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/*
             LUFA Library
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     Copyright (C) Dean Camera, 2010.
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  dean [at] fourwalledcubicle [dot] com
      www.fourwalledcubicle.com
*/

/*
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  Copyright 2010  Dean Camera (dean [at] fourwalledcubicle [dot] com)
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  Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this 
  software and its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted
  without fee, provided that the above copyright notice appear in 
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  software without specific, written prior permission.

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/** \file
 *
 *  Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) packet handling routines. This protocol
 *  handles the automatic IP negotiation to the host, so that the host will use the provided
 *  IP address given to it by the device.
 */
 
#include "DHCP.h"

/** Processes a DHCP packet inside an Ethernet frame, and writes the appropriate response
 *  to the output Ethernet frame if the host is requesting or accepting an IP address.
 *
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 *  \param[in] IPHeaderInStart     Pointer to the start of the incoming packet's IP header
 *  \param[in] DHCPHeaderInStart   Pointer to the start of the incoming packet's DHCP header
 *  \param[out] DHCPHeaderOutStart  Pointer to the start of the outgoing packet's DHCP header
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 *
 *  \return The number of bytes written to the out Ethernet frame if any, NO_RESPONSE otherwise
 */
int16_t DHCP_ProcessDHCPPacket(void* IPHeaderInStart, void* DHCPHeaderInStart, void* DHCPHeaderOutStart)
{
	IP_Header_t*   IPHeaderIN    = (IP_Header_t*)IPHeaderInStart;
	DHCP_Header_t* DHCPHeaderIN  = (DHCP_Header_t*)DHCPHeaderInStart;
	DHCP_Header_t* DHCPHeaderOUT = (DHCP_Header_t*)DHCPHeaderOutStart;
	
	uint8_t* DHCPOptionsINStart  = (uint8_t*)(DHCPHeaderInStart  + sizeof(DHCP_Header_t));
	uint8_t* DHCPOptionsOUTStart = (uint8_t*)(DHCPHeaderOutStart + sizeof(DHCP_Header_t));

	DecodeDHCPHeader(DHCPHeaderInStart);

	/* Zero out the response DHCP packet, as much of it legacy and left at 0 */
	memset(DHCPHeaderOUT, 0, sizeof(DHCP_Header_t));

	/* Fill out the response DHCP packet */
	DHCPHeaderOUT->HardwareType          = DHCPHeaderIN->HardwareType;
	DHCPHeaderOUT->Operation             = DHCP_OP_BOOTREPLY;
	DHCPHeaderOUT->HardwareAddressLength = DHCPHeaderIN->HardwareAddressLength;
	DHCPHeaderOUT->Hops                  = 0;
	DHCPHeaderOUT->TransactionID         = DHCPHeaderIN->TransactionID;
	DHCPHeaderOUT->ElapsedSeconds        = 0;
	DHCPHeaderOUT->Flags                 = DHCPHeaderIN->Flags;
	DHCPHeaderOUT->YourIP                = ClientIPAddress;
	memcpy(&DHCPHeaderOUT->ClientHardwareAddress, &DHCPHeaderIN->ClientHardwareAddress, sizeof(MAC_Address_t));
	DHCPHeaderOUT->Cookie                = SwapEndian_32(DHCP_MAGIC_COOKIE);
	
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	/* Alter the incoming IP packet header so that the corrected IP source and destinations are used - this means that
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	   when the response IP header is generated, it will use the corrected addresses and not the null/broatcast addresses */
	IPHeaderIN->SourceAddress      = ClientIPAddress;
	IPHeaderIN->DestinationAddress = ServerIPAddress;

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	/* Process the incoming DHCP packet options */
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	while (DHCPOptionsINStart[0] != DHCP_OPTION_END)
	{	
		/* Find the Message Type DHCP option, to determine the type of DHCP packet */
		if (DHCPOptionsINStart[0] == DHCP_OPTION_MESSAGETYPE)
		{
			if ((DHCPOptionsINStart[2] == DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_DISCOVER) || (DHCPOptionsINStart[2] == DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_REQUEST))
			{
				/* Fill out the response DHCP packet options for a DHCP OFFER or ACK response */

				*(DHCPOptionsOUTStart++) = DHCP_OPTION_MESSAGETYPE;
				*(DHCPOptionsOUTStart++) = 1;
				*(DHCPOptionsOUTStart++) = (DHCPOptionsINStart[2] == DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_DISCOVER) ? DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_OFFER
																								: DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_ACK;

				*(DHCPOptionsOUTStart++) = DHCP_OPTION_SUBNETMASK;
				*(DHCPOptionsOUTStart++) = 4;
				*(DHCPOptionsOUTStart++) = 0xFF;
				*(DHCPOptionsOUTStart++) = 0xFF;
				*(DHCPOptionsOUTStart++) = 0xFF;
				*(DHCPOptionsOUTStart++) = 0x00;

				*(DHCPOptionsOUTStart++) = DHCP_OPTION_DHCPSERVER;
				*(DHCPOptionsOUTStart++) = sizeof(IP_Address_t);
				memcpy(DHCPOptionsOUTStart, &ServerIPAddress, sizeof(IP_Address_t));
				DHCPOptionsOUTStart     += sizeof(IP_Address_t);

				*(DHCPOptionsOUTStart++) = DHCP_OPTION_END;
				
				return (sizeof(DHCP_Header_t) + 12 + sizeof(IP_Address_t));
			}
		}
		
		/* Go to the next DHCP option - skip one byte if option is a padding byte, else skip the complete option's size */
		DHCPOptionsINStart += ((DHCPOptionsINStart[0] == DHCP_OPTION_PAD) ? 1 : (DHCPOptionsINStart[1] + 2));
	}
	
	return NO_RESPONSE;
}