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Version: 300179 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 4 (Pilotes et protocoles réseau)


BSD mandoc

NAME

ng_pptpgre - PPTP GRE protocol netgraph node type

SYNOPSIS

In sys/types.h In netgraph/ng_pptpgre.h

DESCRIPTION

The pptpgre node type performs Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) over IP for the PPTP protocol as specified by RFC 2637. This involves packet encapsulation, sequencing, acknowledgement, and an adaptive timeout sliding window mechanism. This node type does not handle any of the TCP control protocol or call negotiation defined by PPTP.

This node type expects to receive complete IP packets, including the IP header, on the ``lower '' hook, but it transmits outgoing frames without any IP header. The typical use for this node type would be to connect the ``upper '' hook to one of the link hooks of a ng_ppp4 node, and the ``lower '' hook to the ``inet/raw/gre '' hook of a ng_ksocket4 node.

HOOKS

This node type supports the following hooks:
session_hhhh
Session 0xhhhh data packets to the upper protocol layers
upper
Same as session_hhhh, but for single session with configurable cid (legacy)
lower
Connection to the lower protocol layers

CONTROL MESSAGES

This node type supports the generic control messages, plus the following:
NGM_PPTPGRE_SET_CONFIG
This command resets and configures hook for a session. If corresponding session_hhhh hook is not connected, upper hook will be configured. This command takes a Vt struct ng_pptpgre_conf as an argument:
 /* Configuration for a session */
 struct ng_pptpgre_conf {
     u_char      enabled;          /* enables traffic flow */
     u_char      enableDelayedAck; /* enables delayed acks */
     u_char      enableAlwaysAck;  /* always send ack with data */
     u_char      enableWindowing;  /* enable windowing algorithm */
     u_int16_t   cid;              /* my call id */
     u_int16_t   peerCid;          /* peer call id */
     u_int16_t   recvWin;          /* peer recv window size */
     u_int16_t   peerPpd;          /* peer packet processing delay
                                      (in 1/10 of a second) */
 };
 

The enabled field enables traffic flow through the node. The enableDelayedAck field enables delayed acknowledgement (maximum 250 milliseconds), which is a useful optimization and should generally be turned on. enableAlwaysAck field enables sending acknowledgements with every data packet, which is probably helpful as well.

enableWindowing enables the PPTP packet windowing mechanism specified by the protocol. Disabling this will cause the node to violate the protocol, possibly confusing other PPTP peers, but often results in better performance. The windowing mechanism is a design error in the PPTP protocol; L2TP, the successor to PPTP, removes it.

The remaining fields are as supplied by the PPTP virtual call setup process.

NGM_PPTPGRE_GET_CONFIG
Takes two byte argument as cid and returns the current configuration as a Vt struct ng_pptpgre_conf .
NGM_PPTPGRE_GET_STATS
This command returns a Vt struct ng_pptpgre_stats containing various node statistics.
NGM_PPTPGRE_CLR_STATS
This command resets the node statistics.
NGM_PPTPGRE_GETCLR_STATS
This command atomically gets and resets the node statistics, returning a Vt struct ng_pptpgre_stats .

SHUTDOWN

This node shuts down upon receipt of a NGM_SHUTDOWN control message, or when both hooks have been disconnected.

SEE ALSO

netgraph(4), ng_ksocket4, ng_ppp4, ngctl(8)
K. Hamzeh G. Pall W. Verthein J. Taarud W. Little G. Zorn "Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)" RFC 2637
S. Hanks T. Li D. Farinacci P. Traina "Generic Routing Encapsulation over IPv4 networks" RFC 1702

HISTORY

The node type was implemented in Fx 4.0 .

AUTHORS

An Archie Cobbs Aq archie@FreeBSD.org

BUGS

The node should not expect incoming GRE packets to have an IP header. This behavior is inherited from the (converse) behavior of raw IP sockets. An intermediate node that strips IP headers in one direction should be used instead.
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