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#ifndef REG_LIB_H
#define REG_LIB_H
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <stdbool.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include "regdb.h"
/* Common regulatory structures, functions and helpers */
/* This matches the kernel's data structures */
struct ieee80211_freq_range {
uint32_t start_freq_khz;
uint32_t end_freq_khz;
uint32_t max_bandwidth_khz;
struct ieee80211_power_rule {
uint32_t max_antenna_gain;
uint32_t max_eirp;
struct ieee80211_reg_rule {
struct ieee80211_freq_range freq_range;
struct ieee80211_power_rule power_rule;
uint32_t flags;
struct ieee80211_regdomain {
uint32_t n_reg_rules;
char alpha2[2];
uint8_t dfs_region;
struct ieee80211_reg_rule reg_rules[];
* struct reglib_regdb_ctx - reglib regdb context
* This can be used to interat with reglib without
* having to open() / close() / mmap() / munmap()
* and check the regdb binary file for integrity and
* authorship.
* @fd: file descriptor of the db
* @stat: @fd fstat()
* @db: mmap() of the db of @real_dblen
* @real_dblen: file size in bytes of @fd
* @siglen: size in bytes of the signature at the end of the file
* @dblen: database lenghth, this is the @real_dblen - @siglen
* @verified: whether or not this regdb has been RSA verified.
* This value is dependent on whether or not you enabled
* signature verification with gcrypt, openssl, or none
* at all. If no signature verification was not compiled
* in then this will always be true otherwise this will
* only be true if the RSA digital signature of the SHA1
* sum of the regulatory database at the end of the
* regulatory database can be verified with the one of
* the trusted public keys.
struct reglib_regdb_ctx {
int fd;
struct stat stat;
uint8_t *db;
uint32_t real_dblen;
uint32_t siglen;
uint32_t dblen;
bool verified;
struct regdb_file_header *header;
uint32_t num_countries;
struct regdb_file_reg_country *countries;
static inline int reglib_is_world_regdom(const char *alpha2)
if (alpha2[0] == '0' && alpha2[1] == '0')
return 1;
return 0;
static inline int reglib_isalpha_upper(char letter)
if (letter >= 'A' && letter <= 'Z')
return 1;
return 0;
static inline int reglib_is_alpha2(const char *alpha2)
if (reglib_isalpha_upper(alpha2[0]) && reglib_isalpha_upper(alpha2[1]))
return 1;
return 0;
static inline int reglib_is_valid_regdom(const char *alpha2)
if (!reglib_is_alpha2(alpha2) && !reglib_is_world_regdom(alpha2))
return 0;
return 1;
static inline uint32_t reglib_max(uint32_t a, uint32_t b)
return (a > b) ? a : b;
static inline uint32_t reglib_min(uint32_t a, uint32_t b)
return (a > b) ? b : a;
void *reglib_get_file_ptr(uint8_t *db, int dblen, int structlen, uint32_t ptr);
int reglib_verify_db_signature(uint8_t *db, int dblen, int siglen);
* reglib_malloc_regdb_ctx - create a regdb context for usage with reglib
* @regdb_file: file name
* Most operations on reglib iterate over the database somehow and prior
* to iterating over it it must check the signature. Use this context helper
* to let you query the db within different contexts in your program and
* just be sure to call reglib_free_regdb_ctx() when done. This helper will
* open the file passed and mmap() it.
const struct reglib_regdb_ctx *reglib_malloc_regdb_ctx(const char *regdb_file);
* reglib_free_regdb_ctx - free a regdb context used with reglib
* @regdb_ctx: the reglib regdb context created with reglib_malloc_regdb_ctx()
* This will do all the handy work to close up, munmap, and free the
* reglib regdb context passed.
void reglib_free_regdb_ctx(const struct reglib_regdb_ctx *regdb_ctx);
const struct ieee80211_regdomain *
reglib_get_rd_idx(unsigned int idx, const struct reglib_regdb_ctx *ctx);
#define reglib_for_each_country(__rd, __idx, __ctx) \
for (__rd = reglib_get_rd_idx(__idx, __ctx); \
__rd != NULL; \
__rd = reglib_get_rd_idx(++__idx, __ctx)) \
const struct ieee80211_regdomain *
reglib_get_rd_alpha2(const char *alpha2, const char *file);
/* reg helpers */
void reglib_print_regdom(const struct ieee80211_regdomain *rd);
struct ieee80211_regdomain *
reglib_intersect_rds(const struct ieee80211_regdomain *rd1,
const struct ieee80211_regdomain *rd2);
* reglib_intersect_regdb - intersects a regulatory database
* @regdb_file: the regulatory database to intersect
* Goes through an entire regulatory database and intersects all regulatory
* domains. This will skip any regulatory marked with an alpha2 of '00', which
* is used to indicate a world regulatory domain. If intersection is able
* to find rules that fit all regulatory domains it return a regulatory
* domain with such rules otherwise it returns NULL.
const struct ieee80211_regdomain *
reglib_intersect_regdb(const struct reglib_regdb_ctx *ctx);