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/*
 * ARGO Project, Computer Sciences Dept., University of Wisconsin - Madison
 */
/*
 * iso_proto.c : protocol switch tables in the ISO domain
 *
 * ISO protocol family includes TP, CLTP, CLNP, 8208
 * TP and CLNP are implemented here.
 */

#if	ISO
#include <sys/param.h>
#include <sys/socket.h>
#include <sys/protosw.h>
#include <sys/domain.h>
#include <sys/mbuf.h>

#include <net/radix.h>

#include <netiso/iso.h>

int clnp_output(), clnp_init(),clnp_slowtimo(),clnp_drain();
int rclnp_input(), rclnp_output(), rclnp_ctloutput(), raw_usrreq();
int	clnp_usrreq();

int	tp_ctloutput(), tpclnp_ctlinput(), tpclnp_input(), tp_usrreq();
int	tp_init(), tp_fasttimo(), tp_slowtimo(), tp_drain();
int	cons_init(), tpcons_input();

int isis_input();
int	esis_input(), esis_ctlinput(), esis_init(), esis_usrreq();
int	idrp_input(), idrp_init(), idrp_usrreq();
int	cltp_input(), cltp_ctlinput(), cltp_init(), cltp_usrreq(), cltp_output();

#if TUBA
int	tuba_usrreq(), tuba_ctloutput(), tuba_init(), tuba_tcpinput(); 
int	tuba_slowtimo(), tuba_fasttimo(); 
#endif

struct protosw isosw[] = {
/*
 *  We need a datagram entry through which net mgmt programs can get
 *	to the iso_control procedure (iso ioctls). Thus, a minimal
 *	SOCK_DGRAM interface is provided here.
 *  THIS ONE MUST BE FIRST: Kludge city : socket() says if(!proto) call
 *  pffindtype, which gets the first entry that matches the type.
 *  sigh.
 */
{ SOCK_DGRAM,	&isodomain,		ISOPROTO_CLTP,		PR_ATOMIC|PR_ADDR,
	0,			cltp_output,	0,					0,
	cltp_usrreq,
	cltp_init,	0, 				0,					0
},

/*
 *	A datagram interface for clnp cannot co-exist with TP/CLNP
 *  because CLNP has no way to discriminate incoming TP packets from
 *  packets coming in for any other higher layer protocol.
 *  Old way: set it up so that pffindproto(... dgm, clnp) fails.
 *  New way: let pffindproto work (for x.25, thank you) but create
 *  	a clnp_usrreq() that returns error on PRU_ATTACH.
 */
{SOCK_DGRAM,	&isodomain,		ISOPROTO_CLNP,		0,
 0,				clnp_output,	0,					0,
 clnp_usrreq,
 clnp_init,		0,				clnp_slowtimo, 		clnp_drain,
},

/* raw clnp */
{ SOCK_RAW,		&isodomain,		ISOPROTO_RAW,		PR_ATOMIC|PR_ADDR,
  rclnp_input,	rclnp_output,	0,					rclnp_ctloutput,
  clnp_usrreq,
  0,			0,				0,					0
},

/* ES-IS protocol */
{ SOCK_DGRAM,	&isodomain,		ISOPROTO_ESIS,		PR_ATOMIC|PR_ADDR,
  esis_input,	0,				esis_ctlinput,		0,
  esis_usrreq,
  esis_init,	0,				0,					0
},

/* ISOPROTO_INTRAISIS */
{ SOCK_DGRAM,	&isodomain,		ISOPROTO_INTRAISIS,	PR_ATOMIC|PR_ADDR,
  isis_input,	0,				0,					0,
  esis_usrreq,
  0,			0,				0,					0
},

/* ISOPROTO_IDRP */
{ SOCK_DGRAM,	&isodomain,		ISOPROTO_IDRP,		PR_ATOMIC|PR_ADDR,
  idrp_input,	0,				0,					0,
  idrp_usrreq,
  idrp_init,	0,				0,					0
},

/* ISOPROTO_TP */
{ SOCK_SEQPACKET,	&isodomain,	ISOPROTO_TP,		PR_CONNREQUIRED|PR_WANTRCVD,
  tpclnp_input,	0,				tpclnp_ctlinput,	tp_ctloutput,
  tp_usrreq,
  tp_init,		tp_fasttimo,	tp_slowtimo,		tp_drain,
},

#if TUBA
{ SOCK_STREAM,	&isodomain,		ISOPROTO_TCP,		PR_CONNREQUIRED|PR_WANTRCVD,
  tuba_tcpinput,	0,			0,					tuba_ctloutput,
  tuba_usrreq,
  tuba_init,	tuba_fasttimo,	tuba_fasttimo,		0
},
#endif

#if TPCONS
/* ISOPROTO_TP */
{ SOCK_SEQPACKET,	&isodomain,	ISOPROTO_TP0,		PR_CONNREQUIRED|PR_WANTRCVD,
  tpcons_input,		0,			0,					tp_ctloutput,
  tp_usrreq,
  cons_init,		0,			0,					0,
},
#endif

};


struct domain isodomain = {
    AF_ISO, 			/* family */
	"iso-domain", 		/* name */
	0,					/* initialize routine */
	0,					/* externalize access rights */
	0,					/* dispose of internalized rights */
	isosw,				/* protosw */
	&isosw[sizeof(isosw)/sizeof(isosw[0])], /* NPROTOSW */
	0,					/* next */
	rn_inithead,		/* rtattach */
	48,					/* rtoffset */
	sizeof(struct sockaddr_iso) /* maxkeylen */
};
#endif	/* ISO */