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// Copyright 2018 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <deque>
#include <memory>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include <base/memory/ref_counted.h>
#include <base/memory/weak_ptr.h>
#include <gtest/gtest_prod.h> // for FRIEND_TEST
#include "shill/ipconfig.h"
#include "shill/net/ip_address.h"
#include "shill/refptr_types.h"
#include "shill/technology.h"
namespace shill {
class ControlInterface;
class DeviceInfo;
class RTNLHandler;
class Resolver;
class RoutingTable;
// The Conneciton maintains the implemented state of an IPConfig, e.g,
// the IP address, routing table and DNS table entries.
class Connection : public base::RefCounted<Connection> {
// The routing metric used for the default service, whether physical or VPN.
static const uint32_t kDefaultMetric;
// The lowest piority metric value that is still valid.
static const uint32_t kLowestPriorityMetric;
// Space between the metrics of services. The Nth highest priority service
// (starting from N=0) will have a metric of
// |kDefaultMetric| + N*|kMetricIncrement|.
static const uint32_t kMetricIncrement;
Connection(int interface_index,
const std::string& interface_name,
bool fixed_ip_params,
Technology technology_,
const DeviceInfo* device_info,
ControlInterface* control_interface);
// Add the contents of an IPConfig reference to the list of managed state.
// This will replace all previous state for this address family.
virtual void UpdateFromIPConfig(const IPConfigRefPtr& config);
// Update the metric on the default route in |config|, if any. This
// should be called after the kernel notifies shill that a new IPv6
// address+gateway have been configured.
virtual void UpdateGatewayMetric(const IPConfigRefPtr& config);
// Adds |interface_name| to the whitelisted input interfaces that are
// allowed to use the connection and updates the routing table.
virtual void AddInputInterfaceToRoutingTable(
const std::string& interface_name);
// Removes |interface_name| from the whitelisted input interfaces and
// updates the routing table.
virtual void RemoveInputInterfaceFromRoutingTable(
const std::string& interface_name);
// The interface metric is a positive integer used by the kernel to
// determine which interface to use for outbound packets if there are
// multiple overlapping routes. The lowest metric wins; the connection
// with the lowest metric is referred to as the "default connection."
// Updates the kernel's routing table so that routes associated with
// this connection will use |metric|, updates the systemwide DNS
// configuration if necessary, and triggers captive portal detection
// if the connection has transitioned from non-default to default.
virtual void SetMetric(uint32_t metric, bool is_primary_physical);
// Returns true if this connection is currently the systemwide default.
virtual bool IsDefault() const;
// Determines whether this connection controls the system DNS settings.
// This should only be true for one connection at a time.
virtual void SetUseDNS(bool enable);
// Update and apply the new DNS servers setting to this connection.
virtual void UpdateDNSServers(const std::vector<std::string>& dns_servers);
virtual const std::string& interface_name() const { return interface_name_; }
virtual int interface_index() const { return interface_index_; }
virtual const std::vector<std::string>& dns_servers() const {
return dns_servers_;
virtual uint8_t table_id() const { return table_id_; }
virtual const RpcIdentifier& ipconfig_rpc_identifier() const {
return ipconfig_rpc_identifier_;
// Flush and (re)create routing policy rules for the connection. If
// |allowed_uids_| or |allowed_iifs_| is set, rules will be created
// to restrict traffic to the whitelisted UIDs or input interfaces.
// Otherwise, all system traffic will be allowed to use the connection.
// The rule priority will be set to |metric_| so that Manager's service
// sort ranking is respected.
virtual void UpdateRoutingPolicy();
// Request to accept traffic routed to this connection even if it is not
// the default. This request is ref-counted so the caller must call
// ReleaseRouting() when they no longer need this facility.
virtual void RequestRouting();
virtual void ReleaseRouting();
// Return the subnet name for this connection.
virtual std::string GetSubnetName() const;
virtual const IPAddress& local() const { return local_; }
virtual const IPAddress& gateway() const { return gateway_; }
virtual Technology technology() const { return technology_; }
void set_allowed_addrs(std::vector<IPAddress> addresses);
virtual const std::string& tethering() const { return tethering_; }
void set_tethering(const std::string& tethering) { tethering_ = tethering; }
// Return true if this is an IPv6 connection.
virtual bool IsIPv6();
friend class base::RefCounted<Connection>;
virtual ~Connection();
friend class ConnectionTest;
FRIEND_TEST(ConnectionTest, FixGatewayReachability);
FRIEND_TEST(ConnectionTest, InitState);
FRIEND_TEST(VPNServiceTest, OnConnectionDisconnected);
FRIEND_TEST(ConnectionTest, SetMTU);
FRIEND_TEST(ConnectionTest, UpdateDNSServers);
// Work around misconfigured servers which provide a gateway address that
// is unreachable with the provided netmask.
bool FixGatewayReachability(const IPAddress& local,
IPAddress* peer,
IPAddress* gateway);
bool SetupExcludedRoutes(const IPConfig::Properties& properties,
const IPAddress& gateway);
void SetMTU(int32_t mtu);
// Send our DNS configuration to the resolver.
void PushDNSConfig();
base::WeakPtrFactory<Connection> weak_ptr_factory_;
bool use_dns_;
uint32_t metric_;
bool is_primary_physical_;
bool has_broadcast_domain_;
int routing_request_count_;
int interface_index_;
const std::string interface_name_;
Technology technology_;
std::vector<std::string> dns_servers_;
std::vector<std::string> dns_domain_search_;
std::vector<std::string> excluded_ips_cidr_;
std::string dns_domain_name_;
RpcIdentifier ipconfig_rpc_identifier_;
// True if this device should have rules sending traffic whose src address
// matches one of the interface's addresses to the per-device table.
bool use_if_addrs_;
// If |allowed_uids_|, |allowed_iifs_|, and/or |allowed_addrs_| is set, IP
// policy rules will be created so that only traffic from the whitelisted
// UIDs, input interfaces, and/or source IP addresses can use this connection,
// with the exception of the interface's own IP addresses, which can always
// use a connection when it corresponds to a physical interface.
std::vector<uint32_t> allowed_uids_;
std::vector<std::string> allowed_iifs_;
std::vector<IPAddress> allowed_addrs_;
std::vector<uint32_t> blackholed_uids_;
TimeoutSet<IPAddress>* blackholed_addrs_;
// Do not reconfigure the IP addresses, subnet mask, broadcast, etc.
bool fixed_ip_params_;
uint8_t table_id_;
uint8_t blackhole_table_id_;
IPAddress local_;
IPAddress gateway_;
// Track the tethering status of the Service associated with this connection.
// This property is set by a service as it takes ownership of a connection,
// and is read by services that are bound through this connection.
std::string tethering_;
// Store cached copies of singletons for speed/ease of testing
const DeviceInfo* device_info_;
Resolver* resolver_;
RoutingTable* routing_table_;
RTNLHandler* rtnl_handler_;
ControlInterface* control_interface_;
} // namespace shill