Commit fc92f996 authored by Dean Camera's avatar Dean Camera

Minor documentation cleanups.

parent 9293de24
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/** Endpoint number for the CDC control interface event notification endpoint. */
#define CDC_NOTIFICATION_EPNUM 3
/** Size of the CDC control interface notification endpoint bank, in bytes */
/** Size of the CDC control interface notification endpoint bank, in bytes. */
#define CDC_NOTIFICATION_EPSIZE 8
/** Endpoint number for the CDC data interface TX (data IN) endpoint */
/** Endpoint number for the CDC data interface TX (data IN) endpoint. */
#define CDC_TX_EPNUM 1
/** Endpoint number for the CDC data interface RX (data OUT) endpoint */
/** Endpoint number for the CDC data interface RX (data OUT) endpoint. */
#define CDC_RX_EPNUM 2
/** Size of the CDC data interface TX and RX data endpoint banks, in bytes */
/** Size of the CDC data interface TX and RX data endpoint banks, in bytes. */
#define CDC_TXRX_EPSIZE 16
/* Type Defines: */
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#include "ProtocolDecoders.h"
/* Macros: */
/** ARP header operation constant, indicating a request from a host for an address translation */
/** ARP header operation constant, indicating a request from a host for an address translation. */
#define ARP_OPERATION_REQUEST 1
/** ARP header operation constant, indicating a reply from a host giving an address translation */
/** ARP header operation constant, indicating a reply from a host giving an address translation. */
#define ARP_OPERATION_REPLY 2
/* Type Defines: */
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#include "ProtocolDecoders.h"
/* Macros: */
/** DHCP operation constant, indicating a request from a host to a DHCP server */
/** DHCP operation constant, indicating a request from a host to a DHCP server. */
#define DHCP_OP_BOOTREQUEST 0x01
/** DHCP operation constant, indicating a reply from a DHCP server to a host */
/** DHCP operation constant, indicating a reply from a DHCP server to a host. */
#define DHCP_OP_BOOTREPLY 0x02
/** Hardware type constant, indicating Ethernet as a carrier */
/** Hardware type constant, indicating Ethernet as a carrier. */
#define DHCP_HTYPE_ETHERNET 0x01
/** Magic boot protocol "cookie", inserted into all BOOTP packets (BOOTP is the carrier of DHCP) */
/** Magic boot protocol "cookie", inserted into all BOOTP packets (BOOTP is the carrier of DHCP). */
#define DHCP_MAGIC_COOKIE 0x63825363
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating that a subnet mask will follow */
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating that a subnet mask will follow. */
#define DHCP_OPTION_SUBNETMASK 1
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating that the DHCP message type constant will follow */
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating that the DHCP message type constant will follow. */
#define DHCP_OPTION_MESSAGETYPE 53
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating that the IP address of the DHCP server will follow */
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating that the IP address of the DHCP server will follow. */
#define DHCP_OPTION_DHCPSERVER 54
/** DHCP option list entry header, used to pad out option data */
/** DHCP option list entry header, used to pad out option data. */
#define DHCP_OPTION_PAD 0
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating the end of option data */
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating the end of option data. */
#define DHCP_OPTION_END 255
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, requesting that a DHCP server offer an IP address */
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, requesting that a DHCP server offer an IP address. */
#define DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_DISCOVER 1
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, indicating that a DHCP server is offering an IP address */
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, indicating that a DHCP server is offering an IP address. */
#define DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_OFFER 2
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, requesting that a DHCP server lease a given IP address */
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, requesting that a DHCP server lease a given IP address. */
#define DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_REQUEST 3
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, declining an offered DHCP server IP address lease */
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, declining an offered DHCP server IP address lease. */
#define DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_DECLINE 4
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, ACKing a host IP lease request */
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, ACKing a host IP lease request. */
#define DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_ACK 5
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, NACKing a host IP lease request */
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, NACKing a host IP lease request. */
#define DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_NACK 6
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, indicating that a host is releasing a leased IP address */
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, indicating that a host is releasing a leased IP address. */
#define DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_RELEASE 7
/* Type Defines: */
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#include "IP.h"
/* Macros: */
/** Physical MAC address of the USB RNDIS network adapter */
/** Physical MAC address of the USB RNDIS network adapter. */
#define ADAPTER_MAC_ADDRESS {0x02, 0x00, 0x02, 0x00, 0x02, 0x00}
/** Physical MAC address of the virtual server on the network */
/** Physical MAC address of the virtual server on the network. */
#define SERVER_MAC_ADDRESS {0x00, 0x01, 0x00, 0x01, 0x00, 0x01}
/** Physical MAC address of the network broadcast address */
/** Physical MAC address of the network broadcast address. */
#define BROADCAST_MAC_ADDRESS {0xFF, 0xFF, 0xFF, 0xFF, 0xFF, 0xFF}
/** Performs a comparison between two MAC addresses, indicating if they are identical.
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*/
#define MAC_COMPARE(MAC1, MAC2) (memcmp(MAC1, MAC2, sizeof(MAC_Address_t)) == 0)
/** Minimum size of an Ethernet packet in bytes, to conform to the Ethernet V2 packet standard */
/** Minimum size of an Ethernet packet in bytes, to conform to the Ethernet V2 packet standard. */
#define ETHERNET_VER2_MINSIZE 0x0600
/** Return value for all sub protocol handling routines, indicating that no response packet has been generated */
/** Return value for all sub protocol handling routines, indicating that no response packet has been generated. */
#define NO_RESPONSE 0
/** Return value for all sub protocol handling routines, indicating that the packet has not yet been handled */
/** Return value for all sub protocol handling routines, indicating that the packet has not yet been handled. */
#define NO_PROCESS -1
/* Type Defines: */
/** Type define for an Ethernet frame header */
/** Type define for an Ethernet frame header. */
typedef struct
{
MAC_Address_t Destination; /**< Physical MAC address of the packet recipient */
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#define PROTOCOL_SCTP 132
/* Type Defines: */
/** Type define for a protocol IP address of a device on a network */
/** Type define for a protocol IP address of a device on a network. */
typedef struct
{
uint8_t Octets[4]; /**< Individual bytes of an IP address */
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#include "ProtocolDecoders.h"
/* Macros: */
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP ECHO Reply message */
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP ECHO Reply message. */
#define ICMP_TYPE_ECHOREPLY 0
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating a packet destination is unreachable */
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating a packet destination is unreachable. */
#define ICMP_TYPE_DESTINATIONUNREACHABLE 3
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP Source Quench message */
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP Source Quench message. */
#define ICMP_TYPE_SOURCEQUENCH 4
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP Redirect message */
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP Redirect message. */
#define ICMP_TYPE_REDIRECTMESSAGE 5
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP ECHO Request message */
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP ECHO Request message. */
#define ICMP_TYPE_ECHOREQUEST 8
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP Time Exceeded message */
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP Time Exceeded message. */
#define ICMP_TYPE_TIMEEXCEEDED 11
/* Type Defines: */
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#include "ProtocolDecoders.h"
/* Macros: */
/** Protocol IP address of the host (client) machine, once assigned by DHCP */
/** Protocol IP address of the host (client) machine, once assigned by DHCP. */
#define CLIENT_IP_ADDRESS { 10, 0, 0, 1}
/** Protocol IP address of the virtual server machine */
/** Protocol IP address of the virtual server machine. */
#define SERVER_IP_ADDRESS { 10, 0, 0, 2}
/** Protocol IP address of the broadcast address */
/** Protocol IP address of the broadcast address. */
#define BROADCAST_IP_ADDRESS {0xFF, 0xFF, 0xFF, 0xFF}
/** Default Time To Live (TTL) value for sent packets, indicating the maximum allowable hops until their destination is reached */
/** Default Time To Live (TTL) value for sent packets, indicating the maximum allowable hops until their destination
* is reached.
*/
#define DEFAULT_TTL 128
/** Performs a comparison between two IP addresses, indicating if they are identical.
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#include "ProtocolDecoders.h"
/* Macros: */
/** Maximum number of TCP ports which can be open at the one time */
/** Maximum number of TCP ports which can be open at the one time. */
#define MAX_OPEN_TCP_PORTS 1
/** Maximum number of TCP connections which can be sustained at the one time */
/** Maximum number of TCP connections which can be sustained at the one time. */
#define MAX_TCP_CONNECTIONS 3
/** TCP window size, giving the maximum number of bytes which can be buffered at the one time */
/** TCP window size, giving the maximum number of bytes which can be buffered at the one time. */
#define TCP_WINDOW_SIZE 512
/** Port number for HTTP transmissions */
/** Port number for HTTP transmissions. */
#define TCP_PORT_HTTP SwapEndian_16(80)
/** Data direction indicator for a TCP application buffer, indicating data from host-to-device */
/** Data direction indicator for a TCP application buffer, indicating data from host-to-device. */
#define TCP_PACKETDIR_IN false
/** Data direction indicator for a TCP application buffer, indicating data from device-to-host */
/** Data direction indicator for a TCP application buffer, indicating data from device-to-host. */
#define TCP_PACKETDIR_OUT true
/** Congestion Window Reduced TCP flag mask */
/** Congestion Window Reduced TCP flag mask. */
#define TCP_FLAG_CWR (1 << 7)
/** Explicit Congestion Notification TCP flag mask */
/** Explicit Congestion Notification TCP flag mask. */
#define TCP_FLAG_ECE (1 << 6)
/** Urgent TCP flag mask */
/** Urgent TCP flag mask. */
#define TCP_FLAG_URG (1 << 5)
/** Data Acknowledge TCP flag mask */
/** Data Acknowledge TCP flag mask. */
#define TCP_FLAG_ACK (1 << 4)
/** Data Push TCP flag mask */
/** Data Push TCP flag mask. */
#define TCP_FLAG_PSH (1 << 3)
/** Reset TCP flag mask */
/** Reset TCP flag mask. */
#define TCP_FLAG_RST (1 << 2)
/** Synchronize TCP flag mask */
/** Synchronize TCP flag mask. */
#define TCP_FLAG_SYN (1 << 1)
/** Connection Finalize TCP flag mask */
/** Connection Finalize TCP flag mask. */
#define TCP_FLAG_FIN (1 << 0)
/** Application macro: Determines if the given application buffer contains a packet received from the host
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#define TCP_APP_CLOSECONNECTION(Connection) MACROS{ Connection->State = TCP_Connection_Closing; }MACROE
/* Enums: */
/** Enum for possible TCP port states */
/** Enum for possible TCP port states. */
enum TCP_PortStates_t
{
TCP_Port_Closed = 0, /**< TCP port closed, no connections to a host may be made on this port. */
TCP_Port_Open = 1, /**< TCP port open, connections to a host may be made on this port. */
};
/** Enum for possible TCP connection states */
/** Enum for possible TCP connection states. */
enum TCP_ConnectionStates_t
{
TCP_Connection_Listen = 0, /**< Listening for a connection from a host */
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};
/* Type Defines: */
/** Type define for a TCP connection buffer structure, including size, data and direction */
/** Type define for a TCP connection buffer structure, including size, data and direction. */
typedef struct
{
uint16_t Length; /**< Length of data in the TCP application buffer */
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bool Ready; /**< If data from host, indicates buffer ready to be read, otherwise indicates
* buffer ready to be sent to the host
*/
bool InUse; /** Indicates if the buffer is locked to to the current direction, and cannot be changed */
bool InUse; /**< Indicates if the buffer is locked to to the current direction, and cannot be changed */
} TCP_ConnectionBuffer_t;
/** Type define for a TCP connection information structure */
/** Type define for a TCP connection information structure. */
typedef struct
{
uint32_t SequenceNumberIn; /**< Current TCP sequence number for host-to-device */
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TCP_ConnectionBuffer_t Buffer; /**< Connection application data buffer */
} TCP_ConnectionInfo_t;
/** Type define for a complete TCP connection state */
/** Type define for a complete TCP connection state. */
typedef struct
{
uint16_t Port; /**< Connection port number on the device */
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uint8_t State; /**< Current connection state, a value from the TCP_ConnectionStates_t enum */
} TCP_ConnectionState_t;
/** Type define for a TCP port state */
/** Type define for a TCP port state. */
typedef struct
{
uint16_t Port; /**< TCP port number on the device */
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TCP_ConnectionBuffer_t* Buffer); /**< Port application handler */
} TCP_PortState_t;
/** Type define for a TCP packet header */
/** Type define for a TCP packet header. */
typedef struct
{
uint16_t SourcePort; /**< Source port of the TCP packet */
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uint16_t UrgentPointer; /**< Urgent data pointer */
} TCP_Header_t;
/* External Variables: */
TCP_PortState_t PortStateTable[MAX_OPEN_TCP_PORTS];
/* Function Prototypes: */
void TCP_TCPTask(USB_ClassInfo_RNDIS_Device_t* RNDISInterfaceInfo);
void TCP_Init(void);
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#include "DHCP.h"
/* Macros: */
/** Source UDP port for a DHCP request */
/** Source UDP port for a DHCP request. */
#define UDP_PORT_DHCP_REQUEST 67
/** Destination UDP port for a DHCP reply */
/** Destination UDP port for a DHCP reply. */
#define UDP_PORT_DHCP_REPLY 68
/* Type Defines: */
/** Type define for a UDP packet header */
/** Type define for a UDP packet header. */
typedef struct
{
uint16_t SourcePort; /**< Packet source port */
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/* Macros: */
/** Device control request for used in the Microsoft OS Descriptor for retrieving the OS Feature
* descriptors of the device
* descriptors of the device.
*/
#define REQ_GetOSFeatureDescriptor 0x01
/** Descriptor index for a Microsoft Proprietary Extended Device Compatibility descriptor */
/** Descriptor index for a Microsoft Proprietary Extended Device Compatibility descriptor. */
#define EXTENDED_COMPAT_ID_DESCRIPTOR 0x0004
/** LED mask for the library LED driver, to indicate that the USB interface is not ready. */
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#include <LUFA/Drivers/Board/LEDs.h>
/* Macros: */
/** Idle period indicating that reports should be sent only when the inputs have changed */
/** Idle period indicating that reports should be sent only when the inputs have changed. */
#define HID_IDLE_CHANGESONLY 0
/** HID Class specific request to get the next HID report from the device. */
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USB_Descriptor_Header_t Header; /**< Regular descriptor header containing the descriptor's type and length */
uint8_t Subtype; /**< Sub type value used to distinguish between audio class specific descriptors */
uint16_t ACSpecification; /** Binary coded decimal value, indicating the supported Audio Class specification version */
uint16_t TotalLength; /** Total length of the Audio class specific control descriptors, including this descriptor */
uint16_t ACSpecification; /**< Binary coded decimal value, indicating the supported Audio Class specification version */
uint16_t TotalLength; /**< Total length of the Audio class specific control descriptors, including this descriptor */
uint8_t InCollection; /** Total number of audio class interfaces within this device */
uint8_t InterfaceNumbers[1]; /** Interface numbers of each audio interface */
uint8_t InCollection; /**< Total number of audio class interfaces within this device */
uint8_t InterfaceNumbers[1]; /**< Interface numbers of each audio interface */
} USB_Audio_Interface_AC_t;
/** Type define for an Audio class specific MIDI streaming interface descriptor. This indicates to the host
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#include <LUFA/Drivers/Board/Buttons.h>
/* Macros: */
/** MIDI command for a note on (activation) event */
/** MIDI command for a note on (activation) event. */
#define MIDI_COMMAND_NOTE_ON 0x90
/** MIDI command for a note off (deactivation) event */
/** MIDI command for a note off (deactivation) event. */
#define MIDI_COMMAND_NOTE_OFF 0x80
/** Standard key press velocity value used for all note events, as no pressure sensor is mounted */
/** Standard key press velocity value used for all note events, as no pressure sensor is mounted. */
#define MIDI_STANDARD_VELOCITY 64
/** Convenience macro. MIDI channels are numbered from 1-10 (natural numbers) however the logical channel
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{
uint32_t Signature; /**< Command block signature, must be CBW_SIGNATURE to indicate a valid Command Block */
uint32_t Tag; /**< Unique command ID value, to associate a command block wrapper with its command status wrapper */
uint32_t DataTransferLength; /** Length of the optional data portion of the issued command, in bytes */
uint32_t DataTransferLength; /**< Length of the optional data portion of the issued command, in bytes */
uint8_t Flags; /**< Command block flags, indicating command data direction */
uint8_t LUN; /**< Logical Unit number this command is issued to */
uint8_t SCSICommandLength; /**< Length of the issued SCSI command within the SCSI command data array */
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#include "ProtocolDecoders.h"
/* Macros: */
/** ARP header operation constant, indicating a request from a host for an address translation */
/** ARP header operation constant, indicating a request from a host for an address translation. */
#define ARP_OPERATION_REQUEST 1
/** ARP header operation constant, indicating a reply from a host giving an address translation */
/** ARP header operation constant, indicating a reply from a host giving an address translation. */
#define ARP_OPERATION_REPLY 2
/* Type Defines: */
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#include "ProtocolDecoders.h"
/* Macros: */
/** DHCP operation constant, indicating a request from a host to a DHCP server */
/** DHCP operation constant, indicating a request from a host to a DHCP server. */
#define DHCP_OP_BOOTREQUEST 0x01
/** DHCP operation constant, indicating a reply from a DHCP server to a host */
/** DHCP operation constant, indicating a reply from a DHCP server to a host. */
#define DHCP_OP_BOOTREPLY 0x02
/** Hardware type constant, indicating Ethernet as a carrier */
/** Hardware type constant, indicating Ethernet as a carrier. */
#define DHCP_HTYPE_ETHERNET 0x01
/** Magic boot protocol "cookie", inserted into all BOOTP packets (BOOTP is the carrier of DHCP) */
/** Magic boot protocol "cookie", inserted into all BOOTP packets (BOOTP is the carrier of DHCP). */
#define DHCP_MAGIC_COOKIE 0x63825363
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating that a subnet mask will follow */
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating that a subnet mask will follow. */
#define DHCP_OPTION_SUBNETMASK 1
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating that the DHCP message type constant will follow */
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating that the DHCP message type constant will follow. */
#define DHCP_OPTION_MESSAGETYPE 53
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating that the IP address of the DHCP server will follow */
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating that the IP address of the DHCP server will follow. */
#define DHCP_OPTION_DHCPSERVER 54
/** DHCP option list entry header, used to pad out option data */
/** DHCP option list entry header, used to pad out option data. */
#define DHCP_OPTION_PAD 0
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating the end of option data */
/** DHCP option list entry header, indicating the end of option data. */
#define DHCP_OPTION_END 255
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, requesting that a DHCP server offer an IP address */
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, requesting that a DHCP server offer an IP address. */
#define DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_DISCOVER 1
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, indicating that a DHCP server is offering an IP address */
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, indicating that a DHCP server is offering an IP address. */
#define DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_OFFER 2
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, requesting that a DHCP server lease a given IP address */
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, requesting that a DHCP server lease a given IP address. */
#define DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_REQUEST 3
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, declining an offered DHCP server IP address lease */
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, declining an offered DHCP server IP address lease. */
#define DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_DECLINE 4
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, ACKing a host IP lease request */
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, ACKing a host IP lease request. */
#define DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_ACK 5
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, NACKing a host IP lease request */
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, NACKing a host IP lease request. */
#define DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_NACK 6
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, indicating that a host is releasing a leased IP address */
/** Message type constant, used in the DHCP option data field, indicating that a host is releasing a leased IP address. */
#define DHCP_MESSAGETYPE_RELEASE 7
/* Type Defines: */
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#include "IP.h"
/* Macros: */
/** Physical MAC address of the USB RNDIS network adapter */
/** Physical MAC address of the USB RNDIS network adapter. */
#define ADAPTER_MAC_ADDRESS {0x02, 0x00, 0x02, 0x00, 0x02, 0x00}
/** Physical MAC address of the virtual server on the network */
/** Physical MAC address of the virtual server on the network. */
#define SERVER_MAC_ADDRESS {0x00, 0x01, 0x00, 0x01, 0x00, 0x01}
/** Physical MAC address of the network broadcast address */
/** Physical MAC address of the network broadcast address. */
#define BROADCAST_MAC_ADDRESS {0xFF, 0xFF, 0xFF, 0xFF, 0xFF, 0xFF}
/** Performs a comparison between two MAC addresses, indicating if they are identical.
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*/
#define MAC_COMPARE(MAC1, MAC2) (memcmp(MAC1, MAC2, sizeof(MAC_Address_t)) == 0)
/** Maximum size of an incoming or outgoing Ethernet frame in bytes */
/** Maximum size of an incoming or outgoing Ethernet frame in bytes. */
#define ETHERNET_FRAME_SIZE_MAX 1500
/** Minimum size of an Ethernet packet in bytes, to conform to the Ethernet V2 packet standard */
/** Minimum size of an Ethernet packet in bytes, to conform to the Ethernet V2 packet standard. */
#define ETHERNET_VER2_MINSIZE 0x0600
/** Return value for all sub protocol handling routines, indicating that no response packet has been generated */
/** Return value for all sub protocol handling routines, indicating that no response packet has been generated. */
#define NO_RESPONSE 0
/** Return value for all sub protocol handling routines, indicating that the packet has not yet been handled */
/** Return value for all sub protocol handling routines, indicating that the packet has not yet been handled. */
#define NO_PROCESS -1
/* Type Defines: */
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bool FrameInBuffer; /**< Indicates if a frame is currently stored in the buffer */
} Ethernet_Frame_Info_t;
/** Type define for an Ethernet frame header */
/** Type define for an Ethernet frame header. */
typedef struct
{
MAC_Address_t Destination; /**< Physical MAC address of the packet recipient */
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#define PROTOCOL_SCTP 132
/* Type Defines: */
/** Type define for a physical MAC address of a device on a network */
/** Type define for a physical MAC address of a device on a network. */
typedef struct
{
uint8_t Octets[6]; /**< Individual bytes of a MAC address */
} MAC_Address_t;
/** Type define for a protocol IP address of a device on a network */
/** Type define for a protocol IP address of a device on a network. */
typedef struct
{
uint8_t Octets[4]; /**< Individual bytes of an IP address */
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#include "ProtocolDecoders.h"
/* Macros: */
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP ECHO Reply message */
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP ECHO Reply message. */
#define ICMP_TYPE_ECHOREPLY 0
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating a packet destination is unreachable */
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating a packet destination is unreachable. */
#define ICMP_TYPE_DESTINATIONUNREACHABLE 3
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP Source Quench message */
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP Source Quench message. */
#define ICMP_TYPE_SOURCEQUENCH 4
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP Redirect message */
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP Redirect message. */
#define ICMP_TYPE_REDIRECTMESSAGE 5
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP ECHO Request message */
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP ECHO Request message. */
#define ICMP_TYPE_ECHOREQUEST 8
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP Time Exceeded message */
/** ICMP message type constant, indicating an ICMP Time Exceeded message. */
#define ICMP_TYPE_TIMEEXCEEDED 11
/* Type Defines: */
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#include "ProtocolDecoders.h"