1: /*	@(#)if_qt.c	1.2 (2.11BSD) 2/20/93
   2:  *
   3:  * Modification History
   4:  * 23-Feb-92 -- sms
   5:  *	Rewrite the buffer handling so that fewer than the maximum number of
   6:  *	buffers may be used (32 receive and 12 transmit buffers consume 66+kb
   7:  *	of main system memory in addition to the internal structures in the
   8:  *	networking code).  A freelist of available buffers is maintained now.
   9:  *	When I/O operations complete the associated buffer is placed on the
  10:  *	freelist (a single linked list for simplicity) and when an I/O is
  11:  *	started a buffer is pulled off the list.
  12:  *
  13:  * 20-Feb-92 -- sms
  14:  *	It works!  Darned board couldn't handle "short" rings - those rings
  15:  *	where only half the entries were made available to the board (the
  16:  *	ring descriptors were the full size, merely half the entries were
  17:  * 	flagged as belonging always to the driver).  Grrrr.  Would have thought
  18:  *	the board could skip over those entries reserved by the driver.
  19:  *	Now to find a way not to have to allocated 32+12 times 1.5kb worth of
  20:  *	buffers...
  21:  *
  22:  * 03-Feb-92 -- sms
  23:  *	Released but still not working.  The driver now responds to arp and
  24:  *	ping requests.  The board is apparently not returning ring descriptors
  25:  *	to the driver so eventually we run out of buffers.  Back to the
  26:  *	drawing board.
  27:  *
  28:  * 28-Dec-92 -- sms
  29:  *	Still not released.  Hiatus in finding free time and thin-netting
  30:  *	the systems (many thanks Terry!).
  31:  *	Added logic to dynamically allocate a vector and initialize it.
  32:  *
  33:  * 23-Oct-92 -- sms
  34:  *	The INIT block must (apparently) be quadword aligned [no thanks to
  35:  *	the manual for not mentioning that fact].  The necessary alignment
  36:  *	is achieved by allocating the INIT block from main memory ('malloc'
  37:  *	guarantees click alignment) and mapping it as needed (which is _very_
  38:  *	infrequently).  A check for quadword alignment of the ring descriptors
  39:  *	was added - at present the descriptors are properly aligned, if this
  40:  *	should change then something will have to be done (like do it "right").
  41:  *	Darned alignment restrictions!
  42:  *
  43:  *	A couple of typos were corrected (missing parentheses, reversed
  44:  *	arguments to printf calls, etc).
  45:  *
  46:  * 13-Oct-92 -- sms@wlv.iipo.gtegsc.com
  47:  *	Created based on the DELQA-PLUS addendum to DELQA User's Guide.
  48:  *	This driver ('qt') is selected at system configuration time.  If the
  49:  *	board *	is not a DELQA-YM an error message will be printed and the
  50:  *	interface will not be attached.
  51: */
  52: 
  53: #include "qt.h"
  54: #if NQT > 0
  55: 
  56: #include "param.h"
  57: #include "pdp/psl.h"
  58: #include "pdp/seg.h"
  59: #include "map.h"
  60: #include "systm.h"
  61: #include "mbuf.h"
  62: #include "buf.h"
  63: #include "protosw.h"
  64: #include "socket.h"
  65: #include "ioctl.h"
  66: #include "errno.h"
  67: #include "syslog.h"
  68: #include "time.h"
  69: #include "kernel.h"
  70: 
  71: #include "../net/if.h"
  72: #include "../net/netisr.h"
  73: #include "../net/route.h"
  74: 
  75: #ifdef INET
  76: #include "domain.h"
  77: #include "../netinet/in.h"
  78: #include "../netinet/in_systm.h"
  79: #include "../netinet/in_var.h"
  80: #include "../netinet/ip.h"
  81: #include "../netinet/if_ether.h"
  82: #endif
  83: 
  84: #ifdef NS
  85: #include "../netns/ns.h"
  86: #include "../netns/ns_if.h"
  87: #endif
  88: 
  89: #include "if_qtreg.h"
  90: #include "if_uba.h"
  91: #include "../pdpuba/ubavar.h"
  92: 
  93: #define NRCV    16      /* Receive descriptors (must be <= 32) */
  94: #define NXMT    6       /* Transmit descriptors	(must be <= 12) */
  95: #if NRCV > 32 || NXMT > 12
  96:     generate an error
  97: #endif
  98: 
  99:     struct  qt_uba
 100:         {
 101:         struct  qt_uba  *next;  /* link to next buffer in list or
 102: 					 * NULL if the last buffer
 103: 					*/
 104:         struct  ifuba   ubabuf; /* buffer descriptor */
 105:         };
 106: 
 107: struct  qt_softc {
 108:     struct  arpcom is_ac;       /* common part - must be first  */
 109: #define is_if   is_ac.ac_if     /* network-visible interface 	*/
 110: #define is_addr is_ac.ac_enaddr     /* hardware Ethernet address 	*/
 111:     struct  qt_uba  *freelist;  /* list of available buffers	*/
 112:     struct  qt_uba  ifrw[NRCV + NXMT];
 113:     u_short initclick;      /* click addr of the INIT block */
 114:     struct  qt_rring *rring;    /* Receive ring address 	*/
 115:     struct  qt_tring *tring;    /* Transmit ring address 	*/
 116:     char    r_align[QT_MAX_RCV * sizeof (struct qt_rring) + 8];
 117:     char    t_align[QT_MAX_XMT * sizeof (struct qt_tring) + 8];
 118:     short   qt_flags;       /* software state		*/
 119: #define QTF_RUNNING 0x1
 120: #define QTF_STARTUP 0x2     /* Waiting for start interrupt  */
 121:     char    rindex;         /* Receive Completed Index	*/
 122:     char    nxtrcv;         /* Next Receive Index		*/
 123:     char    nrcv;           /* Number of Receives active	*/
 124:     char    tindex;         /* Transmit index		*/
 125:     char    otindex;        /* Old transmit index		*/
 126:     char    nxmit;          /* # of xmits in progress	*/
 127:     struct  qtdevice *addr;     /* device CSR addr		*/
 128: } qt_softc[NQT];
 129: 
 130: struct  uba_device *qtinfo[NQT];
 131: 
 132: int qtattach(), qtintr(), qtinit(), qtoutput(), qtioctl();
 133: 
 134: extern  struct ifnet loif;
 135: 
 136: u_short qtstd[] = { 0 };
 137: 
 138: struct  uba_driver qtdriver =
 139:     { 0, 0, qtattach, 0, qtstd, "qe", qtinfo };
 140: 
 141: /*
 142:  * Maximum packet size needs to include 4 bytes for the CRC
 143:  * on received packets.
 144: */
 145: #define MAXPACKETSIZE (ETHERMTU + sizeof (struct ether_header) + 4)
 146: #define MINPACKETSIZE 64
 147: 
 148: /*
 149:  * The C compiler's propensity for prepending '_'s to names is the reason
 150:  * for the hack below.  We need the "handler" address (the code which
 151:  * sets up the interrupt stack frame) in order to initialize the vector.
 152: */
 153: 
 154: static int qtfoo()
 155:     {
 156:     asm("mov $qtintr, r0");     /* return value is in r0 */
 157:     }
 158: 
 159: /*
 160:  * Interface exists.  More accurately, something exists at the CSR (see
 161:  * sys/sys_net.c) -- there's no guarantee it's a DELQA-YM.
 162:  *
 163:  * The ring descriptors are initialized, the buffers allocated using first the
 164:  * DMA region allocated at network load time and then later main memory.  The
 165:  * INIT block is filled in and the device is poked/probed to see if it really
 166:  * is a DELQA-YM.  If the device is not a -YM then a message is printed and
 167:  * the 'if_attach' call is skipped.  For a -YM the START command is issued,
 168:  * but the device is not marked as running|up - that happens at interrupt level
 169:  * when the device interrupts to say it has started.
 170: */
 171: 
 172: qtattach(ui)
 173:     struct uba_device *ui;
 174:     {
 175:     register struct qt_softc *sc = &qt_softc[ui->ui_unit];
 176:     register struct ifnet *ifp = &sc->is_if;
 177:     register struct qt_init *iniblk = (struct qt_init *)SEG5;
 178:     segm    seg5;
 179:     long    bufaddr;
 180:     extern int nextiv();
 181: 
 182:     ifp->if_unit = ui->ui_unit;
 183:     ifp->if_name = "qe";
 184:     ifp->if_mtu = ETHERMTU;
 185:     ifp->if_flags = IFF_BROADCAST;
 186: 
 187: /*
 188:  * Fill in most of the INIT block: vector, options (interrupt enable), ring
 189:  * locations.  The physical address is copied from the ROMs as part of the
 190:  * -YM testing proceedure.  The CSR is saved here rather than in qtinit()
 191:  * because the qtturbo() routine needs it.
 192:  *
 193:  * The INIT block must be quadword aligned.  Using malloc() guarantees click
 194:  * (64 byte) alignment.  Since the only time the INIT block is referenced is
 195:  * at 'startup' or 'reset' time there is really no time penalty (and a modest
 196:  * D space savings) involved.
 197: */
 198:     sc->addr = (struct qtdevice *)ui->ui_addr;
 199:     sc->initclick = MALLOC(coremap, btoc(sizeof (struct qt_init)));
 200:     saveseg5(seg5);
 201:     mapseg5(sc->initclick, 077406);
 202:     bzero(iniblk, sizeof (struct qt_init));
 203:     sc->rring = (struct qt_rring *)(((int)sc->r_align + 7) & ~7);
 204:     sc->tring = (struct qt_tring *)(((int)sc->t_align + 7) & ~7);
 205: 
 206: /*
 207:  * Fetch the next available interrupt vector.  The routine is in the kernel
 208:  * (for several reasons) so use SKcall.  Then initialize the vector with
 209:  * the address of our 'handler' and PSW of supervisor, priority 4 and unit
 210: */
 211:     iniblk->vector = SKcall(nextiv, 0);
 212:     mtkd(iniblk->vector, qtfoo());
 213:     mtkd(iniblk->vector + 2, PSL_CURSUP | PSL_BR4 | ifp->if_unit);
 214: 
 215:     iniblk->options = INIT_OPTIONS_INT;
 216:     bufaddr = startnet + (long)sc->rring;
 217:     iniblk->rx_lo = loint(bufaddr);
 218:     iniblk->rx_hi = hiint(bufaddr);
 219:     bufaddr = startnet + (long)sc->tring;
 220:     iniblk->tx_lo = loint(bufaddr);
 221:     iniblk->tx_hi = hiint(bufaddr);
 222:     restorseg5(seg5);
 223: 
 224: /*
 225:  * Now allocate the buffers and initialize the buffers.  This should _never_
 226:  * fail because main memory is allocated after the DMA pool is used up.
 227: */
 228: 
 229:     if  (!qbaini(sc, NRCV + NXMT))
 230:         return;     /* XXX */
 231: 
 232:     ifp->if_init = qtinit;
 233:     ifp->if_output = qtoutput;
 234:     ifp->if_ioctl = qtioctl;
 235:     ifp->if_reset = 0;
 236:     if  (qtturbo(sc))
 237:         if_attach(ifp);
 238:     }
 239: 
 240: qtturbo(sc)
 241:     register struct qt_softc *sc;
 242:     {
 243:     register int i;
 244:     register struct qtdevice *addr = sc->addr;
 245:     struct  qt_init *iniblk = (struct qt_init *)SEG5;
 246:     segm    seg5;
 247: 
 248: /*
 249:  * Issue the software reset.  Delay 150us.  The board should now be in
 250:  * DELQA-Normal mode.  Set ITB and DEQTA select.  If both bits do not
 251:  * stay turned on then the board is not a DELQA-YM.
 252: */
 253:     addr->arqr = ARQR_SR;
 254:     addr->arqr = 0;
 255:     delay(150L);
 256: 
 257:     addr->srr = 0x8001;     /* MS | ITB */
 258:     i = addr->srr;
 259:     addr->srr = 0x8000;     /* Turn off ITB, set DELQA select */
 260:     if  (i != 0x8001)
 261:         {
 262:         printf("qt@%o !-YM\n", addr);
 263:         return(0);
 264:         }
 265: /*
 266:  * Board is a DELQA-YM.  Send the commands to enable Turbo mode.  Delay
 267:  * 1 second, testing the SRR register every millisecond to see if the
 268:  * board has shifted to Turbo mode.
 269: */
 270:     addr->xcr0 = 0x0baf;
 271:     addr->xcr1 = 0xff00;
 272:     for (i = 0; i < 1000; i++)
 273:         {
 274:         if  ((addr->srr & SRR_RESP) == 1)
 275:             break;
 276:         delay(1000L);
 277:         }
 278:     if  (i >= 1000)
 279:         {
 280:         printf("qt@%o !Turbo\n", addr);
 281:         return(0);
 282:         }
 283: /*
 284:  * Board has entered Turbo mode.  Now copy the physical address from the
 285:  * ROMs to the INIT block.  Fill in the address in the part of the structure
 286:  * "visible" to the rest of the system.
 287: */
 288:     saveseg5(seg5);
 289:     mapseg5(sc->initclick, 077406);
 290:     sc->is_addr[0] = addr->sarom[0];
 291:     sc->is_addr[1] = addr->sarom[2];
 292:     sc->is_addr[2] = addr->sarom[4];
 293:     sc->is_addr[3] = addr->sarom[6];
 294:     sc->is_addr[4] = addr->sarom[8];
 295:     sc->is_addr[5] = addr->sarom[10];
 296:     bcopy(sc->is_addr, iniblk->paddr, 6);
 297:     restorseg5(seg5);
 298:     return(1);
 299:     }
 300: 
 301: qtinit(unit)
 302:     int unit;
 303:     {
 304:     int s;
 305:     register struct qt_softc *sc = &qt_softc[unit];
 306:     struct qtdevice *addr = sc->addr;
 307:     struct  ifnet *ifp = &sc->is_if;
 308:     struct  qt_rring *rp;
 309:     struct  qt_tring *tp;
 310:     register struct qt_uba  *xp;
 311:     register int i;
 312:     long    buf_adr;
 313: 
 314:     if  (!ifp->if_addrlist)     /* oops! */
 315:         return;
 316: /*
 317:  * Now initialize the receive ring descriptors.  Because this routine can be
 318:  * called with outstanding I/O operations we check the ring descriptors for
 319:  * a non-zero 'rhost0' (or 'thost0') word and place those buffers back on
 320:  * the free list.
 321: */
 322:     for (i = 0, rp = sc->rring; i < QT_MAX_RCV; i++, rp++)
 323:         {
 324:         rp->rmd3 = RMD3_OWN;
 325:         if  (xp = rp->rhost0)
 326:             {
 327:             rp->rhost0 = 0;
 328:             xp->next = sc->freelist;
 329:             sc->freelist = xp;
 330:             }
 331:         }
 332:     for (i = 0, tp = sc->tring ; i < QT_MAX_XMT; i++, tp++)
 333:         {
 334:         sc->tring[i].tmd3 = TMD3_OWN;
 335:         if  (xp = tp->thost0)
 336:             {
 337:             tp->thost0 = 0;
 338:             xp->next = sc->freelist;
 339:             sc->freelist = xp;
 340:             }
 341:         }
 342: 
 343:     sc->nxmit = 0;
 344:     sc->otindex = 0;
 345:     sc->tindex = 0;
 346:     sc->rindex = 0;
 347:     sc->nxtrcv = 0;
 348:     sc->nrcv = 0;
 349: 
 350:     s = splimp();
 351: /*
 352:  * Now we tell the device the address of the INIT block.  The device
 353:  * _must_ be in the Turbo mode at this time.  The "START" command is
 354:  * then issued to the device.  A 1 second timeout is then started.
 355:  * When the interrupt occurs the IFF_UP|IFF_RUNNING state is entered and
 356:  * full operations will proceed.  If the timeout expires without an interrupt
 357:  * being received an error is printed, the flags cleared and the device left
 358:  * marked down.
 359: */
 360:     buf_adr = ctob((long)sc->initclick);
 361:     addr->ibal = loint(buf_adr);
 362:     addr->ibah = hiint(buf_adr);
 363:     addr->srqr = 2;
 364: /*
 365:  * set internal state to 'startup' and start a one second timer.  the interrupt
 366:  * service routine will be entered either 1) when the device posts the 'start'
 367:  * interrupt or 2) when the timer expires.  The interrupt routine will fill
 368:  * the receive rings, etc.
 369: */
 370:     sc->qt_flags = QTF_STARTUP;
 371:     TIMEOUT(qtintr, unit, 60);
 372:     splx(s);
 373:     }
 374: 
 375: /*
 376:  * Start output on interface.
 377:  */
 378: 
 379: qtstart(unit)
 380:     int unit;
 381:     {
 382:     int     len, s;
 383:     register struct qt_softc *sc = &qt_softc[unit];
 384:     register struct qt_tring *rp;
 385:     struct  mbuf *m;
 386:     long    buf_addr;
 387:     register struct qt_uba *xp;
 388: 
 389:     s = splimp();
 390:     while   (sc->nxmit < NXMT)
 391:         {
 392:         IF_DEQUEUE(&sc->is_if.if_snd, m);
 393:         if  (m == 0)
 394:             break;
 395:         rp = &sc->tring[sc->tindex];
 396: #ifdef  QTDEBUG
 397:         if  ((rp->tmd3 & TMD3_OWN) == 0)
 398:             printf("qt xmit in progress\n");
 399: #endif
 400: /*
 401:  * Now pull a buffer off of the freelist.  Guaranteed to be a buffer
 402:  * because both the receive and transmit sides limit themselves to
 403:  * NRCV and NXMT buffers respectively.
 404: */
 405:         xp = sc->freelist;
 406:         sc->freelist = xp->next;
 407: 
 408:         buf_addr = xp->ubabuf.ifu_w.ifrw_info;
 409:         len = if_wubaput(&xp->ubabuf, m);
 410:         if  (len < MINPACKETSIZE)
 411:             len = MINPACKETSIZE;
 412:         rp->tmd4 = loint(buf_addr);
 413:         rp->tmd5 = hiint(buf_addr) & TMD5_HADR;
 414:         rp->tmd3 = len & TMD3_BCT;  /* set length,clear ownership */
 415:         rp->thost0 = xp;        /* set entry active */
 416:         sc->addr->arqr = ARQR_TRQ;  /* tell device it has buffer */
 417:         sc->nxmit++;
 418:         if  (++sc->tindex >= QT_MAX_XMT)
 419:             sc->tindex = 0;
 420:         }
 421:     splx(s);
 422:     }
 423: 
 424: /*
 425:  * General interrupt service routine.  Receive, transmit, device start
 426:  * interrupts and timeouts come here.  Check for hard device errors and print a
 427:  * message if any errors are found.  If we are waiting for the device to
 428:  * START then check if the device is now running.
 429: */
 430: 
 431: qtintr(unit)
 432:     int unit;
 433:     {
 434:     register struct qt_softc *sc = &qt_softc[unit];
 435:     register int status;
 436:     int s;
 437: 
 438:     status = sc->addr->srr;
 439:     if  (status < 0)
 440:         /* should we reset the device after a bunch of these errs? */
 441:         qtsrr(unit, status);
 442:     if  (sc->qt_flags == QTF_STARTUP)
 443:         {
 444:         if  ((status & SRR_RESP) == 2)
 445:             {
 446:             sc->qt_flags = QTF_RUNNING;
 447:             sc->is_if.if_flags |= (IFF_UP | IFF_RUNNING);
 448:             }
 449:         else
 450:             printf("qt%d !start\n", unit);
 451:         }
 452:     s = splimp();
 453:     qtrint(unit);
 454:     if  (sc->nxmit)
 455:         qttint(unit);
 456:     qtstart(unit);
 457:     splx(s);
 458:     }
 459: 
 460: /*
 461:  * Transmit interrupt service.  Only called if there are outstanding transmit
 462:  * requests which could have completed.  The DELQA-YM doesn't provide the
 463:  * status bits telling the kind (receive, transmit) of interrupt.
 464: */
 465: 
 466: #define BBLMIS (TMD2_BBL|TMD2_MIS)
 467: 
 468: qttint(unit)
 469:     int unit;
 470:     {
 471:     register struct qt_softc *sc = &qt_softc[unit];
 472:     register struct qt_tring *rp;
 473:     register struct qt_uba *xp;
 474: 
 475:     while   (sc->nxmit > 0)
 476:         {
 477:         rp = &sc->tring[sc->otindex];
 478:         if  ((rp->tmd3 & TMD3_OWN) == 0)
 479:             break;
 480: /*
 481:  * Now check the buffer address (the first word in the ring descriptor
 482:  * available for the host's use).  If it is NULL then we have already seen
 483:  * and processed (or never presented to the board in the first place) this
 484:  * entry and the ring descriptor should not be counted.
 485: */
 486:         xp = rp->thost0;
 487:         if  (xp == 0)
 488:             break;
 489: /*
 490:  * Clear the buffer address from the ring descriptor and put the
 491:  * buffer back on the freelist for future use.
 492: */
 493:         rp->thost0 = 0;
 494:         xp->next = sc->freelist;
 495:         sc->freelist = xp;
 496: 
 497:         sc->nxmit--;
 498:         sc->is_if.if_opackets++;
 499: /*
 500:  * Collisions don't count as output errors, but babbling and missing packets
 501:  * do count as output errors.
 502: */
 503:         if  (rp->tmd2 & TMD2_CER)
 504:             sc->is_if.if_collisions++;
 505:         if  ((rp->tmd0 & TMD0_ERR1) ||
 506:              ((rp->tmd2 & TMD2_ERR2) && (rp->tmd2 & BBLMIS)))
 507:             {
 508: #ifdef QTDEBUG
 509:             printf("qt%d tmd2 %b\n", unit, rp->tmd2, TMD2_BITS);
 510: #endif
 511:             sc->is_if.if_oerrors++;
 512:             }
 513:         if  (++sc->otindex >= QT_MAX_XMT)
 514:             sc->otindex = 0;
 515:         }
 516:     }
 517: 
 518: /*
 519:  * Receive interrupt service.  Pull packet off the interface and put into
 520:  * a mbuf chain for processing later.
 521: */
 522: 
 523: qtrint(unit)
 524:     int unit;
 525:     {
 526:     register struct qt_softc *sc = &qt_softc[unit];
 527:     register struct qt_rring *rp;
 528:     register struct qt_uba *xp;
 529:     int len;
 530:     long    bufaddr;
 531: 
 532:     while   (sc->rring[sc->rindex].rmd3 & RMD3_OWN)
 533:         {
 534:         rp = &sc->rring[sc->rindex];
 535: /*
 536:  * If the host word is 0 then this is a buffer either already seen or not
 537:  * presented to the device in the first place.
 538: */
 539:         xp = rp->rhost0;
 540:         if  (xp == 0)
 541:             break;
 542: 
 543:         if     ((rp->rmd0 & (RMD0_STP|RMD0_ENP)) != (RMD0_STP|RMD0_ENP))
 544:             {
 545:             printf("qt%d chained packet\n", unit);
 546:             sc->is_if.if_ierrors++;
 547:             goto rnext;
 548:             }
 549:         len = (rp->rmd1 & RMD1_MCNT) - 4;   /* -4 for CRC */
 550:         sc->is_if.if_ipackets++;
 551: 
 552:         if  ((rp->rmd0 & RMD0_ERR3) || (rp->rmd2 & RMD2_ERR4))
 553:             {
 554:             sc->is_if.if_ierrors++;
 555: #ifdef QTDEBUG
 556:             printf("qt%d rmd0 %b\n", unit, rp->rmd0, RMD0_BITS);
 557:             printf("qt%d rmd2 %b\n", unit, rp->rmd2, RMD2_BITS);
 558: #endif
 559:             }
 560:         else
 561:             qtread(sc, &xp->ubabuf,
 562:                 len - sizeof (struct ether_header));
 563: rnext:
 564:         --sc->nrcv;
 565:         if  (++sc->rindex >= QT_MAX_RCV)
 566:             sc->rindex = 0;
 567: /*
 568:  * put the buffer back on the free list and clear the first host word
 569:  * in the ring descriptor so we don't process this one again.
 570: */
 571:         xp->next = sc->freelist;
 572:         sc->freelist = xp;
 573:         rp->rhost0 = 0;
 574:         }
 575:     while   (sc->nrcv < NRCV)
 576:         {
 577:         rp = &sc->rring[sc->nxtrcv];
 578: #ifdef  QTDEBUG
 579:         if  ((rp->rmd3 & RMD3_OWN) == 0)
 580:             printf("qtrint: !OWN\n");
 581: #endif
 582:         xp = sc->freelist;
 583:         sc->freelist = xp->next;
 584:         bufaddr = xp->ubabuf.ifu_r.ifrw_info;
 585:         rp->rmd1 = MAXPACKETSIZE;
 586:         rp->rmd4 = loint(bufaddr);
 587:         rp->rmd5 = hiint(bufaddr);
 588:         rp->rhost0 = xp;
 589:         rp->rmd3 = 0;           /* clear RMD3_OWN */
 590:         ++sc->nrcv;
 591:         sc->addr->arqr = ARQR_RRQ;  /* tell device it has buffer */
 592:         if  (++sc->nxtrcv >= QT_MAX_RCV)
 593:             sc->nxtrcv = 0;
 594:         }
 595:     }
 596: 
 597: /*
 598:  * Place data on the appropriate queue and call the start routine to
 599:  * send the data to the device.
 600: */
 601: 
 602: qtoutput(ifp, m0, dst)
 603:     struct  ifnet *ifp;
 604:     struct  mbuf *m0;
 605:     struct  sockaddr *dst;
 606:     {
 607:     int type, s, trail;
 608:     u_char  edst[6];
 609:     struct  in_addr idst;
 610:     register struct ether_header *eh;
 611:     register struct qt_softc *is = &qt_softc[ifp->if_unit];
 612:     register struct mbuf *m = m0;
 613:     struct  mbuf *mcopy = (struct mbuf *)0;
 614: 
 615:     if  ((ifp->if_flags & (IFF_UP|IFF_RUNNING)) != (IFF_UP|IFF_RUNNING))
 616:         {
 617:         m_freem(m0);
 618:         return(ENETDOWN);
 619:         }
 620:     switch  (dst->sa_family)
 621:         {
 622: #ifdef INET
 623:         case    AF_INET:
 624:             idst = ((struct sockaddr_in *)dst)->sin_addr;
 625:             if  (!arpresolve(&is->is_ac, m, &idst, edst,&trail))
 626:                 return(0);  /* wait for arp to finish */
 627:             if  (!bcmp(edst, etherbroadcastaddr,sizeof (edst)))
 628:                 mcopy = m_copy(m, 0, (int)M_COPYALL);
 629:             type = ETHERTYPE_IP;
 630:             break;
 631: #endif
 632: #ifdef NS
 633:         case    AF_NS:
 634:             type = ETHERTYPE_NS;
 635:             bcopy(&(((struct sockaddr_ns *)dst)->sns_addr.x_host),
 636:                     edst, sizeof (edst));
 637:             if  (!bcmp(edst, &ns_broadcast, sizeof (edst)))
 638:                 return(looutput(&loif, m, dst));
 639:             break;
 640: #endif
 641:         case    AF_UNSPEC:
 642:             eh = (struct ether_header *)dst->sa_data;
 643:             bcopy(eh->ether_dhost, (caddr_t)edst, sizeof (edst));
 644:             type = eh->ether_type;
 645:             break;
 646:         default:
 647:             printf("qt%d can't handle af%d\n", ifp->if_unit,
 648:                 dst->sa_family);
 649:             m_freem(m);
 650:             return(EAFNOSUPPORT);
 651:         }
 652: /*
 653:  * Add local net header.  If no space in first mbuf, allocate another.
 654: */
 655:     if  (m->m_off > MMAXOFF ||
 656:             MMINOFF + sizeof (struct ether_header) > m->m_off)
 657:         {
 658:         m = m_get(M_DONTWAIT, MT_HEADER);
 659:         if  (m == 0)
 660:             {
 661:             m_freem(m0);
 662: nobufs:         if  (mcopy)
 663:                 m_freem(mcopy);
 664:             return(ENOBUFS);
 665:             }
 666:         m->m_next = m0;
 667:         m->m_off = MMINOFF;
 668:         m->m_len = sizeof (struct ether_header);
 669:         }
 670:     else
 671:         {
 672:         m->m_off -= sizeof (struct ether_header);
 673:         m->m_len += sizeof (struct ether_header);
 674:         }
 675:     eh = mtod(m, struct ether_header *);
 676:     eh->ether_type = htons((u_short)type);
 677:     bcopy(edst, (caddr_t)eh->ether_dhost, sizeof (edst));
 678:     bcopy(is->is_addr, (caddr_t)eh->ether_shost, sizeof (is->is_addr));
 679: 
 680:     s = splimp();
 681:     if  (IF_QFULL(&ifp->if_snd))
 682:         {
 683:         IF_DROP(&ifp->if_snd);
 684:         m_freem(m);
 685:         splx(s);
 686:         goto nobufs;
 687:         }
 688:     IF_ENQUEUE(&ifp->if_snd, m);
 689:     qtstart(ifp->if_unit);
 690:     splx(s);
 691:     return(mcopy ? looutput(&loif, mcopy, dst) : 0);
 692:     }
 693: 
 694: qtioctl(ifp, cmd, data)
 695:     register struct ifnet *ifp;
 696:     int cmd;
 697:     caddr_t data;
 698:     {
 699:     struct qt_softc *sc = &qt_softc[ifp->if_unit];
 700:     struct ifaddr *ifa = (struct ifaddr *)data;
 701:     int s = splimp(), error = 0;
 702: #ifdef  NS
 703:     register struct ns_addr *ina = &(IA_SNS(ifa)->sns_addr);
 704: #endif
 705: 
 706:     switch  (cmd)
 707:         {
 708:         case    SIOCSIFADDR:
 709: /*
 710:  * Resetting the board is probably overkill, but then again this is only
 711:  * done when the system comes up or possibly when a reset is needed after a
 712:  * major network fault (open wire, etc).
 713: */
 714:             qtrestart(sc);
 715:             switch  (ifa->ifa_addr.sa_family)
 716:                 {
 717: #ifdef INET
 718:                 case    AF_INET:
 719:                     ((struct arpcom *)ifp)->ac_ipaddr =
 720:                         IA_SIN(ifa)->sin_addr;
 721:                     arpwhohas(ifp, &IA_SIN(ifa)->sin_addr);
 722:                     break;
 723: #endif
 724: #ifdef NS
 725:                 case    AF_NS:
 726:                     if  (ns_nullhost(*ina))
 727:                         ina->x_host =
 728:                         *(union ns_host *)(sc->is_addr);
 729:                     else
 730:                         {
 731:                         qt_ns(ina->x_host.c_host);
 732:                         qtrestart(sc);
 733:                         }
 734:                     break;
 735: #endif
 736:                 }
 737:             break;
 738:         case    SIOCSIFFLAGS:
 739:             if  ((ifp->if_flags & IFF_UP) == 0 &&
 740:                     sc->qt_flags & QTF_RUNNING)
 741:                 {
 742: /*
 743:  * We've been asked to stop the board and leave it that way.  qtturbo()
 744:  * does this with the side effect of placing the device back in Turbo mode.
 745: */
 746:                 qtturbo(sc);
 747:                 sc->qt_flags &= ~QTF_RUNNING;
 748:                 }
 749:             else if (ifp->if_flags & IFF_UP &&
 750:                     !(sc->qt_flags & QTF_RUNNING))
 751:                 qtrestart(sc);
 752:             break;
 753:         default:
 754:             error = EINVAL;
 755:         }
 756:     splx(s);
 757:     return(error);
 758:     }
 759: 
 760: #ifdef  NS
 761: qt_ns(cp)
 762:     register char *cp;
 763:     {
 764:     segm    seg5;
 765:     register struct qt_init *iniblk = (struct qt_init *)SEG5;
 766: 
 767:     saveseg5(seg5);
 768:     mapseg5(sc->initclick, 077406);
 769:     bcopy(cp, sc->is_addr, 6);
 770:     bcopy(cp, iniblk->paddr, 6);
 771:     restorseg5(seg5);
 772:     }
 773: #endif
 774: 
 775: /*
 776:  * Pull the data off of the board and pass back to the upper layers of
 777:  * the networking code.  Trailers are counted as errors and the packet
 778:  * dropped.  SEG5 is saved and restored (used to peek at the packet type).
 779: */
 780: 
 781: qtread(sc, ifuba, len)
 782:     register struct qt_softc *sc;
 783:     struct  ifuba *ifuba;
 784:     int len;
 785:     {
 786:     struct  ether_header *eh;
 787:         register struct mbuf *m;
 788:     struct  ifqueue *inq;
 789:     int type;
 790:     segm    seg5;
 791: 
 792:     saveseg5(seg5);
 793:     mapseg5(ifuba->ifu_r.ifrw_click, 077406);
 794:     eh = (struct ether_header *)SEG5;
 795:     eh->ether_type = ntohs((u_short)eh->ether_type);
 796:     type = eh->ether_type;
 797:     restorseg5(seg5);
 798:     if  (len == 0 || type >= ETHERTYPE_TRAIL &&
 799:             type < ETHERTYPE_TRAIL+ETHERTYPE_NTRAILER)
 800:         {
 801:         sc->is_if.if_ierrors++;
 802:         return;
 803:         }
 804: 
 805:     m = if_rubaget(ifuba, len, 0, &sc->is_if);
 806:     if  (m == 0)
 807:         return;
 808: 
 809:     switch  (type)
 810:         {
 811: #ifdef INET
 812:         case    ETHERTYPE_IP:
 813:             schednetisr(NETISR_IP);
 814:             inq = &ipintrq;
 815:             break;
 816:         case    ETHERTYPE_ARP:
 817:             arpinput(&sc->is_ac, m);
 818:             return;
 819: #endif
 820: #ifdef NS
 821:         case    ETHERTYPE_NS:
 822:             schednetisr(NETISR_NS);
 823:             inq = &nsintrq;
 824:             break;
 825: #endif
 826:         default:
 827:             m_freem(m);
 828:             return;
 829:         }
 830: 
 831:     if  (IF_QFULL(inq))
 832:         {
 833:         IF_DROP(inq);
 834:         m_freem(m);
 835:         return;
 836:         }
 837:     IF_ENQUEUE(inq, m);
 838:     }
 839: 
 840: 
 841: qtsrr(unit, srrbits)
 842:     int unit, srrbits;
 843:     {
 844:     printf("qt%d srr=%b\n", unit, srrbits, SRR_BITS);
 845:     }
 846: 
 847: /*
 848:  * Reset the device.  This moves it from DELQA-T mode to DELQA-Normal mode.
 849:  * After the reset put the device back in -T mode.  Then call qtinit() to
 850:  * reinitialize the ring structures and issue the 'timeout' for the "device
 851:  * started interrupt".
 852: */
 853: 
 854: qtrestart(sc)
 855:     register struct qt_softc *sc;
 856:     {
 857: 
 858:     qtturbo(sc);
 859:     qtinit(sc - qt_softc);
 860:     }
 861: 
 862: qbaini(sc, num)
 863:     struct  qt_softc *sc;
 864:     int num;
 865:     {
 866:     register int i;
 867:     register memaddr click;
 868:     struct  qt_uba  *xp;
 869:     register struct ifuba   *ifuba;
 870: 
 871:     for (i = 0; i < num; i++)
 872:         {
 873:         xp = &sc->ifrw[i];
 874:         ifuba = &xp->ubabuf;
 875:         click = m_ioget(MAXPACKETSIZE);
 876:         if  (click == 0)
 877:             {
 878:             click = MALLOC(coremap, btoc(MAXPACKETSIZE));
 879:             if  (click == 0)
 880:                 return(0);  /* _can't_ happen */
 881:             }
 882:         ifuba->ifu_hlen = sizeof (struct ether_header);
 883:         ifuba->ifu_w.ifrw_click = ifuba->ifu_r.ifrw_click = click;
 884:         ifuba->ifu_w.ifrw_info = ifuba->ifu_r.ifrw_info =
 885:             ctob((long)click);
 886:         xp->next = sc->freelist;
 887:         sc->freelist = xp;
 888:         }
 889:     return(1);
 890:     }
 891: #endif

Defined functions

qbaini defined in line 862; used 1 times
qt_ns defined in line 761; used 1 times
qtattach defined in line 172; used 2 times
qtfoo defined in line 154; used 1 times
qtinit defined in line 301; used 3 times
qtintr defined in line 431; used 2 times
qtioctl defined in line 694; used 2 times
qtoutput defined in line 602; used 2 times
qtread defined in line 781; used 1 times
qtrestart defined in line 854; used 3 times
qtrint defined in line 523; used 1 times
qtsrr defined in line 841; used 1 times
qtstart defined in line 379; used 2 times
qttint defined in line 468; used 1 times
qtturbo defined in line 240; used 3 times

Defined variables

qt_softc defined in line 128; used 9 times
qtdriver defined in line 138; never used
qtinfo defined in line 130; used 1 times
qtstd defined in line 136; used 1 times

Defined struct's

qt_softc defined in line 107; used 24 times
qt_uba defined in line 99; used 16 times

Defined macros

BBLMIS defined in line 466; used 1 times
MAXPACKETSIZE defined in line 145; used 3 times
MINPACKETSIZE defined in line 146; used 2 times
NRCV defined in line 93; used 4 times
NXMT defined in line 94; used 4 times
QTF_RUNNING defined in line 119; used 4 times
QTF_STARTUP defined in line 120; used 2 times
is_addr defined in line 110; used 11 times
is_if defined in line 109; used 12 times
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