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/******************************************************************************
Filename: uipopt.h
Description: uIP TCP/IP stack options for the WiShield 1.0
******************************************************************************
TCP/IP stack and driver for the WiShield 1.0 wireless devices
Copyright(c) 2009 Async Labs Inc. All rights reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the terms of version 2 of the GNU General Public License as
published by the Free Software Foundation.
This program 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
this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59
Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
Contact Information:
<asynclabs@asynclabs.com>
Author Date Comment
---------------------------------------------------------------
AsyncLabs 05/29/2009 Initial port
*****************************************************************************/
/**
* \defgroup uipopt Configuration options for uIP
* @{
*
* uIP is configured using the per-project configuration file
* uipopt.h. This file contains all compile-time options for uIP and
* should be tweaked to match each specific project. The uIP
* distribution contains a documented example "uipopt.h" that can be
* copied and modified for each project.
*
* \note Most of the configuration options in the uipopt.h should not
* be changed, but rather the per-project uip-conf.h file.
*/
/**
* \file
* Configuration options for uIP.
* \author Adam Dunkels <adam@dunkels.com>
*
* This file is used for tweaking various configuration options for
* uIP. You should make a copy of this file into one of your project's
* directories instead of editing this example "uipopt.h" file that
* comes with the uIP distribution.
*/
/*
* Copyright (c) 2001-2003, Adam Dunkels.
* All rights reserved.
*
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
* modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
* are met:
* 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
* notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
* 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
* notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
* documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
* 3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote
* products derived from this software without specific prior
* written permission.
*
* THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS
* OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
* WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
* ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY
* DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
* DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
* GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
* INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
* WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
* NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
* SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
*
* This file is part of the uIP TCP/IP stack.
*
* $Id: uipopt.h,v 1.4 2006/06/12 08:00:31 adam Exp $
*
*/
#ifndef __UIPOPT_H__
#define __UIPOPT_H__
#ifndef UIP_LITTLE_ENDIAN
#define UIP_LITTLE_ENDIAN 3412
#endif /* UIP_LITTLE_ENDIAN */
#ifndef UIP_BIG_ENDIAN
#define UIP_BIG_ENDIAN 1234
#endif /* UIP_BIG_ENDIAN */
#include "uip-conf.h"
/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
* \name Static configuration options
* @{
*
* These configuration options can be used for setting the IP address
* settings statically, but only if UIP_FIXEDADDR is set to 1. The
* configuration options for a specific node includes IP address,
* netmask and default router as well as the Ethernet address. The
* netmask, default router and Ethernet address are appliciable only
* if uIP should be run over Ethernet.
*
* All of these should be changed to suit your project.
*/
/**
* Determines if uIP should use a fixed IP address or not.
*
* If uIP should use a fixed IP address, the settings are set in the
* uipopt.h file. If not, the macros uip_sethostaddr(),
* uip_setdraddr() and uip_setnetmask() should be used instead.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#define UIP_FIXEDADDR 0
/**
* Ping IP address asignment.
*
* uIP uses a "ping" packets for setting its own IP address if this
* option is set. If so, uIP will start with an empty IP address and
* the destination IP address of the first incoming "ping" (ICMP echo)
* packet will be used for setting the hosts IP address.
*
* \note This works only if UIP_FIXEDADDR is 0.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#ifdef UIP_CONF_PINGADDRCONF
#define UIP_PINGADDRCONF UIP_CONF_PINGADDRCONF
#else /* UIP_CONF_PINGADDRCONF */
#define UIP_PINGADDRCONF 0
#endif /* UIP_CONF_PINGADDRCONF */
/**
* Specifies if the uIP ARP module should be compiled with a fixed
* Ethernet MAC address or not.
*
* If this configuration option is 0, the macro uip_setethaddr() can
* be used to specify the Ethernet address at run-time.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#define UIP_FIXEDETHADDR 0
/** @} */
/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
* \name IP configuration options
* @{
*
*/
/**
* The IP TTL (time to live) of IP packets sent by uIP.
*
* This should normally not be changed.
*/
#define UIP_TTL 64
/**
* Turn on support for IP packet reassembly.
*
* uIP supports reassembly of fragmented IP packets. This features
* requires an additonal amount of RAM to hold the reassembly buffer
* and the reassembly code size is approximately 700 bytes. The
* reassembly buffer is of the same size as the uip_buf buffer
* (configured by UIP_BUFSIZE).
*
* \note IP packet reassembly is not heavily tested.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#define UIP_REASSEMBLY 0
/**
* The maximum time an IP fragment should wait in the reassembly
* buffer before it is dropped.
*
*/
#define UIP_REASS_MAXAGE 40
/** @} */
/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
* \name UDP configuration options
* @{
*/
/**
* Toggles wether UDP support should be compiled in or not.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#ifdef UIP_CONF_UDP
#define UIP_UDP UIP_CONF_UDP
#else /* UIP_CONF_UDP */
#define UIP_UDP 0
#endif /* UIP_CONF_UDP */
/**
* Toggles if UDP checksums should be used or not.
*
* \note Support for UDP checksums is currently not included in uIP,
* so this option has no function.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#ifdef UIP_CONF_UDP_CHECKSUMS
#define UIP_UDP_CHECKSUMS UIP_CONF_UDP_CHECKSUMS
#else
#define UIP_UDP_CHECKSUMS 0
#endif
/**
* The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#ifdef UIP_CONF_UDP_CONNS
#define UIP_UDP_CONNS UIP_CONF_UDP_CONNS
#else /* UIP_CONF_UDP_CONNS */
#define UIP_UDP_CONNS 10
#endif /* UIP_CONF_UDP_CONNS */
/**
* The name of the function that should be called when UDP datagrams arrive.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
/** @} */
/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
* \name TCP configuration options
* @{
*/
/**
* Determines if support for opening connections from uIP should be
* compiled in.
*
* If the applications that are running on top of uIP for this project
* do not need to open outgoing TCP connections, this configration
* option can be turned off to reduce the code size of uIP.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#define UIP_ACTIVE_OPEN 1
/**
* The maximum number of simultaneously open TCP connections.
*
* Since the TCP connections are statically allocated, turning this
* configuration knob down results in less RAM used. Each TCP
* connection requires approximatly 30 bytes of memory.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#ifndef UIP_CONF_MAX_CONNECTIONS
#define UIP_CONNS 10
#else /* UIP_CONF_MAX_CONNECTIONS */
#define UIP_CONNS UIP_CONF_MAX_CONNECTIONS
#endif /* UIP_CONF_MAX_CONNECTIONS */
/**
* The maximum number of simultaneously listening TCP ports.
*
* Each listening TCP port requires 2 bytes of memory.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#ifndef UIP_CONF_MAX_LISTENPORTS
#define UIP_LISTENPORTS 20
#else /* UIP_CONF_MAX_LISTENPORTS */
#define UIP_LISTENPORTS UIP_CONF_MAX_LISTENPORTS
#endif /* UIP_CONF_MAX_LISTENPORTS */
/**
* Determines if support for TCP urgent data notification should be
* compiled in.
*
* Urgent data (out-of-band data) is a rarely used TCP feature that
* very seldom would be required.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#define UIP_URGDATA 0
/**
* The initial retransmission timeout counted in timer pulses.
*
* This should not be changed.
*/
#define UIP_RTO 3
/**
* The maximum number of times a segment should be retransmitted
* before the connection should be aborted.
*
* This should not be changed.
*/
#define UIP_MAXRTX 8
/**
* The maximum number of times a SYN segment should be retransmitted
* before a connection request should be deemed to have been
* unsuccessful.
*
* This should not need to be changed.
*/
#define UIP_MAXSYNRTX 5
/**
* The TCP maximum segment size.
*
* This is should not be to set to more than
* UIP_BUFSIZE - UIP_LLH_LEN - UIP_TCPIP_HLEN.
*/
#define ZG_RX_HDR_LEN 17 // ZeroG G2100 RX Indicate header length
#define UIP_TCP_MSS (UIP_BUFSIZE - UIP_LLH_LEN - UIP_TCPIP_HLEN - ZG_RX_HDR_LEN)
/**
* The size of the advertised receiver's window.
*
* Should be set low (i.e., to the size of the uip_buf buffer) is the
* application is slow to process incoming data, or high (32768 bytes)
* if the application processes data quickly.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#ifndef UIP_CONF_RECEIVE_WINDOW
#define UIP_RECEIVE_WINDOW UIP_TCP_MSS
#else
#define UIP_RECEIVE_WINDOW UIP_CONF_RECEIVE_WINDOW
#endif
/**
* How long a connection should stay in the TIME_WAIT state.
*
* This configiration option has no real implication, and it should be
* left untouched.
*/
#define UIP_TIME_WAIT_TIMEOUT 120
/** @} */
/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
* \name ARP configuration options
* @{
*/
/**
* The size of the ARP table.
*
* This option should be set to a larger value if this uIP node will
* have many connections from the local network.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#ifdef UIP_CONF_ARPTAB_SIZE
#define UIP_ARPTAB_SIZE UIP_CONF_ARPTAB_SIZE
#else
#define UIP_ARPTAB_SIZE 8
#endif
/**
* The maxium age of ARP table entries measured in 10ths of seconds.
*
* An UIP_ARP_MAXAGE of 120 corresponds to 20 minutes (BSD
* default).
*/
#define UIP_ARP_MAXAGE 120
/** @} */
/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
* \name General configuration options
* @{
*/
/**
* The size of the uIP packet buffer.
*
* The uIP packet buffer should not be smaller than 60 bytes, and does
* not need to be larger than 1500 bytes. Lower size results in lower
* TCP throughput, larger size results in higher TCP throughput.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#ifndef UIP_CONF_BUFFER_SIZE
#define UIP_BUFSIZE 400
#else /* UIP_CONF_BUFFER_SIZE */
#define UIP_BUFSIZE UIP_CONF_BUFFER_SIZE
#endif /* UIP_CONF_BUFFER_SIZE */
/**
* Determines if statistics support should be compiled in.
*
* The statistics is useful for debugging and to show the user.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#ifndef UIP_CONF_STATISTICS
#define UIP_STATISTICS 0
#else /* UIP_CONF_STATISTICS */
#define UIP_STATISTICS UIP_CONF_STATISTICS
#endif /* UIP_CONF_STATISTICS */
/**
* Determines if logging of certain events should be compiled in.
*
* This is useful mostly for debugging. The function uip_log()
* must be implemented to suit the architecture of the project, if
* logging is turned on.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#ifndef UIP_CONF_LOGGING
#define UIP_LOGGING 0
#else /* UIP_CONF_LOGGING */
#define UIP_LOGGING UIP_CONF_LOGGING
#endif /* UIP_CONF_LOGGING */
/**
* Broadcast support.
*
* This flag configures IP broadcast support. This is useful only
* together with UDP.
*
* \hideinitializer
*
*/
#ifndef UIP_CONF_BROADCAST
#define UIP_BROADCAST 0
#else /* UIP_CONF_BROADCAST */
#define UIP_BROADCAST UIP_CONF_BROADCAST
#endif /* UIP_CONF_BROADCAST */
/**
* Print out a uIP log message.
*
* This function must be implemented by the module that uses uIP, and
* is called by uIP whenever a log message is generated.
*/
void uip_log(char *msg);
/**
* The link level header length.
*
* This is the offset into the uip_buf where the IP header can be
* found. For Ethernet, this should be set to 14. For SLIP, this
* should be set to 0.
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#ifdef UIP_CONF_LLH_LEN
#define UIP_LLH_LEN UIP_CONF_LLH_LEN
#else /* UIP_CONF_LLH_LEN */
#define UIP_LLH_LEN 14
#endif /* UIP_CONF_LLH_LEN */
/** @} */
/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
* \name CPU architecture configuration
* @{
*
* The CPU architecture configuration is where the endianess of the
* CPU on which uIP is to be run is specified. Most CPUs today are
* little endian, and the most notable exception are the Motorolas
* which are big endian. The BYTE_ORDER macro should be changed to
* reflect the CPU architecture on which uIP is to be run.
*/
/**
* The byte order of the CPU architecture on which uIP is to be run.
*
* This option can be either BIG_ENDIAN (Motorola byte order) or
* LITTLE_ENDIAN (Intel byte order).
*
* \hideinitializer
*/
#ifdef UIP_CONF_BYTE_ORDER
#define UIP_BYTE_ORDER UIP_CONF_BYTE_ORDER
#else /* UIP_CONF_BYTE_ORDER */
#define UIP_BYTE_ORDER UIP_LITTLE_ENDIAN
#endif /* UIP_CONF_BYTE_ORDER */
/** @} */
/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
* \name Appication specific configurations
* @{
*
* An uIP application is implemented using a single application
* function that is called by uIP whenever a TCP/IP event occurs. The
* name of this function must be registered with uIP at compile time
* using the UIP_APPCALL definition.
*
* uIP applications can store the application state within the
* uip_conn structure by specifying the type of the application
* structure by typedef:ing the type uip_tcp_appstate_t and uip_udp_appstate_t.
*
* The file containing the definitions must be included in the
* uipopt.h file.
*
* The following example illustrates how this can look.
\code
void httpd_appcall(void);
#define UIP_APPCALL httpd_appcall
struct httpd_state {
u8_t state;
u16_t count;
char *dataptr;
char *script;
};
typedef struct httpd_state uip_tcp_appstate_t
\endcode
*/
/**
* \var #define UIP_APPCALL
*
* The name of the application function that uIP should call in
* response to TCP/IP events.
*
*/
/**
* \var typedef uip_tcp_appstate_t
*
* The type of the application state that is to be stored in the
* uip_conn structure. This usually is typedef:ed to a struct holding
* application state information.
*/
/**
* \var typedef uip_udp_appstate_t
*
* The type of the application state that is to be stored in the
* uip_conn structure. This usually is typedef:ed to a struct holding
* application state information.
*/
/** @} */
/** @} */
#endif /* __UIPOPT_H__ */
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