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    1 /*      $NetBSD: tp_iso.c,v 1.19 2005/02/26 22:39:49 perry Exp $        */
    2 
    3 /*-
    4  * Copyright (c) 1991, 1993
    5  *      The Regents of the University of California.  All rights reserved.
    6  *
    7  * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
    8  * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
    9  * are met:
   10  * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
   11  *    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
   12  * 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
   13  *    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
   14  *    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
   15  * 3. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors
   16  *    may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
   17  *    without specific prior written permission.
   18  *
   19  * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
   20  * ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
   21  * IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
   22  * ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
   23  * FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
   24  * DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
   25  * OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
   26  * HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
   27  * LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
   28  * OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
   29  * SUCH DAMAGE.
   30  *
   31  *      @(#)tp_iso.c    8.2 (Berkeley) 9/22/94
   32  */
   33 
   34 /***********************************************************
   35                 Copyright IBM Corporation 1987
   36 
   37                       All Rights Reserved
   38 
   39 Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and its
   40 documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted,
   41 provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that
   42 both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in
   43 supporting documentation, and that the name of IBM not be
   44 used in advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of the
   45 software without specific, written prior permission.
   46 
   47 IBM DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE, INCLUDING
   48 ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS, IN NO EVENT SHALL
   49 IBM BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR
   50 ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS,
   51 WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION,
   52 ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS
   53 SOFTWARE.
   54 
   55 ******************************************************************/
   56 
   57 /*
   58  * ARGO Project, Computer Sciences Dept., University of Wisconsin - Madison
   59  */
   60 /*
   61  * Here is where you find the iso-dependent code.  We've tried keep all
   62  * net-level and (primarily) address-family-dependent stuff out of the tp
   63  * source, and everthing here is reached indirectly through a switch table
   64  * (struct nl_protosw *) tpcb->tp_nlproto (see tp_pcb.c). The routines here
   65  * are: iso_getsufx: gets transport suffix out of an isopcb structure.
   66  * iso_putsufx: put transport suffix into an isopcb structure.
   67  * iso_putnetaddr: put a whole net addr into an isopcb. iso_getnetaddr: get a
   68  * whole net addr from an isopcb. iso_cmpnetaddr: compare a whole net addr
   69  * from an isopcb. iso_recycle_suffix: clear suffix for reuse in isopcb
   70  * tpclnp_ctlinput: handle ER CNLPdu : icmp-like stuff tpclnp_mtu: figure out
   71  * what size tpdu to use tpclnp_input: take a pkt from clnp, strip off its
   72  * clnp header, give to tp tpclnp_output_dg: package a pkt for clnp given 2
   73  * addresses & some data tpclnp_output: package a pkt for clnp given an
   74  * isopcb & some data
   75  */
   76 
   77 #include <sys/cdefs.h>
   78 __KERNEL_RCSID(0, "$NetBSD: tp_iso.c,v 1.19 2005/02/26 22:39:49 perry Exp $");
   79 
   80 #include "opt_iso.h"
   81 #ifdef ISO
   82 
   83 #include <sys/param.h>
   84 #include <sys/socket.h>
   85 #include <sys/socketvar.h>
   86 #include <sys/domain.h>
   87 #include <sys/malloc.h>
   88 #include <sys/mbuf.h>
   89 #include <sys/errno.h>
   90 #include <sys/time.h>
   91 #include <sys/protosw.h>
   92 #include <sys/systm.h>
   93 #include <sys/kernel.h>
   94 
   95 #include <net/if.h>
   96 #include <net/route.h>
   97 
   98 #include <netiso/argo_debug.h>
   99 #include <netiso/tp_param.h>
  100 #include <netiso/tp_stat.h>
  101 #include <netiso/tp_pcb.h>
  102 #include <netiso/tp_trace.h>
  103 #include <netiso/tp_stat.h>
  104 #include <netiso/tp_tpdu.h>
  105 #include <netiso/tp_clnp.h>
  106 #include <netiso/tp_var.h>
  107 #include <netiso/cltp_var.h>
  108 #include <netiso/idrp_var.h>
  109 
  110 #include <machine/stdarg.h>
  111 
  112 /*
  113  * CALLED FROM:
  114  *      pr_usrreq() on PRU_BIND, PRU_CONNECT, PRU_ACCEPT, and PRU_PEERADDR
  115  * FUNCTION, ARGUMENTS:
  116  *      The argument (which) takes the value TP_LOCAL or TP_FOREIGN.
  117  */
  118 
  119 void
  120 iso_getsufx(void *v, u_short *lenp, caddr_t data_out, int which)
  121 {
  122         struct isopcb  *isop = v;
  123         struct sockaddr_iso *addr = 0;
  124 
  125         switch (which) {
  126         case TP_LOCAL:
  127                 addr = isop->isop_laddr;
  128                 break;
  129 
  130         case TP_FOREIGN:
  131                 addr = isop->isop_faddr;
  132         }
  133         if (addr)
  134                 bcopy(TSEL(addr), data_out, (*lenp = addr->siso_tlen));
  135 }
  136 
  137 /*
  138  * CALLED FROM: tp_newsocket(); i.e., when a connection is being established
  139  * by an incoming CR_TPDU.
  140  *
  141  * FUNCTION, ARGUMENTS: Put a transport suffix (found in name) into an isopcb
  142  * structure (isop). The argument (which) takes the value TP_LOCAL or
  143  * TP_FOREIGN.
  144  */
  145 void
  146 iso_putsufx(void *v, caddr_t sufxloc, int sufxlen, int which)
  147 {
  148         struct isopcb  *isop = v;
  149         struct sockaddr_iso **dst, *backup;
  150         struct sockaddr_iso *addr;
  151         struct mbuf    *m;
  152         int             len;
  153 
  154         switch (which) {
  155         default:
  156                 return;
  157 
  158         case TP_LOCAL:
  159                 dst = &isop->isop_laddr;
  160                 backup = &isop->isop_sladdr;
  161                 break;
  162 
  163         case TP_FOREIGN:
  164                 dst = &isop->isop_faddr;
  165                 backup = &isop->isop_sfaddr;
  166         }
  167         if ((addr = *dst) == 0) {
  168                 addr = *dst = backup;
  169                 addr->siso_nlen = 0;
  170                 addr->siso_slen = 0;
  171                 addr->siso_plen = 0;
  172                 printf("iso_putsufx on un-initialized isopcb\n");
  173         }
  174         len = sufxlen + addr->siso_nlen +
  175                 (sizeof(*addr) - sizeof(addr->siso_data));
  176         if (addr == backup) {
  177                 if (len > sizeof(*addr)) {
  178                         m = m_getclr(M_DONTWAIT, MT_SONAME);
  179                         if (m == 0)
  180                                 return;
  181                         addr = *dst = mtod(m, struct sockaddr_iso *);
  182                         *addr = *backup;
  183                         m->m_len = len;
  184                 }
  185         }
  186         bcopy(sufxloc, TSEL(addr), sufxlen);
  187         addr->siso_tlen = sufxlen;
  188         addr->siso_len = len;
  189 }
  190 
  191 /*
  192  * CALLED FROM:
  193  *      tp.trans whenever we go into REFWAIT state.
  194  * FUNCTION and ARGUMENT:
  195  *       Called when a ref is frozen, to allow the suffix to be reused.
  196  *      (isop) is the net level pcb.  This really shouldn't have to be
  197  *      done in a NET level pcb but... for the internet world that just
  198  *      the way it is done in BSD...
  199  *      The alternative is to have the port unusable until the reference
  200  *      timer goes off.
  201  */
  202 void
  203 iso_recycle_tsuffix(void *v)
  204 {
  205         struct isopcb *isop = v;
  206         isop->isop_laddr->siso_tlen = isop->isop_faddr->siso_tlen = 0;
  207 }
  208 
  209 /*
  210  * CALLED FROM:
  211  *      tp_newsocket(); i.e., when a connection is being established by an
  212  *      incoming CR_TPDU.
  213  *
  214  * FUNCTION and ARGUMENTS:
  215  *      Copy a whole net addr from a struct sockaddr (name).
  216  *      into an isopcb (isop).
  217  *      The argument (which) takes values TP_LOCAL or TP_FOREIGN
  218  */
  219 void
  220 iso_putnetaddr(void *v, struct sockaddr *nm, int which)
  221 {
  222         struct isopcb *isop = v;
  223         struct sockaddr_iso *name = (struct sockaddr_iso *) nm;
  224         struct sockaddr_iso **sisop, *backup;
  225         struct sockaddr_iso *siso;
  226 
  227         switch (which) {
  228         default:
  229                 printf("iso_putnetaddr: should panic\n");
  230                 return;
  231         case TP_LOCAL:
  232                 sisop = &isop->isop_laddr;
  233                 backup = &isop->isop_sladdr;
  234                 break;
  235         case TP_FOREIGN:
  236                 sisop = &isop->isop_faddr;
  237                 backup = &isop->isop_sfaddr;
  238         }
  239         siso = ((*sisop == 0) ? (*sisop = backup) : *sisop);
  240 #ifdef ARGO_DEBUG
  241         if (argo_debug[D_TPISO]) {
  242                 printf("ISO_PUTNETADDR\n");
  243                 dump_isoaddr(isop->isop_faddr);
  244         }
  245 #endif
  246         siso->siso_addr = name->siso_addr;
  247 }
  248 
  249 /*
  250  * CALLED FROM:
  251  *      tp_input() when a connection is being established by an
  252  *      incoming CR_TPDU, and considered for interception.
  253  *
  254  * FUNCTION and ARGUMENTS:
  255  *      compare a whole net addr from a struct sockaddr (name),
  256  *      with that implicitly stored in an isopcb (isop).
  257  *      The argument (which) takes values TP_LOCAL or TP_FOREIGN.
  258  */
  259 int
  260 iso_cmpnetaddr(void *v, struct sockaddr *nm, int which)
  261 {
  262         struct isopcb *isop = v;
  263         struct sockaddr_iso *name = (struct sockaddr_iso *) nm;
  264         struct sockaddr_iso **sisop, *backup;
  265         struct sockaddr_iso *siso;
  266 
  267         switch (which) {
  268         default:
  269                 printf("iso_cmpnetaddr: should panic\n");
  270                 return 0;
  271         case TP_LOCAL:
  272                 sisop = &isop->isop_laddr;
  273                 backup = &isop->isop_sladdr;
  274                 break;
  275         case TP_FOREIGN:
  276                 sisop = &isop->isop_faddr;
  277                 backup = &isop->isop_sfaddr;
  278         }
  279         siso = ((*sisop == 0) ? (*sisop = backup) : *sisop);
  280 #ifdef ARGO_DEBUG
  281         if (argo_debug[D_TPISO]) {
  282                 printf("ISO_CMPNETADDR\n");
  283                 dump_isoaddr(siso);
  284         }
  285 #endif
  286         if (name->siso_tlen && bcmp(TSEL(name), TSEL(siso), name->siso_tlen))
  287                 return (0);
  288         return (bcmp((caddr_t) name->siso_data,
  289                      (caddr_t) siso->siso_data, name->siso_nlen) == 0);
  290 }
  291 
  292 /*
  293  * CALLED FROM:
  294  *  pr_usrreq() PRU_SOCKADDR, PRU_ACCEPT, PRU_PEERADDR
  295  * FUNCTION and ARGUMENTS:
  296  *      Copy a whole net addr from an isopcb (isop) into
  297  *      a struct sockaddr (name).
  298  *      The argument (which) takes values TP_LOCAL or TP_FOREIGN.
  299  */
  300 
  301 void
  302 iso_getnetaddr(void *v, struct mbuf *name, int which)
  303 {
  304         struct inpcb *inp = v;
  305         struct isopcb *isop = (struct isopcb *) inp;
  306         struct sockaddr_iso *siso =
  307         (which == TP_LOCAL ? isop->isop_laddr : isop->isop_faddr);
  308         if (siso)
  309                 bcopy((caddr_t) siso, mtod(name, caddr_t),
  310                       (unsigned) (name->m_len = siso->siso_len));
  311         else
  312                 name->m_len = 0;
  313 }
  314 /*
  315  * NAME:        tpclnp_mtu()
  316  *
  317  * CALLED FROM:
  318  *  tp_route_to() on incoming CR, CC, and pr_usrreq() for PRU_CONNECT
  319  *
  320  * FUNCTION, ARGUMENTS, and RETURN VALUE:
  321  *
  322  * Perform subnetwork dependent part of determining MTU information.
  323  * It appears that setting a double pointer to the rtentry associated with
  324  * the destination, and returning the header size for the network protocol
  325  * suffices.
  326  *
  327  * SIDE EFFECTS:
  328  * Sets tp_routep pointer in pcb.
  329  *
  330  * NOTES:
  331  */
  332 int
  333 tpclnp_mtu(void *v)
  334 {
  335         struct tp_pcb *tpcb = v;
  336         struct isopcb  *isop = (struct isopcb *) tpcb->tp_npcb;
  337 
  338 #ifdef ARGO_DEBUG
  339         if (argo_debug[D_CONN]) {
  340                 printf("tpclnp_mtu(tpcb %p)\n", tpcb);
  341         }
  342 #endif
  343         tpcb->tp_routep = &(isop->isop_route.ro_rt);
  344         if (tpcb->tp_netservice == ISO_CONS)
  345                 return 0;
  346         else
  347                 return (sizeof(struct clnp_fixed) + sizeof(struct clnp_segment) +
  348                         2 * sizeof(struct iso_addr));
  349 
  350 }
  351 
  352 /*
  353  * CALLED FROM:
  354  *  tp_emit()
  355  * FUNCTION and ARGUMENTS:
  356  *  Take a packet(m0) from tp and package it so that clnp will accept it.
  357  *  This means prepending space for the clnp header and filling in a few
  358  *  of the fields.
  359  *  isop is the isopcb structure; datalen is the length of the data in the
  360  *  mbuf string m0.
  361  * RETURN VALUE:
  362  *  whatever (E*) is returned form the net layer output routine.
  363  */
  364 
  365 int
  366 tpclnp_output(struct mbuf *m0, ...)
  367 {
  368         int             datalen;
  369         struct isopcb  *isop;
  370         int             nochksum;
  371         va_list ap;
  372 
  373         va_start(ap, m0);
  374         datalen = va_arg(ap, int);
  375         isop = va_arg(ap, struct isopcb *);
  376         nochksum = va_arg(ap, int);
  377         va_end(ap);
  378 
  379         IncStat(ts_tpdu_sent);
  380 
  381 #ifdef ARGO_DEBUG
  382         if (argo_debug[D_TPISO]) {
  383                 struct tpdu    *hdr = mtod(m0, struct tpdu *);
  384 
  385                 printf(
  386                        "abt to call clnp_output: datalen 0x%x, hdr.li 0x%x, hdr.dutype 0x%x nocsum x%x dst addr:\n",
  387                        datalen,
  388                        (int) hdr->tpdu_li, (int) hdr->tpdu_type, nochksum);
  389                 dump_isoaddr(isop->isop_faddr);
  390                 printf("\nsrc addr:\n");
  391                 dump_isoaddr(isop->isop_laddr);
  392                 dump_mbuf(m0, "at tpclnp_output");
  393         }
  394 #endif
  395 
  396         return
  397                 clnp_output(m0, isop, datalen, /* flags */ nochksum ? CLNP_NO_CKSUM : 0);
  398 }
  399 
  400 /*
  401  * CALLED FROM:
  402  *  tp_error_emit()
  403  * FUNCTION and ARGUMENTS:
  404  *  This is a copy of tpclnp_output that takes the addresses
  405  *  instead of a pcb.  It's used by the tp_error_emit, when we
  406  *  don't have an iso_pcb with which to call the normal output rtn.
  407  * RETURN VALUE:
  408  *  ENOBUFS or
  409  *  whatever (E*) is returned form the net layer output routine.
  410  */
  411 
  412 int
  413 tpclnp_output_dg(struct mbuf *m0, ...)
  414 {
  415         struct isopcb   tmppcb;
  416         int             err;
  417         int             flags;
  418         int             datalen;
  419         struct iso_addr *laddr, *faddr;
  420         struct route   *ro;
  421         int             nochksum;
  422         va_list         ap;
  423 
  424         va_start(ap, m0);
  425         datalen = va_arg(ap, int);
  426         laddr = va_arg(ap, struct iso_addr *);
  427         faddr = va_arg(ap, struct iso_addr *);
  428         ro = va_arg(ap, struct route *);
  429         nochksum = va_arg(ap, int);
  430         va_end(ap);
  431 
  432 #ifdef ARGO_DEBUG
  433         if (argo_debug[D_TPISO]) {
  434                 printf("tpclnp_output_dg  datalen 0x%x m0 %p\n", datalen, m0);
  435         }
  436 #endif
  437 
  438         /*
  439          *      Fill in minimal portion of isopcb so that clnp can send the
  440          *      packet.
  441          */
  442         bzero((caddr_t) & tmppcb, sizeof(tmppcb));
  443         tmppcb.isop_laddr = &tmppcb.isop_sladdr;
  444         tmppcb.isop_laddr->siso_addr = *laddr;
  445         tmppcb.isop_faddr = &tmppcb.isop_sfaddr;
  446         tmppcb.isop_faddr->siso_addr = *faddr;
  447 
  448 #ifdef ARGO_DEBUG
  449         if (argo_debug[D_TPISO]) {
  450                 printf("tpclnp_output_dg  faddr: \n");
  451                 dump_isoaddr(&tmppcb.isop_sfaddr);
  452                 printf("\ntpclnp_output_dg  laddr: \n");
  453                 dump_isoaddr(&tmppcb.isop_sladdr);
  454                 printf("\n");
  455         }
  456 #endif
  457 
  458         /*
  459          *      Do not use packet cache since this is a one shot error packet
  460          */
  461         flags = (CLNP_NOCACHE | (nochksum ? CLNP_NO_CKSUM : 0));
  462 
  463         IncStat(ts_tpdu_sent);
  464 
  465         err = clnp_output(m0, &tmppcb, datalen, flags);
  466 
  467         /*
  468          *      Free route allocated by clnp (if the route was indeed allocated)
  469          */
  470         if (tmppcb.isop_route.ro_rt)
  471                 RTFREE(tmppcb.isop_route.ro_rt);
  472 
  473         return (err);
  474 }
  475 /*
  476  * CALLED FROM:
  477  *      clnp's input routine, indirectly through the protosw.
  478  * FUNCTION and ARGUMENTS:
  479  * Take a packet (m) from clnp, strip off the clnp header and give it to tp
  480  * No return value.
  481  */
  482 void
  483 tpclnp_input(struct mbuf *m, ...)
  484 {
  485         struct sockaddr_iso *src, *dst;
  486         int             clnp_len, ce_bit;
  487         void            (*input) (struct mbuf *, ...) = tp_input;
  488         va_list         ap;
  489 
  490         va_start(ap, m);
  491         src = va_arg(ap, struct sockaddr_iso *);
  492         dst = va_arg(ap, struct sockaddr_iso *);
  493         clnp_len = va_arg(ap, int);
  494         ce_bit = va_arg(ap, int);
  495         va_end(ap);
  496 
  497         IncStat(ts_pkt_rcvd);
  498 
  499 #ifdef ARGO_DEBUG
  500         if (argo_debug[D_TPINPUT]) {
  501                 printf("tpclnp_input: m %p clnp_len 0x%x\n", m, clnp_len);
  502                 dump_mbuf(m, "at tpclnp_input");
  503         }
  504 #endif
  505         /*
  506          * CLNP gives us an mbuf chain WITH the clnp header pulled up,
  507          * and the length of the clnp header.
  508          * First, strip off the Clnp header. leave the mbuf there for the
  509          * pullup that follows.
  510          */
  511         m->m_len -= clnp_len;
  512         m->m_data += clnp_len;
  513         m->m_pkthdr.len -= clnp_len;
  514         /* XXXX: should probably be in clnp_input */
  515         switch (dst->siso_data[dst->siso_nlen - 1]) {
  516         case 0:
  517                 if (m->m_len == 0 && (m = m_pullup(m, 1)) == 0)
  518                         return;
  519                 if (*(mtod(m, u_char *)) == ISO10747_IDRP) {
  520                         idrp_input(m, src, dst);
  521                         return;
  522                 }
  523         }
  524         m = tp_inputprep(m);
  525         if (m == 0)
  526                 return;
  527         if (mtod(m, u_char *)[1] == UD_TPDU_type)
  528                 input = cltp_input;
  529 
  530 #ifdef ARGO_DEBUG
  531         if (argo_debug[D_TPINPUT]) {
  532                 dump_mbuf(m, "after tpclnp_input both pullups");
  533         }
  534 #endif
  535 
  536 #ifdef ARGO_DEBUG
  537         if (argo_debug[D_TPISO]) {
  538                 printf("calling %sinput : src %p, dst %p, src addr:\n",
  539                        (input == tp_input ? "tp_" : "clts_"), src, dst);
  540                 dump_isoaddr(src);
  541                 printf(" dst addr:\n");
  542                 dump_isoaddr(dst);
  543         }
  544 #endif
  545 
  546         (*input) (m, (struct sockaddr *) src, (struct sockaddr *) dst, 0,
  547                   tpclnp_output_dg, ce_bit);
  548 
  549 #ifdef ARGO_DEBUG
  550         if (argo_debug[D_QUENCH]) {{
  551                         if (time.tv_usec & 0x4 && time.tv_usec & 0x40) {
  552                                 printf("tpclnp_input: FAKING %s\n",
  553                                        tp_stat.ts_pkt_rcvd & 0x1 ? "QUENCH" : "QUENCH2");
  554                                 if (tp_stat.ts_pkt_rcvd & 0x1)
  555                                         tpclnp_ctlinput(PRC_QUENCH,
  556                                                         (struct sockaddr *)
  557                                                         &src, NULL);
  558                                 else
  559                                         tpclnp_ctlinput(PRC_QUENCH2,
  560                                                         (struct sockaddr *)
  561                                                         &src, NULL);
  562                         }
  563         }
  564         }
  565 #endif
  566 }
  567 
  568 /*ARGSUSED*/
  569 void
  570 iso_rtchange(struct isopcb *pcb)
  571 {
  572 
  573 }
  574 
  575 /*
  576  * CALLED FROM:
  577  *  tpclnp_ctlinput()
  578  * FUNCTION and ARGUMENTS:
  579  *  find the tpcb pointer and pass it to tp_quench
  580  */
  581 void
  582 tpiso_decbit(struct isopcb *isop)
  583 {
  584         tp_quench((struct inpcb *) isop->isop_socket->so_pcb, PRC_QUENCH2);
  585 }
  586 /*
  587  * CALLED FROM:
  588  *  tpclnp_ctlinput()
  589  * FUNCTION and ARGUMENTS:
  590  *  find the tpcb pointer and pass it to tp_quench
  591  */
  592 void
  593 tpiso_quench(struct isopcb *isop)
  594 {
  595         tp_quench((struct inpcb *) isop->isop_socket->so_pcb, PRC_QUENCH);
  596 }
  597 
  598 /*
  599  * CALLED FROM:
  600  *  The network layer through the protosw table.
  601  * FUNCTION and ARGUMENTS:
  602  *      When clnp an ICMP-like msg this gets called.
  603  *      It either returns an error status to the user or
  604  *      it causes all connections on this address to be aborted
  605  *      by calling the appropriate xx_notify() routine.
  606  *      (cmd) is the type of ICMP error.
  607  *      (siso) is the address of the guy who sent the ER CLNPDU
  608  */
  609 void *
  610 tpclnp_ctlinput(int cmd, struct sockaddr *saddr, void *dummy)
  611 {
  612         struct sockaddr_iso *siso = (struct sockaddr_iso *) saddr;
  613 
  614 #ifdef ARGO_DEBUG
  615         if (argo_debug[D_TPINPUT]) {
  616                 printf("tpclnp_ctlinput1: cmd 0x%x addr: \n", cmd);
  617                 dump_isoaddr(siso);
  618         }
  619 #endif
  620 
  621         if ((unsigned)cmd >= PRC_NCMDS)
  622                 return NULL;
  623         if (siso->siso_family != AF_ISO)
  624                 return NULL;
  625         switch (cmd) {
  626 
  627         case PRC_QUENCH2:
  628                 iso_pcbnotify(&tp_isopcb, siso, 0, tpiso_decbit);
  629                 break;
  630 
  631         case PRC_QUENCH:
  632                 iso_pcbnotify(&tp_isopcb, siso, 0, tpiso_quench);
  633                 break;
  634 
  635         case PRC_TIMXCEED_REASS:
  636         case PRC_ROUTEDEAD:
  637                 iso_pcbnotify(&tp_isopcb, siso, 0, tpiso_reset);
  638                 break;
  639 
  640         case PRC_HOSTUNREACH:
  641         case PRC_UNREACH_NET:
  642         case PRC_IFDOWN:
  643         case PRC_HOSTDEAD:
  644                 iso_pcbnotify(&tp_isopcb, siso,
  645                               (int) isoctlerrmap[cmd], iso_rtchange);
  646                 break;
  647 
  648         default:
  649                 /*
  650                 case    PRC_MSGSIZE:
  651                 case    PRC_UNREACH_HOST:
  652                 case    PRC_UNREACH_PROTOCOL:
  653                 case    PRC_UNREACH_PORT:
  654                 case    PRC_UNREACH_NEEDFRAG:
  655                 case    PRC_UNREACH_SRCFAIL:
  656                 case    PRC_REDIRECT_NET:
  657                 case    PRC_REDIRECT_HOST:
  658                 case    PRC_REDIRECT_TOSNET:
  659                 case    PRC_REDIRECT_TOSHOST:
  660                 case    PRC_TIMXCEED_INTRANS:
  661                 case    PRC_PARAMPROB:
  662                 */
  663                 iso_pcbnotify(&tp_isopcb, siso, (int) isoctlerrmap[cmd], tpiso_abort);
  664                 break;
  665         }
  666         return NULL;
  667 }
  668 /*
  669  * XXX - Variant which is called by clnp_er.c with an isoaddr rather
  670  * than a sockaddr_iso.
  671  */
  672 
  673 static struct sockaddr_iso siso = {sizeof(siso), AF_ISO};
  674 void
  675 tpclnp_ctlinput1(int cmd, struct iso_addr *isoa)
  676 {
  677         bzero((caddr_t) & siso.siso_addr, sizeof(siso.siso_addr));
  678         bcopy((caddr_t) isoa, (caddr_t) & siso.siso_addr, isoa->isoa_len);
  679         tpclnp_ctlinput(cmd, (struct sockaddr *) &siso, NULL);
  680 }
  681 
  682 /*
  683  * These next 2 routines are
  684  * CALLED FROM:
  685  *      xxx_notify() from tp_ctlinput() when
  686  *  net level gets some ICMP-equiv. type event.
  687  * FUNCTION and ARGUMENTS:
  688  *  Cause the connection to be aborted with some sort of error
  689  *  reason indicating that the network layer caused the abort.
  690  *  Fakes an ER TPDU so we can go through the driver.
  691  *  abort always aborts the TP connection.
  692  *  reset may or may not, depending on the TP class that's in use.
  693  */
  694 void
  695 tpiso_abort(struct isopcb *isop)
  696 {
  697         struct tp_event e;
  698 
  699 #ifdef ARGO_DEBUG
  700         if (argo_debug[D_CONN]) {
  701                 printf("tpiso_abort %p\n", isop);
  702         }
  703 #endif
  704         e.ev_number = ER_TPDU;
  705         e.TPDU_ATTR(ER).e_reason = ECONNABORTED;
  706         tp_driver((struct tp_pcb *) isop->isop_socket->so_pcb, &e);
  707 }
  708 
  709 void
  710 tpiso_reset(struct isopcb *isop)
  711 {
  712         struct tp_event e;
  713 
  714         e.ev_number = T_NETRESET;
  715         tp_driver((struct tp_pcb *) isop->isop_socket->so_pcb, &e);
  716 
  717 }
  718 
  719 #endif /* ISO */

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