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%/*
% * Sun RPC is a product of Sun Microsystems, Inc. and is provided for
% * unrestricted use provided that this legend is included on all tape
% * media and as a part of the software program in whole or part. Users
% * may copy or modify Sun RPC without charge, but are not authorized
% * to license or distribute it to anyone else except as part of a product or
% * program developed by the user.
% *
% * SUN RPC IS PROVIDED AS IS WITH NO WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND INCLUDING THE
% * WARRANTIES OF DESIGN, MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
% * PURPOSE, OR ARISING FROM A COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OR TRADE PRACTICE.
% *
% * Sun RPC is provided with no support and without any obligation on the
% * part of Sun Microsystems, Inc. to assist in its use, correction,
% * modification or enhancement.
% *
% * SUN MICROSYSTEMS, INC. SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY WITH RESPECT TO THE
% * INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHTS, TRADE SECRETS OR ANY PATENTS BY SUN RPC
% * OR ANY PART THEREOF.
% *
% * In no event will Sun Microsystems, Inc. be liable for any lost revenue
% * or profits or other special, indirect and consequential damages, even if
% * Sun has been advised of the possibility of such damages.
% *
% * Sun Microsystems, Inc.
% * 2550 Garcia Avenue
% * Mountain View, California 94043
% */
%/*
% * Copyright (c) 1984,1989 by Sun Microsystems, Inc.
% */
%/* from pmap_prot.x */
#ifdef RPC_HDR
%
%#pragma ident "@(#)pmap_prot.x 1.6 94/04/29 SMI"
%
%#ifndef _KERNEL
%
#endif
/*
* Port Mapper Protocol Specification (in RPC Language)
* derived from RFC 1057
*/
%/*
% * Protocol for the local binder service, or pmap.
% *
% * Copyright (C) 1984, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
% *
% * The following procedures are supported by the protocol:
% *
% * PMAPPROC_NULL() returns ()
% * takes nothing, returns nothing
% *
% * PMAPPROC_SET(struct pmap) returns (bool_t)
% * TRUE is success, FALSE is failure. Registers the tuple
% * [prog, vers, prot, port].
% *
% * PMAPPROC_UNSET(struct pmap) returns (bool_t)
% * TRUE is success, FALSE is failure. Un-registers pair
% * [prog, vers]. prot and port are ignored.
% *
% * PMAPPROC_GETPORT(struct pmap) returns (long unsigned).
% * 0 is failure. Otherwise returns the port number where the pair
% * [prog, vers] is registered. It may lie!
% *
% * PMAPPROC_DUMP() RETURNS (struct pmaplist_ptr)
% *
% * PMAPPROC_CALLIT(unsigned, unsigned, unsigned, string<>)
% * RETURNS (port, string<>);
% * usage: encapsulatedresults = PMAPPROC_CALLIT(prog, vers, proc,
% * encapsulatedargs);
% * Calls the procedure on the local machine. If it is not registered,
% * this procedure is quite; ie it does not return error information!!!
% * This procedure only is supported on rpc/udp and calls via
% * rpc/udp. This routine only passes null authentication parameters.
% * This file has no interface to xdr routines for PMAPPROC_CALLIT.
% *
% * The service supports remote procedure calls on udp/ip or tcp/ip socket 111.
% */
%
const PMAPPORT = 111; /* portmapper port number */
%
%
%/*
% * A mapping of (program, version, protocol) to port number
% */
struct pmap {
unsigned long pm_prog;
unsigned long pm_vers;
unsigned long pm_prot;
unsigned long pm_port;
};
#ifdef RPC_HDR
%
%typedef pmap PMAP;
%
#endif
%
%/*
% * Supported values for the "prot" field
% */
%
const PMAP_IPPROTO_TCP = 6; /* protocol number for TCP/IP */
const PMAP_IPPROTO_UDP = 17; /* protocol number for UDP/IP */
%
%
%/*
% * A list of mappings
% *
% * Below are two definitions for the pmaplist structure. This is done because
% * xdr_pmaplist() is specified to take a struct pmaplist **, rather than a
% * struct pmaplist * that rpcgen would produce. One version of the pmaplist
% * structure (actually called pm__list) is used with rpcgen, and the other is
% * defined only in the header file for compatibility with the specified
% * interface.
% */
struct pm__list {
pmap pml_map;
struct pm__list *pml_next;
};
typedef pm__list *pmaplist_ptr; /* results of PMAPPROC_DUMP */
#ifdef RPC_HDR
%
%typedef struct pm__list pmaplist;
%typedef struct pm__list PMAPLIST;
%
%#ifndef __cplusplus
%struct pmaplist {
% PMAP pml_map;
% struct pmaplist *pml_next;
%};
%#endif
%
%#ifdef __cplusplus
%extern "C" {
%#endif
%#ifdef __STDC__
%extern bool_t xdr_pmaplist(XDR *, pmaplist**);
%#else /* K&R C */
%bool_t xdr_pmaplist();
%#endif
%#ifdef __cplusplus
%}
%#endif
%
#endif
%
%/*
% * Arguments to callit
% */
struct rmtcallargs {
unsigned long prog;
unsigned long vers;
unsigned long proc;
opaque args<>;
};
#ifdef RPC_HDR
%
%/*
% * Client-side only representation of rmtcallargs structure.
% *
% * The routine that XDRs the rmtcallargs structure must deal with the
% * opaque arguments in the "args" structure. xdr_rmtcall_args() needs to be
% * passed the XDR routine that knows the args' structure. This routine
% * doesn't need to go over-the-wire (and it wouldn't make sense anyway) since
% * the application being called knows the args structure already. So we use a
% * different "XDR" structure on the client side, p_rmtcallargs, which includes
% * the args' XDR routine.
% */
%struct p_rmtcallargs {
% u_long prog;
% u_long vers;
% u_long proc;
% struct {
% u_int args_len;
% char *args_val;
% } args;
% xdrproc_t xdr_args; /* encodes args */
%};
%
#endif /* def RPC_HDR */
%
%
%/*
% * Results of callit
% */
struct rmtcallres {
unsigned long port;
opaque res<>;
};
#ifdef RPC_HDR
%
%/*
% * Client-side only representation of rmtcallres structure.
% */
%struct p_rmtcallres {
% u_long port;
% struct {
% u_int res_len;
% char *res_val;
% } res;
% xdrproc_t xdr_res; /* decodes res */
%};
%
#endif /* def RPC_HDR */
/*
* Port mapper procedures
*/
program PMAPPROG {
version PMAPVERS {
void
PMAPPROC_NULL(void) = 0;
bool
PMAPPROC_SET(pmap) = 1;
bool
PMAPPROC_UNSET(pmap) = 2;
unsigned long
PMAPPROC_GETPORT(pmap) = 3;
pmaplist_ptr
PMAPPROC_DUMP(void) = 4;
rmtcallres
PMAPPROC_CALLIT(rmtcallargs) = 5;
} = 2;
} = 100000;
%
#ifdef RPC_HDR
%#define PMAPVERS_PROTO ((u_long)2)
%#define PMAPVERS_ORIG ((u_long)1)
%
%#else /* ndef _KERNEL */
%
%#include <rpc/pmap_rmt.h>
%
%#ifdef __cplusplus
%extern "C" {
%#endif
%
%#define PMAPPORT 111
%
%struct pmap {
% long unsigned pm_prog;
% long unsigned pm_vers;
% long unsigned pm_prot;
% long unsigned pm_port;
%};
%typedef struct pmap PMAP;
%#ifdef __STDC__
%extern bool_t xdr_pmap (XDR *, struct pmap *);
%#else
%extern bool_t xdr_pmap ();
%#endif
%
%struct pmaplist {
% struct pmap pml_map;
% struct pmaplist *pml_next;
%};
%typedef struct pmaplist PMAPLIST;
%typedef struct pmaplist *pmaplist_ptr;
%
%
%#ifdef __cplusplus
%}
%#endif
%
%#endif /* ndef _KERNEL */
#endif
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