smblib-common.h
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1/*
2 * Copyright (C) 1996-2022 The Squid Software Foundation and contributors
3 *
4 * Squid software is distributed under GPLv2+ license and includes
5 * contributions from numerous individuals and organizations.
6 * Please see the COPYING and CONTRIBUTORS files for details.
7 */
8
9/* UNIX SMBlib NetBIOS implementation
10
11 Version 1.0
12 SMBlib Common Defines
13
14 Copyright (C) Richard Sharpe 1996
15*/
16
17/*
18 This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
19 it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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22
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27
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31*/
32
33#ifndef _SMBLIB_SMBLIB_COMMON_H
34#define _SMBLIB_SMBLIB_COMMON_H
35
36#ifdef __cplusplus
37extern "C" {
38#endif
39
40/* To get the error class we want the first 8 bits */
41/* Because we just grab 4bytes from the SMB header, we have to re-order */
42/* here, but it makes the NtStatus part easier in future */
43
44#define SMBlib_Error_Class(p) (p & 0x000000FF)
45
46/* To get the error code, we want the bottom 16 bits */
47
48#define SMBlib_Error_Code(p) (((unsigned int)p & 0xFFFF0000) >>16)
49
50/* Error CLASS codes and etc ... */
51
52#define SMBC_SUCCESS 0
53#define SMBC_ERRDOS 0x01
54#define SMBC_ERRSRV 0x02
55#define SMBC_ERRHRD 0x03
56#define SMBC_ERRCMD 0xFF
57
58/* Success error codes */
59
60#define SMBS_BUFFERED 0x54
61#define SMBS_LOGGED 0x55
62#define SMBS_DISPLAYED 0x56
63
64/* ERRDOS Error codes */
65
66#define SMBD_badfunc 0x01
67#define SMBD_badfile 0x02
68#define SMBD_badpath 0x03
69#define SMBD_nofids 0x04
70#define SMBD_noaccess 0x05
71#define SMBD_badfid 0x06
72#define SMBD_badmcb 0x07
73#define SMBD_nomem 0x08
74#define SMBD_badmem 0x09
75#define SMBD_badenv 0x0A
76#define SMBD_badformat 0x0B
77#define SMBD_badaccess 0x0C
78#define SMBD_baddata 0x0D
79#define SMBD_reserved 0x0E
80#define SMBD_baddrive 0x0F
81#define SMBD_remcd 0x10
82#define SMBD_diffdevice 0x11
83#define SMBD_nofiles 0x12
84#define SMBD_badshare 0x20
85#define SMBD_errlock 0x21
86#define SMBD_filexists 0x50
87
88/* Server errors ... */
89
90#define SMBV_error 0x01 /* Generic error */
91#define SMBV_badpw 0x02
92#define SMBV_badtype 0x03
93#define SMBV_access 0x04
94#define SMBV_invnid 0x05
95#define SMBV_invnetname 0x06
96#define SMBV_invdevice 0x07
97#define SMBV_qfull 0x31
98#define SMBV_qtoobig 0x32
99#define SMBV_qeof 0x33
100#define SMBV_invpfid 0x34
101#define SMBV_paused 0x51
102#define SMBV_msgoff 0x52
103#define SMBV_noroom 0x53
104#define SMBV_rmuns 0x57
105#define SMBV_nosupport 0xFFFF
106
107/* Hardware error codes ... */
108
109#define SMBH_nowrite 0x13
110#define SMBH_badunit 0x14
111#define SMBH_notready 0x15
112#define SMBH_badcmd 0x16
113#define SMBH_data 0x17
114#define SMBH_badreq 0x18
115#define SMBH_seek 0x19
116#define SMBH_badmedia 0x1A
117#define SMBH_badsector 0x1B
118#define SMBH_nopaper 0x1C
119#define SMBH_write 0x1D
120#define SMBH_read 0x1E
121#define SMBH_general 0x1F
122#define SMBH_badshare 0x20
123
124/* Access mode defines ... */
125
126#define SMB_AMODE_WTRU 0x4000
127#define SMB_AMODE_NOCACHE 0x1000
128#define SMB_AMODE_COMPAT 0x0000
129#define SMB_AMODE_DENYRWX 0x0010
130#define SMB_AMODE_DENYW 0x0020
131#define SMB_AMODE_DENYRX 0x0030
132#define SMB_AMODE_DENYNONE 0x0040
133#define SMB_AMODE_OPENR 0x0000
134#define SMB_AMODE_OPENW 0x0001
135#define SMB_AMODE_OPENRW 0x0002
136#define SMB_AMODE_OPENX 0x0003
137#define SMB_AMODE_FCBOPEN 0x00FF
138#define SMB_AMODE_LOCUNKN 0x0000
139#define SMB_AMODE_LOCMSEQ 0x0100
140#define SMB_AMODE_LOCMRAN 0x0200
141#define SMB_AMODE_LOCRAL 0x0300
142
143/* File attribute encoding ... */
144
145#define SMB_FA_ORD 0x00
146#define SMB_FA_ROF 0x01
147#define SMB_FA_HID 0x02
148#define SMB_FA_SYS 0x04
149#define SMB_FA_VOL 0x08
150#define SMB_FA_DIR 0x10
151#define SMB_FA_ARC 0x20
152
153/* Define the protocol types ... */
154
155#define SMB_P_Unknown -1 /* Hmmm, is this smart? */
156#define SMB_P_Core 0
157#define SMB_P_CorePlus 1
158#define SMB_P_DOSLanMan1 2
159#define SMB_P_LanMan1 3
160#define SMB_P_DOSLanMan2 4
161#define SMB_P_LanMan2 5
162#define SMB_P_DOSLanMan2_1 6
163#define SMB_P_LanMan2_1 7
164#define SMB_P_NT1 8
165
166/* SMBlib return codes */
167/* We want something that indicates whether or not the return code was a */
168/* remote error, a local error in SMBlib or returned from lower layer ... */
169/* Wonder if this will work ... */
170/* SMBlibE_Remote = 1 indicates remote error */
171/* SMBlibE_ values < 0 indicate local error with more info available */
172/* SMBlibE_ values >1 indicate local from SMBlib code errors? */
173
174#define SMBlibE_Success 0
175#define SMBlibE_Remote 1 /* Remote error, get more info from con */
176#define SMBlibE_BAD -1
177#define SMBlibE_LowerLayer 2 /* Lower layer error */
178#define SMBlibE_NotImpl 3 /* Function not yet implemented */
179#define SMBlibE_ProtLow 4 /* Protocol negotiated does not support req */
180#define SMBlibE_NoSpace 5 /* No space to allocate a structure */
181#define SMBlibE_BadParam 6 /* Bad parameters */
182#define SMBlibE_NegNoProt 7 /* None of our protocols was liked */
183#define SMBlibE_SendFailed 8 /* Sending an SMB failed */
184#define SMBlibE_RecvFailed 9 /* Receiving an SMB failed */
185#define SMBlibE_GuestOnly 10 /* Logged in as guest */
186#define SMBlibE_CallFailed 11 /* Call remote end failed */
187#define SMBlibE_ProtUnknown 12 /* Protocol unknown */
188#define SMBlibE_NoSuchMsg 13 /* Keep this up to date */
189
190/* the default SMB protocols supported by this library. */
191extern const char *SMB_Prots[];
192
193typedef struct { /* A structure for a Dirent */
194
195 unsigned char resume_key[21]; /* Don't touch this */
196 unsigned char file_attributes; /* Attributes of file */
197 unsigned int date_time; /* date and time of last mod */
198 unsigned int size;
199 char filename[13]; /* The name of the file */
200
202
204
206
207/* A Tree_Structure */
208
210
213 char path[129];
214 char device_type[20];
215 int mbs; /* Local MBS */
216 int tid;
217
218};
219
221 SMB_Handle_Type Next_Con, Prev_Con; /* Next and previous conn */
222 int protocol; /* What is the protocol */
223 int prot_IDX; /* And what is the index */
224 void *Trans_Connect; /* The connection */
225
226 /* All these strings should be malloc'd */
227
228 char service[80], username[80], password[80], desthost[80], sock_options[80];
229 char address[80], myname[80];
230
231 SMB_Tree_Handle first_tree, last_tree; /* List of trees on this server */
232
233 int gid; /* Group ID, do we need it? */
234 int mid; /* Multiplex ID? We might need one per con */
235 int pid; /* Process ID */
236
237 int uid; /* Authenticated user id. */
238
239 /* It is pretty clear that we need to bust some of */
240 /* these out into a per TCon record, as there may */
241 /* be multiple TCon's per server, etc ... later */
242
243 int port; /* port to use in case not default, this is a TCPism! */
244
245 int max_xmit; /* Max xmit permitted by server */
246 int Security; /* 0 = share, 1 = user */
247 int Raw_Support; /* bit 0 = 1 = Read Raw supported, 1 = 1 Write raw */
248 int encrypt_passwords; /* 1 = do , 0 = don't */
251 int SvrTZ; /* Server Time Zone */
253 char Encrypt_Key[80], Domain[80], PDomain[80], OSName[80], LMType[40];
254 char Svr_OS[80], Svr_LMType[80], Svr_PDom[80];
255};
256
257#ifdef __cplusplus
258}
259#endif
260#endif /* _SMBLIB_SMBLIB_COMMON_H */
261
const char * SMB_Prots[]
Definition: find_password.c:29
struct SMB_Connect_Def * SMB_Handle_Type
struct SMB_Tree_Structure * SMB_Tree_Handle
unsigned int size
unsigned int date_time
unsigned char file_attributes
SMB_Tree_Handle last_tree
SMB_Tree_Handle first_tree
char Encrypt_Key[80]
unsigned int Capabilities
SMB_Handle_Type Prev_Con
char Svr_LMType[80]
char sock_options[80]
unsigned int SessionKey
SMB_Handle_Type Next_Con
SMB_Tree_Handle next
SMB_Handle_Type con
SMB_Tree_Handle prev

 

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