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/*
* Copyright (C) 2015-2017 Simon Brummer
*
* This file is subject to the terms and conditions of the GNU Lesser
* General Public License v2.1. See the file LICENSE in the top level
* directory for more details.
*/
/**
* @defgroup net_gnrc_tcp TCP
* @ingroup net_gnrc
* @brief RIOT's tcp implementation for the gnrc stack
*
* @{
*
* @file
* @brief GNRC TCP API
*
* @author Simon Brummer <simon.brummer@posteo.de>
*/
#ifndef GNRC_TCP_H
#define GNRC_TCP_H
#include "net/tcp.h"
#include "net/gnrc/netapi.h"
#include "net/gnrc/nettype.h"
#include "net/gnrc/tcp/tcb.h"
#ifdef MODULE_GNRC_IPV6
#include "net/gnrc/ipv6.h"
#endif
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
/**
* @brief Initialize and start TCP
*
* @return PID of TCP thread on success
* @return -1 if thread is already running.
* @return -EINVAL, if priority is greater than or equal SCHED_PRIO_LEVELS
* @return -EOVERFLOW, if there are too many threads running.
*/
int gnrc_tcp_init(void);
/**
* @brief Initialize Transmission Control Block (tcb)
* @pre tcb must not be NULL.
*
* @param[in,out] tcb Transmission that should be initialized.
*/
void gnrc_tcp_tcb_init(gnrc_tcp_tcb_t *tcb);
/**
* @brief Opens a connection actively.
*
* @pre gnrc_tcp_tcb_init() must have been successfully called.
* @pre tcb must not be NULL
* @pre target_addr must not be NULL.
* @pre target_port must not be 0.
*
* @note Blocks until a connection has been established or an error occured.
*
* @param[in,out] tcb This connections Transmission control block.
* @param[in] address_family Address Family of @p target_addr.
* @param[in] target_addr Pointer to target address.
* @param[in] target_port Targets port number.
* @param[in] local_port If zero or GNRC_TCP_PORT_UNSPEC, the connections
* source port is randomly choosen. If local_port is non-zero
* the local_port is used as source port.
*
* @return Zero on success.
* @return -EAFNOSUPPORT if @p address_family is not supported.
* @return -EINVAL if @p address_family is not the same the address_family use by the tcb.
* @return -EISCONN if transmission control block is already in use.
* @return -ENOMEM if the receive buffer for the tcb could not be allocated.
* Increase "GNRC_TCP_RCV_BUFFERS".
* @return -EADDRINUSE if @p local_port is already used by another connection.
* @return -ETIMEDOUT if the connection could not be opened.
* @return -ECONNREFUSED if the connection was resetted by the peer.
*/
int gnrc_tcp_open_active(gnrc_tcp_tcb_t *tcb, const uint8_t address_family,
const uint8_t *target_addr, const uint16_t target_port,
const uint16_t local_port);
/**
* @brief Opens a connection passively, by waiting for an incomming request.
*
* @pre gnrc_tcp_tcb_init() must have been successfully called.
* @pre tcb must not be NULL.
* @pre if local_addr is not NULL, local_addr must be assigned to a network interface.
* @pre if local_port is not zero.
*
* @note Blocks until a connection has been established (incomming connection request
* to @p local_port) or an error occured.
*
* @param[in,out] tcb This connections Transmission control block.
* @param[in] address_family Address Family of @p local_addr.
* If local_addr == NULL, address_family is ignored.
* @param[in] local_addr If not NULL the connection is bound to the address @p local_addr.
* If NULL a connection request to every local ip address is valid.
* @param[in] local_port Portnumber that should used for incomming connection requests.
*
* @return Zero on success
* @return -EAFNOSUPPORT if local_addr != NULL and @p address_family is not supported.
* @return -EINVAL if @p address_family is not the same the address_family use by the tcb.
* @return -EISCONN if transmission control block is already in use.
* @return -ENOMEM if the receive buffer for the tcb could not be allocated.
* Increase "GNRC_TCP_RCV_BUFFERS".
*/
int gnrc_tcp_open_passive(gnrc_tcp_tcb_t *tcb, const uint8_t address_family,
const uint8_t *local_addr, const uint16_t local_port);
/**
* @brief Transmit Data to Peer.
*
* @pre gnrc_tcp_tcb_init() must have been successfully called.
* @pre tcb must not be NULL.
* @pre data must not be NULL.
*
* @note Blocks until up to @p len bytes were transmitted or an error occured.
*
* @param[in,out] tcb This connections Transmission control block.
* @param[in] data Pointer to the data that should be transmitted.
* @param[in] len Number of bytes that should be transmitted.
* @param[in] user_timeout_duration_us If not zero and there were not data transmitted
* successfully, the function call returns after
* user_timeout_duration_us. If zero not timeout will be
* triggered.
*
* @return On success, the number of successfully transmitted bytes.
* @return -ENOTCONN if connection is not established.
* @return -ECONNRESET if connection was resetted by the peer.
* @return -ECONNABORTED if the connection was aborted.
* @return -ETIMEDOUT if @p user_timeout_duration_us expired.
*/
ssize_t gnrc_tcp_send(gnrc_tcp_tcb_t *tcb, const void *data, const size_t len,
const uint32_t user_timeout_duration_us);
/**
* @brief Receive Data from the Peer.
*
* @pre gnrc_tcp_tcb_init() must have been successfully called.
* @pre tcb must not be NULL.
* @pre data must not be NULL.
*
* @note Function blocks if user_timeout_duration_us is not zero.
*
* @param[in,out] tcb This connections Transmission control block.
* @param[out] data Pointer to the buffer where the received data
* should be copied into.
* @param[in] max_len Maximum amount to bytes that should be reeived.
* Should not exceed size of @p data.
* @param[in] user_timeout_duration_us Timeout for receive in microseconds. If zero and no data
* is available, the function returns immediately. If not
* zero the function block until data is available or
* user_timeout_duration_us microseconds have passed.
*
* @return On success, the number of bytes read into @p data.
* @return -ENOTCONN if connection is not established.
* @return -EAGAIN if user_timeout_duration_us is zero and no data is available.
* @return -ECONNRESET if connection was resetted by the peer.
* @return -ECONNABORTED if the connection was aborted.
* @return -ETIMEDOUT if @p user_timeout_duration_us expired.
*/
ssize_t gnrc_tcp_recv(gnrc_tcp_tcb_t *tcb, void *data, const size_t max_len,
const uint32_t user_timeout_duration_us);
/**
* @brief Close a tcp connection.
*
* @pre gnrc_tcp_tcb_init() must have been successfully called.
* @pre tcb must not be NULL.
*
* @param[in,out] tcb This connections Transmission control block.
*
* @return Zero on success.
*/
int gnrc_tcp_close(gnrc_tcp_tcb_t *tcb);
/**
* @brief Set checksum calculated from tcp and network-layer header in tcp-header.
*
* @param[in] hdr ng_pktsnip that contains tcp header.
* @param[in] pseudo_hdr ng_pktsnip that contains networklayer header.
*
* @return zero on succeed.
* @return -EFAULT if hdr or pseudo_hdr were NULL
* @return -EBADMSG if hdr is not of type GNRC_NETTYPE_TCP
* @return -ENOENT if pseudo_hdr protocol is unsupported.
*/
int gnrc_tcp_calc_csum(const gnrc_pktsnip_t *hdr, const gnrc_pktsnip_t *pseudo_hdr);
/**
* @brief Adds a tcp header to a given payload. Be carefull, leads to huge headers.
* Allocates all option bytes
*
* @param[in] payload payload that follows the tcp header
* @param[in] src Source port in host byte order
* @param[in] dst Destination port in host byte order
*
* @return NULL, if paket buffer is full
* @return Not NULL on success
*/
gnrc_pktsnip_t *gnrc_tcp_hdr_build(gnrc_pktsnip_t *payload, uint16_t src, uint16_t dst);
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
#endif /* GNRC_TCP_H */
/** @} */