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#ifndef H_BLE_LL_CONN_
#define H_BLE_LL_CONN_
#include "os/os.h"
#include "nimble/ble.h"
#include "nimble/hci_common.h"
#include "nimble/nimble_npl.h"
#include "controller/ble_ll_sched.h"
#include "controller/ble_ll_ctrl.h"
#include "controller/ble_phy.h"
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
/* Roles */
/* Connection states */
/* Channel map size */
/* Definitions for source clock accuracy */
#define BLE_MASTER_SCA_251_500_PPM (0)
#define BLE_MASTER_SCA_151_250_PPM (1)
#define BLE_MASTER_SCA_101_150_PPM (2)
#define BLE_MASTER_SCA_76_100_PPM (3)
#define BLE_MASTER_SCA_51_75_PPM (4)
#define BLE_MASTER_SCA_31_50_PPM (5)
#define BLE_MASTER_SCA_21_30_PPM (6)
#define BLE_MASTER_SCA_0_20_PPM (7)
/* Definition for RSSI when the RSSI is unknown */
* Encryption states for a connection
* NOTE: the states are ordered so that we can check to see if the state
* is greater than ENCRYPTED. If so, it means that the start or pause
* encryption procedure is running and we should not send data pdu's.
enum conn_enc_state {
* Note that the LTK is the key, the SDK is the plain text, and the
* session key is the cipher text portion of the encryption block.
* NOTE: we have intentionally violated the specification by making the
* transmit and receive packet counters 32-bits as opposed to 39 (as per the
* specification). We do this to save code space, ram and calculation time. The
* only drawback is that any encrypted connection that sends more than 2^32
* packets will suffer a MIC failure and thus be disconnected.
struct ble_ll_conn_enc_data
uint8_t enc_state;
uint8_t tx_encrypted;
uint16_t enc_div;
uint32_t tx_pkt_cntr;
uint32_t rx_pkt_cntr;
uint64_t host_rand_num;
uint8_t iv[8];
struct ble_encryption_block enc_block;
/* Connection state machine flags. */
union ble_ll_conn_sm_flags {
struct {
uint32_t pkt_rxd:1;
uint32_t terminate_ind_txd:1;
uint32_t terminate_ind_rxd:1;
uint32_t terminate_ind_rxd_acked:1;
uint32_t allow_slave_latency:1;
uint32_t slave_set_last_anchor:1;
uint32_t awaiting_host_reply:1;
uint32_t terminate_started:1;
uint32_t conn_update_sched:1;
uint32_t host_expects_upd_event:1;
uint32_t version_ind_sent:1;
uint32_t rxd_version_ind:1;
uint32_t chanmap_update_scheduled:1;
uint32_t conn_empty_pdu_txd:1;
uint32_t last_txd_md:1;
uint32_t conn_req_txd:1;
uint32_t send_ltk_req:1;
uint32_t encrypted:1;
uint32_t encrypt_chg_sent:1;
uint32_t le_ping_supp:1;
uint32_t csa2_supp:1;
uint32_t host_phy_update: 1;
uint32_t phy_update_sched: 1;
uint32_t ctrlr_phy_update: 1;
uint32_t phy_update_event: 1;
uint32_t peer_phy_update: 1; /* XXX:combine with ctrlr udpate bit? */
uint32_t aux_conn_req: 1;
uint32_t rxd_features:1;
uint32_t pending_hci_rd_features:1;
uint32_t pending_initiate_dle:1;
} cfbit;
uint32_t conn_flags;
} __attribute__((packed));
* Structure used for PHY data inside a connection.
* NOTE: the new phy's are the phys we will change to when a phy update
* procedure is ongoing and the event counter hits the instant.
* tx_phy_mode: chip specific phy mode for tx
* rx_phy_mode: chip specific phy mode for rx
* cur_tx_phy: value denoting current tx_phy (not a bitmask!)
* cur_rx_phy: value denoting current rx phy (not a bitmask!)
* new_tx_phy: value denoting new tx_phy (not a bitmask!)
* new_rx_phy: value denoting new rx phy (not a bitmask!)
* req_pref_tx_phy: tx phy sent in a phy request (may be different than host)
* req_pref_rx_phy: rx phy sent in a phy request (may be different than host)
* host_pref_tx_phys: bitmask of preferred transmit PHYs sent by host
* host_pref_rx_phys: bitmask of preferred receive PHYs sent by host
* phy_options: preferred phy options for coded phy
struct ble_ll_conn_phy_data
uint32_t tx_phy_mode: 2;
uint32_t rx_phy_mode: 2;
uint32_t cur_tx_phy: 2;
uint32_t cur_rx_phy: 2;
uint32_t new_tx_phy: 2;
uint32_t new_rx_phy: 2;
uint32_t host_pref_tx_phys_mask: 3;
uint32_t host_pref_rx_phys_mask: 3;
uint32_t req_pref_tx_phys_mask: 3;
uint32_t req_pref_rx_phys_mask: 3;
uint32_t phy_options: 2;
} __attribute__((packed));
#define CONN_CUR_TX_PHY_MASK(csm) (1 << ((csm)->phy_data.cur_tx_phy - 1))
#define CONN_CUR_RX_PHY_MASK(csm) (1 << ((csm)->phy_data.cur_rx_phy - 1))
struct hci_conn_update
uint16_t handle;
uint16_t conn_itvl_min;
uint16_t conn_itvl_max;
uint16_t conn_latency;
uint16_t supervision_timeout;
uint16_t min_ce_len;
uint16_t max_ce_len;
struct hci_ext_conn_params
uint16_t scan_itvl;
uint16_t scan_window;
uint32_t conn_itvl;
uint16_t conn_itvl_ticks;
uint8_t conn_itvl_usecs;
uint16_t conn_latency;
uint16_t supervision_timeout;
uint16_t min_ce_len;
uint16_t max_ce_len;
struct hci_ext_create_conn
uint8_t filter_policy;
uint8_t own_addr_type;
uint8_t peer_addr_type;
uint8_t peer_addr[BLE_DEV_ADDR_LEN];
uint8_t init_phy_mask;
struct hci_ext_conn_params params[3];
/* Connection state machine */
struct ble_ll_conn_sm
/* Connection state machine flags */
union ble_ll_conn_sm_flags csmflags;
/* Current connection handle, state and role */
uint16_t conn_handle;
uint8_t conn_state;
uint8_t conn_role; /* Can possibly be 1 bit */
/* RSSI */
int8_t conn_rssi;
/* For privacy */
int8_t rpa_index;
/* Connection data length management */
uint8_t max_tx_octets;
uint8_t max_rx_octets;
uint8_t rem_max_tx_octets;
uint8_t rem_max_rx_octets;
uint8_t eff_max_tx_octets;
uint8_t eff_max_rx_octets;
uint16_t max_tx_time;
uint16_t max_rx_time;
uint16_t rem_max_tx_time;
uint16_t rem_max_rx_time;
uint16_t eff_max_tx_time;
uint16_t eff_max_rx_time;
uint8_t max_tx_octets_phy_mode[BLE_PHY_NUM_MODE];
uint16_t host_req_max_tx_time;
struct ble_ll_conn_phy_data phy_data;
uint16_t phy_instant;
uint8_t phy_tx_transition;
/* Used to calculate data channel index for connection */
uint8_t chanmap[BLE_LL_CONN_CHMAP_LEN];
uint8_t req_chanmap[BLE_LL_CONN_CHMAP_LEN];
uint16_t chanmap_instant;
uint16_t channel_id; /* TODO could be union with hop and last chan used */
uint8_t hop_inc;
uint8_t data_chan_index;
uint8_t last_unmapped_chan;
uint8_t num_used_chans;
uint8_t period_occ_mask; /* mask: period 0 = 0x01, period 3 = 0x08 */
/* Ack/Flow Control */
uint8_t tx_seqnum; /* note: can be 1 bit */
uint8_t next_exp_seqnum; /* note: can be 1 bit */
uint8_t cons_rxd_bad_crc; /* note: can be 1 bit */
uint8_t last_rxd_sn; /* note: cant be 1 bit given current code */
uint8_t last_rxd_hdr_byte; /* note: possibly can make 1 bit since we
only use the MD bit now */
uint16_t cth_flow_pending;
/* connection event mgmt */
uint8_t reject_reason;
uint8_t host_reply_opcode;
uint8_t master_sca;
uint8_t tx_win_size;
uint8_t cur_ctrl_proc;
uint8_t disconnect_reason;
uint8_t rxd_disconnect_reason;
uint8_t vers_nr;
uint8_t conn_features;
uint8_t remote_features[7];
uint16_t pending_ctrl_procs;
uint16_t event_cntr;
uint16_t completed_pkts;
uint16_t comp_id;
uint16_t sub_vers_nr;
uint16_t auth_pyld_tmo; /* could be ifdef'd. 10 msec units */
uint32_t access_addr;
uint32_t crcinit; /* only low 24 bits used */
/* XXX: do we need ce_end_time? Cant this be sched end time? */
uint32_t ce_end_time; /* cputime at which connection event should end */
uint32_t terminate_timeout;
uint32_t last_scheduled;
/* Connection timing */
uint16_t conn_itvl;
uint16_t slave_latency;
uint16_t supervision_tmo;
uint16_t min_ce_len;
uint16_t max_ce_len;
uint16_t tx_win_off;
uint32_t anchor_point;
uint8_t anchor_point_usecs; /* XXX: can this be uint8_t ?*/
uint8_t conn_itvl_usecs;
uint32_t conn_itvl_ticks;
uint32_t last_anchor_point; /* Slave only */
uint32_t slave_cur_tx_win_usecs;
uint32_t slave_cur_window_widening;
uint32_t last_rxd_pdu_cputime; /* Used exclusively for supervision timer */
* Used to mark that identity address was used as InitA
uint8_t inita_identity_used;
/* address information */
uint8_t own_addr_type;
uint8_t peer_addr_type;
uint8_t peer_addr[BLE_DEV_ADDR_LEN];
* XXX: TODO. Could save memory. Have single event at LL and put these
* on a singly linked list. Only would need list pointer here.
/* Connection end event */
struct ble_npl_event conn_ev_end;
/* Packet transmit queue */
struct os_mbuf *cur_tx_pdu;
STAILQ_HEAD(conn_txq_head, os_mbuf_pkthdr) conn_txq;
/* List entry for active/free connection pools */
union {
SLIST_ENTRY(ble_ll_conn_sm) act_sle;
STAILQ_ENTRY(ble_ll_conn_sm) free_stqe;
/* LL control procedure response timer */
struct ble_npl_callout ctrl_proc_rsp_timer;
/* For scheduling connections */
struct ble_ll_sched_item conn_sch;
struct ble_npl_callout auth_pyld_timer;
* XXX: a note on all these structures for control procedures. First off,
* all of these need to be ifdef'd to save memory. Another thing to
* consider is this: since most control procedures can only run when no
* others are running, can I use just one structure (a union)? Should I
* allocate these from a pool? Not sure what to do. For now, I just use
* a large chunk of memory per connection.
struct ble_ll_conn_enc_data enc_data;
* For connection update procedure. XXX: can make this a pointer and
* malloc it if we want to save space.
struct hci_conn_update conn_param_req;
/* For connection update procedure */
struct ble_ll_conn_upd_req conn_update_req;
/* XXX: for now, just store them all */
struct ble_ll_conn_params conn_cp;
struct ble_ll_scan_sm *scansm;
struct hci_ext_create_conn initial_params;
uint8_t sync_transfer_mode;
uint16_t sync_transfer_skip;
uint32_t sync_transfer_sync_timeout;
/* Flags */
#define CONN_F_UPDATE_SCHED(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.conn_update_sched)
#define CONN_F_EMPTY_PDU_TXD(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.conn_empty_pdu_txd)
#define CONN_F_LAST_TXD_MD(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.last_txd_md)
#define CONN_F_CONN_REQ_TXD(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.conn_req_txd)
#define CONN_F_ENCRYPTED(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.encrypted)
#define CONN_F_ENC_CHANGE_SENT(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.encrypt_chg_sent)
#define CONN_F_LE_PING_SUPP(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.le_ping_supp)
#define CONN_F_TERMINATE_STARTED(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.terminate_started)
#define CONN_F_CSA2_SUPP(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.csa2_supp)
#define CONN_F_HOST_PHY_UPDATE(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.host_phy_update)
#define CONN_F_PHY_UPDATE_SCHED(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.phy_update_sched)
#define CONN_F_CTRLR_PHY_UPDATE(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.ctrlr_phy_update)
#define CONN_F_PHY_UPDATE_EVENT(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.phy_update_event)
#define CONN_F_PEER_PHY_UPDATE(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.peer_phy_update)
#define CONN_F_AUX_CONN_REQ(csm) ((csm)->csmflags.cfbit.aux_conn_req)
/* Role */
#define CONN_IS_MASTER(csm) (csm->conn_role == BLE_LL_CONN_ROLE_MASTER)
#define CONN_IS_SLAVE(csm) (csm->conn_role == BLE_LL_CONN_ROLE_SLAVE)
* Given a handle, returns an active connection state machine (or NULL if the
* handle does not exist
struct ble_ll_conn_sm *ble_ll_conn_find_active_conn(uint16_t handle);
/* required for unit testing */
uint8_t ble_ll_conn_calc_dci(struct ble_ll_conn_sm *conn, uint16_t latency);
/* used to get anchor point for connection event specified */
void ble_ll_conn_get_anchor(struct ble_ll_conn_sm *connsm, uint16_t conn_event,
uint32_t *anchor, uint8_t *anchor_usecs);
#ifdef __cplusplus
#endif /* H_BLE_LL_CONN_ */