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/* SCTP kernel reference Implementation
* (C) Copyright IBM Corp. 2001, 2004
* Copyright (c) 1999-2000 Cisco, Inc.
* Copyright (c) 1999-2001 Motorola, Inc.
* Copyright (c) 2001-2003 Intel Corp.
* Copyright (c) 2001-2002 Nokia, Inc.
* Copyright (c) 2001 La Monte H.P. Yarroll
*
* This file is part of the SCTP kernel reference Implementation
*
* These functions interface with the sockets layer to implement the
* SCTP Extensions for the Sockets API.
*
* Note that the descriptions from the specification are USER level
* functions--this file is the functions which populate the struct proto
* for SCTP which is the BOTTOM of the sockets interface.
*
* The SCTP reference implementation is free software;
* you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
* the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
* any later version.
*
* The SCTP reference implementation is distributed in the hope that it
* will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied
* ************************
* warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
* See the GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with GNU CC; see the file COPYING. If not, write to
* the Free Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*
* Please send any bug reports or fixes you make to the
* email address(es):
* lksctp developers <lksctp-developers@lists.sourceforge.net>
*
* Or submit a bug report through the following website:
* http://www.sf.net/projects/lksctp
*
* Written or modified by:
* La Monte H.P. Yarroll <piggy@acm.org>
* Narasimha Budihal <narsi@refcode.org>
* Karl Knutson <karl@athena.chicago.il.us>
* Jon Grimm <jgrimm@us.ibm.com>
* Xingang Guo <xingang.guo@intel.com>
* Daisy Chang <daisyc@us.ibm.com>
* Sridhar Samudrala <samudrala@us.ibm.com>
* Inaky Perez-Gonzalez <inaky.gonzalez@intel.com>
* Ardelle Fan <ardelle.fan@intel.com>
* Ryan Layer <rmlayer@us.ibm.com>
* Anup Pemmaiah <pemmaiah@cc.usu.edu>
* Kevin Gao <kevin.gao@intel.com>
*
* Any bugs reported given to us we will try to fix... any fixes shared will
* be incorporated into the next SCTP release.
*/
#include <linux/types.h>
#include <linux/kernel.h>
#include <linux/wait.h>
#include <linux/time.h>
#include <linux/ip.h>
#include <linux/capability.h>
#include <linux/fcntl.h>
#include <linux/poll.h>
#include <linux/init.h>
#include <linux/crypto.h>
#include <net/ip.h>
#include <net/icmp.h>
#include <net/route.h>
#include <net/ipv6.h>
#include <net/inet_common.h>
#include <linux/socket.h> /* for sa_family_t */
#include <net/sock.h>
#include <net/sctp/sctp.h>
#include <net/sctp/sm.h>
/* WARNING: Please do not remove the SCTP_STATIC attribute to
* any of the functions below as they are used to export functions
* used by a project regression testsuite.
*/
/* Forward declarations for internal helper functions. */
static int sctp_writeable(struct sock *sk);
static void sctp_wfree(struct sk_buff *skb);
static int sctp_wait_for_sndbuf(struct sctp_association *, long *timeo_p,
size_t msg_len);
static int sctp_wait_for_packet(struct sock * sk, int *err, long *timeo_p);
static int sctp_wait_for_connect(struct sctp_association *, long *timeo_p);
static int sctp_wait_for_accept(struct sock *sk, long timeo);
static void sctp_wait_for_close(struct sock *sk, long timeo);
static struct sctp_af *sctp_sockaddr_af(struct sctp_sock *opt,
union sctp_addr *addr, int len);
static int sctp_bindx_add(struct sock *, struct sockaddr *, int);
static int sctp_bindx_rem(struct sock *, struct sockaddr *, int);
static int sctp_send_asconf_add_ip(struct sock *, struct sockaddr *, int);
static int sctp_send_asconf_del_ip(struct sock *, struct sockaddr *, int);
static int sctp_send_asconf(struct sctp_association *asoc,
struct sctp_chunk *chunk);
static int sctp_do_bind(struct sock *, union sctp_addr *, int);
static int sctp_autobind(struct sock *sk);
static void sctp_sock_migrate(struct sock *, struct sock *,
struct sctp_association *, sctp_socket_type_t);
static char *sctp_hmac_alg = SCTP_COOKIE_HMAC_ALG;
extern struct kmem_cache *sctp_bucket_cachep;
/* Get the sndbuf space available at the time on the association. */
static inline int sctp_wspace(struct sctp_association *asoc)
{
struct sock *sk = asoc->base.sk;
int amt = 0;
if (asoc->ep->sndbuf_policy) {
/* make sure that no association uses more than sk_sndbuf */
amt = sk->sk_sndbuf - asoc->sndbuf_used;
} else {
/* do socket level accounting */
amt = sk->sk_sndbuf - atomic_read(&sk->sk_wmem_alloc);
}
if (amt < 0)
amt = 0;
return amt;
}
/* Increment the used sndbuf space count of the corresponding association by
* the size of the outgoing data chunk.
* Also, set the skb destructor for sndbuf accounting later.
*
* Since it is always 1-1 between chunk and skb, and also a new skb is always
* allocated for chunk bundling in sctp_packet_transmit(), we can use the
* destructor in the data chunk skb for the purpose of the sndbuf space
* tracking.
*/
static inline void sctp_set_owner_w(struct sctp_chunk *chunk)
{
struct sctp_association *asoc = chunk->asoc;
struct sock *sk = asoc->base.sk;
/* The sndbuf space is tracked per association. */
sctp_association_hold(asoc);
skb_set_owner_w(chunk->skb, sk);
chunk->skb->destructor = sctp_wfree;
/* Save the chunk pointer in skb for sctp_wfree to use later. */
*((struct sctp_chunk **)(chunk->skb->cb)) = chunk;
asoc->sndbuf_used += SCTP_DATA_SNDSIZE(chunk) +
sizeof(struct sk_buff) +
sizeof(struct sctp_chunk);
atomic_add(sizeof(struct sctp_chunk), &sk->sk_wmem_alloc);
}
/* Verify that this is a valid address. */
static inline int sctp_verify_addr(struct sock *sk, union sctp_addr *addr,
int len)
{
struct sctp_af *af;
/* Verify basic sockaddr. */
af = sctp_sockaddr_af(sctp_sk(sk), addr, len);
if (!af)
return -EINVAL;
/* Is this a valid SCTP address? */
if (!af->addr_valid(addr, sctp_sk(sk), NULL))
return -EINVAL;
if (!sctp_sk(sk)->pf->send_verify(sctp_sk(sk), (addr)))
return -EINVAL;
return 0;
}
/* Look up the association by its id. If this is not a UDP-style
* socket, the ID field is always ignored.
*/
struct sctp_association *sctp_id2assoc(struct sock *sk, sctp_assoc_t id)
{
struct sctp_association *asoc = NULL;
/* If this is not a UDP-style socket, assoc id should be ignored. */
if (!sctp_style(sk, UDP)) {
/* Return NULL if the socket state is not ESTABLISHED. It
* could be a TCP-style listening socket or a socket which
* hasn't yet called connect() to establish an association.
*/
if (!sctp_sstate(sk, ESTABLISHED))
return NULL;
/* Get the first and the only association from the list. */
if (!list_empty(&sctp_sk(sk)->ep->asocs))
asoc = list_entry(sctp_sk(sk)->ep->asocs.next,
struct sctp_association, asocs);
return asoc;
}
/* Otherwise this is a UDP-style socket. */
if (!id || (id == (sctp_assoc_t)-1))
return NULL;
spin_lock_bh(&sctp_assocs_id_lock);
asoc = (struct sctp_association *)idr_find(&sctp_assocs_id, (int)id);
spin_unlock_bh(&sctp_assocs_id_lock);
if (!asoc || (asoc->base.sk != sk) || asoc->base.dead)
return NULL;
return asoc;
}
/* Look up the transport from an address and an assoc id. If both address and
* id are specified, the associations matching the address and the id should be
* the same.
*/
static struct sctp_transport *sctp_addr_id2transport(struct sock *sk,
struct sockaddr_storage *addr,
sctp_assoc_t id)
{
struct sctp_association *addr_asoc = NULL, *id_asoc = NULL;
struct sctp_transport *transport;
union sctp_addr *laddr = (union sctp_addr *)addr;
addr_asoc = sctp_endpoint_lookup_assoc(sctp_sk(sk)->ep,
laddr,
&transport);
if (!addr_asoc)
return NULL;
id_asoc = sctp_id2assoc(sk, id);
if (id_asoc && (id_asoc != addr_asoc))
return NULL;
sctp_get_pf_specific(sk->sk_family)->addr_v4map(sctp_sk(sk),
(union sctp_addr *)addr);
return transport;
}
/* API 3.1.2 bind() - UDP Style Syntax
* The syntax of bind() is,
*
* ret = bind(int sd, struct sockaddr *addr, int addrlen);
*
* sd - the socket descriptor returned by socket().
* addr - the address structure (struct sockaddr_in or struct
* sockaddr_in6 [RFC 2553]),
* addr_len - the size of the address structure.
*/
SCTP_STATIC int sctp_bind(struct sock *sk, struct sockaddr *addr, int addr_len)
{
int retval = 0;
sctp_lock_sock(sk);
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("sctp_bind(sk: %p, addr: %p, addr_len: %d)\n",
sk, addr, addr_len);
/* Disallow binding twice. */
if (!sctp_sk(sk)->ep->base.bind_addr.port)
retval = sctp_do_bind(sk, (union sctp_addr *)addr,
addr_len);
else
retval = -EINVAL;
sctp_release_sock(sk);
return retval;
}
static long sctp_get_port_local(struct sock *, union sctp_addr *);
/* Verify this is a valid sockaddr. */
static struct sctp_af *sctp_sockaddr_af(struct sctp_sock *opt,
union sctp_addr *addr, int len)
{
struct sctp_af *af;
/* Check minimum size. */
if (len < sizeof (struct sockaddr))
return NULL;
/* Does this PF support this AF? */
if (!opt->pf->af_supported(addr->sa.sa_family, opt))
return NULL;
/* If we get this far, af is valid. */
af = sctp_get_af_specific(addr->sa.sa_family);
if (len < af->sockaddr_len)
return NULL;
return af;
}
/* Bind a local address either to an endpoint or to an association. */
SCTP_STATIC int sctp_do_bind(struct sock *sk, union sctp_addr *addr, int len)
{
struct sctp_sock *sp = sctp_sk(sk);
struct sctp_endpoint *ep = sp->ep;
struct sctp_bind_addr *bp = &ep->base.bind_addr;
struct sctp_af *af;
unsigned short snum;
int ret = 0;
/* Common sockaddr verification. */
af = sctp_sockaddr_af(sp, addr, len);
if (!af) {
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("sctp_do_bind(sk: %p, newaddr: %p, len: %d) EINVAL\n",
sk, addr, len);
return -EINVAL;
}
snum = ntohs(addr->v4.sin_port);
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK_IPADDR("sctp_do_bind(sk: %p, new addr: ",
", port: %d, new port: %d, len: %d)\n",
sk,
addr,
bp->port, snum,
len);
/* PF specific bind() address verification. */
if (!sp->pf->bind_verify(sp, addr))
return -EADDRNOTAVAIL;
/* We must either be unbound, or bind to the same port. */
if (bp->port && (snum != bp->port)) {
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("sctp_do_bind:"
" New port %d does not match existing port "
"%d.\n", snum, bp->port);
return -EINVAL;
}
if (snum && snum < PROT_SOCK && !capable(CAP_NET_BIND_SERVICE))
return -EACCES;
/* Make sure we are allowed to bind here.
* The function sctp_get_port_local() does duplicate address
* detection.
*/
if ((ret = sctp_get_port_local(sk, addr))) {
if (ret == (long) sk) {
/* This endpoint has a conflicting address. */
return -EINVAL;
} else {
return -EADDRINUSE;
}
}
/* Refresh ephemeral port. */
if (!bp->port)
bp->port = inet_sk(sk)->num;
/* Add the address to the bind address list. */
sctp_local_bh_disable();
sctp_write_lock(&ep->base.addr_lock);
/* Use GFP_ATOMIC since BHs are disabled. */
ret = sctp_add_bind_addr(bp, addr, 1, GFP_ATOMIC);
sctp_write_unlock(&ep->base.addr_lock);
sctp_local_bh_enable();
/* Copy back into socket for getsockname() use. */
if (!ret) {
inet_sk(sk)->sport = htons(inet_sk(sk)->num);
af->to_sk_saddr(addr, sk);
}
return ret;
}
/* ADDIP Section 4.1.1 Congestion Control of ASCONF Chunks
*
* R1) One and only one ASCONF Chunk MAY be in transit and unacknowledged
* at any one time. If a sender, after sending an ASCONF chunk, decides
* it needs to transfer another ASCONF Chunk, it MUST wait until the
* ASCONF-ACK Chunk returns from the previous ASCONF Chunk before sending a
* subsequent ASCONF. Note this restriction binds each side, so at any
* time two ASCONF may be in-transit on any given association (one sent
* from each endpoint).
*/
static int sctp_send_asconf(struct sctp_association *asoc,
struct sctp_chunk *chunk)
{
int retval = 0;
/* If there is an outstanding ASCONF chunk, queue it for later
* transmission.
*/
if (asoc->addip_last_asconf) {
list_add_tail(&chunk->list, &asoc->addip_chunk_list);
goto out;
}
/* Hold the chunk until an ASCONF_ACK is received. */
sctp_chunk_hold(chunk);
retval = sctp_primitive_ASCONF(asoc, chunk);
if (retval)
sctp_chunk_free(chunk);
else
asoc->addip_last_asconf = chunk;
out:
return retval;
}
/* Add a list of addresses as bind addresses to local endpoint or
* association.
*
* Basically run through each address specified in the addrs/addrcnt
* array/length pair, determine if it is IPv6 or IPv4 and call
* sctp_do_bind() on it.
*
* If any of them fails, then the operation will be reversed and the
* ones that were added will be removed.
*
* Only sctp_setsockopt_bindx() is supposed to call this function.
*/
int sctp_bindx_add(struct sock *sk, struct sockaddr *addrs, int addrcnt)
{
int cnt;
int retval = 0;
void *addr_buf;
struct sockaddr *sa_addr;
struct sctp_af *af;
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("sctp_bindx_add (sk: %p, addrs: %p, addrcnt: %d)\n",
sk, addrs, addrcnt);
addr_buf = addrs;
for (cnt = 0; cnt < addrcnt; cnt++) {
/* The list may contain either IPv4 or IPv6 address;
* determine the address length for walking thru the list.
*/
sa_addr = (struct sockaddr *)addr_buf;
af = sctp_get_af_specific(sa_addr->sa_family);
if (!af) {
retval = -EINVAL;
goto err_bindx_add;
}
retval = sctp_do_bind(sk, (union sctp_addr *)sa_addr,
af->sockaddr_len);
addr_buf += af->sockaddr_len;
err_bindx_add:
if (retval < 0) {
/* Failed. Cleanup the ones that have been added */
if (cnt > 0)
sctp_bindx_rem(sk, addrs, cnt);
return retval;
}
}
return retval;
}
/* Send an ASCONF chunk with Add IP address parameters to all the peers of the
* associations that are part of the endpoint indicating that a list of local
* addresses are added to the endpoint.
*
* If any of the addresses is already in the bind address list of the
* association, we do not send the chunk for that association. But it will not
* affect other associations.
*
* Only sctp_setsockopt_bindx() is supposed to call this function.
*/
static int sctp_send_asconf_add_ip(struct sock *sk,
struct sockaddr *addrs,
int addrcnt)
{
struct sctp_sock *sp;
struct sctp_endpoint *ep;
struct sctp_association *asoc;
struct sctp_bind_addr *bp;
struct sctp_chunk *chunk;
struct sctp_sockaddr_entry *laddr;
union sctp_addr *addr;
union sctp_addr saveaddr;
void *addr_buf;
struct sctp_af *af;
struct list_head *pos;
struct list_head *p;
int i;
int retval = 0;
if (!sctp_addip_enable)
return retval;
sp = sctp_sk(sk);
ep = sp->ep;
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("%s: (sk: %p, addrs: %p, addrcnt: %d)\n",
__FUNCTION__, sk, addrs, addrcnt);
list_for_each(pos, &ep->asocs) {
asoc = list_entry(pos, struct sctp_association, asocs);
if (!asoc->peer.asconf_capable)
continue;
if (asoc->peer.addip_disabled_mask & SCTP_PARAM_ADD_IP)
continue;
if (!sctp_state(asoc, ESTABLISHED))
continue;
/* Check if any address in the packed array of addresses is
* in the bind address list of the association. If so,
* do not send the asconf chunk to its peer, but continue with
* other associations.
*/
addr_buf = addrs;
for (i = 0; i < addrcnt; i++) {
addr = (union sctp_addr *)addr_buf;
af = sctp_get_af_specific(addr->v4.sin_family);
if (!af) {
retval = -EINVAL;
goto out;
}
if (sctp_assoc_lookup_laddr(asoc, addr))
break;
addr_buf += af->sockaddr_len;
}
if (i < addrcnt)
continue;
/* Use the first address in bind addr list of association as
* Address Parameter of ASCONF CHUNK.
*/
sctp_read_lock(&asoc->base.addr_lock);
bp = &asoc->base.bind_addr;
p = bp->address_list.next;
laddr = list_entry(p, struct sctp_sockaddr_entry, list);
sctp_read_unlock(&asoc->base.addr_lock);
chunk = sctp_make_asconf_update_ip(asoc, &laddr->a, addrs,
addrcnt, SCTP_PARAM_ADD_IP);
if (!chunk) {
retval = -ENOMEM;
goto out;
}
retval = sctp_send_asconf(asoc, chunk);
if (retval)
goto out;
/* Add the new addresses to the bind address list with
* use_as_src set to 0.
*/
sctp_local_bh_disable();
sctp_write_lock(&asoc->base.addr_lock);
addr_buf = addrs;
for (i = 0; i < addrcnt; i++) {
addr = (union sctp_addr *)addr_buf;
af = sctp_get_af_specific(addr->v4.sin_family);
memcpy(&saveaddr, addr, af->sockaddr_len);
retval = sctp_add_bind_addr(bp, &saveaddr, 0,
GFP_ATOMIC);
addr_buf += af->sockaddr_len;
}
sctp_write_unlock(&asoc->base.addr_lock);
sctp_local_bh_enable();
}
out:
return retval;
}
/* Remove a list of addresses from bind addresses list. Do not remove the
* last address.
*
* Basically run through each address specified in the addrs/addrcnt
* array/length pair, determine if it is IPv6 or IPv4 and call
* sctp_del_bind() on it.
*
* If any of them fails, then the operation will be reversed and the
* ones that were removed will be added back.
*
* At least one address has to be left; if only one address is
* available, the operation will return -EBUSY.
*
* Only sctp_setsockopt_bindx() is supposed to call this function.
*/
int sctp_bindx_rem(struct sock *sk, struct sockaddr *addrs, int addrcnt)
{
struct sctp_sock *sp = sctp_sk(sk);
struct sctp_endpoint *ep = sp->ep;
int cnt;
struct sctp_bind_addr *bp = &ep->base.bind_addr;
int retval = 0;
void *addr_buf;
union sctp_addr *sa_addr;
struct sctp_af *af;
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("sctp_bindx_rem (sk: %p, addrs: %p, addrcnt: %d)\n",
sk, addrs, addrcnt);
addr_buf = addrs;
for (cnt = 0; cnt < addrcnt; cnt++) {
/* If the bind address list is empty or if there is only one
* bind address, there is nothing more to be removed (we need
* at least one address here).
*/
if (list_empty(&bp->address_list) ||
(sctp_list_single_entry(&bp->address_list))) {
retval = -EBUSY;
goto err_bindx_rem;
}
sa_addr = (union sctp_addr *)addr_buf;
af = sctp_get_af_specific(sa_addr->sa.sa_family);
if (!af) {
retval = -EINVAL;
goto err_bindx_rem;
}
if (!af->addr_valid(sa_addr, sp, NULL)) {
retval = -EADDRNOTAVAIL;
goto err_bindx_rem;
}
if (sa_addr->v4.sin_port != htons(bp->port)) {
retval = -EINVAL;
goto err_bindx_rem;
}
/* FIXME - There is probably a need to check if sk->sk_saddr and
* sk->sk_rcv_addr are currently set to one of the addresses to
* be removed. This is something which needs to be looked into
* when we are fixing the outstanding issues with multi-homing
* socket routing and failover schemes. Refer to comments in
* sctp_do_bind(). -daisy
*/
sctp_local_bh_disable();
sctp_write_lock(&ep->base.addr_lock);
retval = sctp_del_bind_addr(bp, sa_addr);
sctp_write_unlock(&ep->base.addr_lock);
sctp_local_bh_enable();
addr_buf += af->sockaddr_len;
err_bindx_rem:
if (retval < 0) {
/* Failed. Add the ones that has been removed back */
if (cnt > 0)
sctp_bindx_add(sk, addrs, cnt);
return retval;
}
}
return retval;
}
/* Send an ASCONF chunk with Delete IP address parameters to all the peers of
* the associations that are part of the endpoint indicating that a list of
* local addresses are removed from the endpoint.
*
* If any of the addresses is already in the bind address list of the
* association, we do not send the chunk for that association. But it will not
* affect other associations.
*
* Only sctp_setsockopt_bindx() is supposed to call this function.
*/
static int sctp_send_asconf_del_ip(struct sock *sk,
struct sockaddr *addrs,
int addrcnt)
{
struct sctp_sock *sp;
struct sctp_endpoint *ep;
struct sctp_association *asoc;
struct sctp_transport *transport;
struct sctp_bind_addr *bp;
struct sctp_chunk *chunk;
union sctp_addr *laddr;
void *addr_buf;
struct sctp_af *af;
struct list_head *pos, *pos1;
struct sctp_sockaddr_entry *saddr;
int i;
int retval = 0;
if (!sctp_addip_enable)
return retval;
sp = sctp_sk(sk);
ep = sp->ep;
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("%s: (sk: %p, addrs: %p, addrcnt: %d)\n",
__FUNCTION__, sk, addrs, addrcnt);
list_for_each(pos, &ep->asocs) {
asoc = list_entry(pos, struct sctp_association, asocs);
if (!asoc->peer.asconf_capable)
continue;
if (asoc->peer.addip_disabled_mask & SCTP_PARAM_DEL_IP)
continue;
if (!sctp_state(asoc, ESTABLISHED))
continue;
/* Check if any address in the packed array of addresses is
* not present in the bind address list of the association.
* If so, do not send the asconf chunk to its peer, but
* continue with other associations.
*/
addr_buf = addrs;
for (i = 0; i < addrcnt; i++) {
laddr = (union sctp_addr *)addr_buf;
af = sctp_get_af_specific(laddr->v4.sin_family);
if (!af) {
retval = -EINVAL;
goto out;
}
if (!sctp_assoc_lookup_laddr(asoc, laddr))
break;
addr_buf += af->sockaddr_len;
}
if (i < addrcnt)
continue;
/* Find one address in the association's bind address list
* that is not in the packed array of addresses. This is to
* make sure that we do not delete all the addresses in the
* association.
*/
sctp_read_lock(&asoc->base.addr_lock);
bp = &asoc->base.bind_addr;
laddr = sctp_find_unmatch_addr(bp, (union sctp_addr *)addrs,
addrcnt, sp);
sctp_read_unlock(&asoc->base.addr_lock);
if (!laddr)
continue;
chunk = sctp_make_asconf_update_ip(asoc, laddr, addrs, addrcnt,
SCTP_PARAM_DEL_IP);
if (!chunk) {
retval = -ENOMEM;
goto out;
}
/* Reset use_as_src flag for the addresses in the bind address
* list that are to be deleted.
*/
sctp_local_bh_disable();
sctp_write_lock(&asoc->base.addr_lock);
addr_buf = addrs;
for (i = 0; i < addrcnt; i++) {
laddr = (union sctp_addr *)addr_buf;
af = sctp_get_af_specific(laddr->v4.sin_family);
list_for_each(pos1, &bp->address_list) {
saddr = list_entry(pos1,
struct sctp_sockaddr_entry,
list);
if (sctp_cmp_addr_exact(&saddr->a, laddr))
saddr->use_as_src = 0;
}
addr_buf += af->sockaddr_len;
}
sctp_write_unlock(&asoc->base.addr_lock);
sctp_local_bh_enable();
/* Update the route and saddr entries for all the transports
* as some of the addresses in the bind address list are
* about to be deleted and cannot be used as source addresses.
*/
list_for_each(pos1, &asoc->peer.transport_addr_list) {
transport = list_entry(pos1, struct sctp_transport,
transports);
dst_release(transport->dst);
sctp_transport_route(transport, NULL,
sctp_sk(asoc->base.sk));
}
retval = sctp_send_asconf(asoc, chunk);
}
out:
return retval;
}
/* Helper for tunneling sctp_bindx() requests through sctp_setsockopt()
*
* API 8.1
* int sctp_bindx(int sd, struct sockaddr *addrs, int addrcnt,
* int flags);
*
* If sd is an IPv4 socket, the addresses passed must be IPv4 addresses.
* If the sd is an IPv6 socket, the addresses passed can either be IPv4
* or IPv6 addresses.
*
* A single address may be specified as INADDR_ANY or IN6ADDR_ANY, see
* Section 3.1.2 for this usage.
*
* addrs is a pointer to an array of one or more socket addresses. Each
* address is contained in its appropriate structure (i.e. struct
* sockaddr_in or struct sockaddr_in6) the family of the address type
* must be used to distinguish the address length (note that this
* representation is termed a "packed array" of addresses). The caller
* specifies the number of addresses in the array with addrcnt.
*
* On success, sctp_bindx() returns 0. On failure, sctp_bindx() returns
* -1, and sets errno to the appropriate error code.
*
* For SCTP, the port given in each socket address must be the same, or
* sctp_bindx() will fail, setting errno to EINVAL.
*
* The flags parameter is formed from the bitwise OR of zero or more of
* the following currently defined flags:
*
* SCTP_BINDX_ADD_ADDR
*
* SCTP_BINDX_REM_ADDR
*
* SCTP_BINDX_ADD_ADDR directs SCTP to add the given addresses to the
* association, and SCTP_BINDX_REM_ADDR directs SCTP to remove the given
* addresses from the association. The two flags are mutually exclusive;
* if both are given, sctp_bindx() will fail with EINVAL. A caller may
* not remove all addresses from an association; sctp_bindx() will
* reject such an attempt with EINVAL.
*
* An application can use sctp_bindx(SCTP_BINDX_ADD_ADDR) to associate
* additional addresses with an endpoint after calling bind(). Or use
* sctp_bindx(SCTP_BINDX_REM_ADDR) to remove some addresses a listening
* socket is associated with so that no new association accepted will be
* associated with those addresses. If the endpoint supports dynamic
* address a SCTP_BINDX_REM_ADDR or SCTP_BINDX_ADD_ADDR may cause a
* endpoint to send the appropriate message to the peer to change the
* peers address lists.
*
* Adding and removing addresses from a connected association is
* optional functionality. Implementations that do not support this
* functionality should return EOPNOTSUPP.
*
* Basically do nothing but copying the addresses from user to kernel
* land and invoking either sctp_bindx_add() or sctp_bindx_rem() on the sk.
* This is used for tunneling the sctp_bindx() request through sctp_setsockopt()
* from userspace.
*
* We don't use copy_from_user() for optimization: we first do the
* sanity checks (buffer size -fast- and access check-healthy
* pointer); if all of those succeed, then we can alloc the memory
* (expensive operation) needed to copy the data to kernel. Then we do
* the copying without checking the user space area
* (__copy_from_user()).
*
* On exit there is no need to do sockfd_put(), sys_setsockopt() does
* it.
*
* sk The sk of the socket
* addrs The pointer to the addresses in user land
* addrssize Size of the addrs buffer
* op Operation to perform (add or remove, see the flags of
* sctp_bindx)
*
* Returns 0 if ok, <0 errno code on error.
*/
SCTP_STATIC int sctp_setsockopt_bindx(struct sock* sk,
struct sockaddr __user *addrs,
int addrs_size, int op)
{
struct sockaddr *kaddrs;
int err;
int addrcnt = 0;
int walk_size = 0;
struct sockaddr *sa_addr;
void *addr_buf;
struct sctp_af *af;
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("sctp_setsocktopt_bindx: sk %p addrs %p"
" addrs_size %d opt %d\n", sk, addrs, addrs_size, op);
if (unlikely(addrs_size <= 0))
return -EINVAL;
/* Check the user passed a healthy pointer. */
if (unlikely(!access_ok(VERIFY_READ, addrs, addrs_size)))
return -EFAULT;
/* Alloc space for the address array in kernel memory. */
kaddrs = kmalloc(addrs_size, GFP_KERNEL);
if (unlikely(!kaddrs))
return -ENOMEM;
if (__copy_from_user(kaddrs, addrs, addrs_size)) {
kfree(kaddrs);
return -EFAULT;
}
/* Walk through the addrs buffer and count the number of addresses. */
addr_buf = kaddrs;
while (walk_size < addrs_size) {
sa_addr = (struct sockaddr *)addr_buf;
af = sctp_get_af_specific(sa_addr->sa_family);
/* If the address family is not supported or if this address
* causes the address buffer to overflow return EINVAL.
*/
if (!af || (walk_size + af->sockaddr_len) > addrs_size) {
kfree(kaddrs);
return -EINVAL;
}
addrcnt++;
addr_buf += af->sockaddr_len;
walk_size += af->sockaddr_len;
}
/* Do the work. */
switch (op) {
case SCTP_BINDX_ADD_ADDR:
err = sctp_bindx_add(sk, kaddrs, addrcnt);
if (err)
goto out;
err = sctp_send_asconf_add_ip(sk, kaddrs, addrcnt);
break;
case SCTP_BINDX_REM_ADDR:
err = sctp_bindx_rem(sk, kaddrs, addrcnt);
if (err)
goto out;
err = sctp_send_asconf_del_ip(sk, kaddrs, addrcnt);
break;
default:
err = -EINVAL;
break;
}
out:
kfree(kaddrs);
return err;
}
/* __sctp_connect(struct sock* sk, struct sockaddr *kaddrs, int addrs_size)
*
* Common routine for handling connect() and sctp_connectx().
* Connect will come in with just a single address.
*/
static int __sctp_connect(struct sock* sk,
struct sockaddr *kaddrs,
int addrs_size)
{
struct sctp_sock *sp;
struct sctp_endpoint *ep;
struct sctp_association *asoc = NULL;
struct sctp_association *asoc2;
struct sctp_transport *transport;
union sctp_addr to;
struct sctp_af *af;
sctp_scope_t scope;
long timeo;
int err = 0;
int addrcnt = 0;
int walk_size = 0;
union sctp_addr *sa_addr;
void *addr_buf;
unsigned short port;
sp = sctp_sk(sk);
ep = sp->ep;
/* connect() cannot be done on a socket that is already in ESTABLISHED
* state - UDP-style peeled off socket or a TCP-style socket that
* is already connected.
* It cannot be done even on a TCP-style listening socket.
*/
if (sctp_sstate(sk, ESTABLISHED) ||
(sctp_style(sk, TCP) && sctp_sstate(sk, LISTENING))) {
err = -EISCONN;
goto out_free;
}
/* Walk through the addrs buffer and count the number of addresses. */
addr_buf = kaddrs;
while (walk_size < addrs_size) {
sa_addr = (union sctp_addr *)addr_buf;
af = sctp_get_af_specific(sa_addr->sa.sa_family);
port = ntohs(sa_addr->v4.sin_port);
/* If the address family is not supported or if this address
* causes the address buffer to overflow return EINVAL.
*/
if (!af || (walk_size + af->sockaddr_len) > addrs_size) {
err = -EINVAL;
goto out_free;
}
err = sctp_verify_addr(sk, sa_addr, af->sockaddr_len);
if (err)
goto out_free;
/* Make sure the destination port is correctly set
* in all addresses.
*/
if (asoc && asoc->peer.port && asoc->peer.port != port)
goto out_free;
memcpy(&to, sa_addr, af->sockaddr_len);
/* Check if there already is a matching association on the
* endpoint (other than the one created here).
*/
asoc2 = sctp_endpoint_lookup_assoc(ep, sa_addr, &transport);
if (asoc2 && asoc2 != asoc) {
if (asoc2->state >= SCTP_STATE_ESTABLISHED)
err = -EISCONN;
else
err = -EALREADY;
goto out_free;
}
/* If we could not find a matching association on the endpoint,
* make sure that there is no peeled-off association matching
* the peer address even on another socket.
*/
if (sctp_endpoint_is_peeled_off(ep, sa_addr)) {
err = -EADDRNOTAVAIL;
goto out_free;
}
if (!asoc) {
/* If a bind() or sctp_bindx() is not called prior to
* an sctp_connectx() call, the system picks an
* ephemeral port and will choose an address set
* equivalent to binding with a wildcard address.
*/
if (!ep->base.bind_addr.port) {
if (sctp_autobind(sk)) {
err = -EAGAIN;
goto out_free;
}
} else {
/*
* If an unprivileged user inherits a 1-many
* style socket with open associations on a
* privileged port, it MAY be permitted to
* accept new associations, but it SHOULD NOT
* be permitted to open new associations.
*/
if (ep->base.bind_addr.port < PROT_SOCK &&
!capable(CAP_NET_BIND_SERVICE)) {
err = -EACCES;
goto out_free;
}
}
scope = sctp_scope(sa_addr);
asoc = sctp_association_new(ep, sk, scope, GFP_KERNEL);
if (!asoc) {
err = -ENOMEM;
goto out_free;
}
}
/* Prime the peer's transport structures. */
transport = sctp_assoc_add_peer(asoc, sa_addr, GFP_KERNEL,
SCTP_UNKNOWN);
if (!transport) {
err = -ENOMEM;
goto out_free;
}
addrcnt++;
addr_buf += af->sockaddr_len;
walk_size += af->sockaddr_len;
}
err = sctp_assoc_set_bind_addr_from_ep(asoc, GFP_KERNEL);
if (err < 0) {
goto out_free;
}
err = sctp_primitive_ASSOCIATE(asoc, NULL);
if (err < 0) {
goto out_free;
}
/* Initialize sk's dport and daddr for getpeername() */
inet_sk(sk)->dport = htons(asoc->peer.port);
af = sctp_get_af_specific(to.sa.sa_family);
af->to_sk_daddr(&to, sk);
sk->sk_err = 0;
timeo = sock_sndtimeo(sk, sk->sk_socket->file->f_flags & O_NONBLOCK);
err = sctp_wait_for_connect(asoc, &timeo);
/* Don't free association on exit. */
asoc = NULL;
out_free:
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("About to exit __sctp_connect() free asoc: %p"
" kaddrs: %p err: %d\n",
asoc, kaddrs, err);
if (asoc)
sctp_association_free(asoc);
return err;
}
/* Helper for tunneling sctp_connectx() requests through sctp_setsockopt()
*
* API 8.9
* int sctp_connectx(int sd, struct sockaddr *addrs, int addrcnt);
*
* If sd is an IPv4 socket, the addresses passed must be IPv4 addresses.
* If the sd is an IPv6 socket, the addresses passed can either be IPv4
* or IPv6 addresses.
*
* A single address may be specified as INADDR_ANY or IN6ADDR_ANY, see
* Section 3.1.2 for this usage.
*
* addrs is a pointer to an array of one or more socket addresses. Each
* address is contained in its appropriate structure (i.e. struct
* sockaddr_in or struct sockaddr_in6) the family of the address type
* must be used to distengish the address length (note that this
* representation is termed a "packed array" of addresses). The caller
* specifies the number of addresses in the array with addrcnt.
*
* On success, sctp_connectx() returns 0. On failure, sctp_connectx() returns
* -1, and sets errno to the appropriate error code.
*
* For SCTP, the port given in each socket address must be the same, or
* sctp_connectx() will fail, setting errno to EINVAL.
*
* An application can use sctp_connectx to initiate an association with
* an endpoint that is multi-homed. Much like sctp_bindx() this call
* allows a caller to specify multiple addresses at which a peer can be
* reached. The way the SCTP stack uses the list of addresses to set up
* the association is implementation dependant. This function only
* specifies that the stack will try to make use of all the addresses in
* the list when needed.
*
* Note that the list of addresses passed in is only used for setting up
* the association. It does not necessarily equal the set of addresses
* the peer uses for the resulting association. If the caller wants to
* find out the set of peer addresses, it must use sctp_getpaddrs() to
* retrieve them after the association has been set up.
*
* Basically do nothing but copying the addresses from user to kernel
* land and invoking either sctp_connectx(). This is used for tunneling
* the sctp_connectx() request through sctp_setsockopt() from userspace.
*
* We don't use copy_from_user() for optimization: we first do the
* sanity checks (buffer size -fast- and access check-healthy
* pointer); if all of those succeed, then we can alloc the memory
* (expensive operation) needed to copy the data to kernel. Then we do
* the copying without checking the user space area
* (__copy_from_user()).
*
* On exit there is no need to do sockfd_put(), sys_setsockopt() does
* it.
*
* sk The sk of the socket
* addrs The pointer to the addresses in user land
* addrssize Size of the addrs buffer
*
* Returns 0 if ok, <0 errno code on error.
*/
SCTP_STATIC int sctp_setsockopt_connectx(struct sock* sk,
struct sockaddr __user *addrs,
int addrs_size)
{
int err = 0;
struct sockaddr *kaddrs;
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("%s - sk %p addrs %p addrs_size %d\n",
__FUNCTION__, sk, addrs, addrs_size);
if (unlikely(addrs_size <= 0))
return -EINVAL;
/* Check the user passed a healthy pointer. */
if (unlikely(!access_ok(VERIFY_READ, addrs, addrs_size)))
return -EFAULT;
/* Alloc space for the address array in kernel memory. */
kaddrs = kmalloc(addrs_size, GFP_KERNEL);
if (unlikely(!kaddrs))
return -ENOMEM;
if (__copy_from_user(kaddrs, addrs, addrs_size)) {
err = -EFAULT;
} else {
err = __sctp_connect(sk, kaddrs, addrs_size);
}
kfree(kaddrs);
return err;
}
/* API 3.1.4 close() - UDP Style Syntax
* Applications use close() to perform graceful shutdown (as described in
* Section 10.1 of [SCTP]) on ALL the associations currently represented
* by a UDP-style socket.
*
* The syntax is
*
* ret = close(int sd);
*
* sd - the socket descriptor of the associations to be closed.
*
* To gracefully shutdown a specific association represented by the
* UDP-style socket, an application should use the sendmsg() call,
* passing no user data, but including the appropriate flag in the
* ancillary data (see Section xxxx).
*
* If sd in the close() call is a branched-off socket representing only
* one association, the shutdown is performed on that association only.
*
* 4.1.6 close() - TCP Style Syntax
*
* Applications use close() to gracefully close down an association.
*
* The syntax is:
*
* int close(int sd);
*
* sd - the socket descriptor of the association to be closed.
*
* After an application calls close() on a socket descriptor, no further
* socket operations will succeed on that descriptor.
*
* API 7.1.4 SO_LINGER
*
* An application using the TCP-style socket can use this option to
* perform the SCTP ABORT primitive. The linger option structure is:
*
* struct linger {
* int l_onoff; // option on/off
* int l_linger; // linger time
* };
*
* To enable the option, set l_onoff to 1. If the l_linger value is set
* to 0, calling close() is the same as the ABORT primitive. If the
* value is set to a negative value, the setsockopt() call will return
* an error. If the value is set to a positive value linger_time, the
* close() can be blocked for at most linger_time ms. If the graceful
* shutdown phase does not finish during this period, close() will
* return but the graceful shutdown phase continues in the system.
*/
SCTP_STATIC void sctp_close(struct sock *sk, long timeout)
{
struct sctp_endpoint *ep;
struct sctp_association *asoc;
struct list_head *pos, *temp;
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("sctp_close(sk: 0x%p, timeout:%ld)\n", sk, timeout);
sctp_lock_sock(sk);
sk->sk_shutdown = SHUTDOWN_MASK;
ep = sctp_sk(sk)->ep;
/* Walk all associations on an endpoint. */
list_for_each_safe(pos, temp, &ep->asocs) {
asoc = list_entry(pos, struct sctp_association, asocs);
if (sctp_style(sk, TCP)) {
/* A closed association can still be in the list if
* it belongs to a TCP-style listening socket that is
* not yet accepted. If so, free it. If not, send an
* ABORT or SHUTDOWN based on the linger options.
*/
if (sctp_state(asoc, CLOSED)) {
sctp_unhash_established(asoc);
sctp_association_free(asoc);
continue;
}
}
if (sock_flag(sk, SOCK_LINGER) && !sk->sk_lingertime) {
struct sctp_chunk *chunk;
chunk = sctp_make_abort_user(asoc, NULL, 0);
if (chunk)
sctp_primitive_ABORT(asoc, chunk);
} else
sctp_primitive_SHUTDOWN(asoc, NULL);
}
/* Clean up any skbs sitting on the receive queue. */
sctp_queue_purge_ulpevents(&sk->sk_receive_queue);
sctp_queue_purge_ulpevents(&sctp_sk(sk)->pd_lobby);
/* On a TCP-style socket, block for at most linger_time if set. */
if (sctp_style(sk, TCP) && timeout)
sctp_wait_for_close(sk, timeout);
/* This will run the backlog queue. */
sctp_release_sock(sk);
/* Supposedly, no process has access to the socket, but
* the net layers still may.
*/
sctp_local_bh_disable();
sctp_bh_lock_sock(sk);
/* Hold the sock, since sk_common_release() will put sock_put()
* and we have just a little more cleanup.
*/
sock_hold(sk);
sk_common_release(sk);
sctp_bh_unlock_sock(sk);
sctp_local_bh_enable();
sock_put(sk);
SCTP_DBG_OBJCNT_DEC(sock);
}
/* Handle EPIPE error. */
static int sctp_error(struct sock *sk, int flags, int err)
{
if (err == -EPIPE)
err = sock_error(sk) ? : -EPIPE;
if (err == -EPIPE && !(flags & MSG_NOSIGNAL))
send_sig(SIGPIPE, current, 0);
return err;
}
/* API 3.1.3 sendmsg() - UDP Style Syntax
*
* An application uses sendmsg() and recvmsg() calls to transmit data to
* and receive data from its peer.
*
* ssize_t sendmsg(int socket, const struct msghdr *message,
* int flags);
*
* socket - the socket descriptor of the endpoint.
* message - pointer to the msghdr structure which contains a single
* user message and possibly some ancillary data.
*
* See Section 5 for complete description of the data
* structures.
*
* flags - flags sent or received with the user message, see Section
* 5 for complete description of the flags.
*
* Note: This function could use a rewrite especially when explicit
* connect support comes in.
*/
/* BUG: We do not implement the equivalent of sk_stream_wait_memory(). */
SCTP_STATIC int sctp_msghdr_parse(const struct msghdr *, sctp_cmsgs_t *);
SCTP_STATIC int sctp_sendmsg(struct kiocb *iocb, struct sock *sk,
struct msghdr *msg, size_t msg_len)
{
struct sctp_sock *sp;
struct sctp_endpoint *ep;
struct sctp_association *new_asoc=NULL, *asoc=NULL;
struct sctp_transport *transport, *chunk_tp;
struct sctp_chunk *chunk;
union sctp_addr to;
struct sockaddr *msg_name = NULL;
struct sctp_sndrcvinfo default_sinfo = { 0 };
struct sctp_sndrcvinfo *sinfo;
struct sctp_initmsg *sinit;
sctp_assoc_t associd = 0;
sctp_cmsgs_t cmsgs = { NULL };
int err;
sctp_scope_t scope;
long timeo;
__u16 sinfo_flags = 0;
struct sctp_datamsg *datamsg;
struct list_head *pos;
int msg_flags = msg->msg_flags;
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("sctp_sendmsg(sk: %p, msg: %p, msg_len: %zu)\n",
sk, msg, msg_len);
err = 0;
sp = sctp_sk(sk);
ep = sp->ep;
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("Using endpoint: %p.\n", ep);
/* We cannot send a message over a TCP-style listening socket. */
if (sctp_style(sk, TCP) && sctp_sstate(sk, LISTENING)) {
err = -EPIPE;
goto out_nounlock;
}
/* Parse out the SCTP CMSGs. */
err = sctp_msghdr_parse(msg, &cmsgs);
if (err) {
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("msghdr parse err = %x\n", err);
goto out_nounlock;
}
/* Fetch the destination address for this packet. This
* address only selects the association--it is not necessarily
* the address we will send to.
* For a peeled-off socket, msg_name is ignored.
*/
if (!sctp_style(sk, UDP_HIGH_BANDWIDTH) && msg->msg_name) {
int msg_namelen = msg->msg_namelen;
err = sctp_verify_addr(sk, (union sctp_addr *)msg->msg_name,
msg_namelen);
if (err)
return err;
if (msg_namelen > sizeof(to))
msg_namelen = sizeof(to);
memcpy(&to, msg->msg_name, msg_namelen);
msg_name = msg->msg_name;
}
sinfo = cmsgs.info;
sinit = cmsgs.init;
/* Did the user specify SNDRCVINFO? */
if (sinfo) {
sinfo_flags = sinfo->sinfo_flags;
associd = sinfo->sinfo_assoc_id;
}
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("msg_len: %zu, sinfo_flags: 0x%x\n",
msg_len, sinfo_flags);
/* SCTP_EOF or SCTP_ABORT cannot be set on a TCP-style socket. */
if (sctp_style(sk, TCP) && (sinfo_flags & (SCTP_EOF | SCTP_ABORT))) {
err = -EINVAL;
goto out_nounlock;
}
/* If SCTP_EOF is set, no data can be sent. Disallow sending zero
* length messages when SCTP_EOF|SCTP_ABORT is not set.
* If SCTP_ABORT is set, the message length could be non zero with
* the msg_iov set to the user abort reason.
*/
if (((sinfo_flags & SCTP_EOF) && (msg_len > 0)) ||
(!(sinfo_flags & (SCTP_EOF|SCTP_ABORT)) && (msg_len == 0))) {
err = -EINVAL;
goto out_nounlock;
}
/* If SCTP_ADDR_OVER is set, there must be an address
* specified in msg_name.
*/
if ((sinfo_flags & SCTP_ADDR_OVER) && (!msg->msg_name)) {
err = -EINVAL;
goto out_nounlock;
}
transport = NULL;
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("About to look up association.\n");
sctp_lock_sock(sk);
/* If a msg_name has been specified, assume this is to be used. */
if (msg_name) {
/* Look for a matching association on the endpoint. */
asoc = sctp_endpoint_lookup_assoc(ep, &to, &transport);
if (!asoc) {
/* If we could not find a matching association on the
* endpoint, make sure that it is not a TCP-style
* socket that already has an association or there is
* no peeled-off association on another socket.
*/
if ((sctp_style(sk, TCP) &&
sctp_sstate(sk, ESTABLISHED)) ||
sctp_endpoint_is_peeled_off(ep, &to)) {
err = -EADDRNOTAVAIL;
goto out_unlock;
}
}
} else {
asoc = sctp_id2assoc(sk, associd);
if (!asoc) {
err = -EPIPE;
goto out_unlock;
}
}
if (asoc) {
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("Just looked up association: %p.\n", asoc);
/* We cannot send a message on a TCP-style SCTP_SS_ESTABLISHED
* socket that has an association in CLOSED state. This can
* happen when an accepted socket has an association that is
* already CLOSED.
*/
if (sctp_state(asoc, CLOSED) && sctp_style(sk, TCP)) {
err = -EPIPE;
goto out_unlock;
}
if (sinfo_flags & SCTP_EOF) {
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("Shutting down association: %p\n",
asoc);
sctp_primitive_SHUTDOWN(asoc, NULL);
err = 0;
goto out_unlock;
}
if (sinfo_flags & SCTP_ABORT) {
struct sctp_chunk *chunk;
chunk = sctp_make_abort_user(asoc, msg, msg_len);
if (!chunk) {
err = -ENOMEM;
goto out_unlock;
}
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("Aborting association: %p\n", asoc);
sctp_primitive_ABORT(asoc, chunk);
err = 0;
goto out_unlock;
}
}
/* Do we need to create the association? */
if (!asoc) {
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("There is no association yet.\n");
if (sinfo_flags & (SCTP_EOF | SCTP_ABORT)) {
err = -EINVAL;
goto out_unlock;
}
/* Check for invalid stream against the stream counts,
* either the default or the user specified stream counts.
*/
if (sinfo) {
if (!sinit || (sinit && !sinit->sinit_num_ostreams)) {
/* Check against the defaults. */
if (sinfo->sinfo_stream >=
sp->initmsg.sinit_num_ostreams) {
err = -EINVAL;
goto out_unlock;
}
} else {
/* Check against the requested. */
if (sinfo->sinfo_stream >=
sinit->sinit_num_ostreams) {
err = -EINVAL;
goto out_unlock;
}
}
}
/*
* API 3.1.2 bind() - UDP Style Syntax
* If a bind() or sctp_bindx() is not called prior to a
* sendmsg() call that initiates a new association, the
* system picks an ephemeral port and will choose an address
* set equivalent to binding with a wildcard address.
*/
if (!ep->base.bind_addr.port) {
if (sctp_autobind(sk)) {
err = -EAGAIN;
goto out_unlock;
}
} else {
/*
* If an unprivileged user inherits a one-to-many
* style socket with open associations on a privileged
* port, it MAY be permitted to accept new associations,
* but it SHOULD NOT be permitted to open new
* associations.
*/
if (ep->base.bind_addr.port < PROT_SOCK &&
!capable(CAP_NET_BIND_SERVICE)) {
err = -EACCES;
goto out_unlock;
}
}
scope = sctp_scope(&to);
new_asoc = sctp_association_new(ep, sk, scope, GFP_KERNEL);
if (!new_asoc) {
err = -ENOMEM;
goto out_unlock;
}
asoc = new_asoc;
/* If the SCTP_INIT ancillary data is specified, set all
* the association init values accordingly.
*/
if (sinit) {
if (sinit->sinit_num_ostreams) {
asoc->c.sinit_num_ostreams =
sinit->sinit_num_ostreams;
}
if (sinit->sinit_max_instreams) {
asoc->c.sinit_max_instreams =
sinit->sinit_max_instreams;
}
if (sinit->sinit_max_attempts) {
asoc->max_init_attempts
= sinit->sinit_max_attempts;
}
if (sinit->sinit_max_init_timeo) {
asoc->max_init_timeo =
msecs_to_jiffies(sinit->sinit_max_init_timeo);
}
}
/* Prime the peer's transport structures. */
transport = sctp_assoc_add_peer(asoc, &to, GFP_KERNEL, SCTP_UNKNOWN);
if (!transport) {
err = -ENOMEM;
goto out_free;
}
err = sctp_assoc_set_bind_addr_from_ep(asoc, GFP_KERNEL);
if (err < 0) {
err = -ENOMEM;
goto out_free;
}
}
/* ASSERT: we have a valid association at this point. */
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("We have a valid association.\n");
if (!sinfo) {
/* If the user didn't specify SNDRCVINFO, make up one with
* some defaults.
*/
default_sinfo.sinfo_stream = asoc->default_stream;
default_sinfo.sinfo_flags = asoc->default_flags;
default_sinfo.sinfo_ppid = asoc->default_ppid;
default_sinfo.sinfo_context = asoc->default_context;
default_sinfo.sinfo_timetolive = asoc->default_timetolive;
default_sinfo.sinfo_assoc_id = sctp_assoc2id(asoc);
sinfo = &default_sinfo;
}
/* API 7.1.7, the sndbuf size per association bounds the
* maximum size of data that can be sent in a single send call.
*/
if (msg_len > sk->sk_sndbuf) {
err = -EMSGSIZE;
goto out_free;
}
/* If fragmentation is disabled and the message length exceeds the
* association fragmentation point, return EMSGSIZE. The I-D
* does not specify what this error is, but this looks like
* a great fit.
*/
if (sctp_sk(sk)->disable_fragments && (msg_len > asoc->frag_point)) {
err = -EMSGSIZE;
goto out_free;
}
if (sinfo) {
/* Check for invalid stream. */
if (sinfo->sinfo_stream >= asoc->c.sinit_num_ostreams) {
err = -EINVAL;
goto out_free;
}
}
timeo = sock_sndtimeo(sk, msg->msg_flags & MSG_DONTWAIT);
if (!sctp_wspace(asoc)) {
err = sctp_wait_for_sndbuf(asoc, &timeo, msg_len);
if (err)
goto out_free;
}
/* If an address is passed with the sendto/sendmsg call, it is used
* to override the primary destination address in the TCP model, or
* when SCTP_ADDR_OVER flag is set in the UDP model.
*/
if ((sctp_style(sk, TCP) && msg_name) ||
(sinfo_flags & SCTP_ADDR_OVER)) {
chunk_tp = sctp_assoc_lookup_paddr(asoc, &to);
if (!chunk_tp) {
err = -EINVAL;
goto out_free;
}
} else
chunk_tp = NULL;
/* Auto-connect, if we aren't connected already. */
if (sctp_state(asoc, CLOSED)) {
err = sctp_primitive_ASSOCIATE(asoc, NULL);
if (err < 0)
goto out_free;
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("We associated primitively.\n");
}
/* Break the message into multiple chunks of maximum size. */
datamsg = sctp_datamsg_from_user(asoc, sinfo, msg, msg_len);
if (!datamsg) {
err = -ENOMEM;
goto out_free;
}
/* Now send the (possibly) fragmented message. */
list_for_each(pos, &datamsg->chunks) {
chunk = list_entry(pos, struct sctp_chunk, frag_list);
sctp_datamsg_track(chunk);
/* Do accounting for the write space. */
sctp_set_owner_w(chunk);
chunk->transport = chunk_tp;
/* Send it to the lower layers. Note: all chunks
* must either fail or succeed. The lower layer
* works that way today. Keep it that way or this
* breaks.
*/
err = sctp_primitive_SEND(asoc, chunk);
/* Did the lower layer accept the chunk? */
if (err)
sctp_chunk_free(chunk);
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("We sent primitively.\n");
}
sctp_datamsg_free(datamsg);
if (err)
goto out_free;
else
err = msg_len;
/* If we are already past ASSOCIATE, the lower
* layers are responsible for association cleanup.
*/
goto out_unlock;
out_free:
if (new_asoc)
sctp_association_free(asoc);
out_unlock:
sctp_release_sock(sk);
out_nounlock:
return sctp_error(sk, msg_flags, err);
#if 0
do_sock_err:
if (msg_len)
err = msg_len;
else
err = sock_error(sk);
goto out;
do_interrupted:
if (msg_len)
err = msg_len;
goto out;
#endif /* 0 */
}
/* This is an extended version of skb_pull() that removes the data from the
* start of a skb even when data is spread across the list of skb's in the
* frag_list. len specifies the total amount of data that needs to be removed.
* when 'len' bytes could be removed from the skb, it returns 0.
* If 'len' exceeds the total skb length, it returns the no. of bytes that
* could not be removed.
*/
static int sctp_skb_pull(struct sk_buff *skb, int len)
{
struct sk_buff *list;
int skb_len = skb_headlen(skb);
int rlen;
if (len <= skb_len) {
__skb_pull(skb, len);
return 0;
}
len -= skb_len;
__skb_pull(skb, skb_len);
for (list = skb_shinfo(skb)->frag_list; list; list = list->next) {
rlen = sctp_skb_pull(list, len);
skb->len -= (len-rlen);
skb->data_len -= (len-rlen);
if (!rlen)
return 0;
len = rlen;
}
return len;
}
/* API 3.1.3 recvmsg() - UDP Style Syntax
*
* ssize_t recvmsg(int socket, struct msghdr *message,
* int flags);
*
* socket - the socket descriptor of the endpoint.
* message - pointer to the msghdr structure which contains a single
* user message and possibly some ancillary data.
*
* See Section 5 for complete description of the data
* structures.
*
* flags - flags sent or received with the user message, see Section
* 5 for complete description of the flags.
*/
static struct sk_buff *sctp_skb_recv_datagram(struct sock *, int, int, int *);
SCTP_STATIC int sctp_recvmsg(struct kiocb *iocb, struct sock *sk,
struct msghdr *msg, size_t len, int noblock,
int flags, int *addr_len)
{
struct sctp_ulpevent *event = NULL;
struct sctp_sock *sp = sctp_sk(sk);
struct sk_buff *skb;
int copied;
int err = 0;
int skb_len;
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("sctp_recvmsg(%s: %p, %s: %p, %s: %zd, %s: %d, %s: "
"0x%x, %s: %p)\n", "sk", sk, "msghdr", msg,
"len", len, "knoblauch", noblock,
"flags", flags, "addr_len", addr_len);
sctp_lock_sock(sk);
if (sctp_style(sk, TCP) && !sctp_sstate(sk, ESTABLISHED)) {
err = -ENOTCONN;
goto out;
}
skb = sctp_skb_recv_datagram(sk, flags, noblock, &err);
if (!skb)
goto out;
/* Get the total length of the skb including any skb's in the
* frag_list.
*/
skb_len = skb->len;
copied = skb_len;
if (copied > len)
copied = len;
err = skb_copy_datagram_iovec(skb, 0, msg->msg_iov, copied);
event = sctp_skb2event(skb);
if (err)
goto out_free;
sock_recv_timestamp(msg, sk, skb);
if (sctp_ulpevent_is_notification(event)) {
msg->msg_flags |= MSG_NOTIFICATION;
sp->pf->event_msgname(event, msg->msg_name, addr_len);
} else {
sp->pf->skb_msgname(skb, msg->msg_name, addr_len);
}
/* Check if we allow SCTP_SNDRCVINFO. */
if (sp->subscribe.sctp_data_io_event)
sctp_ulpevent_read_sndrcvinfo(event, msg);
#if 0
/* FIXME: we should be calling IP/IPv6 layers. */
if (sk->sk_protinfo.af_inet.cmsg_flags)
ip_cmsg_recv(msg, skb);
#endif
err = copied;
/* If skb's length exceeds the user's buffer, update the skb and
* push it back to the receive_queue so that the next call to
* recvmsg() will return the remaining data. Don't set MSG_EOR.
*/
if (skb_len > copied) {
msg->msg_flags &= ~MSG_EOR;
if (flags & MSG_PEEK)
goto out_free;
sctp_skb_pull(skb, copied);
skb_queue_head(&sk->sk_receive_queue, skb);
/* When only partial message is copied to the user, increase
* rwnd by that amount. If all the data in the skb is read,
* rwnd is updated when the event is freed.
*/
sctp_assoc_rwnd_increase(event->asoc, copied);
goto out;
} else if ((event->msg_flags & MSG_NOTIFICATION) ||
(event->msg_flags & MSG_EOR))
msg->msg_flags |= MSG_EOR;
else
msg->msg_flags &= ~MSG_EOR;
out_free:
if (flags & MSG_PEEK) {
/* Release the skb reference acquired after peeking the skb in
* sctp_skb_recv_datagram().
*/
kfree_skb(skb);
} else {
/* Free the event which includes releasing the reference to
* the owner of the skb, freeing the skb and updating the
* rwnd.
*/
sctp_ulpevent_free(event);
}
out:
sctp_release_sock(sk);
return err;
}
/* 7.1.12 Enable/Disable message fragmentation (SCTP_DISABLE_FRAGMENTS)
*
* This option is a on/off flag. If enabled no SCTP message
* fragmentation will be performed. Instead if a message being sent
* exceeds the current PMTU size, the message will NOT be sent and
* instead a error will be indicated to the user.
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_disable_fragments(struct sock *sk,
char __user *optval, int optlen)
{
int val;
if (optlen < sizeof(int))
return -EINVAL;
if (get_user(val, (int __user *)optval))
return -EFAULT;
sctp_sk(sk)->disable_fragments = (val == 0) ? 0 : 1;
return 0;
}
static int sctp_setsockopt_events(struct sock *sk, char __user *optval,
int optlen)
{
if (optlen != sizeof(struct sctp_event_subscribe))
return -EINVAL;
if (copy_from_user(&sctp_sk(sk)->subscribe, optval, optlen))
return -EFAULT;
return 0;
}
/* 7.1.8 Automatic Close of associations (SCTP_AUTOCLOSE)
*
* This socket option is applicable to the UDP-style socket only. When
* set it will cause associations that are idle for more than the
* specified number of seconds to automatically close. An association
* being idle is defined an association that has NOT sent or received
* user data. The special value of '0' indicates that no automatic
* close of any associations should be performed. The option expects an
* integer defining the number of seconds of idle time before an
* association is closed.
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_autoclose(struct sock *sk, char __user *optval,
int optlen)
{
struct sctp_sock *sp = sctp_sk(sk);
/* Applicable to UDP-style socket only */
if (sctp_style(sk, TCP))
return -EOPNOTSUPP;
if (optlen != sizeof(int))
return -EINVAL;
if (copy_from_user(&sp->autoclose, optval, optlen))
return -EFAULT;
return 0;
}
/* 7.1.13 Peer Address Parameters (SCTP_PEER_ADDR_PARAMS)
*
* Applications can enable or disable heartbeats for any peer address of
* an association, modify an address's heartbeat interval, force a
* heartbeat to be sent immediately, and adjust the address's maximum
* number of retransmissions sent before an address is considered
* unreachable. The following structure is used to access and modify an
* address's parameters:
*
* struct sctp_paddrparams {
* sctp_assoc_t spp_assoc_id;
* struct sockaddr_storage spp_address;
* uint32_t spp_hbinterval;
* uint16_t spp_pathmaxrxt;
* uint32_t spp_pathmtu;
* uint32_t spp_sackdelay;
* uint32_t spp_flags;
* };
*
* spp_assoc_id - (one-to-many style socket) This is filled in the
* application, and identifies the association for
* this query.
* spp_address - This specifies which address is of interest.
* spp_hbinterval - This contains the value of the heartbeat interval,
* in milliseconds. If a value of zero
* is present in this field then no changes are to
* be made to this parameter.
* spp_pathmaxrxt - This contains the maximum number of
* retransmissions before this address shall be
* considered unreachable. If a value of zero
* is present in this field then no changes are to
* be made to this parameter.
* spp_pathmtu - When Path MTU discovery is disabled the value
* specified here will be the "fixed" path mtu.
* Note that if the spp_address field is empty
* then all associations on this address will
* have this fixed path mtu set upon them.
*
* spp_sackdelay - When delayed sack is enabled, this value specifies
* the number of milliseconds that sacks will be delayed
* for. This value will apply to all addresses of an
* association if the spp_address field is empty. Note
* also, that if delayed sack is enabled and this
* value is set to 0, no change is made to the last
* recorded delayed sack timer value.
*
* spp_flags - These flags are used to control various features
* on an association. The flag field may contain
* zero or more of the following options.
*
* SPP_HB_ENABLE - Enable heartbeats on the
* specified address. Note that if the address
* field is empty all addresses for the association
* have heartbeats enabled upon them.
*
* SPP_HB_DISABLE - Disable heartbeats on the
* speicifed address. Note that if the address
* field is empty all addresses for the association
* will have their heartbeats disabled. Note also
* that SPP_HB_ENABLE and SPP_HB_DISABLE are
* mutually exclusive, only one of these two should
* be specified. Enabling both fields will have
* undetermined results.
*
* SPP_HB_DEMAND - Request a user initiated heartbeat
* to be made immediately.
*
* SPP_HB_TIME_IS_ZERO - Specify's that the time for
* heartbeat delayis to be set to the value of 0
* milliseconds.
*
* SPP_PMTUD_ENABLE - This field will enable PMTU
* discovery upon the specified address. Note that
* if the address feild is empty then all addresses
* on the association are effected.
*
* SPP_PMTUD_DISABLE - This field will disable PMTU
* discovery upon the specified address. Note that
* if the address feild is empty then all addresses
* on the association are effected. Not also that
* SPP_PMTUD_ENABLE and SPP_PMTUD_DISABLE are mutually
* exclusive. Enabling both will have undetermined
* results.
*
* SPP_SACKDELAY_ENABLE - Setting this flag turns
* on delayed sack. The time specified in spp_sackdelay
* is used to specify the sack delay for this address. Note
* that if spp_address is empty then all addresses will
* enable delayed sack and take on the sack delay
* value specified in spp_sackdelay.
* SPP_SACKDELAY_DISABLE - Setting this flag turns
* off delayed sack. If the spp_address field is blank then
* delayed sack is disabled for the entire association. Note
* also that this field is mutually exclusive to
* SPP_SACKDELAY_ENABLE, setting both will have undefined
* results.
*/
static int sctp_apply_peer_addr_params(struct sctp_paddrparams *params,
struct sctp_transport *trans,
struct sctp_association *asoc,
struct sctp_sock *sp,
int hb_change,
int pmtud_change,
int sackdelay_change)
{
int error;
if (params->spp_flags & SPP_HB_DEMAND && trans) {
error = sctp_primitive_REQUESTHEARTBEAT (trans->asoc, trans);
if (error)
return error;
}
/* Note that unless the spp_flag is set to SPP_HB_ENABLE the value of
* this field is ignored. Note also that a value of zero indicates
* the current setting should be left unchanged.
*/
if (params->spp_flags & SPP_HB_ENABLE) {
/* Re-zero the interval if the SPP_HB_TIME_IS_ZERO is
* set. This lets us use 0 value when this flag
* is set.
*/
if (params->spp_flags & SPP_HB_TIME_IS_ZERO)
params->spp_hbinterval = 0;
if (params->spp_hbinterval ||
(params->spp_flags & SPP_HB_TIME_IS_ZERO)) {
if (trans) {
trans->hbinterval =
msecs_to_jiffies(params->spp_hbinterval);
} else if (asoc) {
asoc->hbinterval =
msecs_to_jiffies(params->spp_hbinterval);
} else {
sp->hbinterval = params->spp_hbinterval;
}
}
}
if (hb_change) {
if (trans) {
trans->param_flags =
(trans->param_flags & ~SPP_HB) | hb_change;
} else if (asoc) {
asoc->param_flags =
(asoc->param_flags & ~SPP_HB) | hb_change;
} else {
sp->param_flags =
(sp->param_flags & ~SPP_HB) | hb_change;
}
}
/* When Path MTU discovery is disabled the value specified here will
* be the "fixed" path mtu (i.e. the value of the spp_flags field must
* include the flag SPP_PMTUD_DISABLE for this field to have any
* effect).
*/
if ((params->spp_flags & SPP_PMTUD_DISABLE) && params->spp_pathmtu) {
if (trans) {
trans->pathmtu = params->spp_pathmtu;
sctp_assoc_sync_pmtu(asoc);
} else if (asoc) {
asoc->pathmtu = params->spp_pathmtu;
sctp_frag_point(sp, params->spp_pathmtu);
} else {
sp->pathmtu = params->spp_pathmtu;
}
}
if (pmtud_change) {
if (trans) {
int update = (trans->param_flags & SPP_PMTUD_DISABLE) &&
(params->spp_flags & SPP_PMTUD_ENABLE);
trans->param_flags =
(trans->param_flags & ~SPP_PMTUD) | pmtud_change;
if (update) {
sctp_transport_pmtu(trans);
sctp_assoc_sync_pmtu(asoc);
}
} else if (asoc) {
asoc->param_flags =
(asoc->param_flags & ~SPP_PMTUD) | pmtud_change;
} else {
sp->param_flags =
(sp->param_flags & ~SPP_PMTUD) | pmtud_change;
}
}
/* Note that unless the spp_flag is set to SPP_SACKDELAY_ENABLE the
* value of this field is ignored. Note also that a value of zero
* indicates the current setting should be left unchanged.
*/
if ((params->spp_flags & SPP_SACKDELAY_ENABLE) && params->spp_sackdelay) {
if (trans) {
trans->sackdelay =
msecs_to_jiffies(params->spp_sackdelay);
} else if (asoc) {
asoc->sackdelay =
msecs_to_jiffies(params->spp_sackdelay);
} else {
sp->sackdelay = params->spp_sackdelay;
}
}
if (sackdelay_change) {
if (trans) {
trans->param_flags =
(trans->param_flags & ~SPP_SACKDELAY) |
sackdelay_change;
} else if (asoc) {
asoc->param_flags =
(asoc->param_flags & ~SPP_SACKDELAY) |
sackdelay_change;
} else {
sp->param_flags =
(sp->param_flags & ~SPP_SACKDELAY) |
sackdelay_change;
}
}
/* Note that unless the spp_flag is set to SPP_PMTUD_ENABLE the value
* of this field is ignored. Note also that a value of zero
* indicates the current setting should be left unchanged.
*/
if ((params->spp_flags & SPP_PMTUD_ENABLE) && params->spp_pathmaxrxt) {
if (trans) {
trans->pathmaxrxt = params->spp_pathmaxrxt;
} else if (asoc) {
asoc->pathmaxrxt = params->spp_pathmaxrxt;
} else {
sp->pathmaxrxt = params->spp_pathmaxrxt;
}
}
return 0;
}
static int sctp_setsockopt_peer_addr_params(struct sock *sk,
char __user *optval, int optlen)
{
struct sctp_paddrparams params;
struct sctp_transport *trans = NULL;
struct sctp_association *asoc = NULL;
struct sctp_sock *sp = sctp_sk(sk);
int error;
int hb_change, pmtud_change, sackdelay_change;
if (optlen != sizeof(struct sctp_paddrparams))
return - EINVAL;
if (copy_from_user(&params, optval, optlen))
return -EFAULT;
/* Validate flags and value parameters. */
hb_change = params.spp_flags & SPP_HB;
pmtud_change = params.spp_flags & SPP_PMTUD;
sackdelay_change = params.spp_flags & SPP_SACKDELAY;
if (hb_change == SPP_HB ||
pmtud_change == SPP_PMTUD ||
sackdelay_change == SPP_SACKDELAY ||
params.spp_sackdelay > 500 ||
(params.spp_pathmtu
&& params.spp_pathmtu < SCTP_DEFAULT_MINSEGMENT))
return -EINVAL;
/* If an address other than INADDR_ANY is specified, and
* no transport is found, then the request is invalid.
*/
if (!sctp_is_any(( union sctp_addr *)&params.spp_address)) {
trans = sctp_addr_id2transport(sk, &params.spp_address,
params.spp_assoc_id);
if (!trans)
return -EINVAL;
}
/* Get association, if assoc_id != 0 and the socket is a one
* to many style socket, and an association was not found, then
* the id was invalid.
*/
asoc = sctp_id2assoc(sk, params.spp_assoc_id);
if (!asoc && params.spp_assoc_id && sctp_style(sk, UDP))
return -EINVAL;
/* Heartbeat demand can only be sent on a transport or
* association, but not a socket.
*/
if (params.spp_flags & SPP_HB_DEMAND && !trans && !asoc)
return -EINVAL;
/* Process parameters. */
error = sctp_apply_peer_addr_params(&params, trans, asoc, sp,
hb_change, pmtud_change,
sackdelay_change);
if (error)
return error;
/* If changes are for association, also apply parameters to each
* transport.
*/
if (!trans && asoc) {
struct list_head *pos;
list_for_each(pos, &asoc->peer.transport_addr_list) {
trans = list_entry(pos, struct sctp_transport,
transports);
sctp_apply_peer_addr_params(&params, trans, asoc, sp,
hb_change, pmtud_change,
sackdelay_change);
}
}
return 0;
}
/* 7.1.23. Delayed Ack Timer (SCTP_DELAYED_ACK_TIME)
*
* This options will get or set the delayed ack timer. The time is set
* in milliseconds. If the assoc_id is 0, then this sets or gets the
* endpoints default delayed ack timer value. If the assoc_id field is
* non-zero, then the set or get effects the specified association.
*
* struct sctp_assoc_value {
* sctp_assoc_t assoc_id;
* uint32_t assoc_value;
* };
*
* assoc_id - This parameter, indicates which association the
* user is preforming an action upon. Note that if
* this field's value is zero then the endpoints
* default value is changed (effecting future
* associations only).
*
* assoc_value - This parameter contains the number of milliseconds
* that the user is requesting the delayed ACK timer
* be set to. Note that this value is defined in
* the standard to be between 200 and 500 milliseconds.
*
* Note: a value of zero will leave the value alone,
* but disable SACK delay. A non-zero value will also
* enable SACK delay.
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_delayed_ack_time(struct sock *sk,
char __user *optval, int optlen)
{
struct sctp_assoc_value params;
struct sctp_transport *trans = NULL;
struct sctp_association *asoc = NULL;
struct sctp_sock *sp = sctp_sk(sk);
if (optlen != sizeof(struct sctp_assoc_value))
return - EINVAL;
if (copy_from_user(&params, optval, optlen))
return -EFAULT;
/* Validate value parameter. */
if (params.assoc_value > 500)
return -EINVAL;
/* Get association, if assoc_id != 0 and the socket is a one
* to many style socket, and an association was not found, then
* the id was invalid.
*/
asoc = sctp_id2assoc(sk, params.assoc_id);
if (!asoc && params.assoc_id && sctp_style(sk, UDP))
return -EINVAL;
if (params.assoc_value) {
if (asoc) {
asoc->sackdelay =
msecs_to_jiffies(params.assoc_value);
asoc->param_flags =
(asoc->param_flags & ~SPP_SACKDELAY) |
SPP_SACKDELAY_ENABLE;
} else {
sp->sackdelay = params.assoc_value;
sp->param_flags =
(sp->param_flags & ~SPP_SACKDELAY) |
SPP_SACKDELAY_ENABLE;
}
} else {
if (asoc) {
asoc->param_flags =
(asoc->param_flags & ~SPP_SACKDELAY) |
SPP_SACKDELAY_DISABLE;
} else {
sp->param_flags =
(sp->param_flags & ~SPP_SACKDELAY) |
SPP_SACKDELAY_DISABLE;
}
}
/* If change is for association, also apply to each transport. */
if (asoc) {
struct list_head *pos;
list_for_each(pos, &asoc->peer.transport_addr_list) {
trans = list_entry(pos, struct sctp_transport,
transports);
if (params.assoc_value) {
trans->sackdelay =
msecs_to_jiffies(params.assoc_value);
trans->param_flags =
(trans->param_flags & ~SPP_SACKDELAY) |
SPP_SACKDELAY_ENABLE;
} else {
trans->param_flags =
(trans->param_flags & ~SPP_SACKDELAY) |
SPP_SACKDELAY_DISABLE;
}
}
}
return 0;
}
/* 7.1.3 Initialization Parameters (SCTP_INITMSG)
*
* Applications can specify protocol parameters for the default association
* initialization. The option name argument to setsockopt() and getsockopt()
* is SCTP_INITMSG.
*
* Setting initialization parameters is effective only on an unconnected
* socket (for UDP-style sockets only future associations are effected
* by the change). With TCP-style sockets, this option is inherited by
* sockets derived from a listener socket.
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_initmsg(struct sock *sk, char __user *optval, int optlen)
{
struct sctp_initmsg sinit;
struct sctp_sock *sp = sctp_sk(sk);
if (optlen != sizeof(struct sctp_initmsg))
return -EINVAL;
if (copy_from_user(&sinit, optval, optlen))
return -EFAULT;
if (sinit.sinit_num_ostreams)
sp->initmsg.sinit_num_ostreams = sinit.sinit_num_ostreams;
if (sinit.sinit_max_instreams)
sp->initmsg.sinit_max_instreams = sinit.sinit_max_instreams;
if (sinit.sinit_max_attempts)
sp->initmsg.sinit_max_attempts = sinit.sinit_max_attempts;
if (sinit.sinit_max_init_timeo)
sp->initmsg.sinit_max_init_timeo = sinit.sinit_max_init_timeo;
return 0;
}
/*
* 7.1.14 Set default send parameters (SCTP_DEFAULT_SEND_PARAM)
*
* Applications that wish to use the sendto() system call may wish to
* specify a default set of parameters that would normally be supplied
* through the inclusion of ancillary data. This socket option allows
* such an application to set the default sctp_sndrcvinfo structure.
* The application that wishes to use this socket option simply passes
* in to this call the sctp_sndrcvinfo structure defined in Section
* 5.2.2) The input parameters accepted by this call include
* sinfo_stream, sinfo_flags, sinfo_ppid, sinfo_context,
* sinfo_timetolive. The user must provide the sinfo_assoc_id field in
* to this call if the caller is using the UDP model.
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_default_send_param(struct sock *sk,
char __user *optval, int optlen)
{
struct sctp_sndrcvinfo info;
struct sctp_association *asoc;
struct sctp_sock *sp = sctp_sk(sk);
if (optlen != sizeof(struct sctp_sndrcvinfo))
return -EINVAL;
if (copy_from_user(&info, optval, optlen))
return -EFAULT;
asoc = sctp_id2assoc(sk, info.sinfo_assoc_id);
if (!asoc && info.sinfo_assoc_id && sctp_style(sk, UDP))
return -EINVAL;
if (asoc) {
asoc->default_stream = info.sinfo_stream;
asoc->default_flags = info.sinfo_flags;
asoc->default_ppid = info.sinfo_ppid;
asoc->default_context = info.sinfo_context;
asoc->default_timetolive = info.sinfo_timetolive;
} else {
sp->default_stream = info.sinfo_stream;
sp->default_flags = info.sinfo_flags;
sp->default_ppid = info.sinfo_ppid;
sp->default_context = info.sinfo_context;
sp->default_timetolive = info.sinfo_timetolive;
}
return 0;
}
/* 7.1.10 Set Primary Address (SCTP_PRIMARY_ADDR)
*
* Requests that the local SCTP stack use the enclosed peer address as
* the association primary. The enclosed address must be one of the
* association peer's addresses.
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_primary_addr(struct sock *sk, char __user *optval,
int optlen)
{
struct sctp_prim prim;
struct sctp_transport *trans;
if (optlen != sizeof(struct sctp_prim))
return -EINVAL;
if (copy_from_user(&prim, optval, sizeof(struct sctp_prim)))
return -EFAULT;
trans = sctp_addr_id2transport(sk, &prim.ssp_addr, prim.ssp_assoc_id);
if (!trans)
return -EINVAL;
sctp_assoc_set_primary(trans->asoc, trans);
return 0;
}
/*
* 7.1.5 SCTP_NODELAY
*
* Turn on/off any Nagle-like algorithm. This means that packets are
* generally sent as soon as possible and no unnecessary delays are
* introduced, at the cost of more packets in the network. Expects an
* integer boolean flag.
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_nodelay(struct sock *sk, char __user *optval,
int optlen)
{
int val;
if (optlen < sizeof(int))
return -EINVAL;
if (get_user(val, (int __user *)optval))
return -EFAULT;
sctp_sk(sk)->nodelay = (val == 0) ? 0 : 1;
return 0;
}
/*
*
* 7.1.1 SCTP_RTOINFO
*
* The protocol parameters used to initialize and bound retransmission
* timeout (RTO) are tunable. sctp_rtoinfo structure is used to access
* and modify these parameters.
* All parameters are time values, in milliseconds. A value of 0, when
* modifying the parameters, indicates that the current value should not
* be changed.
*
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_rtoinfo(struct sock *sk, char __user *optval, int optlen) {
struct sctp_rtoinfo rtoinfo;
struct sctp_association *asoc;
if (optlen != sizeof (struct sctp_rtoinfo))
return -EINVAL;
if (copy_from_user(&rtoinfo, optval, optlen))
return -EFAULT;
asoc = sctp_id2assoc(sk, rtoinfo.srto_assoc_id);
/* Set the values to the specific association */
if (!asoc && rtoinfo.srto_assoc_id && sctp_style(sk, UDP))
return -EINVAL;
if (asoc) {
if (rtoinfo.srto_initial != 0)
asoc->rto_initial =
msecs_to_jiffies(rtoinfo.srto_initial);
if (rtoinfo.srto_max != 0)
asoc->rto_max = msecs_to_jiffies(rtoinfo.srto_max);
if (rtoinfo.srto_min != 0)
asoc->rto_min = msecs_to_jiffies(rtoinfo.srto_min);
} else {
/* If there is no association or the association-id = 0
* set the values to the endpoint.
*/
struct sctp_sock *sp = sctp_sk(sk);
if (rtoinfo.srto_initial != 0)
sp->rtoinfo.srto_initial = rtoinfo.srto_initial;
if (rtoinfo.srto_max != 0)
sp->rtoinfo.srto_max = rtoinfo.srto_max;
if (rtoinfo.srto_min != 0)
sp->rtoinfo.srto_min = rtoinfo.srto_min;
}
return 0;
}
/*
*
* 7.1.2 SCTP_ASSOCINFO
*
* This option is used to tune the maximum retransmission attempts
* of the association.
* Returns an error if the new association retransmission value is
* greater than the sum of the retransmission value of the peer.
* See [SCTP] for more information.
*
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_associnfo(struct sock *sk, char __user *optval, int optlen)
{
struct sctp_assocparams assocparams;
struct sctp_association *asoc;
if (optlen != sizeof(struct sctp_assocparams))
return -EINVAL;
if (copy_from_user(&assocparams, optval, optlen))
return -EFAULT;
asoc = sctp_id2assoc(sk, assocparams.sasoc_assoc_id);
if (!asoc && assocparams.sasoc_assoc_id && sctp_style(sk, UDP))
return -EINVAL;
/* Set the values to the specific association */
if (asoc) {
if (assocparams.sasoc_asocmaxrxt != 0) {
__u32 path_sum = 0;
int paths = 0;
struct list_head *pos;
struct sctp_transport *peer_addr;
list_for_each(pos, &asoc->peer.transport_addr_list) {
peer_addr = list_entry(pos,
struct sctp_transport,
transports);
path_sum += peer_addr->pathmaxrxt;
paths++;
}
/* Only validate asocmaxrxt if we have more then
* one path/transport. We do this because path
* retransmissions are only counted when we have more
* then one path.
*/
if (paths > 1 &&
assocparams.sasoc_asocmaxrxt > path_sum)
return -EINVAL;
asoc->max_retrans = assocparams.sasoc_asocmaxrxt;
}
if (assocparams.sasoc_cookie_life != 0) {
asoc->cookie_life.tv_sec =
assocparams.sasoc_cookie_life / 1000;
asoc->cookie_life.tv_usec =
(assocparams.sasoc_cookie_life % 1000)
* 1000;
}
} else {
/* Set the values to the endpoint */
struct sctp_sock *sp = sctp_sk(sk);
if (assocparams.sasoc_asocmaxrxt != 0)
sp->assocparams.sasoc_asocmaxrxt =
assocparams.sasoc_asocmaxrxt;
if (assocparams.sasoc_cookie_life != 0)
sp->assocparams.sasoc_cookie_life =
assocparams.sasoc_cookie_life;
}
return 0;
}
/*
* 7.1.16 Set/clear IPv4 mapped addresses (SCTP_I_WANT_MAPPED_V4_ADDR)
*
* This socket option is a boolean flag which turns on or off mapped V4
* addresses. If this option is turned on and the socket is type
* PF_INET6, then IPv4 addresses will be mapped to V6 representation.
* If this option is turned off, then no mapping will be done of V4
* addresses and a user will receive both PF_INET6 and PF_INET type
* addresses on the socket.
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_mappedv4(struct sock *sk, char __user *optval, int optlen)
{
int val;
struct sctp_sock *sp = sctp_sk(sk);
if (optlen < sizeof(int))
return -EINVAL;
if (get_user(val, (int __user *)optval))
return -EFAULT;
if (val)
sp->v4mapped = 1;
else
sp->v4mapped = 0;
return 0;
}
/*
* 7.1.17 Set the maximum fragrmentation size (SCTP_MAXSEG)
*
* This socket option specifies the maximum size to put in any outgoing
* SCTP chunk. If a message is larger than this size it will be
* fragmented by SCTP into the specified size. Note that the underlying
* SCTP implementation may fragment into smaller sized chunks when the
* PMTU of the underlying association is smaller than the value set by
* the user.
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_maxseg(struct sock *sk, char __user *optval, int optlen)
{
struct sctp_association *asoc;
struct list_head *pos;
struct sctp_sock *sp = sctp_sk(sk);
int val;
if (optlen < sizeof(int))
return -EINVAL;
if (get_user(val, (int __user *)optval))
return -EFAULT;
if ((val != 0) && ((val < 8) || (val > SCTP_MAX_CHUNK_LEN)))
return -EINVAL;
sp->user_frag = val;
/* Update the frag_point of the existing associations. */
list_for_each(pos, &(sp->ep->asocs)) {
asoc = list_entry(pos, struct sctp_association, asocs);
asoc->frag_point = sctp_frag_point(sp, asoc->pathmtu);
}
return 0;
}
/*
* 7.1.9 Set Peer Primary Address (SCTP_SET_PEER_PRIMARY_ADDR)
*
* Requests that the peer mark the enclosed address as the association
* primary. The enclosed address must be one of the association's
* locally bound addresses. The following structure is used to make a
* set primary request:
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_peer_primary_addr(struct sock *sk, char __user *optval,
int optlen)
{
struct sctp_sock *sp;
struct sctp_endpoint *ep;
struct sctp_association *asoc = NULL;
struct sctp_setpeerprim prim;
struct sctp_chunk *chunk;
int err;
sp = sctp_sk(sk);
ep = sp->ep;
if (!sctp_addip_enable)
return -EPERM;
if (optlen != sizeof(struct sctp_setpeerprim))
return -EINVAL;
if (copy_from_user(&prim, optval, optlen))
return -EFAULT;
asoc = sctp_id2assoc(sk, prim.sspp_assoc_id);
if (!asoc)
return -EINVAL;
if (!asoc->peer.asconf_capable)
return -EPERM;
if (asoc->peer.addip_disabled_mask & SCTP_PARAM_SET_PRIMARY)
return -EPERM;
if (!sctp_state(asoc, ESTABLISHED))
return -ENOTCONN;
if (!sctp_assoc_lookup_laddr(asoc, (union sctp_addr *)&prim.sspp_addr))
return -EADDRNOTAVAIL;
/* Create an ASCONF chunk with SET_PRIMARY parameter */
chunk = sctp_make_asconf_set_prim(asoc,
(union sctp_addr *)&prim.sspp_addr);
if (!chunk)
return -ENOMEM;
err = sctp_send_asconf(asoc, chunk);
SCTP_DEBUG_PRINTK("We set peer primary addr primitively.\n");
return err;
}
static int sctp_setsockopt_adaptation_layer(struct sock *sk, char __user *optval,
int optlen)
{
struct sctp_setadaptation adaptation;
if (optlen != sizeof(struct sctp_setadaptation))
return -EINVAL;
if (copy_from_user(&adaptation, optval, optlen))
return -EFAULT;
sctp_sk(sk)->adaptation_ind = adaptation.ssb_adaptation_ind;
return 0;
}
/*
* 7.1.29. Set or Get the default context (SCTP_CONTEXT)
*
* The context field in the sctp_sndrcvinfo structure is normally only
* used when a failed message is retrieved holding the value that was
* sent down on the actual send call. This option allows the setting of
* a default context on an association basis that will be received on
* reading messages from the peer. This is especially helpful in the
* one-2-many model for an application to keep some reference to an
* internal state machine that is processing messages on the
* association. Note that the setting of this value only effects
* received messages from the peer and does not effect the value that is
* saved with outbound messages.
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_context(struct sock *sk, char __user *optval,
int optlen)
{
struct sctp_assoc_value params;
struct sctp_sock *sp;
struct sctp_association *asoc;
if (optlen != sizeof(struct sctp_assoc_value))
return -EINVAL;
if (copy_from_user(&params, optval, optlen))
return -EFAULT;
sp = sctp_sk(sk);
if (params.assoc_id != 0) {
asoc = sctp_id2assoc(sk, params.assoc_id);
if (!asoc)
return -EINVAL;
asoc->default_rcv_context = params.assoc_value;
} else {
sp->default_rcv_context = params.assoc_value;
}
return 0;
}
/*
* 7.1.24. Get or set fragmented interleave (SCTP_FRAGMENT_INTERLEAVE)
*
* This options will at a minimum specify if the implementation is doing
* fragmented interleave. Fragmented interleave, for a one to many
* socket, is when subsequent calls to receive a message may return
* parts of messages from different associations. Some implementations
* may allow you to turn this value on or off. If so, when turned off,
* no fragment interleave will occur (which will cause a head of line
* blocking amongst multiple associations sharing the same one to many
* socket). When this option is turned on, then each receive call may
* come from a different association (thus the user must receive data
* with the extended calls (e.g. sctp_recvmsg) to keep track of which
* association each receive belongs to.
*
* This option takes a boolean value. A non-zero value indicates that
* fragmented interleave is on. A value of zero indicates that
* fragmented interleave is off.
*
* Note that it is important that an implementation that allows this
* option to be turned on, have it off by default. Otherwise an unaware
* application using the one to many model may become confused and act
* incorrectly.
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_fragment_interleave(struct sock *sk,
char __user *optval,
int optlen)
{
int val;
if (optlen != sizeof(int))
return -EINVAL;
if (get_user(val, (int __user *)optval))
return -EFAULT;
sctp_sk(sk)->frag_interleave = (val == 0) ? 0 : 1;
return 0;
}
/*
* 7.1.25. Set or Get the sctp partial delivery point
* (SCTP_PARTIAL_DELIVERY_POINT)
* This option will set or get the SCTP partial delivery point. This
* point is the size of a message where the partial delivery API will be
* invoked to help free up rwnd space for the peer. Setting this to a
* lower value will cause partial delivery's to happen more often. The
* calls argument is an integer that sets or gets the partial delivery
* point.
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_partial_delivery_point(struct sock *sk,
char __user *optval,
int optlen)
{
u32 val;
if (optlen != sizeof(u32))
return -EINVAL;
if (get_user(val, (int __user *)optval))
return -EFAULT;
sctp_sk(sk)->pd_point = val;
return 0; /* is this the right error code? */
}
/*
* 7.1.28. Set or Get the maximum burst (SCTP_MAX_BURST)
*
* This option will allow a user to change the maximum burst of packets
* that can be emitted by this association. Note that the default value
* is 4, and some implementations may restrict this setting so that it
* can only be lowered.
*
* NOTE: This text doesn't seem right. Do this on a socket basis with
* future associations inheriting the socket value.
*/
static int sctp_setsockopt_maxburst(struct sock *sk,
char __user *optval,