1: /*
   2:  * Copyright (c) 1982, 1986 Regents of the University of California.
   3:  * All rights reserved.  The Berkeley software License Agreement
   4:  * specifies the terms and conditions for redistribution.
   5:  *
   6:  *	@(#)if_exreg.h	7.1 (Berkeley) 6/5/86
   7:  */
   8: 
   9: 
  10: struct  exdevice {
  11:     char    xd_porta;   /* write on porta resets EXOS */
  12:     char    xd_pad_a;
  13:     char    xd_portb;   /* write on portb interrupts EXOS */
  14:                 /* read on portb returns status bits */
  15:     char    xd_pad_b;
  16: };
  17: 
  18: /* EXOS I/O PORT A write definitions */
  19: #define EX_RESET    0   /* value doesn't really matter... */
  20: 
  21: /* EXOS I/O PORT B write definitions */
  22: #define EX_NTRUPT   0
  23: 
  24: /* EXOS I/O PORT B read definitions */
  25: #define EX_TESTOK   1   /* set when self-diagnostics passed */
  26: #define EX_UNREADY  (1<<3)  /* set until EXOS ready to read from B */
  27: 
  28: /* message buffer status field definitions */
  29: #define MH_OWNER    1   /* mask for status bit for owner */
  30: #define MH_HOST     0   /* if 0, the host owns the buffer */
  31: #define MH_EXOS     1   /* if 1, the EXOS owns the buffer */
  32: 
  33: /* EXOS Link Level request codes */
  34: #define LLTRANSMIT  0xC /* send a packet */
  35: #define LLRTRANSMIT 0xE /* send a packet, and self-receive */
  36: #define LLRECEIVE   0xD /* receive a packet */
  37: #define LLNET_MODE  0x8 /* read/write mode control objects */
  38: #define LLNET_ADDRS 0x9 /* read/write receive address slots */
  39: #define LLNET_RECV  0xA /* read/alter receive slot enable bit */
  40: #define LLNET_STSTCS    0xB /* read/reset network statistics objects */
  41: 
  42: /* Link Level return codes common to all requests */
  43: #define LL_OK       0   /* successful completion */
  44: #define LLX_MODE    0xA1    /* EXOS not in link level mode (impossible) */
  45: 
  46: /* LLTRANSMIT unique return codes */
  47: #define LLXM_1RTRY  0x1 /* successful xmission, 1 retry */
  48: #define LLXM_RTRYS  0x2 /* successful xmission, more than 1 retry */
  49: #define LLXM_NSQE   0x8 /* successful xmission, no SQE TEST signal */
  50: #define LLXM_CLSN   0x10    /* xmission failed, excess retries */
  51: #define LLXM_NCS    0x20    /* xmission failed, no carrier sense */
  52: #define LLXM_LNGTH  0x40    /* xmission failed, bad packet length */
  53: #define XMIT_BITS   "\7\7LENGTH\6CARRIER\5XCLSNS\4SQETST"
  54: #define LLXM_ERROR  (LLXM_NSQE|LLXM_CLSN|LLXM_NCS|LLXM_LNGTH)
  55: 
  56: /* LLRECEIVE unique return codes */
  57: #define LLRC_TRUNC  0x4 /* pkt received, but truncated to fit buffer */
  58: #define LLRC_ALIGN  0x10    /* pkt received, but with alignment error */
  59: #define LLRC_CRC    0x20    /* pkt received, but with CRC error */
  60: #define LLRC_BUFLEN 0x40    /* no pkt received, buffer less than 64 bytes */
  61:                 /* this should never happen here */
  62: #define RECV_BITS   "\7\7BUFLEN\6CRC\5ALIGN\3TRUNC"
  63: 
  64: /* LLNET_ADDRS unique return codes */
  65: #define LLNA_BADSLOT    0xD1    /* slot doesn't exist or can't be accessed */
  66: #define LLNA_BADADDR    0xD3    /* invalid address for designated slot */
  67: 
  68: /* LLNET_RECV unique return codes */
  69: #define LLNR_BADSLOT    0xD1    /* slot doesn't exist or can't be accessed */
  70: #define LLNR_BADADDR    0xD2    /* designated slot was empty */
  71: 
  72: /* address slot object indices */
  73: #define NULLSLOT    0   /* the null slot */
  74: #define MINMCSLOT   1   /* minimum multicast slot index */
  75: #define MAXMCSLOT   8   /* default maximum multicast slot index */
  76: #define PHYSSLOT    253 /* physical slot index */
  77: #define UNVRSSLOT   254 /* universal slot index */
  78: #define BROADSLOT   255 /* broadcast slot index */
  79: 
  80: /* request mask bit definitions */
  81: #define WRITE_OBJ   1   /* write the object */
  82: #define READ_OBJ    2   /* read the object */
  83: #define ENABLE_RCV  4   /* enable reception on designated slot */
  84: 
  85: /* NET_MODE options mask bit definitions */
  86: #define OPT_ALIGN   0x10    /* receive packets with alignment errors */
  87: #define OPT_CRC     0x20    /* receive packets with CRC errors */
  88: #define OPT_DSABLE  0x80    /* disconnect controller hardware */
  89: 
  90: /* NET_MODE mode field value definitions */
  91: #define MODE_OFF    0   /* stop transmission and reception */
  92: #define MODE_PERF   1   /* perfect multicast address filtering */
  93: #define MODE_HW     2   /* hardware-only multicast address filtering */
  94: #define MODE_PROM   3   /* promiscuous reception */
  95: 
  96: #define NFRAGMENTS 1    /* number fragments that the EXOS will scatter/gather */
  97: #define EXMAXRBUF 1520  /* per EXOS 101 manual 5.3.7 (maybe 1518 would do) */
  98: 
  99: /*
 100:  * N.B.  Structures below are carefully constructed so that
 101:  * they correspond to the message formats that NX firmware
 102:  * defines.  None of them should contain any compiler-instigated
 103:  * padding.  Be especially careful about VAX C longword alignment!
 104:  */
 105: 
 106: struct  stat_array {
 107:     u_long  sa_fsent;   /* frames sent without errors */
 108:     u_long  sa_xsclsn;  /* frames aborted excess collisions */
 109:     u_long  sa_nsqe;    /* frames subject to heartbeat failure */
 110:     u_long  sa_undef;   /* undefined (TDR on EXOS 101) */
 111:     u_long  sa_frcvd;   /* frames received no errors */
 112:     u_long  sa_align;   /* frames received alignment error */
 113:     u_long  sa_crc;     /* frames received crc error */
 114:     u_long  sa_flost;   /* frames lost */
 115: };
 116: 
 117: struct  buf_blk {       /* packet/buffer block descriptor */
 118:     u_short bb_len;         /* length of block, in bytes */
 119:     u_short bb_addr[2];     /* address of block */
 120:     /*
 121: 	 * Array above is really a single u_long field.
 122: 	 * We kludge its definition to defeat word-alignment.
 123: 	 * Access would look like:
 124: 	 *     longaddr = *(u_long *)bp->.mb_er.er_blks[0].bb_addr;
 125: 	 */
 126: };
 127: 
 128: struct  net_mode {      /* read/write mode control objects */
 129: /*12*/  u_char  nm_rqst;    /* request code */
 130: /*13*/  u_char  nm_rply;    /* reply code */
 131: /*14*/  u_char  nm_mask;        /* bit-wise switches for read, write */
 132: /*15*/  u_char  nm_optn;        /* acceptable packet reception errors */
 133: /*16*/  u_char  nm_mode;        /* EXOS filtering mode */
 134: /*17*/
 135: };
 136: 
 137: struct  net_addrs {     /* read/write receive address slots */
 138: /*12*/  u_char  na_rqst;    /* request code */
 139: /*13*/  u_char  na_rply;    /* reply code */
 140: /*14*/  u_char  na_mask;        /* bit-wise switches for read, write */
 141: /*15*/  u_char  na_slot;        /* index of address slot */
 142: /*16*/  u_char  na_addrs[6];        /* address read and/or written */
 143: /*22*/
 144: };
 145: 
 146: struct  net_recv {      /* read/alter receive slot enable bit */
 147: /*12*/  u_char  nr_rqst;    /* request code */
 148: /*13*/  u_char  nr_rply;    /* reply code */
 149: /*14*/  u_char  nr_mask;        /* bit-wise switches for read, write */
 150: /*15*/  u_char  nr_slot;        /* index of address slot */
 151: /*16*/
 152: };
 153: 
 154: struct  net_ststcs {        /* read/reset network statistics objects */
 155: /*12*/  u_char  ns_rqst;    /* request code */
 156: /*13*/  u_char  ns_rply;    /* reply code */
 157: /*14*/  u_char  ns_mask;        /* bit-wise switches for read, write */
 158: /*15*/  u_char  ns_rsrv;        /* reserved for EXOS */
 159: /*16*/  u_short ns_nobj;        /* number of objects to work on */
 160: /*18*/  u_short ns_xobj;        /* index of first object to work on */
 161: /*20*/  u_long  ns_bufp;        /* pointer to statistics buffer */
 162: /*24*/
 163: };
 164: 
 165: struct  enet_xmit {     /* send a packet on the Ethernet */
 166: /*12*/  u_char  et_rqst;    /* request code */
 167: /*13*/  u_char  et_rply;    /* reply code */
 168: /*14*/  u_char  et_slot;        /* address slot matching dest address */
 169: /*15*/  u_char  et_nblock;      /* number of blocks composing packet */
 170: /*16*/  struct  buf_blk et_blks[NFRAGMENTS];    /* array of block descriptors */
 171: /*22-64*/
 172: };
 173: 
 174: struct  enet_recv {     /* receive a packet on the Ethernet */
 175: /*12*/  u_char  er_rqst;    /* request code */
 176: /*13*/  u_char  er_rply;    /* reply code */
 177: /*14*/  u_char  er_slot;        /* address slot matching dest address */
 178: /*15*/  u_char  er_nblock;      /* number of blocks composing buffer */
 179: /*16*/  struct  buf_blk er_blks[NFRAGMENTS];    /* array of block descriptors */
 180: /*22-64*/
 181: };
 182: 
 183: /* we send requests and receive replys with the EXOS using this structure */
 184: struct  ex_msg {
 185: /*00*/  u_short mb_link;    /* address of next message buffer */
 186: /*02*/  u_char  mb_rsrv;    /* reserved for use by EXOS */
 187: /*03*/  u_char  mb_status;  /* used bit-wise for message protocol */
 188: /*04*/  u_short mb_length;  /* length, in bytes, of the rest */
 189: /*06*/  short   mb_1rsrv;   /* reserved for used by EXOS */
 190: /*08*/  long    mb_mid;     /* available to user */
 191: /*12*/  union   mb_all {
 192:         struct  net_mode    mb_net_mode;
 193:         struct  net_addrs   mb_net_addrs;
 194:         struct  net_recv    mb_net_recv;
 195:         struct  net_ststcs  mb_net_ststcs;
 196:         struct  enet_xmit   mb_enet_xmit;
 197:         struct  enet_recv   mb_enet_recv;
 198:     } mb_all;
 199: /* following field is used only by host, not read by board */
 200:     struct  ex_msg *mb_next;    /* host's pointer to next message */
 201: };
 202: #define mb_nm   mb_all.mb_net_mode
 203: #define mb_na   mb_all.mb_net_addrs
 204: #define mb_nr   mb_all.mb_net_recv
 205: #define mb_ns   mb_all.mb_net_ststcs
 206: #define mb_et   mb_all.mb_enet_xmit
 207: #define mb_er   mb_all.mb_enet_recv
 208: #define mb_rqst mb_nm.nm_rqst
 209: #define mb_rply mb_nm.nm_rply
 210: #define MBDATALEN (sizeof(union mb_all)+6)
 211: 
 212: struct  confmsg {
 213: /*00*/  u_short cm_1rsrv;   /* reserved, must be 1 */
 214: /*02*/  char    cm_vc[4];   /* returns ASCII version code */
 215: /*06*/  u_char  cm_cc;      /* returns config completion code */
 216: /*07*/  u_char  cm_opmode;  /* specifies operation mode */
 217: /*08*/  u_short cm_dfo;     /* specifies host data format option */
 218: /*10*/  u_char  cm_dcn1;    /* reserved, must be 1 */
 219: /*11*/  u_char  cm_2rsrv[2];    /* reserved, must be 0 */
 220: /*13*/  u_char  cm_ham;     /* specifies host address mode */
 221: /*14*/  u_char  cm_3rsrv;   /* reserved, must be 0 */
 222: /*15*/  u_char  cm_mapsiz;  /* reserved, must be 0 */
 223: /*16*/  u_char  cm_byteptrn[4]; /* host data format option test pattern */
 224: /*20*/  u_short cm_wordptrn[2];
 225: /*24*/  u_long  cm_lwordptrn;
 226: /*28*/  u_char  cm_rsrvd[20];
 227: /*48*/  u_long  cm_mba;     /* use 0xFFFFFFFF in link level mode */
 228: /*52*/  u_char  cm_nproc;   /* use 0xFF in link level mode */
 229: /*53*/  u_char  cm_nmbox;   /* use 0xFF in link level mode */
 230: /*54*/  u_char  cm_nmcast;  /* use 0xFF in link level mode */
 231: /*55*/  u_char  cm_nhost;   /* use 1 in link level mode */
 232: 
 233:     /* the next five parameters define the request message queue */
 234: /*56*/  u_long  cm_h2xba;   /* base address of message queue */
 235: /*60*/  u_short cm_h2xhdr;  /* address offset of msg Q header */
 236: /*62*/  u_char  cm_h2xtyp;  /* interrupt type */
 237: /*63*/  u_char  cm_h2xval;  /* interrupt value (not used) */
 238: /*64*/  u_short cm_h2xaddr; /* interrupt vector */
 239: /*66*/  u_short cm_h2xpad;  /* pad out unused portion of vector */
 240: 
 241:     /* the next five parameters define the reply message queue */
 242: /*68*/  u_long  cm_x2hba;   /* base address of message queue */
 243: /*72*/  u_short cm_x2hhdr;  /* address offset of msg Q header */
 244: /*74*/  u_char  cm_x2htyp;  /* interrupt type */
 245: /*75*/  u_char  cm_x2hval;  /* interrupt value (not used) */
 246: /*76*/  u_short cm_x2haddr; /* interrupt vector */
 247: /*78*/  u_short cm_x2hpad;  /* pad out unused portion of vector */
 248: /*80*/
 249: };

Defined struct's

buf_blk defined in line 117; used 4 times
confmsg defined in line 212; never used
enet_recv defined in line 174; used 2 times
  • in line 197(2)
enet_xmit defined in line 165; used 2 times
  • in line 196(2)
ex_msg defined in line 184; used 2 times
  • in line 200(2)
exdevice defined in line 10; never used
net_addrs defined in line 137; used 2 times
  • in line 193(2)
net_mode defined in line 128; used 2 times
  • in line 192(2)
net_recv defined in line 146; used 2 times
  • in line 194(2)
net_ststcs defined in line 154; used 2 times
  • in line 195(2)
stat_array defined in line 106; never used

Defined union's

mb_all defined in line 191; never used

Defined macros

BROADSLOT defined in line 78; never used
ENABLE_RCV defined in line 83; never used
EXMAXRBUF defined in line 97; never used
EX_NTRUPT defined in line 22; never used
EX_RESET defined in line 19; never used
EX_TESTOK defined in line 25; never used
EX_UNREADY defined in line 26; never used
LLNA_BADADDR defined in line 66; never used
LLNA_BADSLOT defined in line 65; never used
LLNET_ADDRS defined in line 38; never used
LLNET_MODE defined in line 37; never used
LLNET_RECV defined in line 39; never used
LLNET_STSTCS defined in line 40; never used
LLNR_BADADDR defined in line 70; never used
LLNR_BADSLOT defined in line 69; never used
LLRC_ALIGN defined in line 58; never used
LLRC_BUFLEN defined in line 60; never used
LLRC_CRC defined in line 59; never used
LLRC_TRUNC defined in line 57; never used
LLRECEIVE defined in line 36; never used
LLRTRANSMIT defined in line 35; never used
LLTRANSMIT defined in line 34; never used
LLXM_1RTRY defined in line 47; never used
LLXM_CLSN defined in line 50; used 1 times
  • in line 54
LLXM_ERROR defined in line 54; never used
LLXM_LNGTH defined in line 52; used 1 times
  • in line 54
LLXM_NCS defined in line 51; used 1 times
  • in line 54
LLXM_NSQE defined in line 49; used 1 times
  • in line 54
LLXM_RTRYS defined in line 48; never used
LLX_MODE defined in line 44; never used
LL_OK defined in line 43; never used
MAXMCSLOT defined in line 75; never used
MBDATALEN defined in line 210; never used
MH_EXOS defined in line 31; never used
MH_HOST defined in line 30; never used
MH_OWNER defined in line 29; never used
MINMCSLOT defined in line 74; never used
MODE_HW defined in line 93; never used
MODE_OFF defined in line 91; never used
MODE_PERF defined in line 92; never used
MODE_PROM defined in line 94; never used
NFRAGMENTS defined in line 96; used 2 times
NULLSLOT defined in line 73; never used
OPT_ALIGN defined in line 86; never used
OPT_CRC defined in line 87; never used
OPT_DSABLE defined in line 88; never used
PHYSSLOT defined in line 76; never used
READ_OBJ defined in line 82; never used
RECV_BITS defined in line 62; never used
UNVRSSLOT defined in line 77; never used
WRITE_OBJ defined in line 81; never used
XMIT_BITS defined in line 53; never used
mb_er defined in line 207; never used
mb_et defined in line 206; never used
mb_na defined in line 203; never used
mb_nm defined in line 202; used 2 times
mb_nr defined in line 204; never used
mb_ns defined in line 205; never used
mb_rply defined in line 209; never used
mb_rqst defined in line 208; never used
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