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

#include <sys/param.h>
#include <sys/systm.h>

#if ISO
#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/ioctl.h>
#include <sys/syslog.h>
#include <sys/malloc.h>

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

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

int 				iso_systype = SNPA_ES;	/* default to be an ES */
extern short	esis_holding_time, esis_config_time, esis_esconfig_time;
extern struct	timeval time;
extern void esis_config();
extern int hz;
static void snpac_fixdstandmask();

struct sockaddr_iso blank_siso = {sizeof(blank_siso), AF_ISO};
extern u_long iso_hashchar();
static struct sockaddr_iso
	dst	= {sizeof(dst), AF_ISO},
	gte	= {sizeof(dst), AF_ISO},
	src	= {sizeof(dst), AF_ISO},
	msk	= {sizeof(dst), AF_ISO},
	zmk = {0};
#define zsi blank_siso
#define zero_isoa	zsi.siso_addr
#define zap_isoaddr(a, b) {Bzero(&a.siso_addr, sizeof(*r)); r = b; \
	   Bcopy(r, &a.siso_addr, 1 + (r)->isoa_len);}
#define S(x) ((struct sockaddr *)&(x))

static struct sockaddr_dl blank_dl = {sizeof(blank_dl), AF_LINK};
static struct sockaddr_dl gte_dl;
#define zap_linkaddr(a, b, c, i) \
	(*a = blank_dl, bcopy(b, a->sdl_data, a->sdl_alen = c), a->sdl_index = i)

/*
 *	We only keep track of a single IS at a time.
 */
struct rtentry	*known_is;

/*
 *	Addresses taken from NBS agreements, December 1987.
 *
 *	These addresses assume on-the-wire transmission of least significant
 *	bit first. This is the method used by 802.3. When these
 *	addresses are passed to the token ring driver, (802.5), they
 *	must be bit-swaped because 802.5 transmission order is MSb first.
 *
 *	Furthermore, according to IBM Austin, these addresses are not
 *	true token ring multicast addresses. More work is necessary
 *	to get multicast to work right on token ring.
 *
 *	Currently, the token ring driver does not handle multicast, so
 *	these addresses are converted into the broadcast address in
 *	lan_output() That means that if these multicast addresses change
 *	the token ring driver must be altered.
 */
char all_es_snpa[] = { 0x09, 0x00, 0x2b, 0x00, 0x00, 0x04 };
char all_is_snpa[] = { 0x09, 0x00, 0x2b, 0x00, 0x00, 0x05 };
char all_l1is_snpa[] = {0x01, 0x80, 0xc2, 0x00, 0x00, 0x14};
char all_l2is_snpa[] = {0x01, 0x80, 0xc2, 0x00, 0x00, 0x15};

union sockunion {
	struct sockaddr_iso siso;
	struct sockaddr_dl	sdl;
	struct sockaddr		sa;
};

/*
 * FUNCTION:		llc_rtrequest
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Manage routing table entries specific to LLC for ISO.
 *
 * NOTES:			This does a lot of obscure magic;
 */
llc_rtrequest(req, rt, sa)
int req;
register struct rtentry *rt;
struct sockaddr *sa;
{
	register union sockunion *gate = (union sockunion *)rt->rt_gateway;
	register struct llinfo_llc *lc = (struct llinfo_llc *)rt->rt_llinfo, *lc2;
	struct rtentry *rt2;
	struct ifnet *ifp = rt->rt_ifp;
	int addrlen = ifp->if_addrlen;
#define LLC_SIZE 3 /* XXXXXX do this right later */

	IFDEBUG (D_SNPA)
		printf("llc_rtrequest(%d, %x, %x)\n", req, rt, sa);
	ENDDEBUG
	if (rt->rt_flags & RTF_GATEWAY)
		return;
	else switch (req) {
	case RTM_ADD:
		/*
		 * Case 1: This route may come from a route to iface with mask
		 * or from a default route.
		 */
		if (rt->rt_flags & RTF_CLONING) {
			iso_setmcasts(ifp, req);
			rt_setgate(rt, rt_key(rt), &blank_dl);
			return;
		}
		if (lc != 0)
			return; /* happens on a route change */
		/* FALLTHROUGH */
	case RTM_RESOLVE:
		/*
		 * Case 2:  This route may come from cloning, or a manual route
		 * add with a LL address.
		 */
		if (gate->sdl.sdl_family != AF_LINK) {
			log(LOG_DEBUG, "llc_rtrequest: got non-link non-gateway route\n");
			break;
		}
		R_Malloc(lc, struct llinfo_llc *, sizeof (*lc));
		rt->rt_llinfo = (caddr_t)lc;
		if (lc == 0) {
			log(LOG_DEBUG, "llc_rtrequest: malloc failed\n");
			break;
		}
		Bzero(lc, sizeof(*lc));
		lc->lc_rt = rt;
		rt->rt_flags |= RTF_LLINFO;
		insque(lc, &llinfo_llc);
		if (gate->sdl.sdl_alen == sizeof(struct esis_req) + addrlen) {
			gate->sdl.sdl_alen -= sizeof(struct esis_req);
			bcopy(addrlen + LLADDR(&gate->sdl),
				  (caddr_t)&lc->lc_er, sizeof(lc->lc_er));
		} else if (gate->sdl.sdl_alen == addrlen)
			lc->lc_flags = (SNPA_ES | SNPA_VALID | SNPA_PERM);
		break;
	case RTM_DELETE:
		if (rt->rt_flags & RTF_CLONING)
			iso_setmcasts(ifp, req);
		if (lc == 0)
			return;
		remque(lc);
		Free(lc);
		rt->rt_llinfo = 0;
		rt->rt_flags &= ~RTF_LLINFO;
		break;
	}
	if (rt->rt_rmx.rmx_mtu == 0) {
			rt->rt_rmx.rmx_mtu = rt->rt_ifp->if_mtu - LLC_SIZE;
	}
}
/*
 * FUNCTION:		iso_setmcasts
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Enable/Disable ESIS/ISIS multicast reception on interfaces.
 *
 * NOTES:			This also does a lot of obscure magic;
 */
iso_setmcasts(ifp, req)
	struct	ifnet *ifp;
	int		req;
{
	static char *addrlist[] =
		{ all_es_snpa, all_is_snpa, all_l1is_snpa, all_l2is_snpa, 0};
	struct ifreq ifr;
	register caddr_t *cpp;
	int		doreset = 0;

	bzero((caddr_t)&ifr, sizeof(ifr));
	for (cpp = (caddr_t *)addrlist; *cpp; cpp++) {
		bcopy(*cpp, (caddr_t)ifr.ifr_addr.sa_data, 6);
		if (req == RTM_ADD)
			if (ether_addmulti(&ifr, (struct arpcom *)ifp) == ENETRESET)
				doreset++;
		else
			if (ether_delmulti(&ifr, (struct arpcom *)ifp) == ENETRESET)
				doreset++;
	}
	if (doreset) {
		if (ifp->if_reset)
			(*ifp->if_reset)(ifp->if_unit);
		else
			printf("iso_setmcasts: %s%d needs reseting to receive iso mcasts\n",
					ifp->if_name, ifp->if_unit);
	}
}
/*
 * FUNCTION:		iso_snparesolve
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Resolve an iso address into snpa address
 *
 * RETURNS:			0 if addr is resolved
 *					errno if addr is unknown
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			Now that we have folded the snpa cache into the routing
 *					table, we know there is no snpa address known for this
 *					destination.  If we know of a default IS, then the address
 *					of the IS is returned.  If no IS is known, then return the
 *					multi-cast address for "all ES" for this interface.
 *
 *					NB: the last case described above constitutes the
 *					query configuration function 9542, sec 6.5
 *					A mechanism is needed to prevent this function from
 *					being invoked if the system is an IS.
 */
iso_snparesolve(ifp, dest, snpa, snpa_len)
struct	ifnet *ifp;			/* outgoing interface */
struct	sockaddr_iso *dest;	/* destination */
caddr_t	snpa;				/* RESULT: snpa to be used */
int		*snpa_len;			/* RESULT: length of snpa */
{
	struct	llinfo_llc *sc;	/* ptr to snpa table entry */
	caddr_t	found_snpa;
	int 	addrlen;

	/*
	 *	This hack allows us to send esis packets that have the destination snpa
	 *	addresss embedded in the destination nsap address 
	 */
	if (dest->siso_data[0] == AFI_SNA) {
		/*
		 *	This is a subnetwork address. Return it immediately
		 */
		IFDEBUG(D_SNPA)
			printf("iso_snparesolve: return SN address\n");
		ENDDEBUG
		addrlen = dest->siso_nlen - 1;	/* subtract size of AFI */
		found_snpa = (caddr_t) dest->siso_data + 1;
	/* 
	 * If we are an IS, we can't do much with the packet;
	 *	Check if we know about an IS.
	 */
	} else if (iso_systype != SNPA_IS && known_is != 0 &&
				(sc = (struct llinfo_llc *)known_is->rt_llinfo) &&
				 (sc->lc_flags & SNPA_VALID)) {
		register struct sockaddr_dl *sdl =
			(struct sockaddr_dl *)(known_is->rt_gateway);
		found_snpa = LLADDR(sdl);
		addrlen = sdl->sdl_alen;
	} else if (ifp->if_flags & IFF_BROADCAST) {
		/* 
		 *	no IS, no match. Return "all es" multicast address for this
		 *	interface, as per Query Configuration Function (9542 sec 6.5)
		 *
		 *	Note: there is a potential problem here. If the destination
		 *	is on the subnet and it does not respond with a ESH, but
		 *	does send back a TP CC, a connection could be established
		 *	where we always transmit the CLNP packet to "all es"
		 */
		addrlen = ifp->if_addrlen;
		found_snpa = (caddr_t)all_es_snpa;
	} else
		return (ENETUNREACH);
	bcopy(found_snpa, snpa, *snpa_len = addrlen);
	return (0);
}


/*
 * FUNCTION:		snpac_free
 *
 * PURPOSE:			free an entry in the iso address map table
 *
 * RETURNS:			nothing
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			If there is a route entry associated with cache
 *					entry, then delete that as well
 */
snpac_free(lc)
register struct llinfo_llc *lc;		/* entry to free */
{
	register struct rtentry *rt = lc->lc_rt;
	register struct iso_addr *r;

	if (known_is == rt)
		known_is = 0;
	if (rt && (rt->rt_flags & RTF_UP) &&
		(rt->rt_flags & (RTF_DYNAMIC | RTF_MODIFIED))) {
			RTFREE(rt);
			rtrequest(RTM_DELETE, rt_key(rt), rt->rt_gateway, rt_mask(rt),
						rt->rt_flags, (struct rtentry **)0);
		RTFREE(rt);
	}
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		snpac_add
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Add an entry to the snpa cache
 *
 * RETURNS:			
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			If entry already exists, then update holding time.
 */
snpac_add(ifp, nsap, snpa, type, ht, nsellength)
struct ifnet		*ifp;		/* interface info is related to */
struct iso_addr		*nsap;		/* nsap to add */
caddr_t				snpa;		/* translation */
char				type;		/* SNPA_IS or SNPA_ES */
u_short				ht;			/* holding time (in seconds) */
int					nsellength;	/* nsaps may differ only in trailing bytes */
{
	register struct	llinfo_llc *lc;
	register struct rtentry *rt;
	struct	rtentry *mrt = 0;
	register struct	iso_addr *r; /* for zap_isoaddr macro */
	int		snpalen = min(ifp->if_addrlen, MAX_SNPALEN);
	int		new_entry = 0, index = ifp->if_index, iftype = ifp->if_type;

	IFDEBUG(D_SNPA)
		printf("snpac_add(%x, %x, %x, %x, %x, %x)\n",
			ifp, nsap, snpa, type, ht, nsellength);
	ENDDEBUG
	zap_isoaddr(dst, nsap);
	rt = rtalloc1(S(dst), 0);
	IFDEBUG(D_SNPA)
		printf("snpac_add: rtalloc1 returns %x\n", rt);
	ENDDEBUG
	if (rt == 0) {
		struct sockaddr *netmask;
		int flags;
		add:
		if (nsellength) {
			netmask = S(msk); flags = RTF_UP;
			snpac_fixdstandmask(nsellength);
		} else {
			netmask = 0; flags = RTF_UP | RTF_HOST;
		}
		new_entry = 1;
		zap_linkaddr((&gte_dl), snpa, snpalen, index);
		gte_dl.sdl_type = iftype;
		if (rtrequest(RTM_ADD, S(dst), S(gte_dl), netmask, flags, &mrt) ||
			mrt == 0)
			return (0);
		rt = mrt;
		rt->rt_refcnt--;
	} else {
		register struct sockaddr_dl *sdl = (struct sockaddr_dl *)rt->rt_gateway;
		rt->rt_refcnt--;
		if ((rt->rt_flags & RTF_LLINFO) == 0)
			goto add;
		if (nsellength && (rt->rt_flags & RTF_HOST)) {
			if (rt->rt_refcnt == 0) {
				rtrequest(RTM_DELETE, S(dst), (struct sockaddr *)0,
					(struct sockaddr *)0, 0, (struct rtentry *)0);
				rt = 0;
				goto add;
			} else {
				static struct iso_addr nsap2; register char *cp;
				nsap2 = *nsap;
				cp = nsap2.isoa_genaddr + nsap->isoa_len - nsellength;
				while (cp < (char *)(1 + &nsap2))
					*cp++ = 0;
				(void) snpac_add(ifp, &nsap2, snpa, type, ht, nsellength);
			}
		}
		if (sdl->sdl_family != AF_LINK || sdl->sdl_alen == 0) {
			int old_sdl_len = sdl->sdl_len;
			if (old_sdl_len < sizeof(*sdl)) {
				log(LOG_DEBUG, "snpac_add: cant make room for lladdr\n");
				return (0);
			}
			zap_linkaddr(sdl, snpa, snpalen, index);
			sdl->sdl_len = old_sdl_len;
			sdl->sdl_type = iftype;
			new_entry = 1;
		}
	}
	if ((lc = (struct llinfo_llc *)rt->rt_llinfo) == 0)
		panic("snpac_rtrequest");
	rt->rt_rmx.rmx_expire = ht + time.tv_sec;
	lc->lc_flags = SNPA_VALID | type;
	if ((type & SNPA_IS) && !(iso_systype & SNPA_IS))
		snpac_logdefis(rt);
	return (new_entry);
}

static void
snpac_fixdstandmask(nsellength)
{
	register char *cp = msk.siso_data, *cplim;

	cplim = cp + (dst.siso_nlen -= nsellength);
	msk.siso_len = cplim - (char *)&msk;
	msk.siso_nlen = 0;
	while (cp < cplim)
		*cp++ = -1;
	while (cp < (char *)msk.siso_pad)
		*cp++ = 0;
	for (cp = dst.siso_data + dst.siso_nlen; cp < (char *)dst.siso_pad; )
		*cp++ = 0;
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		snpac_ioctl
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Set/Get the system type and esis parameters
 *
 * RETURNS:			0 on success, or unix error code
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			
 */
snpac_ioctl (so, cmd, data)
struct socket *so;
int		cmd;	/* ioctl to process */
caddr_t	data;	/* data for the cmd */
{
	register struct systype_req *rq = (struct systype_req *)data;

	IFDEBUG(D_IOCTL)
		if (cmd == SIOCSSTYPE)
			printf("snpac_ioctl: cmd set, type x%x, ht %d, ct %d\n",
				rq->sr_type, rq->sr_holdt, rq->sr_configt);
		else
			printf("snpac_ioctl: cmd get\n");
	ENDDEBUG

	if (cmd == SIOCSSTYPE) {
		if ((so->so_state & SS_PRIV) == 0)
			return (EPERM);
		if ((rq->sr_type & (SNPA_ES|SNPA_IS)) == (SNPA_ES|SNPA_IS))
			return(EINVAL);
		if (rq->sr_type & SNPA_ES) {
			iso_systype = SNPA_ES;
		} else if (rq->sr_type & SNPA_IS) {
			iso_systype = SNPA_IS;
		} else {
			return(EINVAL);
		}
		esis_holding_time = rq->sr_holdt;
		esis_config_time = rq->sr_configt;
		if (esis_esconfig_time != rq->sr_esconfigt) {
			untimeout(esis_config, (caddr_t)0);
			esis_esconfig_time = rq->sr_esconfigt;
			esis_config();
		}
	} else if (cmd == SIOCGSTYPE) {
		rq->sr_type = iso_systype;
		rq->sr_holdt = esis_holding_time;
		rq->sr_configt = esis_config_time;
		rq->sr_esconfigt = esis_esconfig_time;
	} else {
		return (EINVAL);
	}
	return (0);
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		snpac_logdefis
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Mark the IS passed as the default IS
 *
 * RETURNS:			nothing
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			
 */
snpac_logdefis(sc)
register struct rtentry *sc;
{
	register struct iso_addr *r;
	register struct sockaddr_dl *sdl = (struct sockaddr_dl *)sc->rt_gateway;
	register struct rtentry *rt;

	if (known_is == sc || !(sc->rt_flags & RTF_HOST))
		return;
	if (known_is) {
		RTFREE(known_is);
	}
	known_is = sc;
	sc->rt_refcnt++;
	rt = rtalloc1((struct sockaddr *)&zsi, 0);
	if (rt == 0)
		rtrequest(RTM_ADD, S(zsi), rt_key(sc), S(zmk),
						RTF_DYNAMIC|RTF_GATEWAY, 0);
	else {
		if ((rt->rt_flags & RTF_DYNAMIC) && 
		    (rt->rt_flags & RTF_GATEWAY) && rt_mask(rt)->sa_len == 0)
			rt_setgate(rt, rt_key(rt), rt_key(sc));
	}
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		snpac_age
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Time out snpac entries
 *
 * RETURNS:			
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			When encountering an entry for the first time, snpac_age
 *					may delete up to SNPAC_AGE too many seconds. Ie.
 *					if the entry is added a moment before snpac_age is
 *					called, the entry will immediately have SNPAC_AGE
 *					seconds taken off the holding time, even though
 *					it has only been held a brief moment.
 *
 *					The proper way to do this is set an expiry timeval
 *					equal to current time + holding time. Then snpac_age
 *					would time out entries where expiry date is older
 *					than the current time.
 */
void
snpac_age()
{
	register struct	llinfo_llc *lc, *nlc;
	register struct	rtentry *rt;

	timeout(snpac_age, (caddr_t)0, SNPAC_AGE * hz);

	for (lc = llinfo_llc.lc_next; lc != & llinfo_llc; lc = nlc) {
		nlc = lc->lc_next;
		if (lc->lc_flags & SNPA_VALID) {
			rt = lc->lc_rt;
			if (rt->rt_rmx.rmx_expire && rt->rt_rmx.rmx_expire < time.tv_sec)
				snpac_free(lc);
		}
	}
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		snpac_ownmulti
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Determine if the snpa address is a multicast address
 *					of the same type as the system.
 *
 * RETURNS:			true or false
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			Used by interface drivers when not in eavesdrop mode 
 *					as interm kludge until
 *					real multicast addresses can be configured
 */
snpac_ownmulti(snpa, len)
caddr_t	snpa;
u_int	len;
{
	return (((iso_systype & SNPA_ES) &&
			 (!bcmp(snpa, (caddr_t)all_es_snpa, len))) ||
			((iso_systype & SNPA_IS) &&
			 (!bcmp(snpa, (caddr_t)all_is_snpa, len))));
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		snpac_flushifp
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Flush entries associated with specific ifp
 *
 * RETURNS:			nothing
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			
 */
snpac_flushifp(ifp)
struct ifnet	*ifp;
{
	register struct llinfo_llc	*lc;

	for (lc = llinfo_llc.lc_next; lc != & llinfo_llc; lc = lc->lc_next) {
		if (lc->lc_rt->rt_ifp == ifp && (lc->lc_flags & SNPA_VALID))
			snpac_free(lc);
	}
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		snpac_rtrequest
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Make a routing request
 *
 * RETURNS:			nothing
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			In the future, this should make a request of a user
 *					level routing daemon.
 */
snpac_rtrequest(req, host, gateway, netmask, flags, ret_nrt)
int				req;
struct iso_addr	*host;
struct iso_addr	*gateway;
struct iso_addr	*netmask;
short			flags;
struct rtentry	**ret_nrt;
{
	register struct iso_addr *r;

	IFDEBUG(D_SNPA)
		printf("snpac_rtrequest: ");
		if (req == RTM_ADD)
			printf("add");
		else if (req == RTM_DELETE)
			printf("delete");
		else 
			printf("unknown command");
		printf(" dst: %s\n", clnp_iso_addrp(host));
		printf("\tgateway: %s\n", clnp_iso_addrp(gateway));
	ENDDEBUG


	zap_isoaddr(dst, host);
	zap_isoaddr(gte, gateway);
	if (netmask) {
		zap_isoaddr(msk, netmask);
		msk.siso_nlen = 0;
		msk.siso_len = msk.siso_pad - (u_char *)&msk;
	}

	rtrequest(req, S(dst), S(gte), (netmask ? S(msk) : (struct sockaddr *)0),
		flags, ret_nrt);
}

/*
 * FUNCTION:		snpac_addrt
 *
 * PURPOSE:			Associate a routing entry with an snpac entry
 *
 * RETURNS:			nothing
 *
 * SIDE EFFECTS:	
 *
 * NOTES:			If a cache entry exists for gateway, then
 *					make a routing entry (host, gateway) and associate
 *					with gateway.
 *
 *					If a route already exists and is different, first delete
 *					it.
 *
 *					This could be made more efficient by checking 
 *					the existing route before adding a new one.
 */
snpac_addrt(ifp, host, gateway, netmask)
struct ifnet *ifp;
struct iso_addr	*host, *gateway, *netmask;
{
	register struct iso_addr *r;

	zap_isoaddr(dst, host);
	zap_isoaddr(gte, gateway);
	if (netmask) {
		zap_isoaddr(msk, netmask);
		msk.siso_nlen = 0;
		msk.siso_len = msk.siso_pad - (u_char *)&msk;
		rtredirect(S(dst), S(gte), S(msk), RTF_DONE, S(gte), 0);
	} else
		rtredirect(S(dst), S(gte), (struct sockaddr *)0,
							RTF_DONE | RTF_HOST, S(gte), 0);
}
#endif	/* ISO */