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/***************************************************************************
 * Connection.h -- The "Connection" class holds information specifically   *
 * pertaining to connection probes. Objects of this class must always      *
 * belong to a certain "Service" object.                                   *
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 ***************************************************************************/

 

class Service;

/* 
 * Active connection taking place for authenticating service.
 * Each connection may try to authenticatate more than once before closing,
 * depending on the service. For UDP 1 connection = 1 authentication session.
 */
class Connection
{
	public:
		Connection(Service *serv);
		~Connection();

		int time_started;
		int time_elapsed;

    char *user;
    char *pass;

    /* 
     * True when we peer might close connection at the near moment. 
     * Consider the case, when some services after reaching the maximum
     * authentication limit per connecton, just drop the connection without
     * specifically telling you that you failed at the last authentication
     * attempt. Thus, we use this, to be able to count the correct number of
     * maximum attempts the peer lets us do (stored in 'supported_attempts'
     * inside the Service class). A module should probably set it to true
     * after writing the password on the wire and before issuing the next
     * read call. Also if you use it, don't forget to set it to false, in the
     * first state of your module, because we might need it to differentiate
     * between normal server FINs and FINs/RSTs sent in the middle of an
     * authentication due to strange network conditions.
     */
    bool peer_might_close; 

    /* True if we have received a server reply, that indicated that it didn't
     * close the connection prematurely. This may used in cases, when the
     * server may close the connection after the maximum allowed auth attempts
     * are reached, but will also print a relative message saying we failed.
     */
    bool finished_normally; /* XXX not currently used anywhere */

    bool check_closed;  /* true -> check if peer closed connection on us */
    bool peer_alive;    /* true -> if peer is certain to be alive currently */
    bool auth_complete; /* true -> login pair tested */
    bool from_pool;     /* true -> login pair was extracted from pair_pool */
    bool closed;        /* true -> connection was closed */
    bool auth_success;  /* true -> we found a valid pair!!! */
    bool force_close;   /* true -> forcefully close the connection */

    void *misc_info;    /* additional state information that might be needed */

    /* function pointer to module-specific free operation that deallocates
     * all internal struct members of misc_info 
     */
    void (* ops_free)(Connection *);

    int close_reason;

		int state;          /* module state-machine's current state */

    Buf *inbuf;         /* buffer for inbound data */
    Buf *outbuf;        /* buffer for outbound data */

		unsigned long login_attempts; /* login attempts up until now */
		nsock_iod niod;     /* I/O descriptor for this connection */

    /* This stores our SSL session id, which will help speed up subsequent
     * SSL connections. It's overwritten each time. void* is used so we don't
     * need to #ifdef HAVE_OPENSSL all over. We'll cast later as needed.
     */
     void *ssl_session;    

		Service *service;   /* service it belongs to */
};

enum close_reasons { READ_EOF, READ_TIMEOUT, CON_ERR, CON_TIMEOUT, MODULE_ERR };