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/** @file
 * INETNET - Internal Networking. (DEV,++)
 */

/*
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#ifndef ___VBox_intnet_h
#define ___VBox_intnet_h

#include <VBox/types.h>
#include <VBox/stam.h>
#include <VBox/sup.h>
#include <iprt/assert.h>
#include <iprt/asm.h>

RT_C_DECLS_BEGIN


/** Pointer to an internal network ring-0 instance. */
00043 typedef struct INTNET *PINTNET;

/**
 * Generic two-sided ring buffer.
 *
 * The deal is that there is exactly one writer and one reader.
 * When offRead equals offWrite the buffer is empty. In the other
 * extreme the writer will not use the last free byte in the buffer.
 */
00052 typedef struct INTNETRINGBUF
{
    /** The start of the buffer offset relative to the. (inclusive) */
00055     uint32_t            offStart;
    /** The offset to the end of the buffer. (exclusive) */
00057     uint32_t            offEnd;
    /** The current read offset. */
00059     uint32_t volatile   offRead;
    /** The current write offset. */
00061     uint32_t volatile   offWrite;
} INTNETRINGBUF;
/** Pointer to a ring buffer. */
00064 typedef INTNETRINGBUF *PINTNETRINGBUF;

/**
 * Get the amount of space available for writing.
 *
 * @returns Number of available bytes.
 * @param   pRingBuf        The ring buffer.
 */
00072 DECLINLINE(uint32_t) INTNETRingGetWritable(PINTNETRINGBUF pRingBuf)
{
    return pRingBuf->offRead <= pRingBuf->offWrite
        ?  pRingBuf->offEnd  - pRingBuf->offWrite + pRingBuf->offRead - pRingBuf->offStart - 1
        :  pRingBuf->offRead - pRingBuf->offWrite - 1;
}


/**
 * Get the amount of data ready for reading.
 *
 * @returns Number of ready bytes.
 * @param   pRingBuf        The ring buffer.
 */
DECLINLINE(uint32_t) INTNETRingGetReadable(PINTNETRINGBUF pRingBuf)
{
    return pRingBuf->offRead <= pRingBuf->offWrite
        ?  pRingBuf->offWrite - pRingBuf->offRead
        :  pRingBuf->offEnd - pRingBuf->offRead + pRingBuf->offWrite - pRingBuf->offStart;
}


/**
 * A interface buffer.
 */
00097 typedef struct INTNETBUF
{
    /** The size of the entire buffer. */
00100     uint32_t        cbBuf;
    /** The size of the send area. */
00102     uint32_t        cbSend;
    /** The size of the receive area. */
00104     uint32_t        cbRecv;
    /** Alignment. */
00106     uint32_t        u32Align;
    /** The receive buffer. */
00108     INTNETRINGBUF   Recv;
    /** The send buffer. */
00110     INTNETRINGBUF   Send;
    /** Number of times yields help solve an overflow. */
00112     STAMCOUNTER     cStatYieldsOk;
    /** Number of times yields didn't help solve an overflow. */
00114     STAMCOUNTER     cStatYieldsNok;
    /** Number of lost packets due to overflows. */
00116     STAMCOUNTER     cStatLost;
    /** Number of packets received (not counting lost ones). */
00118     STAMCOUNTER     cStatRecvs;
    /** Number of frame bytes received (not couting lost frames). */
00120     STAMCOUNTER     cbStatRecv;
    /** Number of packets received. */
00122     STAMCOUNTER     cStatSends;
    /** Number of frame bytes sent. */
00124     STAMCOUNTER     cbStatSend;
} INTNETBUF;
/** Pointer to an interface buffer. */
00127 typedef INTNETBUF *PINTNETBUF;
/** Pointer to a const interface buffer. */
00129 typedef INTNETBUF const *PCINTNETBUF;

/** Internal networking interface handle. */
00132 typedef uint32_t    INTNETIFHANDLE;
/** Pointer to an internal networking interface handle. */
00134 typedef INTNETIFHANDLE *PINTNETIFHANDLE;

/** Or mask to obscure the handle index. */
00137 #define INTNET_HANDLE_MAGIC         0x88880000
/** Mask to extract the handle index. */
00139 #define INTNET_HANDLE_INDEX_MASK    0xffff
/** The maximum number of handles (exclusive) */
00141 #define INTNET_HANDLE_MAX           0xffff
/** Invalid handle. */
00143 #define INTNET_HANDLE_INVALID       (0)


/**
 * The packet header.
 *
 * The header is intentionally 8 bytes long. It will always
 * start at an 8 byte aligned address. Assuming that the buffer
 * size is a multiple of 8 bytes, that means that we can guarantee
 * that the entire header is contiguous in both virtual and physical
 * memory.
 */
#pragma pack(1)
00156 typedef struct INTNETHDR
{
    /** Header type. This is currently serving as a magic, it
     * can be extended later to encode special command packets and stuff. */
00160     uint16_t        u16Type;
    /** The size of the frame. */
00162     uint16_t        cbFrame;
    /** The offset from the start of this header to where the actual frame starts.
     * This is used to keep the frame it self continguous in virtual memory and
     * thereby both simplify reading and   */
00166     int32_t         offFrame;
} INTNETHDR;
#pragma pack()
/** Pointer to a packet header.*/
00170 typedef INTNETHDR *PINTNETHDR;
/** Pointer to a const packet header.*/
00172 typedef INTNETHDR const *PCINTNETHDR;

/** INTNETHDR::u16Type value for normal frames. */
00175 #define INTNETHDR_TYPE_FRAME    0x2442


/**
 * Calculates the pointer to the frame.
 *
 * @returns Pointer to the start of the frame.
 * @param   pHdr        Pointer to the packet header
 * @param   pBuf        The buffer the header is within. Only used in strict builds.
 */
DECLINLINE(void *) INTNETHdrGetFramePtr(PCINTNETHDR pHdr, PCINTNETBUF pBuf)
{
    uint8_t *pu8 = (uint8_t *)pHdr + pHdr->offFrame;
#ifdef VBOX_STRICT
    const uintptr_t off = (uintptr_t)pu8 - (uintptr_t)pBuf;
    Assert(pHdr->u16Type == INTNETHDR_TYPE_FRAME);
    Assert(off < pBuf->cbBuf);
    Assert(off + pHdr->cbFrame <= pBuf->cbBuf);
#endif
    NOREF(pBuf);
    return pu8;
}


/**
 * Skips to the next (read) frame in the buffer.
 *
 * @param   pBuf        The buffer.
 * @param   pRingBuf    The ring buffer in question.
 */
DECLINLINE(void) INTNETRingSkipFrame(PINTNETBUF pBuf, PINTNETRINGBUF pRingBuf)
{
    uint32_t    offRead   = pRingBuf->offRead;
    PINTNETHDR  pHdr      = (PINTNETHDR)((uint8_t *)pBuf + offRead);
    Assert(pRingBuf->offRead < pBuf->cbBuf);
    Assert(pRingBuf->offRead >= pRingBuf->offStart);
    Assert(pRingBuf->offRead < pRingBuf->offEnd);

    /* skip the frame */
    offRead += pHdr->offFrame + pHdr->cbFrame;
    offRead = RT_ALIGN_32(offRead, sizeof(INTNETHDR));
    Assert(offRead <= pRingBuf->offEnd && offRead >= pRingBuf->offStart);
    if (offRead >= pRingBuf->offEnd)
        offRead = pRingBuf->offStart;
    ASMAtomicXchgU32(&pRingBuf->offRead, offRead);
}


/**
 * Scatter / Gather segment (internal networking).
 */
typedef struct INTNETSEG
{
    /** The physical address. NIL_RTHCPHYS is not set. */
    RTHCPHYS        Phys;
    /** Pointer to the segment data. */
    void           *pv;
    /** The segment size. */
    uint32_t        cb;
00234 } INTNETSEG;
/** Pointer to a internal networking packet segment. */
typedef INTNETSEG *PINTNETSEG;
/** Pointer to a internal networking packet segment. */
00238 typedef INTNETSEG const *PCINTNETSEG;


/**
 * Scatter / Gather list (internal networking).
 *
 * This is used when communicating with the trunk port.
 */
00246 typedef struct INTNETSG
{
    /** Owner data, don't touch! */
00249     void           *pvOwnerData;
    /** User data. */
00251     void           *pvUserData;
    /** User data 2 in case anyone needs it. */
00253     void           *pvUserData2;
    /** The total length of the scatter gather list. */
00255     uint32_t        cbTotal;
    /** The number of users (references).
     * This is used by the SGRelease code to decide when it can be freed. */
00258     uint16_t volatile cUsers;
    /** Flags, see INTNETSG_FLAGS_* */
00260     uint16_t volatile fFlags;
    /** The number of segments allocated. */
00262     uint16_t        cSegsAlloc;
    /** The number of segments actually used. */
00264     uint16_t        cSegsUsed;
    /** Variable sized list of segments. */
00266     INTNETSEG       aSegs[1];
} INTNETSG;
/** Pointer to a scatter / gather list. */
00269 typedef INTNETSG *PINTNETSG;
/** Pointer to a const scatter / gather list. */
00271 typedef INTNETSG const *PCINTNETSG;

/** @name INTNETSG::fFlags definitions.
 * @{ */
/** Set if the SG is free. */
00276 #define INTNETSG_FLAGS_FREE             RT_BIT_32(1)
/** Set if the SG is a temporary one that will become invalid upon return.
 * Try to finish using it before returning, and if that's not possible copy
 * to other buffers.
 * When not set, the callee should always free the SG.
 * Attempts to free it made by the callee will be quietly ignored. */
00282 #define INTNETSG_FLAGS_TEMP             RT_BIT_32(2)
/** ARP packet, IPv4 + MAC.
 * @internal */
00285 #define INTNETSG_FLAGS_ARP_IPV4         RT_BIT_32(3)
/** Copied to the temporary buffer.
 * @internal */
00288 #define INTNETSG_FLAGS_PKT_CP_IN_TMP    RT_BIT_32(4)
/** @} */


/** @name Direction (packet source or destination)
 * @{ */
/** To/From the wire. */
00295 #define INTNETTRUNKDIR_WIRE             RT_BIT_32(0)
/** To/From the host. */
00297 #define INTNETTRUNKDIR_HOST             RT_BIT_32(1)
/** Mask of valid bits. */
00299 #define INTNETTRUNKDIR_VALID_MASK       UINT32_C(3)
/** @} */


/** Pointer to the switch side of a trunk port. */
00304 typedef struct INTNETTRUNKSWPORT *PINTNETTRUNKSWPORT;
/**
 * This is the port on the internal network 'switch', i.e.
 * what the driver is connected to.
 *
 * This is only used for the in-kernel trunk connections.
 */
00311 typedef struct INTNETTRUNKSWPORT
{
    /** Structure version number. (INTNETTRUNKSWPORT_VERSION) */
00314     uint32_t u32Version;

    /**
     * Selects whether outgoing SGs should have their physical address set.
     *
     * By enabling physical addresses in the scatter / gather segments it should
     * be possible to save some unnecessary address translation and memory locking
     * in the network stack. (Internal networking knows the physical address for
     * all the INTNETBUF data and that it's locked memory.) There is a negative
     * side effects though, frames that crosses page boundraries will require
     * multiple scather / gather segments.
     *
     * @returns The old setting.
     *
     * @param   pSwitchPort Pointer to this structure.
     * @param   fEnable     Whether to enable or disable it.
     *
     * @remarks Will grab the network semaphore.
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(bool, pfnSetSGPhys,(PINTNETTRUNKSWPORT pSwitchPort, bool fEnable));

    /**
     * Incoming frame.
     *
     * The frame may be modified when the trunk port on the switch is set to share
     * the mac address of the host when hitting the wire. Currently rames containing
     * ARP packets are subject to this, later other protocols like NDP/ICMPv6 may
     * need editing as well when operating in this mode.
     *
     * @returns true if we've handled it and it should be dropped.
     *          false if it should hit the wire.
     *
     * @param   pSwitchPort Pointer to this structure.
     * @param   pSG         The (scatter /) gather structure for the frame.
     *                      This will only be use during the call, so a temporary one can
     *                      be used. The Phys member will not be used.
     * @param   fSrc        Where this frame comes from. Only one bit should be set!
     *
     * @remarks Will grab the network semaphore.
     *
     * @remarks NAT and TAP will use this interface.
     *
     * @todo    Do any of the host require notification before frame modifications? If so,
     *          we'll add a callback to INTNETTRUNKIFPORT for this (pfnSGModifying) and
     *          a SG flag.
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(bool, pfnRecv,(PINTNETTRUNKSWPORT pSwitchPort, PINTNETSG pSG, uint32_t fSrc));

    /**
     * Retain a SG.
     *
     * @param   pSwitchPort Pointer to this structure.
     * @param   pSG         Pointer to the (scatter /) gather structure.
     *
     * @remarks Will not grab any locks.
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(void, pfnSGRetain,(PINTNETTRUNKSWPORT pSwitchPort, PINTNETSG pSG));

    /**
     * Release a SG.
     *
     * This is called by the pfnXmit code when done with a SG. This may safe
     * be done in an asynchronous manner.
     *
     * @param   pSwitchPort Pointer to this structure.
     * @param   pSG         Pointer to the (scatter /) gather structure.
     *
     * @remarks Will grab the network semaphore.
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(void, pfnSGRelease,(PINTNETTRUNKSWPORT pSwitchPort, PINTNETSG pSG));

    /** Structure version number. (INTNETTRUNKSWPORT_VERSION) */
00386     uint32_t u32VersionEnd;
} INTNETTRUNKSWPORT;

/** Version number for the INTNETTRUNKIFPORT::u32Version and INTNETTRUNKIFPORT::u32VersionEnd fields. */
00390 #define INTNETTRUNKSWPORT_VERSION   UINT32_C(0xA2CDf001)


/** Pointer to the interface side of a trunk port. */
00394 typedef struct INTNETTRUNKIFPORT *PINTNETTRUNKIFPORT;
/**
 * This is the port on the trunk interface, i.e. the driver
 * side which the internal network is connected to.
 *
 * This is only used for the in-kernel trunk connections.
 *
 * @remarks The internal network side is responsible for serializing all calls
 *          to this interface. This is (assumed) to be implemented using a lock
 *          that is only ever taken before a call to this interface. The lock
 *          is referred to as the out-bound trunk port lock.
 */
00406 typedef struct INTNETTRUNKIFPORT
{
    /** Structure version number. (INTNETTRUNKIFPORT_VERSION) */
00409     uint32_t u32Version;

    /**
     * Retain the object.
     *
     * It will normally be called while owning the internal network semaphore.
     *
     * @param   pIfPort     Pointer to this structure.
     *
     * @remarks The caller may own any locks or none at all, we don't care.
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(void, pfnRetain,(PINTNETTRUNKIFPORT pIfPort));

    /**
     * Releases the object.
     *
     * This must be called for every pfnRetain call.
     *
     *
     * @param   pIfPort     Pointer to this structure.
     *
     * @remarks Only the out-bound trunk port lock, unless the caller is certain the
     *          call is not going to cause destruction (wont happen).
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(void, pfnRelease,(PINTNETTRUNKIFPORT pIfPort));

    /**
     * Disconnect from the switch and release the object.
     *
     * The is the counter action of the
     * INTNETTRUNKNETFLTFACTORY::pfnCreateAndConnect method.
     *
     * @param   pIfPort     Pointer to this structure.
     *
     * @remarks Called holding the out-bound trunk port lock.
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(void, pfnDisconnectAndRelease,(PINTNETTRUNKIFPORT pIfPort));

    /**
     * Changes the active state of the interface.
     *
     * The interface is created in the suspended (non-active) state and then activated
     * when the VM/network is started. It may be suspended and re-activated later
     * for various reasons. It will finally be suspended again before disconnecting
     * the interface from the internal network, however, this might be done immediately
     * before disconnecting and may leave an incoming frame waiting on the internal network
     * semaphore. So, after the final suspend a pfnWaitForIdle is always called to make sure
     * the interface is idle before pfnDisconnectAndRelease is called.
     *
     * A typical operation to performed by this method is to enable/disable promiscuous
     * mode on the host network interface. (This is the reason we cannot call this when
     * owning any semaphores.)
     *
     * @returns The previous state.
     *
     * @param   pIfPort     Pointer to this structure.
     * @param   fActive     True if the new state is 'active', false if the new state is 'suspended'.
     *
     * @remarks Called holding the out-bound trunk port lock.
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(bool, pfnSetActive,(PINTNETTRUNKIFPORT pIfPort, bool fActive));

    /**
     * Waits for the interface to become idle.
     *
     * This method must be called before disconnecting and releasing the
     * object in order to prevent racing incoming/outgoing packets and
     * device enabling/disabling.
     *
     * @returns IPRT status code (see RTSemEventWait).
     * @param   pIfPort     Pointer to this structure.
     * @param   cMillies    The number of milliseconds to wait. 0 means
     *                      no waiting at all. Use RT_INDEFINITE_WAIT for
     *                      an indefinite wait.
     *
     * @remarks Called holding the out-bound trunk port lock.
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(int, pfnWaitForIdle,(PINTNETTRUNKIFPORT pIfPort, uint32_t cMillies));

    /**
     * Gets the MAC address of the host network interface that we're attached to.
     *
     * @param   pIfPort     Pointer to this structure.
     * @param   pMac        Where to store the host MAC address.
     *
     * @remarks Called while owning the network and the out-bound trunk port semaphores.
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(void, pfnGetMacAddress,(PINTNETTRUNKIFPORT pIfPort, PRTMAC pMac));

    /**
     * Tests if the mac address belongs to any of the host NICs
     * and should take the host route.
     *
     * @returns true / false.
     *
     * @param   pIfPort     Pointer to this structure.
     * @param   pMac        Pointer to the mac address.
     *
     * @remarks Called while owning the network and the out-bound trunk port semaphores.
     *
     * @remarks TAP and NAT will compare with their own MAC address and let all their
     *          traffic take the host direction.
     *
     * @remarks This didn't quiet work out the way it should... perhaps obsolete this
     *          with pfnGetHostMac?
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(bool, pfnIsHostMac,(PINTNETTRUNKIFPORT pIfPort, PCRTMAC pMac));

    /**
     * Tests whether the host is operating the interface is promiscuous mode.
     *
     * The default behavior of the internal networking 'switch' is to 'autodetect'
     * promiscuous mode on the trunk port, which is when this method is used.
     * For security reasons this default may of course be overridden so that the
     * host cannot sniff at what's going on.
     *
     * Note that this differs from operating the trunk port on the switch in
     * 'promiscuous' mode, because that relates to the bits going to the wire.
     *
     * @returns true / false.
     *
     * @param   pIfPort     Pointer to this structure.
     *
     * @remarks Called while owning the network and the out-bound trunk port semaphores.
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(bool, pfnIsPromiscuous,(PINTNETTRUNKIFPORT pIfPort));

    /**
     * Transmit a frame.
     *
     * @return  VBox status code. Error generally means we'll drop the packet.
     * @param   pIfPort     Pointer to this structure.
     * @param   pSG         Pointer to the (scatter /) gather structure for the frame.
     *                      This may or may not be a temporary buffer. If it's temporary
     *                      the transmit operation(s) then it's required to make a copy
     *                      of the frame unless it can be transmitted synchronously.
     * @param   fDst        The destination mask. At least one bit will be set.
     *
     * @remarks Called holding the out-bound trunk port lock.
     *
     * @remarks TAP and NAT will use this interface for all their traffic, see pfnIsHostMac.
     *
     * @todo
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(int, pfnXmit,(PINTNETTRUNKIFPORT pIfPort, PINTNETSG pSG, uint32_t fDst));

    /** Structure version number. (INTNETTRUNKIFPORT_VERSION) */
00556     uint32_t u32VersionEnd;
} INTNETTRUNKIFPORT;

/** Version number for the INTNETTRUNKIFPORT::u32Version and INTNETTRUNKIFPORT::u32VersionEnd fields. */
00560 #define INTNETTRUNKIFPORT_VERSION   UINT32_C(0xA2CDe001)


/**
 * The component factory interface for create a network
 * interface filter (like VBoxNetFlt).
 */
00567 typedef struct INTNETTRUNKFACTORY
{
    /**
     * Release this factory.
     *
     * SUPR0ComponentQueryFactory (SUPDRVFACTORY::pfnQueryFactoryInterface to be precise)
     * will retain a reference to the factory and the caller has to call this method to
     * release it once the pfnCreateAndConnect call(s) has been done.
     *
     * @param   pIfFactory          Pointer to this structure.
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(void, pfnRelease,(struct INTNETTRUNKFACTORY *pIfFactory));

    /**
     * Create an instance for the specfied host interface and connects it
     * to the internal network trunk port.
     *
     * The initial interface active state is false (suspended).
     *
     *
     * @returns VBox status code.
     * @retval  VINF_SUCCESS and *ppIfPort set on success.
     * @retval  VERR_INTNET_FLT_IF_NOT_FOUND if the interface was not found.
     * @retval  VERR_INTNET_FLT_IF_BUSY if the interface is already connected.
     * @retval  VERR_INTNET_FLT_IF_FAILED if it failed for some other reason.
     *
     * @param   pIfFactory          Pointer to this structure.
     * @param   pszName             The interface name (OS specific).
     * @param   pSwitchPort         Pointer to the port interface on the switch that
     *                              this interface is being connected to.
     * @param   fFlags              Creation flags, see below.
     * @param   ppIfPort            Where to store the pointer to the interface port
     *                              on success.
     *
     * @remarks Called while owning the network and the out-bound trunk semaphores.
     */
    DECLR0CALLBACKMEMBER(int, pfnCreateAndConnect,(struct INTNETTRUNKFACTORY *pIfFactory, const char *pszName,
                                                   PINTNETTRUNKSWPORT pSwitchPort, uint32_t fFlags,
                                                   PINTNETTRUNKIFPORT *ppIfPort));
} INTNETTRUNKFACTORY;
/** Pointer to the trunk factory. */
00608 typedef INTNETTRUNKFACTORY *PINTNETTRUNKFACTORY;

/** The UUID for the (current) trunk factory. (case sensitive) */
00611 #define INTNETTRUNKFACTORY_UUID_STR     "449a2799-7564-464d-b4b2-7a877418fd0c"

/** @name INTNETTRUNKFACTORY::pfnCreateAndConnect flags.
 * @{ */
/** Don't put the filtered interface in promiscuous mode.
 * This is used for wireless interface since these can misbehave if
 * we try to put them in promiscuous mode. (Wireless interfaces are
 * normally bridged on level 3 instead of level 2.) */
00619 #define INTNETTRUNKFACTORY_FLAG_NO_PROMISC      RT_BIT_32(0)
/** @} */


/**
 * The trunk connection type.
 *
 * Used by INTNETR0Open and assoicated interfaces.
 */
00628 typedef enum INTNETTRUNKTYPE
{
    /** Invalid trunk type. */
00631     kIntNetTrunkType_Invalid = 0,
    /** No trunk connection. */
00633     kIntNetTrunkType_None,
    /** We don't care which kind of trunk connection if the network exists,
     * if it doesn't exist create it without a connection. */
00636     kIntNetTrunkType_WhateverNone,
    /** VirtualBox host network interface filter driver.
     * The trunk name is the name of the host network interface. */
00639     kIntNetTrunkType_NetFlt,
    /** VirtualBox adapter host driver. */
00641     kIntNetTrunkType_NetAdp,
    /** Nat service (ring-0). */
00643     kIntNetTrunkType_SrvNat,
    /** The end of valid types. */
00645     kIntNetTrunkType_End,
    /** The usual 32-bit hack. */
00647     kIntNetTrunkType_32bitHack = 0x7fffffff
} INTNETTRUNKTYPE;

/** @name INTNETR0Open flags.
 * @{ */
/** Share the MAC address with the host when sending something to the wire via the trunk.
 * This is typically used when the trunk is a NetFlt for a wireless interface. */
00654 #define INTNET_OPEN_FLAGS_SHARED_MAC_ON_WIRE                    RT_BIT_32(0)
/** Whether new participants should be subjected to access check or not. */
00656 #define INTNET_OPEN_FLAGS_PUBLIC                                RT_BIT_32(1)
/** Ignore any requests for promiscuous mode. */
00658 #define INTNET_OPEN_FLAGS_IGNORE_PROMISC                        RT_BIT_32(2)
/** Ignore any requests for promiscuous mode, quietly applied/ignored on open. */
00660 #define INTNET_OPEN_FLAGS_QUIETLY_IGNORE_PROMISC                RT_BIT_32(3)
/** Ignore any requests for promiscuous mode on the trunk wire connection. */
00662 #define INTNET_OPEN_FLAGS_IGNORE_PROMISC_TRUNK_WIRE             RT_BIT_32(4)
/** Ignore any requests for promiscuous mode on the trunk wire connection, quietly applied/ignored on open. */
00664 #define INTNET_OPEN_FLAGS_QUIETLY_IGNORE_PROMISC_TRUNK_WIRE     RT_BIT_32(5)
/** Ignore any requests for promiscuous mode on the trunk host connection. */
00666 #define INTNET_OPEN_FLAGS_IGNORE_PROMISC_TRUNK_HOST             RT_BIT_32(6)
/** Ignore any requests for promiscuous mode on the trunk host connection, quietly applied/ignored on open. */
00668 #define INTNET_OPEN_FLAGS_QUIETLY_IGNORE_PROMISC_TRUNK_HOST     RT_BIT_32(7)
/** The mask of flags which causes flag incompatibilities. */
00670 #define INTNET_OPEN_FLAGS_COMPATIBILITY_XOR_MASK                (RT_BIT_32(0) | RT_BIT_32(1) | RT_BIT_32(2) | RT_BIT_32(4) | RT_BIT_32(6))
/** The mask of flags is always ORed in, even on open. (the quiet stuff) */
00672 #define INTNET_OPEN_FLAGS_SECURITY_OR_MASK                      (RT_BIT_32(3) | RT_BIT_32(5) | RT_BIT_32(7))
/** The mask of valid flags. */
00674 #define INTNET_OPEN_FLAGS_MASK                                  UINT32_C(0x000000ff)
/** @} */

/** The maximum length of a network name. */
00678 #define INTNET_MAX_NETWORK_NAME     128

/** The maximum length of a trunk name. */
00681 #define INTNET_MAX_TRUNK_NAME       64


/**
 * Request buffer for INTNETR0OpenReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_OPEN.
 * @see INTNETR0Open.
 */
00688 typedef struct INTNETOPENREQ
{
    /** The request header. */
00691     SUPVMMR0REQHDR  Hdr;
    /** Alternative to passing the taking the session from the VM handle.
     * Either use this member or use the VM handle, don't do both. */
00694     PSUPDRVSESSION  pSession;
    /** The network name. (input) */
00696     char            szNetwork[INTNET_MAX_NETWORK_NAME];
    /** What to connect to the trunk port. (input)
     * This is specific to the trunk type below. */
00699     char            szTrunk[INTNET_MAX_TRUNK_NAME];
    /** The type of trunk link (NAT, Filter, TAP, etc). (input) */
00701     INTNETTRUNKTYPE enmTrunkType;
    /** Flags, see INTNET_OPEN_FLAGS_*. (input) */
00703     uint32_t        fFlags;
    /** The size of the send buffer. (input) */
00705     uint32_t        cbSend;
    /** The size of the receive buffer. (input) */
00707     uint32_t        cbRecv;
    /** The handle to the network interface. (output) */
00709     INTNETIFHANDLE  hIf;
} INTNETOPENREQ;
/** Pointer to an INTNETR0OpenReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_OPEN request buffer. */
00712 typedef INTNETOPENREQ *PINTNETOPENREQ;

INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0OpenReq(PINTNET pIntNet, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, PINTNETOPENREQ pReq);


/**
 * Request buffer for INTNETR0IfCloseReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_IF_CLOSE.
 * @see INTNETR0IfClose.
 */
00721 typedef struct INTNETIFCLOSEREQ
{
    /** The request header. */
00724     SUPVMMR0REQHDR  Hdr;
    /** Alternative to passing the taking the session from the VM handle.
     * Either use this member or use the VM handle, don't do both. */
00727     PSUPDRVSESSION  pSession;
    /** The handle to the network interface. */
00729     INTNETIFHANDLE  hIf;
} INTNETIFCLOSEREQ;
/** Pointer to an INTNETR0IfCloseReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_IF_CLOSE request buffer. */
00732 typedef INTNETIFCLOSEREQ *PINTNETIFCLOSEREQ;

INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfCloseReq(PINTNET pIntNet, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, PINTNETIFCLOSEREQ pReq);


/**
 * Request buffer for INTNETR0IfGetRing3BufferReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_IF_GET_RING3_BUFFER.
 * @see INTNETR0IfGetRing3Buffer.
 */
00741 typedef struct INTNETIFGETRING3BUFFERREQ
{
    /** The request header. */
00744     SUPVMMR0REQHDR  Hdr;
    /** Alternative to passing the taking the session from the VM handle.
     * Either use this member or use the VM handle, don't do both. */
00747     PSUPDRVSESSION  pSession;
    /** Handle to the interface. */
00749     INTNETIFHANDLE  hIf;
    /** The pointer to the ring3 buffer. (output) */
    R3PTRTYPE(PINTNETBUF)   pRing3Buf;
} INTNETIFGETRING3BUFFERREQ;
/** Pointer to an INTNETR0IfGetRing3BufferReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_IF_GET_RING3_BUFFER request buffer. */
00754 typedef INTNETIFGETRING3BUFFERREQ *PINTNETIFGETRING3BUFFERREQ;

INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfGetRing3BufferReq(PINTNET pIntNet, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, PINTNETIFGETRING3BUFFERREQ pReq);


/**
 * Request buffer for INTNETR0IfSetPromiscuousModeReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_IF_SET_PROMISCUOUS_MODE.
 * @see INTNETR0IfSetPromiscuousMode.
 */
00763 typedef struct INTNETIFSETPROMISCUOUSMODEREQ
{
    /** The request header. */
00766     SUPVMMR0REQHDR  Hdr;
    /** Alternative to passing the taking the session from the VM handle.
     * Either use this member or use the VM handle, don't do both. */
00769     PSUPDRVSESSION  pSession;
    /** Handle to the interface. */
00771     INTNETIFHANDLE  hIf;
    /** The new promiscuous mode. */
00773     bool            fPromiscuous;
} INTNETIFSETPROMISCUOUSMODEREQ;
/** Pointer to an INTNETR0IfSetPromiscuousModeReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_IF_SET_PROMISCUOUS_MODE request buffer. */
00776 typedef INTNETIFSETPROMISCUOUSMODEREQ *PINTNETIFSETPROMISCUOUSMODEREQ;

INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfSetPromiscuousModeReq(PINTNET pIntNet, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, PINTNETIFSETPROMISCUOUSMODEREQ pReq);


/**
 * Request buffer for INTNETR0IfSetMacAddressReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_IF_SET_MAC_ADDRESS.
 * @see INTNETR0IfSetMacAddress.
 */
00785 typedef struct INTNETIFSETMACADDRESSREQ
{
    /** The request header. */
00788     SUPVMMR0REQHDR  Hdr;
    /** Alternative to passing the taking the session from the VM handle.
     * Either use this member or use the VM handle, don't do both. */
00791     PSUPDRVSESSION  pSession;
    /** Handle to the interface. */
00793     INTNETIFHANDLE  hIf;
    /** The new MAC address. */
00795     RTMAC           Mac;
} INTNETIFSETMACADDRESSREQ;
/** Pointer to an INTNETR0IfSetMacAddressReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_IF_SET_MAC_ADDRESS request buffer. */
00798 typedef INTNETIFSETMACADDRESSREQ *PINTNETIFSETMACADDRESSREQ;

INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfSetMacAddressReq(PINTNET pIntNet, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, PINTNETIFSETMACADDRESSREQ pReq);


/**
 * Request buffer for INTNETR0IfSetActiveReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_IF_SET_ACTIVE.
 * @see INTNETR0IfSetActive.
 */
00807 typedef struct INTNETIFSETACTIVEREQ
{
    /** The request header. */
00810     SUPVMMR0REQHDR  Hdr;
    /** Alternative to passing the taking the session from the VM handle.
     * Either use this member or use the VM handle, don't do both. */
00813     PSUPDRVSESSION  pSession;
    /** Handle to the interface. */
00815     INTNETIFHANDLE  hIf;
    /** The new state. */
00817     bool            fActive;
} INTNETIFSETACTIVEREQ;
/** Pointer to an INTNETR0IfSetActiveReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_IF_SET_ACTIVE request buffer. */
00820 typedef INTNETIFSETACTIVEREQ *PINTNETIFSETACTIVEREQ;

INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfSetActiveReq(PINTNET pIntNet, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, PINTNETIFSETACTIVEREQ pReq);


/**
 * Request buffer for INTNETR0IfSendReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_IF_SEND.
 * @see INTNETR0IfSend.
 */
00829 typedef struct INTNETIFSENDREQ
{
    /** The request header. */
00832     SUPVMMR0REQHDR  Hdr;
    /** Alternative to passing the taking the session from the VM handle.
     * Either use this member or use the VM handle, don't do both. */
00835     PSUPDRVSESSION  pSession;
    /** Handle to the interface. */
00837     INTNETIFHANDLE  hIf;
} INTNETIFSENDREQ;
/** Pointer to an INTNETR0IfSend() argument package. */
00840 typedef INTNETIFSENDREQ *PINTNETIFSENDREQ;

INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfSendReq(PINTNET pIntNet, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, PINTNETIFSENDREQ pReq);


/**
 * Request buffer for INTNETR0IfWaitReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_IF_WAIT.
 * @see INTNETR0IfWait.
 */
00849 typedef struct INTNETIFWAITREQ
{
    /** The request header. */
00852     SUPVMMR0REQHDR  Hdr;
    /** Alternative to passing the taking the session from the VM handle.
     * Either use this member or use the VM handle, don't do both. */
00855     PSUPDRVSESSION  pSession;
    /** Handle to the interface. */
00857     INTNETIFHANDLE  hIf;
    /** The number of milliseconds to wait. */
00859     uint32_t        cMillies;
} INTNETIFWAITREQ;
/** Pointer to an INTNETR0IfWaitReq / VMMR0_DO_INTNET_IF_WAIT request buffer. */
00862 typedef INTNETIFWAITREQ *PINTNETIFWAITREQ;

INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfWaitReq(PINTNET pIntNet, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, PINTNETIFWAITREQ pReq);


#if defined(IN_RING0) || defined(IN_INTNET_TESTCASE)
/** @name
 * @{
 */

/**
 * Create an instance of the Ring-0 internal networking service.
 *
 * @returns VBox status code.
 * @param   ppIntNet    Where to store the instance pointer.
 */
INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0Create(PINTNET *ppIntNet);

/**
 * Destroys an instance of the Ring-0 internal networking service.
 *
 * @param   pIntNet     Pointer to the instance data.
 */
INTNETR0DECL(void) INTNETR0Destroy(PINTNET pIntNet);

/**
 * Opens a network interface and connects it to the specified network.
 *
 * @returns VBox status code.
 * @param   pIntNet         The internal network instance.
 * @param   pSession        The session handle.
 * @param   pszNetwork      The network name.
 * @param   enmTrunkType    The trunk type.
 * @param   pszTrunk        The trunk name. Its meaning is specfic to the type.
 * @param   fFlags          Flags, see INTNET_OPEN_FLAGS_*.
 * @param   fRestrictAccess Whether new participants should be subjected to access check or not.
 * @param   cbSend          The send buffer size.
 * @param   cbRecv          The receive buffer size.
 * @param   phIf            Where to store the handle to the network interface.
 */
INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0Open(PINTNET pIntNet, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, const char *pszNetwork,
                               INTNETTRUNKTYPE enmTrunkType, const char *pszTrunk, uint32_t fFlags,
                               unsigned cbSend, unsigned cbRecv, PINTNETIFHANDLE phIf);

/**
 * Close an interface.
 *
 * @returns VBox status code.
 * @param   pIntNet     The instance handle.
 * @param   hIf         The interface handle.
 * @param   pSession        The caller's session.
 */
INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfClose(PINTNET pIntNet, INTNETIFHANDLE hIf, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession);

/**
 * Gets the ring-0 address of the current buffer.
 *
 * @returns VBox status code.
 * @param   pIntNet     The instance data.
 * @param   hIf         The interface handle.
 * @param   pSession        The caller's session.
 * @param   ppRing0Buf  Where to store the address of the ring-3 mapping.
 */
INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfGetRing0Buffer(PINTNET pIntNet, INTNETIFHANDLE hIf, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, PINTNETBUF *ppRing0Buf);

/**
 * Maps the default buffer into ring 3.
 *
 * @returns VBox status code.
 * @param   pIntNet         The instance data.
 * @param   hIf             The interface handle.
 * @param   pSession        The caller's session.
 * @param   ppRing3Buf      Where to store the address of the ring-3 mapping.
 */
INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfGetRing3Buffer(PINTNET pIntNet, INTNETIFHANDLE hIf, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, R3PTRTYPE(PINTNETBUF) *ppRing3Buf);

/**
 * Sets the promiscuous mode property of an interface.
 *
 * @returns VBox status code.
 * @param   pIntNet         The instance handle.
 * @param   hIf             The interface handle.
 * @param   pSession        The caller's session.
 * @param   fPromiscuous    Set if the interface should be in promiscuous mode, clear if not.
 */
INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfSetPromiscuousMode( PINTNET pIntNet, INTNETIFHANDLE hIf, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, bool fPromiscuous);
INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfSetMacAddress(      PINTNET pIntNet, INTNETIFHANDLE hIf, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, PCRTMAC pMac);
INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfSetActive(          PINTNET pIntNet, INTNETIFHANDLE hIf, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, bool fActive);

/**
 * Sends one or more frames.
 *
 * The function will first the frame which is passed as the optional
 * arguments pvFrame and cbFrame. These are optional since it also
 * possible to chain together one or more frames in the send buffer
 * which the function will process after considering it's arguments.
 *
 * @returns VBox status code.
 * @param   pIntNet     The instance data.
 * @param   hIf         The interface handle.
 * @param   pSession    The caller's session.
 * @param   pvFrame     Pointer to the frame. Optional, please don't use.
 * @param   cbFrame     Size of the frame. Optional, please don't use.
 */
INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfSend(PINTNET pIntNet, INTNETIFHANDLE hIf, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, const void *pvFrame, unsigned cbFrame);

/**
 * Wait for the interface to get signaled.
 * The interface will be signaled when is put into the receive buffer.
 *
 * @returns VBox status code.
 * @param   pIntNet         The instance handle.
 * @param   hIf             The interface handle.
 * @param   pSession        The caller's session.
 * @param   cMillies        Number of milliseconds to wait. RT_INDEFINITE_WAIT should be
 *                          used if indefinite wait is desired.
 */
INTNETR0DECL(int) INTNETR0IfWait(PINTNET pIntNet, INTNETIFHANDLE hIf, PSUPDRVSESSION pSession, uint32_t cMillies);

/** @} */
#endif /* IN_RING0 */

RT_C_DECLS_END

#endif

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