[NETFILTER]: Add nf_conntrack subsystem.
[linux-2.6.git] / net / netfilter / nf_conntrack_proto_tcp.c
1 /* (C) 1999-2001 Paul `Rusty' Russell
2  * (C) 2002-2004 Netfilter Core Team <coreteam@netfilter.org>
3  *
4  * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
5  * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
6  * published by the Free Software Foundation.
7  *
8  * Jozsef Kadlecsik <kadlec@blackhole.kfki.hu>:
9  *      - Real stateful connection tracking
10  *      - Modified state transitions table
11  *      - Window scaling support added
12  *      - SACK support added
13  *
14  * Willy Tarreau:
15  *      - State table bugfixes
16  *      - More robust state changes
17  *      - Tuning timer parameters
18  *
19  * 27 Oct 2004: Yasuyuki Kozakai @USAGI <yasuyuki.kozakai@toshiba.co.jp>
20  *      - genelized Layer 3 protocol part.
21  *
22  * Derived from net/ipv4/netfilter/ip_conntrack_proto_tcp.c
23  *
24  * version 2.2
25  */
26
27 #include <linux/config.h>
28 #include <linux/types.h>
29 #include <linux/sched.h>
30 #include <linux/timer.h>
31 #include <linux/netfilter.h>
32 #include <linux/module.h>
33 #include <linux/in.h>
34 #include <linux/tcp.h>
35 #include <linux/spinlock.h>
36 #include <linux/skbuff.h>
37 #include <linux/ipv6.h>
38 #include <net/ip6_checksum.h>
39
40 #include <net/tcp.h>
41
42 #include <linux/netfilter.h>
43 #include <linux/netfilter_ipv4.h>
44 #include <linux/netfilter_ipv6.h>
45 #include <net/netfilter/nf_conntrack.h>
46 #include <net/netfilter/nf_conntrack_protocol.h>
47
48 #if 0
49 #define DEBUGP printk
50 #define DEBUGP_VARS
51 #else
52 #define DEBUGP(format, args...)
53 #endif
54
55 /* Protects conntrack->proto.tcp */
56 static DEFINE_RWLOCK(tcp_lock);
57
58 /* "Be conservative in what you do, 
59     be liberal in what you accept from others." 
60     If it's non-zero, we mark only out of window RST segments as INVALID. */
61 int nf_ct_tcp_be_liberal = 0;
62
63 /* When connection is picked up from the middle, how many packets are required
64    to pass in each direction when we assume we are in sync - if any side uses
65    window scaling, we lost the game. 
66    If it is set to zero, we disable picking up already established 
67    connections. */
68 int nf_ct_tcp_loose = 3;
69
70 /* Max number of the retransmitted packets without receiving an (acceptable) 
71    ACK from the destination. If this number is reached, a shorter timer 
72    will be started. */
73 int nf_ct_tcp_max_retrans = 3;
74
75   /* FIXME: Examine ipfilter's timeouts and conntrack transitions more
76      closely.  They're more complex. --RR */
77
78 static const char *tcp_conntrack_names[] = {
79         "NONE",
80         "SYN_SENT",
81         "SYN_RECV",
82         "ESTABLISHED",
83         "FIN_WAIT",
84         "CLOSE_WAIT",
85         "LAST_ACK",
86         "TIME_WAIT",
87         "CLOSE",
88         "LISTEN"
89 };
90   
91 #define SECS * HZ
92 #define MINS * 60 SECS
93 #define HOURS * 60 MINS
94 #define DAYS * 24 HOURS
95
96 unsigned long nf_ct_tcp_timeout_syn_sent =      2 MINS;
97 unsigned long nf_ct_tcp_timeout_syn_recv =     60 SECS;
98 unsigned long nf_ct_tcp_timeout_established =   5 DAYS;
99 unsigned long nf_ct_tcp_timeout_fin_wait =      2 MINS;
100 unsigned long nf_ct_tcp_timeout_close_wait =   60 SECS;
101 unsigned long nf_ct_tcp_timeout_last_ack =     30 SECS;
102 unsigned long nf_ct_tcp_timeout_time_wait =     2 MINS;
103 unsigned long nf_ct_tcp_timeout_close =        10 SECS;
104
105 /* RFC1122 says the R2 limit should be at least 100 seconds.
106    Linux uses 15 packets as limit, which corresponds 
107    to ~13-30min depending on RTO. */
108 unsigned long nf_ct_tcp_timeout_max_retrans =     5 MINS;
109  
110 static unsigned long * tcp_timeouts[]
111 = { NULL,                              /* TCP_CONNTRACK_NONE */
112     &nf_ct_tcp_timeout_syn_sent,       /* TCP_CONNTRACK_SYN_SENT, */
113     &nf_ct_tcp_timeout_syn_recv,       /* TCP_CONNTRACK_SYN_RECV, */
114     &nf_ct_tcp_timeout_established,    /* TCP_CONNTRACK_ESTABLISHED, */
115     &nf_ct_tcp_timeout_fin_wait,       /* TCP_CONNTRACK_FIN_WAIT, */
116     &nf_ct_tcp_timeout_close_wait,     /* TCP_CONNTRACK_CLOSE_WAIT, */
117     &nf_ct_tcp_timeout_last_ack,       /* TCP_CONNTRACK_LAST_ACK, */
118     &nf_ct_tcp_timeout_time_wait,      /* TCP_CONNTRACK_TIME_WAIT, */
119     &nf_ct_tcp_timeout_close,          /* TCP_CONNTRACK_CLOSE, */
120     NULL,                              /* TCP_CONNTRACK_LISTEN */
121  };
122  
123 #define sNO TCP_CONNTRACK_NONE
124 #define sSS TCP_CONNTRACK_SYN_SENT
125 #define sSR TCP_CONNTRACK_SYN_RECV
126 #define sES TCP_CONNTRACK_ESTABLISHED
127 #define sFW TCP_CONNTRACK_FIN_WAIT
128 #define sCW TCP_CONNTRACK_CLOSE_WAIT
129 #define sLA TCP_CONNTRACK_LAST_ACK
130 #define sTW TCP_CONNTRACK_TIME_WAIT
131 #define sCL TCP_CONNTRACK_CLOSE
132 #define sLI TCP_CONNTRACK_LISTEN
133 #define sIV TCP_CONNTRACK_MAX
134 #define sIG TCP_CONNTRACK_IGNORE
135
136 /* What TCP flags are set from RST/SYN/FIN/ACK. */
137 enum tcp_bit_set {
138         TCP_SYN_SET,
139         TCP_SYNACK_SET,
140         TCP_FIN_SET,
141         TCP_ACK_SET,
142         TCP_RST_SET,
143         TCP_NONE_SET,
144 };
145   
146 /*
147  * The TCP state transition table needs a few words...
148  *
149  * We are the man in the middle. All the packets go through us
150  * but might get lost in transit to the destination.
151  * It is assumed that the destinations can't receive segments 
152  * we haven't seen.
153  *
154  * The checked segment is in window, but our windows are *not*
155  * equivalent with the ones of the sender/receiver. We always
156  * try to guess the state of the current sender.
157  *
158  * The meaning of the states are:
159  *
160  * NONE:        initial state
161  * SYN_SENT:    SYN-only packet seen 
162  * SYN_RECV:    SYN-ACK packet seen
163  * ESTABLISHED: ACK packet seen
164  * FIN_WAIT:    FIN packet seen
165  * CLOSE_WAIT:  ACK seen (after FIN) 
166  * LAST_ACK:    FIN seen (after FIN)
167  * TIME_WAIT:   last ACK seen
168  * CLOSE:       closed connection
169  *
170  * LISTEN state is not used.
171  *
172  * Packets marked as IGNORED (sIG):
173  *      if they may be either invalid or valid 
174  *      and the receiver may send back a connection 
175  *      closing RST or a SYN/ACK.
176  *
177  * Packets marked as INVALID (sIV):
178  *      if they are invalid
179  *      or we do not support the request (simultaneous open)
180  */
181 static enum tcp_conntrack tcp_conntracks[2][6][TCP_CONNTRACK_MAX] = {
182         {
183 /* ORIGINAL */
184 /*           sNO, sSS, sSR, sES, sFW, sCW, sLA, sTW, sCL, sLI   */
185 /*syn*/    { sSS, sSS, sIG, sIG, sIG, sIG, sIG, sSS, sSS, sIV },
186 /*
187  *      sNO -> sSS      Initialize a new connection
188  *      sSS -> sSS      Retransmitted SYN
189  *      sSR -> sIG      Late retransmitted SYN?
190  *      sES -> sIG      Error: SYNs in window outside the SYN_SENT state
191  *                      are errors. Receiver will reply with RST 
192  *                      and close the connection.
193  *                      Or we are not in sync and hold a dead connection.
194  *      sFW -> sIG
195  *      sCW -> sIG
196  *      sLA -> sIG
197  *      sTW -> sSS      Reopened connection (RFC 1122).
198  *      sCL -> sSS
199  */
200 /*           sNO, sSS, sSR, sES, sFW, sCW, sLA, sTW, sCL, sLI   */
201 /*synack*/ { sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV },
202 /*
203  * A SYN/ACK from the client is always invalid:
204  *      - either it tries to set up a simultaneous open, which is 
205  *        not supported;
206  *      - or the firewall has just been inserted between the two hosts
207  *        during the session set-up. The SYN will be retransmitted 
208  *        by the true client (or it'll time out).
209  */
210 /*           sNO, sSS, sSR, sES, sFW, sCW, sLA, sTW, sCL, sLI   */
211 /*fin*/    { sIV, sIV, sFW, sFW, sLA, sLA, sLA, sTW, sCL, sIV },
212 /*
213  *      sNO -> sIV      Too late and no reason to do anything...
214  *      sSS -> sIV      Client migth not send FIN in this state:
215  *                      we enforce waiting for a SYN/ACK reply first.
216  *      sSR -> sFW      Close started.
217  *      sES -> sFW
218  *      sFW -> sLA      FIN seen in both directions, waiting for
219  *                      the last ACK. 
220  *                      Migth be a retransmitted FIN as well...
221  *      sCW -> sLA
222  *      sLA -> sLA      Retransmitted FIN. Remain in the same state.
223  *      sTW -> sTW
224  *      sCL -> sCL
225  */
226 /*           sNO, sSS, sSR, sES, sFW, sCW, sLA, sTW, sCL, sLI   */
227 /*ack*/    { sES, sIV, sES, sES, sCW, sCW, sTW, sTW, sCL, sIV },
228 /*
229  *      sNO -> sES      Assumed.
230  *      sSS -> sIV      ACK is invalid: we haven't seen a SYN/ACK yet.
231  *      sSR -> sES      Established state is reached.
232  *      sES -> sES      :-)
233  *      sFW -> sCW      Normal close request answered by ACK.
234  *      sCW -> sCW
235  *      sLA -> sTW      Last ACK detected.
236  *      sTW -> sTW      Retransmitted last ACK. Remain in the same state.
237  *      sCL -> sCL
238  */
239 /*           sNO, sSS, sSR, sES, sFW, sCW, sLA, sTW, sCL, sLI   */
240 /*rst*/    { sIV, sCL, sCL, sCL, sCL, sCL, sCL, sCL, sCL, sIV },
241 /*none*/   { sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV }
242         },
243         {
244 /* REPLY */
245 /*           sNO, sSS, sSR, sES, sFW, sCW, sLA, sTW, sCL, sLI   */
246 /*syn*/    { sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV },
247 /*
248  *      sNO -> sIV      Never reached.
249  *      sSS -> sIV      Simultaneous open, not supported
250  *      sSR -> sIV      Simultaneous open, not supported.
251  *      sES -> sIV      Server may not initiate a connection.
252  *      sFW -> sIV
253  *      sCW -> sIV
254  *      sLA -> sIV
255  *      sTW -> sIV      Reopened connection, but server may not do it.
256  *      sCL -> sIV
257  */
258 /*           sNO, sSS, sSR, sES, sFW, sCW, sLA, sTW, sCL, sLI   */
259 /*synack*/ { sIV, sSR, sSR, sIG, sIG, sIG, sIG, sIG, sIG, sIV },
260 /*
261  *      sSS -> sSR      Standard open.
262  *      sSR -> sSR      Retransmitted SYN/ACK.
263  *      sES -> sIG      Late retransmitted SYN/ACK?
264  *      sFW -> sIG      Might be SYN/ACK answering ignored SYN
265  *      sCW -> sIG
266  *      sLA -> sIG
267  *      sTW -> sIG
268  *      sCL -> sIG
269  */
270 /*           sNO, sSS, sSR, sES, sFW, sCW, sLA, sTW, sCL, sLI   */
271 /*fin*/    { sIV, sIV, sFW, sFW, sLA, sLA, sLA, sTW, sCL, sIV },
272 /*
273  *      sSS -> sIV      Server might not send FIN in this state.
274  *      sSR -> sFW      Close started.
275  *      sES -> sFW
276  *      sFW -> sLA      FIN seen in both directions.
277  *      sCW -> sLA
278  *      sLA -> sLA      Retransmitted FIN.
279  *      sTW -> sTW
280  *      sCL -> sCL
281  */
282 /*           sNO, sSS, sSR, sES, sFW, sCW, sLA, sTW, sCL, sLI   */
283 /*ack*/    { sIV, sIV, sSR, sES, sCW, sCW, sTW, sTW, sCL, sIV },
284 /*
285  *      sSS -> sIV      Might be a half-open connection.
286  *      sSR -> sSR      Might answer late resent SYN.
287  *      sES -> sES      :-)
288  *      sFW -> sCW      Normal close request answered by ACK.
289  *      sCW -> sCW
290  *      sLA -> sTW      Last ACK detected.
291  *      sTW -> sTW      Retransmitted last ACK.
292  *      sCL -> sCL
293  */
294 /*           sNO, sSS, sSR, sES, sFW, sCW, sLA, sTW, sCL, sLI   */
295 /*rst*/    { sIV, sCL, sCL, sCL, sCL, sCL, sCL, sCL, sCL, sIV },
296 /*none*/   { sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV, sIV }
297         }
298 };
299
300 static int tcp_pkt_to_tuple(const struct sk_buff *skb,
301                             unsigned int dataoff,
302                             struct nf_conntrack_tuple *tuple)
303 {
304         struct tcphdr _hdr, *hp;
305
306         /* Actually only need first 8 bytes. */
307         hp = skb_header_pointer(skb, dataoff, 8, &_hdr);
308         if (hp == NULL)
309                 return 0;
310
311         tuple->src.u.tcp.port = hp->source;
312         tuple->dst.u.tcp.port = hp->dest;
313
314         return 1;
315 }
316
317 static int tcp_invert_tuple(struct nf_conntrack_tuple *tuple,
318                             const struct nf_conntrack_tuple *orig)
319 {
320         tuple->src.u.tcp.port = orig->dst.u.tcp.port;
321         tuple->dst.u.tcp.port = orig->src.u.tcp.port;
322         return 1;
323 }
324
325 /* Print out the per-protocol part of the tuple. */
326 static int tcp_print_tuple(struct seq_file *s,
327                            const struct nf_conntrack_tuple *tuple)
328 {
329         return seq_printf(s, "sport=%hu dport=%hu ",
330                           ntohs(tuple->src.u.tcp.port),
331                           ntohs(tuple->dst.u.tcp.port));
332 }
333
334 /* Print out the private part of the conntrack. */
335 static int tcp_print_conntrack(struct seq_file *s,
336                                const struct nf_conn *conntrack)
337 {
338         enum tcp_conntrack state;
339
340         read_lock_bh(&tcp_lock);
341         state = conntrack->proto.tcp.state;
342         read_unlock_bh(&tcp_lock);
343
344         return seq_printf(s, "%s ", tcp_conntrack_names[state]);
345 }
346
347 static unsigned int get_conntrack_index(const struct tcphdr *tcph)
348 {
349         if (tcph->rst) return TCP_RST_SET;
350         else if (tcph->syn) return (tcph->ack ? TCP_SYNACK_SET : TCP_SYN_SET);
351         else if (tcph->fin) return TCP_FIN_SET;
352         else if (tcph->ack) return TCP_ACK_SET;
353         else return TCP_NONE_SET;
354 }
355
356 /* TCP connection tracking based on 'Real Stateful TCP Packet Filtering
357    in IP Filter' by Guido van Rooij.
358    
359    http://www.nluug.nl/events/sane2000/papers.html
360    http://www.iae.nl/users/guido/papers/tcp_filtering.ps.gz
361    
362    The boundaries and the conditions are changed according to RFC793:
363    the packet must intersect the window (i.e. segments may be
364    after the right or before the left edge) and thus receivers may ACK
365    segments after the right edge of the window.
366
367         td_maxend = max(sack + max(win,1)) seen in reply packets
368         td_maxwin = max(max(win, 1)) + (sack - ack) seen in sent packets
369         td_maxwin += seq + len - sender.td_maxend
370                         if seq + len > sender.td_maxend
371         td_end    = max(seq + len) seen in sent packets
372    
373    I.   Upper bound for valid data:     seq <= sender.td_maxend
374    II.  Lower bound for valid data:     seq + len >= sender.td_end - receiver.td_maxwin
375    III. Upper bound for valid ack:      sack <= receiver.td_end
376    IV.  Lower bound for valid ack:      ack >= receiver.td_end - MAXACKWINDOW
377
378    where sack is the highest right edge of sack block found in the packet.
379
380    The upper bound limit for a valid ack is not ignored - 
381    we doesn't have to deal with fragments. 
382 */
383
384 static inline __u32 segment_seq_plus_len(__u32 seq,
385                                          size_t len,
386                                          unsigned int dataoff,
387                                          struct tcphdr *tcph)
388 {
389         /* XXX Should I use payload length field in IP/IPv6 header ?
390          * - YK */
391         return (seq + len - dataoff - tcph->doff*4
392                 + (tcph->syn ? 1 : 0) + (tcph->fin ? 1 : 0));
393 }
394   
395 /* Fixme: what about big packets? */
396 #define MAXACKWINCONST                  66000
397 #define MAXACKWINDOW(sender)                                            \
398         ((sender)->td_maxwin > MAXACKWINCONST ? (sender)->td_maxwin     \
399                                               : MAXACKWINCONST)
400   
401 /*
402  * Simplified tcp_parse_options routine from tcp_input.c
403  */
404 static void tcp_options(const struct sk_buff *skb,
405                         unsigned int dataoff,
406                         struct tcphdr *tcph, 
407                         struct ip_ct_tcp_state *state)
408 {
409         unsigned char buff[(15 * 4) - sizeof(struct tcphdr)];
410         unsigned char *ptr;
411         int length = (tcph->doff*4) - sizeof(struct tcphdr);
412
413         if (!length)
414                 return;
415
416         ptr = skb_header_pointer(skb, dataoff + sizeof(struct tcphdr),
417                                  length, buff);
418         BUG_ON(ptr == NULL);
419
420         state->td_scale = 
421         state->flags = 0;
422
423         while (length > 0) {
424                 int opcode=*ptr++;
425                 int opsize;
426
427                 switch (opcode) {
428                 case TCPOPT_EOL:
429                         return;
430                 case TCPOPT_NOP:        /* Ref: RFC 793 section 3.1 */
431                         length--;
432                         continue;
433                 default:
434                         opsize=*ptr++;
435                         if (opsize < 2) /* "silly options" */
436                                 return;
437                         if (opsize > length)
438                                 break;  /* don't parse partial options */
439
440                         if (opcode == TCPOPT_SACK_PERM 
441                             && opsize == TCPOLEN_SACK_PERM)
442                                 state->flags |= IP_CT_TCP_FLAG_SACK_PERM;
443                         else if (opcode == TCPOPT_WINDOW
444                                  && opsize == TCPOLEN_WINDOW) {
445                                 state->td_scale = *(u_int8_t *)ptr;
446
447                                 if (state->td_scale > 14) {
448                                         /* See RFC1323 */
449                                         state->td_scale = 14;
450                                 }
451                                 state->flags |=
452                                         IP_CT_TCP_FLAG_WINDOW_SCALE;
453                         }
454                         ptr += opsize - 2;
455                         length -= opsize;
456                 }
457         }
458 }
459
460 static void tcp_sack(const struct sk_buff *skb, unsigned int dataoff,
461                      struct tcphdr *tcph, __u32 *sack)
462 {
463         unsigned char buff[(15 * 4) - sizeof(struct tcphdr)];
464         unsigned char *ptr;
465         int length = (tcph->doff*4) - sizeof(struct tcphdr);
466         __u32 tmp;
467
468         if (!length)
469                 return;
470
471         ptr = skb_header_pointer(skb, dataoff + sizeof(struct tcphdr),
472                                  length, buff);
473         BUG_ON(ptr == NULL);
474
475         /* Fast path for timestamp-only option */
476         if (length == TCPOLEN_TSTAMP_ALIGNED*4
477             && *(__u32 *)ptr ==
478                 __constant_ntohl((TCPOPT_NOP << 24) 
479                                  | (TCPOPT_NOP << 16)
480                                  | (TCPOPT_TIMESTAMP << 8)
481                                  | TCPOLEN_TIMESTAMP))
482                 return;
483
484         while (length > 0) {
485                 int opcode = *ptr++;
486                 int opsize, i;
487
488                 switch (opcode) {
489                 case TCPOPT_EOL:
490                         return;
491                 case TCPOPT_NOP:        /* Ref: RFC 793 section 3.1 */
492                         length--;
493                         continue;
494                 default:
495                         opsize = *ptr++;
496                         if (opsize < 2) /* "silly options" */
497                                 return;
498                         if (opsize > length)
499                                 break;  /* don't parse partial options */
500
501                         if (opcode == TCPOPT_SACK 
502                             && opsize >= (TCPOLEN_SACK_BASE 
503                                           + TCPOLEN_SACK_PERBLOCK)
504                             && !((opsize - TCPOLEN_SACK_BASE) 
505                                  % TCPOLEN_SACK_PERBLOCK)) {
506                                 for (i = 0;
507                                      i < (opsize - TCPOLEN_SACK_BASE);
508                                      i += TCPOLEN_SACK_PERBLOCK) {
509                                         memcpy(&tmp, (__u32 *)(ptr + i) + 1,
510                                                sizeof(__u32));
511                                         tmp = ntohl(tmp);
512
513                                         if (after(tmp, *sack))
514                                                 *sack = tmp;
515                                 }
516                                 return;
517                         }
518                         ptr += opsize - 2;
519                         length -= opsize;
520                 }
521         }
522 }
523
524 static int tcp_in_window(struct ip_ct_tcp *state, 
525                          enum ip_conntrack_dir dir,
526                          unsigned int index,
527                          const struct sk_buff *skb,
528                          unsigned int dataoff,
529                          struct tcphdr *tcph,
530                          int pf)
531 {
532         struct ip_ct_tcp_state *sender = &state->seen[dir];
533         struct ip_ct_tcp_state *receiver = &state->seen[!dir];
534         __u32 seq, ack, sack, end, win, swin;
535         int res;
536
537         /*
538          * Get the required data from the packet.
539          */
540         seq = ntohl(tcph->seq);
541         ack = sack = ntohl(tcph->ack_seq);
542         win = ntohs(tcph->window);
543         end = segment_seq_plus_len(seq, skb->len, dataoff, tcph);
544
545         if (receiver->flags & IP_CT_TCP_FLAG_SACK_PERM)
546                 tcp_sack(skb, dataoff, tcph, &sack);
547
548         DEBUGP("tcp_in_window: START\n");
549         DEBUGP("tcp_in_window: src=%u.%u.%u.%u:%hu dst=%u.%u.%u.%u:%hu "
550                "seq=%u ack=%u sack=%u win=%u end=%u\n",
551                 NIPQUAD(iph->saddr), ntohs(tcph->source), 
552                 NIPQUAD(iph->daddr), ntohs(tcph->dest),
553                 seq, ack, sack, win, end);
554         DEBUGP("tcp_in_window: sender end=%u maxend=%u maxwin=%u scale=%i "
555                "receiver end=%u maxend=%u maxwin=%u scale=%i\n",
556                 sender->td_end, sender->td_maxend, sender->td_maxwin,
557                 sender->td_scale, 
558                 receiver->td_end, receiver->td_maxend, receiver->td_maxwin, 
559                 receiver->td_scale);
560
561         if (sender->td_end == 0) {
562                 /*
563                  * Initialize sender data.
564                  */
565                 if (tcph->syn && tcph->ack) {
566                         /*
567                          * Outgoing SYN-ACK in reply to a SYN.
568                          */
569                         sender->td_end = 
570                         sender->td_maxend = end;
571                         sender->td_maxwin = (win == 0 ? 1 : win);
572
573                         tcp_options(skb, dataoff, tcph, sender);
574                         /* 
575                          * RFC 1323:
576                          * Both sides must send the Window Scale option
577                          * to enable window scaling in either direction.
578                          */
579                         if (!(sender->flags & IP_CT_TCP_FLAG_WINDOW_SCALE
580                               && receiver->flags & IP_CT_TCP_FLAG_WINDOW_SCALE))
581                                 sender->td_scale = 
582                                 receiver->td_scale = 0;
583                 } else {
584                         /*
585                          * We are in the middle of a connection,
586                          * its history is lost for us.
587                          * Let's try to use the data from the packet.
588                          */
589                         sender->td_end = end;
590                         sender->td_maxwin = (win == 0 ? 1 : win);
591                         sender->td_maxend = end + sender->td_maxwin;
592                 }
593         } else if (((state->state == TCP_CONNTRACK_SYN_SENT
594                      && dir == IP_CT_DIR_ORIGINAL)
595                    || (state->state == TCP_CONNTRACK_SYN_RECV
596                      && dir == IP_CT_DIR_REPLY))
597                    && after(end, sender->td_end)) {
598                 /*
599                  * RFC 793: "if a TCP is reinitialized ... then it need
600                  * not wait at all; it must only be sure to use sequence 
601                  * numbers larger than those recently used."
602                  */
603                 sender->td_end =
604                 sender->td_maxend = end;
605                 sender->td_maxwin = (win == 0 ? 1 : win);
606
607                 tcp_options(skb, dataoff, tcph, sender);
608         }
609
610         if (!(tcph->ack)) {
611                 /*
612                  * If there is no ACK, just pretend it was set and OK.
613                  */
614                 ack = sack = receiver->td_end;
615         } else if (((tcp_flag_word(tcph) & (TCP_FLAG_ACK|TCP_FLAG_RST)) == 
616                     (TCP_FLAG_ACK|TCP_FLAG_RST)) 
617                    && (ack == 0)) {
618                 /*
619                  * Broken TCP stacks, that set ACK in RST packets as well
620                  * with zero ack value.
621                  */
622                 ack = sack = receiver->td_end;
623         }
624
625         if (seq == end
626             && (!tcph->rst
627                 || (seq == 0 && state->state == TCP_CONNTRACK_SYN_SENT)))
628                 /*
629                  * Packets contains no data: we assume it is valid
630                  * and check the ack value only.
631                  * However RST segments are always validated by their
632                  * SEQ number, except when seq == 0 (reset sent answering
633                  * SYN.
634                  */
635                 seq = end = sender->td_end;
636
637         DEBUGP("tcp_in_window: src=%u.%u.%u.%u:%hu dst=%u.%u.%u.%u:%hu "
638                "seq=%u ack=%u sack =%u win=%u end=%u\n",
639                 NIPQUAD(iph->saddr), ntohs(tcph->source),
640                 NIPQUAD(iph->daddr), ntohs(tcph->dest),
641                 seq, ack, sack, win, end);
642         DEBUGP("tcp_in_window: sender end=%u maxend=%u maxwin=%u scale=%i "
643                "receiver end=%u maxend=%u maxwin=%u scale=%i\n",
644                 sender->td_end, sender->td_maxend, sender->td_maxwin,
645                 sender->td_scale, 
646                 receiver->td_end, receiver->td_maxend, receiver->td_maxwin,
647                 receiver->td_scale);
648
649         DEBUGP("tcp_in_window: I=%i II=%i III=%i IV=%i\n",
650                 before(seq, sender->td_maxend + 1),
651                 after(end, sender->td_end - receiver->td_maxwin - 1),
652                 before(sack, receiver->td_end + 1),
653                 after(ack, receiver->td_end - MAXACKWINDOW(sender)));
654
655         if (sender->loose || receiver->loose ||
656             (before(seq, sender->td_maxend + 1) &&
657              after(end, sender->td_end - receiver->td_maxwin - 1) &&
658              before(sack, receiver->td_end + 1) &&
659              after(ack, receiver->td_end - MAXACKWINDOW(sender)))) {
660                 /*
661                  * Take into account window scaling (RFC 1323).
662                  */
663                 if (!tcph->syn)
664                         win <<= sender->td_scale;
665
666                 /*
667                  * Update sender data.
668                  */
669                 swin = win + (sack - ack);
670                 if (sender->td_maxwin < swin)
671                         sender->td_maxwin = swin;
672                 if (after(end, sender->td_end))
673                         sender->td_end = end;
674                 /*
675                  * Update receiver data.
676                  */
677                 if (after(end, sender->td_maxend))
678                         receiver->td_maxwin += end - sender->td_maxend;
679                 if (after(sack + win, receiver->td_maxend - 1)) {
680                         receiver->td_maxend = sack + win;
681                         if (win == 0)
682                                 receiver->td_maxend++;
683                 }
684
685                 /* 
686                  * Check retransmissions.
687                  */
688                 if (index == TCP_ACK_SET) {
689                         if (state->last_dir == dir
690                             && state->last_seq == seq
691                             && state->last_ack == ack
692                             && state->last_end == end)
693                                 state->retrans++;
694                         else {
695                                 state->last_dir = dir;
696                                 state->last_seq = seq;
697                                 state->last_ack = ack;
698                                 state->last_end = end;
699                                 state->retrans = 0;
700                         }
701                 }
702                 /*
703                  * Close the window of disabled window tracking :-)
704                  */
705                 if (sender->loose)
706                         sender->loose--;
707
708                 res = 1;
709         } else {
710                 if (LOG_INVALID(IPPROTO_TCP))
711                         nf_log_packet(pf, 0, skb, NULL, NULL, NULL,
712                         "nf_ct_tcp: %s ",
713                         before(seq, sender->td_maxend + 1) ?
714                         after(end, sender->td_end - receiver->td_maxwin - 1) ?
715                         before(sack, receiver->td_end + 1) ?
716                         after(ack, receiver->td_end - MAXACKWINDOW(sender)) ? "BUG"
717                         : "ACK is under the lower bound (possible overly delayed ACK)"
718                         : "ACK is over the upper bound (ACKed data not seen yet)"
719                         : "SEQ is under the lower bound (already ACKed data retransmitted)"
720                         : "SEQ is over the upper bound (over the window of the receiver)");
721
722                 res = nf_ct_tcp_be_liberal;
723         }
724   
725         DEBUGP("tcp_in_window: res=%i sender end=%u maxend=%u maxwin=%u "
726                "receiver end=%u maxend=%u maxwin=%u\n",
727                 res, sender->td_end, sender->td_maxend, sender->td_maxwin, 
728                 receiver->td_end, receiver->td_maxend, receiver->td_maxwin);
729
730         return res;
731 }
732
733 #ifdef CONFIG_IP_NF_NAT_NEEDED
734 /* Update sender->td_end after NAT successfully mangled the packet */
735 /* Caller must linearize skb at tcp header. */
736 void nf_conntrack_tcp_update(struct sk_buff *skb,
737                              unsigned int dataoff,
738                              struct nf_conn *conntrack, 
739                              int dir)
740 {
741         struct tcphdr *tcph = (void *)skb->data + dataoff;
742         __u32 end;
743 #ifdef DEBUGP_VARS
744         struct ip_ct_tcp_state *sender = &conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[dir];
745         struct ip_ct_tcp_state *receiver = &conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[!dir];
746 #endif
747
748         end = segment_seq_plus_len(ntohl(tcph->seq), skb->len, dataoff, tcph);
749
750         write_lock_bh(&tcp_lock);
751         /*
752          * We have to worry for the ack in the reply packet only...
753          */
754         if (after(end, conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[dir].td_end))
755                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[dir].td_end = end;
756         conntrack->proto.tcp.last_end = end;
757         write_unlock_bh(&tcp_lock);
758         DEBUGP("tcp_update: sender end=%u maxend=%u maxwin=%u scale=%i "
759                "receiver end=%u maxend=%u maxwin=%u scale=%i\n",
760                 sender->td_end, sender->td_maxend, sender->td_maxwin,
761                 sender->td_scale, 
762                 receiver->td_end, receiver->td_maxend, receiver->td_maxwin,
763                 receiver->td_scale);
764 }
765  
766 #endif
767
768 #define TH_FIN  0x01
769 #define TH_SYN  0x02
770 #define TH_RST  0x04
771 #define TH_PUSH 0x08
772 #define TH_ACK  0x10
773 #define TH_URG  0x20
774 #define TH_ECE  0x40
775 #define TH_CWR  0x80
776
777 /* table of valid flag combinations - ECE and CWR are always valid */
778 static u8 tcp_valid_flags[(TH_FIN|TH_SYN|TH_RST|TH_PUSH|TH_ACK|TH_URG) + 1] =
779 {
780         [TH_SYN]                        = 1,
781         [TH_SYN|TH_ACK]                 = 1,
782         [TH_SYN|TH_ACK|TH_PUSH]         = 1,
783         [TH_RST]                        = 1,
784         [TH_RST|TH_ACK]                 = 1,
785         [TH_RST|TH_ACK|TH_PUSH]         = 1,
786         [TH_FIN|TH_ACK]                 = 1,
787         [TH_ACK]                        = 1,
788         [TH_ACK|TH_PUSH]                = 1,
789         [TH_ACK|TH_URG]                 = 1,
790         [TH_ACK|TH_URG|TH_PUSH]         = 1,
791         [TH_FIN|TH_ACK|TH_PUSH]         = 1,
792         [TH_FIN|TH_ACK|TH_URG]          = 1,
793         [TH_FIN|TH_ACK|TH_URG|TH_PUSH]  = 1,
794 };
795
796 /* Protect conntrack agaist broken packets. Code taken from ipt_unclean.c.  */
797 static int tcp_error(struct sk_buff *skb,
798                      unsigned int dataoff,
799                      enum ip_conntrack_info *ctinfo,
800                      int pf,
801                      unsigned int hooknum,
802                      int(*csum)(const struct sk_buff *,unsigned int))
803 {
804         struct tcphdr _tcph, *th;
805         unsigned int tcplen = skb->len - dataoff;
806         u_int8_t tcpflags;
807
808         /* Smaller that minimal TCP header? */
809         th = skb_header_pointer(skb, dataoff, sizeof(_tcph), &_tcph);
810         if (th == NULL) {
811                 if (LOG_INVALID(IPPROTO_TCP))
812                         nf_log_packet(pf, 0, skb, NULL, NULL, NULL,
813                                 "nf_ct_tcp: short packet ");
814                 return -NF_ACCEPT;
815         }
816   
817         /* Not whole TCP header or malformed packet */
818         if (th->doff*4 < sizeof(struct tcphdr) || tcplen < th->doff*4) {
819                 if (LOG_INVALID(IPPROTO_TCP))
820                         nf_log_packet(pf, 0, skb, NULL, NULL, NULL,
821                                 "nf_ct_tcp: truncated/malformed packet ");
822                 return -NF_ACCEPT;
823         }
824   
825         /* Checksum invalid? Ignore.
826          * We skip checking packets on the outgoing path
827          * because the semantic of CHECKSUM_HW is different there 
828          * and moreover root might send raw packets.
829          */
830         /* FIXME: Source route IP option packets --RR */
831         if (((pf == PF_INET && hooknum == NF_IP_PRE_ROUTING) ||
832              (pf == PF_INET6 && hooknum  == NF_IP6_PRE_ROUTING))
833             && skb->ip_summed != CHECKSUM_UNNECESSARY
834             && csum(skb, dataoff)) {
835                 if (LOG_INVALID(IPPROTO_TCP))
836                         nf_log_packet(pf, 0, skb, NULL, NULL, NULL,
837                                   "nf_ct_tcp: bad TCP checksum ");
838                 return -NF_ACCEPT;
839         }
840
841         /* Check TCP flags. */
842         tcpflags = (((u_int8_t *)th)[13] & ~(TH_ECE|TH_CWR));
843         if (!tcp_valid_flags[tcpflags]) {
844                 if (LOG_INVALID(IPPROTO_TCP))
845                         nf_log_packet(pf, 0, skb, NULL, NULL, NULL,
846                                   "nf_ct_tcp: invalid TCP flag combination ");
847                 return -NF_ACCEPT;
848         }
849
850         return NF_ACCEPT;
851 }
852
853 static int csum4(const struct sk_buff *skb, unsigned int dataoff)
854 {
855         return csum_tcpudp_magic(skb->nh.iph->saddr, skb->nh.iph->daddr,
856                                  skb->len - dataoff, IPPROTO_TCP,
857                                  skb->ip_summed == CHECKSUM_HW ? skb->csum
858                                  : skb_checksum(skb, dataoff,
859                                                 skb->len - dataoff, 0));
860 }
861
862 static int csum6(const struct sk_buff *skb, unsigned int dataoff)
863 {
864         return csum_ipv6_magic(&skb->nh.ipv6h->saddr, &skb->nh.ipv6h->daddr,
865                                skb->len - dataoff, IPPROTO_TCP,
866                                skb->ip_summed == CHECKSUM_HW ? skb->csum
867                                : skb_checksum(skb, dataoff, skb->len - dataoff,
868                                               0));
869 }
870
871 static int tcp_error4(struct sk_buff *skb,
872                       unsigned int dataoff,
873                       enum ip_conntrack_info *ctinfo,
874                       int pf,
875                       unsigned int hooknum)
876 {
877         return tcp_error(skb, dataoff, ctinfo, pf, hooknum, csum4);
878 }
879
880 static int tcp_error6(struct sk_buff *skb,
881                       unsigned int dataoff,
882                       enum ip_conntrack_info *ctinfo,
883                       int pf,
884                       unsigned int hooknum)
885 {
886         return tcp_error(skb, dataoff, ctinfo, pf, hooknum, csum6);
887 }
888
889 /* Returns verdict for packet, or -1 for invalid. */
890 static int tcp_packet(struct nf_conn *conntrack,
891                       const struct sk_buff *skb,
892                       unsigned int dataoff,
893                       enum ip_conntrack_info ctinfo,
894                       int pf,
895                       unsigned int hooknum)
896 {
897         enum tcp_conntrack new_state, old_state;
898         enum ip_conntrack_dir dir;
899         struct tcphdr *th, _tcph;
900         unsigned long timeout;
901         unsigned int index;
902
903         th = skb_header_pointer(skb, dataoff, sizeof(_tcph), &_tcph);
904         BUG_ON(th == NULL);
905
906         write_lock_bh(&tcp_lock);
907         old_state = conntrack->proto.tcp.state;
908         dir = CTINFO2DIR(ctinfo);
909         index = get_conntrack_index(th);
910         new_state = tcp_conntracks[dir][index][old_state];
911
912         switch (new_state) {
913         case TCP_CONNTRACK_IGNORE:
914                 /* Either SYN in ORIGINAL
915                  * or SYN/ACK in REPLY. */
916                 if (index == TCP_SYNACK_SET
917                     && conntrack->proto.tcp.last_index == TCP_SYN_SET
918                     && conntrack->proto.tcp.last_dir != dir
919                     && ntohl(th->ack_seq) ==
920                              conntrack->proto.tcp.last_end) {
921                         /* This SYN/ACK acknowledges a SYN that we earlier 
922                          * ignored as invalid. This means that the client and
923                          * the server are both in sync, while the firewall is
924                          * not. We kill this session and block the SYN/ACK so
925                          * that the client cannot but retransmit its SYN and 
926                          * thus initiate a clean new session.
927                          */
928                         write_unlock_bh(&tcp_lock);
929                         if (LOG_INVALID(IPPROTO_TCP))
930                                 nf_log_packet(pf, 0, skb, NULL, NULL, NULL,
931                                           "nf_ct_tcp: killing out of sync session ");
932                         if (del_timer(&conntrack->timeout))
933                                 conntrack->timeout.function((unsigned long)
934                                                             conntrack);
935                         return -NF_DROP;
936                 }
937                 conntrack->proto.tcp.last_index = index;
938                 conntrack->proto.tcp.last_dir = dir;
939                 conntrack->proto.tcp.last_seq = ntohl(th->seq);
940                 conntrack->proto.tcp.last_end =
941                     segment_seq_plus_len(ntohl(th->seq), skb->len, dataoff, th);
942
943                 write_unlock_bh(&tcp_lock);
944                 if (LOG_INVALID(IPPROTO_TCP))
945                         nf_log_packet(pf, 0, skb, NULL, NULL, NULL,
946                                   "nf_ct_tcp: invalid packed ignored ");
947                 return NF_ACCEPT;
948         case TCP_CONNTRACK_MAX:
949                 /* Invalid packet */
950                 DEBUGP("nf_ct_tcp: Invalid dir=%i index=%u ostate=%u\n",
951                        dir, get_conntrack_index(th),
952                        old_state);
953                 write_unlock_bh(&tcp_lock);
954                 if (LOG_INVALID(IPPROTO_TCP))
955                         nf_log_packet(pf, 0, skb, NULL, NULL, NULL,
956                                   "nf_ct_tcp: invalid state ");
957                 return -NF_ACCEPT;
958         case TCP_CONNTRACK_SYN_SENT:
959                 if (old_state < TCP_CONNTRACK_TIME_WAIT)
960                         break;
961                 if ((conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[dir].flags &
962                         IP_CT_TCP_FLAG_CLOSE_INIT)
963                     || after(ntohl(th->seq),
964                              conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[dir].td_end)) {
965                         /* Attempt to reopen a closed connection.
966                         * Delete this connection and look up again. */
967                         write_unlock_bh(&tcp_lock);
968                         if (del_timer(&conntrack->timeout))
969                                 conntrack->timeout.function((unsigned long)
970                                                             conntrack);
971                         return -NF_REPEAT;
972                 }
973         case TCP_CONNTRACK_CLOSE:
974                 if (index == TCP_RST_SET
975                     && test_bit(IPS_SEEN_REPLY_BIT, &conntrack->status)
976                     && conntrack->proto.tcp.last_index == TCP_SYN_SET
977                     && ntohl(th->ack_seq) == conntrack->proto.tcp.last_end) {
978                         /* RST sent to invalid SYN we had let trough
979                          * SYN was in window then, tear down connection.
980                          * We skip window checking, because packet might ACK
981                          * segments we ignored in the SYN. */
982                         goto in_window;
983                 }
984                 /* Just fall trough */
985         default:
986                 /* Keep compilers happy. */
987                 break;
988         }
989
990         if (!tcp_in_window(&conntrack->proto.tcp, dir, index,
991                            skb, dataoff, th, pf)) {
992                 write_unlock_bh(&tcp_lock);
993                 return -NF_ACCEPT;
994         }
995      in_window:
996         /* From now on we have got in-window packets */
997         conntrack->proto.tcp.last_index = index;
998
999         DEBUGP("tcp_conntracks: src=%u.%u.%u.%u:%hu dst=%u.%u.%u.%u:%hu "
1000                "syn=%i ack=%i fin=%i rst=%i old=%i new=%i\n",
1001                 NIPQUAD(iph->saddr), ntohs(th->source),
1002                 NIPQUAD(iph->daddr), ntohs(th->dest),
1003                 (th->syn ? 1 : 0), (th->ack ? 1 : 0),
1004                 (th->fin ? 1 : 0), (th->rst ? 1 : 0),
1005                 old_state, new_state);
1006
1007         conntrack->proto.tcp.state = new_state;
1008         if (old_state != new_state
1009             && (new_state == TCP_CONNTRACK_FIN_WAIT
1010                 || new_state == TCP_CONNTRACK_CLOSE))
1011                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[dir].flags |= IP_CT_TCP_FLAG_CLOSE_INIT;
1012         timeout = conntrack->proto.tcp.retrans >= nf_ct_tcp_max_retrans
1013                   && *tcp_timeouts[new_state] > nf_ct_tcp_timeout_max_retrans
1014                   ? nf_ct_tcp_timeout_max_retrans : *tcp_timeouts[new_state];
1015         write_unlock_bh(&tcp_lock);
1016
1017         nf_conntrack_event_cache(IPCT_PROTOINFO_VOLATILE, skb);
1018         if (new_state != old_state)
1019                 nf_conntrack_event_cache(IPCT_PROTOINFO, skb);
1020
1021         if (!test_bit(IPS_SEEN_REPLY_BIT, &conntrack->status)) {
1022                 /* If only reply is a RST, we can consider ourselves not to
1023                    have an established connection: this is a fairly common
1024                    problem case, so we can delete the conntrack
1025                    immediately.  --RR */
1026                 if (th->rst) {
1027                         if (del_timer(&conntrack->timeout))
1028                                 conntrack->timeout.function((unsigned long)
1029                                                             conntrack);
1030                         return NF_ACCEPT;
1031                 }
1032         } else if (!test_bit(IPS_ASSURED_BIT, &conntrack->status)
1033                    && (old_state == TCP_CONNTRACK_SYN_RECV
1034                        || old_state == TCP_CONNTRACK_ESTABLISHED)
1035                    && new_state == TCP_CONNTRACK_ESTABLISHED) {
1036                 /* Set ASSURED if we see see valid ack in ESTABLISHED 
1037                    after SYN_RECV or a valid answer for a picked up 
1038                    connection. */
1039                 set_bit(IPS_ASSURED_BIT, &conntrack->status);
1040                 nf_conntrack_event_cache(IPCT_STATUS, skb);
1041         }
1042         nf_ct_refresh_acct(conntrack, ctinfo, skb, timeout);
1043
1044         return NF_ACCEPT;
1045 }
1046  
1047 /* Called when a new connection for this protocol found. */
1048 static int tcp_new(struct nf_conn *conntrack,
1049                    const struct sk_buff *skb,
1050                    unsigned int dataoff)
1051 {
1052         enum tcp_conntrack new_state;
1053         struct tcphdr *th, _tcph;
1054 #ifdef DEBUGP_VARS
1055         struct ip_ct_tcp_state *sender = &conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0];
1056         struct ip_ct_tcp_state *receiver = &conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[1];
1057 #endif
1058
1059         th = skb_header_pointer(skb, dataoff, sizeof(_tcph), &_tcph);
1060         BUG_ON(th == NULL);
1061
1062         /* Don't need lock here: this conntrack not in circulation yet */
1063         new_state
1064                 = tcp_conntracks[0][get_conntrack_index(th)]
1065                 [TCP_CONNTRACK_NONE];
1066
1067         /* Invalid: delete conntrack */
1068         if (new_state >= TCP_CONNTRACK_MAX) {
1069                 DEBUGP("nf_ct_tcp: invalid new deleting.\n");
1070                 return 0;
1071         }
1072
1073         if (new_state == TCP_CONNTRACK_SYN_SENT) {
1074                 /* SYN packet */
1075                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].td_end =
1076                         segment_seq_plus_len(ntohl(th->seq), skb->len,
1077                                              dataoff, th);
1078                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].td_maxwin = ntohs(th->window);
1079                 if (conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].td_maxwin == 0)
1080                         conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].td_maxwin = 1;
1081                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].td_maxend =
1082                         conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].td_end;
1083
1084                 tcp_options(skb, dataoff, th, &conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0]);
1085                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[1].flags = 0;
1086                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].loose = 
1087                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[1].loose = 0;
1088         } else if (nf_ct_tcp_loose == 0) {
1089                 /* Don't try to pick up connections. */
1090                 return 0;
1091         } else {
1092                 /*
1093                  * We are in the middle of a connection,
1094                  * its history is lost for us.
1095                  * Let's try to use the data from the packet.
1096                  */
1097                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].td_end =
1098                         segment_seq_plus_len(ntohl(th->seq), skb->len,
1099                                              dataoff, th);
1100                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].td_maxwin = ntohs(th->window);
1101                 if (conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].td_maxwin == 0)
1102                         conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].td_maxwin = 1;
1103                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].td_maxend =
1104                         conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].td_end + 
1105                         conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].td_maxwin;
1106                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].td_scale = 0;
1107
1108                 /* We assume SACK. Should we assume window scaling too? */
1109                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].flags =
1110                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[1].flags = IP_CT_TCP_FLAG_SACK_PERM;
1111                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[0].loose = 
1112                 conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[1].loose = nf_ct_tcp_loose;
1113         }
1114     
1115         conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[1].td_end = 0;
1116         conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[1].td_maxend = 0;
1117         conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[1].td_maxwin = 1;
1118         conntrack->proto.tcp.seen[1].td_scale = 0;      
1119
1120         /* tcp_packet will set them */
1121         conntrack->proto.tcp.state = TCP_CONNTRACK_NONE;
1122         conntrack->proto.tcp.last_index = TCP_NONE_SET;
1123          
1124         DEBUGP("tcp_new: sender end=%u maxend=%u maxwin=%u scale=%i "
1125                "receiver end=%u maxend=%u maxwin=%u scale=%i\n",
1126                 sender->td_end, sender->td_maxend, sender->td_maxwin,
1127                 sender->td_scale, 
1128                 receiver->td_end, receiver->td_maxend, receiver->td_maxwin,
1129                 receiver->td_scale);
1130         return 1;
1131 }
1132   
1133 struct nf_conntrack_protocol nf_conntrack_protocol_tcp4 =
1134 {
1135         .l3proto                = PF_INET,
1136         .proto                  = IPPROTO_TCP,
1137         .name                   = "tcp",
1138         .pkt_to_tuple           = tcp_pkt_to_tuple,
1139         .invert_tuple           = tcp_invert_tuple,
1140         .print_tuple            = tcp_print_tuple,
1141         .print_conntrack        = tcp_print_conntrack,
1142         .packet                 = tcp_packet,
1143         .new                    = tcp_new,
1144         .error                  = tcp_error4,
1145 };
1146
1147 struct nf_conntrack_protocol nf_conntrack_protocol_tcp6 =
1148 {
1149         .l3proto                = PF_INET6,
1150         .proto                  = IPPROTO_TCP,
1151         .name                   = "tcp",
1152         .pkt_to_tuple           = tcp_pkt_to_tuple,
1153         .invert_tuple           = tcp_invert_tuple,
1154         .print_tuple            = tcp_print_tuple,
1155         .print_conntrack        = tcp_print_conntrack,
1156         .packet                 = tcp_packet,
1157         .new                    = tcp_new,
1158         .error                  = tcp_error6,
1159 };
1160
1161 EXPORT_SYMBOL(nf_conntrack_protocol_tcp4);
1162 EXPORT_SYMBOL(nf_conntrack_protocol_tcp6);