be set
		 */
		if ((flags & (CLNP_VFLAGS)) != flags) {
			IFDEBUG(D_OUTPUT)
				printf("clnp_output: packet dropped - flags unsupported\n");
			ENDDEBUG
			INCSTAT(cns_odropped);
			m_freem(m0);
			return(EINVAL);
		}

		/*
		 *	Don't allow funny lengths on dst; src may be zero in which
		 *	case we insert the source address based upon the interface
		 */
		if ((src->isoa_len > sizeof(struct iso_addr)) || 
			(dst->isoa_len == 0) ||
			(dst->isoa_len > sizeof(struct iso_addr))) {
			m_freem(m0);
			INCSTAT(cns_odropped);
			return(ENAMETOOLONG);
		}

		/*
		 *	Grab mbuf to contain header
		 */
		MGETHDR(m, M_DONTWAIT, MT_HEADER);
		if (m == 0) {
			m_freem(m0);
			INCSTAT(cns_odropped);
			return(ENOBUFS);
		}
		INCSTAT(cns_sent);
		m->m_next = m0;
		clnp = mtod(m, struct clnp_fixed *);
		clcp->clc_segoff = 0;

		/*
		 *	Fill in all of fixed hdr except lengths and checksum
		 */
		if (flags & CLNP_SEND_RAW) {
			*clnp = raw_template;
		} else if (flags & CLNP_ECHO) {
			*clnp = echo_template;
		} else if (flags & CLNP_ECHOR) {
			*clnp = echor_template;
		} else {
			*clnp = dt_template;
		}
		if (flags & CLNP_NO_SEG)
			clnp->cnf_type &= ~CNF_SEG_OK;
		if (flags & CLNP_NO_ER)
			clnp->cnf_type &= ~CNF_ERR_OK;

		/*
		 *	Route packet; special case for source rt
		 */
		if ((isop->isop_options) && CLNPSRCRT_VALID(oidx)) {
			IFDEBUG(D_OUTPUT)
				printf("clnp_output: calling clnp_srcroute\n");
			ENDDEBUG
			error = clnp_srcroute(isop->isop_options, oidx, &isop->isop_route,
				&clcp->clc_firsthop, &clcp->clc_ifa, dst);
		} else {
			IFDEBUG(D_OUTPUT)
			ENDDEBUG
			error = clnp_route(dst, &isop->isop_route, flags, 
				&clcp->clc_firsthop, &clcp->clc_ifa);
		}
		if (error || (clcp->clc_ifa == 0)) {
			IFDEBUG(D_OUTPUT)
				printf("clnp_output: route failed, errno %d\n", error);
				printf("@clcp:\n");
				dump_buf(clcp, sizeof (struct clnp_cache));
			ENDDEBUG
			goto bad;
		}
		clcp->clc_rt = isop->isop_route.ro_rt;	/* XXX */
		clcp->clc_ifp = clcp->clc_ifa->ia_ifp;  /* XXX */

		IFDEBUG(D_OUTPUT)
			printf("clnp_output: packet routed to %s\n", 
				clnp_iso_addrp(
					&((struct sockaddr_iso *)clcp->clc_firsthop)->siso_addr));
		ENDDEBUG
		
		/*
		 *	If src address is not yet specified, use address of 
		 *	interface. NOTE: this will now update the laddr field in
		 *	the isopcb. Is this desirable? RAH?
		 */
		if (src->isoa_len == 0) {
			src = &(clcp->clc_ifa->ia_addr.siso_addr);
			IFDEBUG(D_OUTPUT)
				printf("clnp_output: new src %s\n", clnp_iso_addrp(src));
			ENDDEBUG
		}

		/*
		 *	Insert the source and destination address,
		 */
		hoff = (caddr_t)clnp + sizeof(struct clnp_fixed);
		CLNP_INSERT_ADDR(hoff, *dst);
		CLNP_INSERT_ADDR(hoff, *src);

		/*
		 *	Leave room for the segment part, if segmenting is selected
		 */
		if (clnp->cnf_type & CNF_SEG_OK) {
			clcp->clc_segoff = hoff - (caddr_t)clnp;
			hoff += sizeof(struct clnp_segment);
		}

		clnp->cnf_hdr_len = m->m_len = (u_char)(hoff - (caddr_t)clnp);
		hdrlen = clnp->cnf_hdr_len;

#ifdef	DECBIT
		/*
		 *	Add the globally unique QOS (with room for congestion experienced
		 *	bit). I can safely assume that this option is not in the options
		 *	mbuf below because I checked that the option was not specified
		 *	previously
		 */
		if ((m->m_len + sizeof(qos_option)) < MLEN) {
			bcopy((caddr_t)qos_option, hoff, sizeof(qos_option));
			clnp->cnf_hdr_len += sizeof(qos_option);
			hdrlen += sizeof(qos_option);
			m->m_len += sizeof(qos_option);
		}
#endif	/* DECBIT */

		/*
		 *	If an options mbuf is present, concatenate a copy to the hdr mbuf.
		 */
		if (isop->isop_options) {
			struct mbuf *opt_copy = m_copy(isop->isop_options, 0, (int)M_COPYALL);
			if (opt_copy == NULL) {
				error = ENOBUFS;
				goto bad;
			}
			/* Link in place */
			opt_copy->m_next = m->m_next;
			m->m_next = opt_copy;

			/* update size of header */
			clnp->cnf_hdr_len += opt_copy->m_len;
			hdrlen += opt_copy->m_len;
		}

		if (hdrlen > CLNP_HDR_MAX) {
			error = EMSGSIZE;
			goto bad;
		}

		/*
		 *	Now set up the cache entry in the pcb
		 */
		if ((flags & CLNP_NOCACHE) == 0) {
			if (clcp->clc_hdr = m_copy(m, 0, (int)clnp->cnf_hdr_len)) {
				clcp->clc_dst  = *dst;
				clcp->clc_flags = flags;
				clcp->clc_options = isop->isop_options;
			}
		}
	}
	/*
	 *	If small enough for interface, send directly
	 *	Fill in segmentation part of hdr if using the full protocol
	 */
	total_len = clnp->cnf_hdr_len + datalen;
	if (clnp->cnf_type & CNF_SEG_OK) {
		struct clnp_segment	seg_part;		/* segment part of hdr */
		seg_part.cng_id = htons(clnp_id++);
		seg_part.cng_off = htons(0);
		seg_part.cng_tot_len = htons(total_len);
		(void) bcopy((caddr_t)&seg_part, (caddr_t) clnp + clcp->clc_segoff, 
			sizeof(seg_part));
	}
	if (total_len <= SN_MTU(clcp->clc_ifp, clcp->clc_rt)) {
		HTOC(clnp->cnf_seglen_msb, clnp->cnf_seglen_lsb, total_len);
		m->m_pkthdr.len = total_len;
		/*
		 *	Compute clnp checksum (on header only)
		 */
		if (flags & CLNP_NO_CKSUM) {
			HTOC(clnp->cnf_cksum_msb, clnp->cnf_cksum_lsb, 0);
		} else {
			iso_gen_csum(m, CLNP_CKSUM_OFF, (int)clnp->cnf_hdr_len);
		}

		IFDEBUG(D_DUMPOUT)
			struct mbuf *mdump = m;
			printf("clnp_output: sending dg:\n");
			while (mdump != NULL) {
				dump_buf(mtod(mdump, caddr_t), mdump->m_len);
				mdump = mdump->m_next;
			}
		ENDDEBUG

		error = SN_OUTPUT(clcp, m);
		goto done;
	} else {
		/*
		 * Too large for interface; fragment if possible.
		 */
		error = clnp_fragment(clcp->clc_ifp, m, clcp->clc_firsthop,
							total_len, clcp->clc_segoff, flags, clcp->clc_rt);
		goto done;
	}
bad:
	m_freem(m);
done:
	if (error) {
		clnp_stat.cns_sent--;
		clnp_stat.cns_odropped++;
	}
	return (error);
}

int clnp_ctloutput()
{
}