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igate.c

/*
 * $Id: igate.c,v 1.41 2004/11/05 16:37:36 we7u Exp $
 *
 * XASTIR, Amateur Station Tracking and Information Reporting
 * Copyright (C) 1999,2000  Frank Giannandrea
 * Copyright (C) 2000-2004  The Xastir Group
 *
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
 * as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
 * of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 *
 * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
 * GNU General Public License for more details.
 *
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
 * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
 * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307, USA.
 *
 * Look at the README for more information on the program.
 */

#include "config.h"
#include "snprintf.h"

#include <termios.h>
#include <pthread.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <ctype.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <signal.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <Xm/XmAll.h>
#include <X11/Xatom.h>
#include <X11/Shell.h>

#include "xastir.h"
#include "igate.h"
#include "main.h"
#include "interface.h"
#include "xa_config.h"
#include "util.h"


time_t last_nws_stations_file_time = 0;
int NWS_stations = 0;
int max_NWS_stations = 0;
NWS_Data *NWS_station_data;



// Struct for holding packet data.  We use dynamically-allocated
// singly-linked lists.  The last record should have its "next"
// pointer set to NULL.
//
typedef struct _DupeRecord{
    char    data[MAX_TNC_LINE_SIZE+15]; // Packet data
    time_t  time;                       // The time the record was inserted
    struct  _DupeRecord *next;          // pointer to next record in list
} DupeRecord;



// Sent and Heard queue pointers.  These are used for the dupe-checking
// we do in the below routines.  We have one Sent and one Heard queue
// for each interface device.  These pointers will point to the head of
// each queue.  We really only need these queues for each TNC interface,
// but the user might destroy a NET interface and create a TNC interface
// during a single runtime, so we need to populate all of the pointers
// just in case.  If people switch types, the old queue will empty out
// (effectively anyway) within XX seconds, so we don't have to worry
// about cleaning out the queues in this case.
//
DupeRecord *heard_queue[MAX_IFACE_DEVICES];
DupeRecord  *sent_queue[MAX_IFACE_DEVICES];



// Types of queues for each interface
#define HEARD               0
#define SENT                1



// Insert mode for the queues
#define NO_FORCED_INSERT    0
#define FORCED_INSERT       1





// Initialization routine for this module which sets up the queue
// pointers when Xastir first starts.  Called from main.c:main()
//
void igate_init(void) {
    int i;

    for (i = 0; i < MAX_IFACE_DEVICES; i++) {
        heard_queue[i] = NULL;
        sent_queue[i] = NULL;
    }
}





//
// not_a_dupe:  Function which checks for duplicate packets.
//
// Returns: 1 if it's _not_ a duplicate record or we have an error
//          0 if it _is_ a duplicate record
//
// Since we need to run through every record checking for dupes anyway,
// we check the timestamp on each one as we go through.  If too old, we
// delete it from the head of the chain.  We add new records to the end.
// This makes it easy to keep it as a singly-linked list, and only have
// to deal with one record at a time.
//
// The way this is set up we keep a thirty second queue for each
// interface.  Any records older than this are at the head of the chain
// and are deleted one by one whenever this routine is called again due
// to a new packet coming through.  It's ok if these records sit around
// on the queue for a long time due to no igate activity.  It doesn't
// take long to delete them!
//
int not_a_dupe(int queue_type, int port, char *line, int insert_mode) {
    DupeRecord *ptr;
    DupeRecord *ptr_last;
    int insert_new;
    time_t time_cutoff;
    int found_dupe = 0;
    char match_line[MAX_TNC_LINE_SIZE*2];
    char line2[MAX_TNC_LINE_SIZE+1];
    char *c0, *c1, *c2;


    if ( (line == NULL) || (line[0] == '\0') )
        return(1);


    // Figure out what's "old"
    time_cutoff = sec_now() - (time_t)29;   // 29 seconds ago


    // Fill the destination string with zeroes.  This is a nice
    // segfault-prevention technique.  Whatever strings we throw in here
    // will be automatically terminated.
    memset(match_line, 0, MAX_TNC_LINE_SIZE*2);


    switch (queue_type) {

        case HEARD:
            ptr_last = ptr = heard_queue[port]; // May be NULL!

            // The insert_into_heard_queue() function below (called by
            // db.c decode routines in turn) will call this function
            // with FORCED_INSERT.  Other routines in igate.c will call
            // it with NO_FORCED_INSERT.  For the Heard queue we only
            // want the db.c decode routines inserting records.
            if (insert_mode == FORCED_INSERT)
                insert_new = 1; // Insert new records.
            else
                insert_new = 0; // Don't insert new records.

            // RF packets will have third-party headers and regular
            // headers that must be stripped off.  We only want to store
            // 3rd party RF strings in the Heard queue as the others
            // aren't going to be igated anyway.  For matching and
            // storage purposes the 3rd party packets should look
            // identical to how they were originally passed on the 'net,
            // so that we can try to find duplicates before transmitting
            // them again.

// NOTE:  Below is the parsing code for an internet packet for the Sent
// queue.  Modify it to parse 3rd party packets for the Heard queue.

// VE7VFM-12>APD214,VE7VAN-3*,WIDE3*:}WA7JAK>APK002,TCPIP*,VE7VFM-12*::N7WGR-7  :does{2

            // Changes needed before parsing code:  Get rid of first
            // part of packet up to the '}' symbol.  After this the
            // generic parsing code will work.

            c0 = strstr(line, ":}"); // Find start of 3rd party packet
            if (c0 == NULL) {   // Not 3rd party packet
                if (debug_level & 1024)
                    fprintf(stderr," Not 3rd party HeardQ: %s\n",line);
                return(1);
            }

            // Copy original packet into line2 for later parsing.  We
            // want to keep the '}' character because our own
            // transmissions out RF have that character as well.
            if (debug_level & 1024)
                fprintf(stderr,"3rd party HeardQ: %s\n",line);

            xastir_snprintf(line2,
                sizeof(line2),
                "%s",
                c0+1);

            break;

        case SENT:
            // For this queue we always want to insert records.  Only
            // igate.c functions call this.
            ptr_last = ptr = sent_queue[port];  // May be NULL!
            insert_new = 1; // Insert new records

            // No extra changes needed before parsing code, Example:
            // }VE7VFM-11>APW251,TCPIP,WE7U-14*::VE7VFM-9 :OK GOT EMAIL OK{058
            xastir_snprintf(line2,
                sizeof(line2),
                "%s",
                line);

            if (debug_level & 1024)
                fprintf(stderr," COMPLETE SENT PACKET: %s\n",line2);

            break;

        default:    
            // We shouldn't be here.
            return(1);

            break;
    }


    // Create the string we're going to compare against and that we
    // might store in the queue.  Knock off the path info and just check
    // source/destination/info portions of the packet for a match.
 
    c1 = strstr(line2, ","); // Find comma after destination
    c2 = strstr(line2, ":"); // Find end of path

    if ( (c1 != NULL) && (c2 != NULL) ) {           // Found both separators

        // Copy source/destination portion
        xastir_snprintf(match_line,
            sizeof(match_line),
            "%s",
            line2);
        match_line[(int)(c1-line2)] = '\0';         // Terminate the substring

        strncat(match_line,                         // Copy info portion
            c2+1,
            sizeof(match_line) - strlen(match_line));
    }
    else {  // At least one separator was not found, copy entire string
        xastir_snprintf(match_line,
            sizeof(match_line),
            "%s",
            line2);
    }


    // Run through the selected queue from beginning to end.  If the
    // pointer is NULL, the queue is empty and we're already done.
    while (ptr != NULL && !found_dupe) {

        // Check the timestamp to determine whether to delete this
        // record
        if (ptr->time < time_cutoff) {  // Old record, delete it
            DupeRecord *temp;

            if (debug_level & 1024) {
                switch (queue_type) {
                    case HEARD:
                        fprintf(stderr,"HEARD Deleting record: %s\n",ptr->data);
                        break;
                    case SENT:
                        fprintf(stderr," SENT Deleting record: %s\n",ptr->data);
                        break;
                    default:
                        break;
                }
            }

            // Delete record and free up the space
            temp = ptr;
            ptr = ptr->next;    // May be NULL!
            free(temp);

            // Point master queue pointer to new head of queue.
            // Make sure to carry along ptr_last as well, as this is
            // our possible insertion point later.
            switch (queue_type) {
                case HEARD:
                    heard_queue[port] = ptr_last = ptr; // May be NULL!
                    break;
                case SENT:
                    sent_queue[port] = ptr_last = ptr;  // May be NULL!
                default:
                    break;
            }
        }

        else {  // Record is current.  Check for a match.

            //fprintf(stderr,"\n\t\t%s\n\t\t%s\n",ptr->data,match_line);

            if (strcmp(ptr->data,match_line) == 0) {
                // We found a dupe!  We're done with the loop.
                found_dupe++;

                if (debug_level & 1024) {
                    switch (queue_type) {
                        case HEARD:
                            fprintf(stderr,"HEARD*     Found dupe: %s\n",match_line);
                            break;
                        case SENT:
                            fprintf(stderr,"SENT*      Found dupe: %s\n",match_line);
                        default:
                            break;
                    }
                }
            }
            else {  // Not a dupe, skip to the next record in the
                    // queue.  Keep a pointer to the last record
                    // compared so that we have a possible insertion
                    // point later.  Once we hit the end (NULL), we
                    // can't back up one.
                ptr_last = ptr;     // Save pointer to last record
                ptr = ptr->next;    // Advance one.  May be NULL!
            }
        }
    }   // End of while loop


    if (found_dupe) {

        if (debug_level & 1024) {
            switch (port_data[port].device_type) {
                case DEVICE_SERIAL_TNC_AUX_GPS:
                case DEVICE_SERIAL_TNC_HSP_GPS:
                case DEVICE_SERIAL_TNC:
                case DEVICE_AX25_TNC:
                case DEVICE_SERIAL_KISS_TNC:
                case DEVICE_SERIAL_MKISS_TNC:
                case DEVICE_NET_AGWPE:
                    fprintf(stderr,"        Found RF dupe: %s\n",match_line);
                    break;

                default:
                    fprintf(stderr,"       Found NET dupe: %s\n",match_line);
                    break;
            }
        }

        return(0);  // Found a dupe, return
    }

    else {

        // If insert_new == 1, insert each non-dupe record into the
        // queue and give it a timestamp.  ptr_next is currently
        // either NULL or points to the last record in the chain.
        if (insert_new) {
            DupeRecord *temp;

            if (debug_level & 1024) {
                switch (queue_type) {
                    case HEARD:
                        fprintf(stderr,"HEARD   Adding record: %s\n",match_line);
                        break;
                    case SENT:
                        fprintf(stderr," SENT   Adding record: %s\n",match_line);
                        break;
                    default:
                        break;
                }
            }

            // Allocate a new storage space for the record and fill
            // it in.
            temp = (DupeRecord *)malloc(sizeof(DupeRecord));

            if (!temp) {
                fprintf(stderr,"Couldn't allocate memory in not_a_dupe()\n");
                return(1);  // Send back "not a dupe"
            }

            temp->time = (time_t)sec_now();

            xastir_snprintf(temp->data,
                sizeof(temp->data),
                "%s",
                match_line);

            temp->next = NULL;  // Will be the end of the linked list

            if (ptr_last == NULL) { // Queue is currently empty

                // Add record to empty list.  Point master queue pointer
                // to new head of queue.
                switch (queue_type) {
                    case HEARD:
                        heard_queue[port] = temp;
                        break;
                    case SENT:
                        sent_queue[port] = temp;
                    default:
                        break;
                }
            }
            else {  // Queue is not empty, add the record to the end of
                    // the list.
                ptr_last->next = temp;
            }
        }
    }
    return(1);  // Nope, not a dupe
}




 
// Function which the receive routines call to insert a received
// packet into the HEARD queue for an interface.  The packet will
// get added to the end of the linked list if it's not a duplicate
// record.
//
// Check to make sure it's an RF interface, else return
//
void insert_into_heard_queue(int port, char *line) {

    switch (port_data[port].device_type) {

        case DEVICE_SERIAL_TNC_AUX_GPS:
        case DEVICE_SERIAL_TNC_HSP_GPS:
        case DEVICE_SERIAL_TNC:
        case DEVICE_AX25_TNC:
        case DEVICE_SERIAL_KISS_TNC:
        case DEVICE_SERIAL_MKISS_TNC:
        case DEVICE_NET_AGWPE:
 
            // We're not using the dupe check function, but merely the
            // expiration and insert functions of not_a_dupe()

            // Don't insert the "Tickle" lines that keep the internet
            // sockets alive 
            if ( (strncasecmp(line,"# Tickle",8) != 0)
                    && (strncasecmp(line,"#Tickle",7) != 0) ) {
                (void)not_a_dupe(HEARD, port, line, FORCED_INSERT);
            }

            break;

        default:    // Get out if not an RF interface
            return;

            break;
    }
}





/****************************************************************/
/* output data to inet interfaces                               */
/* line: data to send out                                       */
/* port: port data came from                                    */
/****************************************************************/
void output_igate_net(char *line, int port, int third_party) {
    char data_txt[MAX_LINE_SIZE+5];
    char temp[MAX_LINE_SIZE+5];
    char *call_sign;
    char *path;
    char *message;
    int len,i,x,first;
    int igate_options;

    call_sign = NULL;
    path      = NULL;
    message   = NULL;
    first     = 1;

    if (line == NULL)
        return;

    if (line[0] == '\0')
        return;

    // Don't igate packets read in from a log file (port -1).
    // Packets from x_spider (port -2) are ok to igate.
    if (port == -1)
        return;

//fprintf(stderr,"Igating: %s\n", line);

    // Should we Igate from RF->NET?
    if (operate_as_an_igate <= 0)
        return;

    xastir_snprintf(temp,
        sizeof(temp),
        "%s",
        line);

    // Check for null call_sign field
    call_sign = strtok(temp,">");
    if (call_sign == NULL)
        return;

    // Check for null path field
    path = strtok(NULL,":");
    if (path == NULL)
        return;

    // Check for "TCPIP" or "TCPXX" in the path.  If found, don't
    // gate this into the internet again, it's already been gated to
    // RF, which means it's already been on the 'net.  No looping
    // allowed here...
    //
    // We also now support NOGATE and RFONLY options.  If these are
    // seen in the path, do _not_ gate those packets into the
    // internet.
    //
    // Don't gate OpenTrac expanded packets to the 'net.
    //
    if ( (strstr(path,"TCPXX") != NULL)
            || (strstr(path,"TCPIP") != NULL && port >= 0) // x_spider ok
            || (strstr(path,"NOGATE") != NULL)
            || (strstr(path,"RFONLY") != NULL)
            || (strstr(path,"OPNTRK") != NULL)      // OpenTrac Packet
            || (strstr(path,"OPNTRC") != NULL) ) {  // OpenTrac Packet
 
            if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {

                xastir_snprintf(temp,
                    sizeof(temp),
                    "IGATE RF->NET(%c):%s\n",
                    third_party ? 'T':'N',
                    line);
                log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

                xastir_snprintf(temp,
                    sizeof(temp),
                    "REJECT: Packet was gated before or shouldn't be gated!\n");
                log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

                fprintf(stderr,temp);
        }
        return;
    }
 
    // Check for null message field
    message = strtok(NULL,"");
    if (message == NULL)
        return;

    // Check for third party messages.  We don't want to gate these
    // back onto the internet feeds
    if (message[0] == '}') {

        if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "IGATE RF->NET(%c):%s\n",
                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                line);
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "REJECT: Third party traffic!\n");
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            fprintf(stderr,temp);
        }
        return;
    }

    // Check for generic queries, which have a '?' mark as the first
    // character in the message field.  We don't wish to gate these.
    if (message[0] == '?') {

        if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "IGATE RF->NET(%c):%s\n",
                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                line);
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "REJECT: Generic Query!\n");
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            fprintf(stderr,temp);
        }
        return;
    }

    len = (int)strlen(call_sign);
    for (i=0;i<len;i++) {

        // just in case we see an asterisk get rid of it
        if (call_sign[i] == '*') {
            call_sign[i] = '\0';
            i = len+1;
        }
    }

    // Check for my callsign
    if (strcmp(call_sign,my_callsign) == 0) {

        if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "IGATE RF->NET(%c):%s\n",
                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                line);
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "REJECT: From my call!\n");
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            fprintf(stderr,temp);
        }
        return;
    }
 
    // Should I filter out more here.. get rid of all data
    // or Look in the path for things line "AP" "GPS" "ID" etc..?

begin_critical_section(&devices_lock, "igate.c:output_igate_net" );

    // If received from x_spider port or it's our own tactical call.
    // Here are the special port numbers we might see:
    // -1: We're reading in from a log file
    // -2: Packet came from x_spider server port (therefore it's
    //     already authenticated)
    // -3: We're reading in tactical calls from file
    //
    if (port == -1)         // Packet came from a log file.
        igate_options = 0;  // Don't igate it.

    else if (port == -2)    // Packet came from x_spider server port
        igate_options = 1;  // Ok to igate.

    else if (port == -3)    // We're reading tactical call from file.
        igate_options = 0;  // Don't igate it.

    else if (port < -2)     // Errant port number.
        igate_options = 0;  // Don't igate it.

    else    // Port number is 0 or positive number.  A real port.
            // Decide whether to igate it based on the port's
            // configuration.
        igate_options = devices[port].igate_options;


end_critical_section(&devices_lock, "igate.c:output_igate_net" );

    if (igate_options <= 0 ) {

        if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "IGATE RF->NET(%c):%s\n",
                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                line);
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "REJECT: No RF->NET from input port [%d]!\n",
                port);
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            fprintf(stderr,temp);
        }
        return;
    }

    xastir_snprintf(data_txt,
        sizeof(data_txt),
        "%s%c%c",
        line,
        '\r',
        '\n');

    // write data out to net interfaces
    for (x = 0; x < MAX_IFACE_DEVICES; x++) {

        // Find all internet interfaces that are "up"
        if (port_data[x].device_type == DEVICE_NET_STREAM
                && x!=port && port_data[x].status == DEVICE_UP) {
            int pcode;

            // Check whether we have a valid callsign/password
            // combination for this interface.  If not, don't gate
            // packets to it.
            pcode = atoi(port_data[x].device_host_pswd);
            if (checkHash(my_callsign, pcode)) {
                // The pcode checks out.  Allow sending the
                // packet out to the internet.

                // log traffic for the first "up" interface only
                if (log_igate && first) {
                    xastir_snprintf(temp,
                        sizeof(temp),
                        "IGATE RF->NET(%c):%s\n",
                        third_party ? 'T':'N',
                        line);
                    log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

                    first = 0;
                }

                // Now log the interface that each bit of traffic
                // goes out on.
                xastir_snprintf(temp,
                    sizeof(temp),
                    "TRANSMIT: IGate RF->NET packet on device:%d\n",
                    x);

                // log output
                if (log_igate)
                    log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

                if (debug_level & 1024)
                    fprintf(stderr,"%s\n",temp);

                // Write this data out to the Inet port The "1"
                // means raw format, the last digit says to _not_
                // use the unproto_igate path
                output_my_data(data_txt,x,1,0,0,NULL);
//fprintf(stderr,"Sending: %s\n", data_txt);
            }
        }
    }
}





/****************************************************************/
/* output data to tnc interfaces                                */
/* from: type of port heard from                                */
/* call: call sign heard from                                   */
/* line: data to gate to rf                                     */
/* port: port data came from                                    */
/****************************************************************/
void output_igate_rf(char *from, char *call, char *path, char *line, int port, int third_party) {
    char temp[MAX_LINE_SIZE+20];
    int x;
    int first = 1;
    char *ii;
    char *jj;


    if ( (from == NULL) || (call == NULL) || (path == NULL) || (line == NULL) )
        return;

    if ( (from[0] == '\0') || (call[0] == '\0') || (path[0] == '\0') || (line[0] == '\0') )
        return;

    // Should we Igate from NET->RF?
    if (operate_as_an_igate <= 1)
        return;

    // Check for TCPXX in string.  If found, we have an
    // unregistered net user.
    // I removed the trailing asterisk -we7u
    if (strstr(path,"TCPXX") != NULL) {
        // "TCPXX" was found in the header.  We have an
        // unregistered user.
        if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {
            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "IGATE NET->RF(%c):%s\n",
                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                line);
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "REJECT: Unregistered net user!\n");
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);
            fprintf(stderr,temp);
        }
        return;
    }

    // Don't gate anything with NOGATE in it, in either direction.
    // Same for OpenTrac packets.
    if ( (strstr(path,"NOGATE") != NULL)
         || (strstr(path,"OPNTRK") != NULL)     // OpenTrac Packet
         || (strstr(path,"OPNTRC") != NULL) ) { // OpenTrac Packet
        // "NOGATE" was found in the header.  Don't gate it.
        if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {
            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "IGATE NET->RF(%c):%s\n",
                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                line);
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "REJECT: NOGATE found in path or shouldn't be gated!\n");
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);
            fprintf(stderr,temp);
        }
        return;
    }

    // Don't gate generic queries in any direction.  These packets
    // have a '?' character after the initial ':' character.
    //
    ii = strstr(path,":");  // Find the first ':' character
    jj = strstr(path,":?"); // Find ":?" combination

    if ( (jj != NULL) && (ii == jj) ) {
        // We found a generic query.  Don't gate it.
        if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {
            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "IGATE NET->RF(%c):%s\n",
                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                line);
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "REJECT: Generic query!\n");
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);
            fprintf(stderr,temp);
        }
        return;
    }
 
    // Check whether the source and destination calls have been
    // heard on local RF.
    if (!heard_via_tnc_in_past_hour(call)==1        // Haven't heard destination call in previous hour
            || heard_via_tnc_in_past_hour(from)) {  // Have heard source call in previous hour

        if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {
            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "IGATE NET->RF(%c):%s\n",
                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                line);
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

        //  heard(call),  heard(from) : RF-to-RF talk
        // !heard(call),  heard(from) : Destination not heard on TNC
        // !heard(call), !heard(from) : Destination/source not heard on TNC

        if (!heard_via_tnc_in_past_hour(call))
            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "REJECT: Destination not heard on TNC within an hour %s!\n",
                call );
        else
            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "REJECT: RF->RF talk!\n");
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);
            fprintf(stderr,temp);
        }
        return;
    }
 


    // Station we are going to is heard via tnc but station sending
    // shouldn't be heard via TNC.  Write data out to interfaces.
    for (x=0; x<MAX_IFACE_DEVICES;x++) {

        //fprintf(stderr,"%d\n",x);

//WE7U
        // Check here against "heard" queue for each interface.
        // Drop the packet on the floor if it was already received
        // on this interface within the last XX seconds.  This means
        // that some other igate beat us to the punch.  The receive
        // routines have to fill this queue.  Prune outdated
        // records.
        //
        // Also check here against "sent" queue for each interface.
        // Drop the packet on the floor if already sent within the
        // last XX seconds.  Add this packet to the queue if it
        // isn't already in it.  Prune outdated records.
        if (x != port
                && not_a_dupe(HEARD, x, line, NO_FORCED_INSERT)
                && not_a_dupe( SENT, x, line, NO_FORCED_INSERT) ) {

            //fprintf(stderr,"output_igate_rf: Not a dupe port %d, transmitting\n",x);

            switch (port_data[x].device_type) {

                case DEVICE_SERIAL_TNC_AUX_GPS:
                case DEVICE_SERIAL_TNC_HSP_GPS:
                case DEVICE_SERIAL_TNC:
                case DEVICE_AX25_TNC:
                case DEVICE_SERIAL_KISS_TNC:
                case DEVICE_SERIAL_MKISS_TNC:
                case DEVICE_NET_AGWPE:

begin_critical_section(&devices_lock, "igate.c:output_igate_rf" );

                    if (devices[x].igate_options>1 && port_data[x].status==DEVICE_UP) {

                        // log traffic for first "up" interface only
                        if (log_igate && first) {
                            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                                sizeof(temp),
                                "IGATE NET->RF(%c):%s\n",
                                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                                line);
                            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);
                            first = 0;
                        }

                        xastir_snprintf(temp,
                            sizeof(temp),
                            "TRANSMIT: IGate NET->RF packet on device:%d\n",
                            x);

                        // log output
                        if (log_igate)
                            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

                        if (debug_level & 1024)
                            fprintf(stderr,temp);

                        // ok write this data out to the RF port

end_critical_section(&devices_lock, "igate.c:output_igate_rf" );

                        // First "0" means "cooked"
                        // format, last digit: use
                        // unproto_igate path
                        output_my_data(line,x,0,0,1,NULL);

begin_critical_section(&devices_lock, "igate.c:output_igate_rf" );

                    }
                    else {
                        if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {
                            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                                sizeof(temp),
                                "IGATE NET->RF(%c):%s\n",
                                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                                line);
                            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

                            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                                sizeof(temp),
                                "REJECT: NET->RF on port [%d]!\n",
                                x);
                            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);
                            fprintf(stderr,temp);
                        }
                    }

end_critical_section(&devices_lock, "igate.c:output_igate_rf" );

                    break;

                default:
                    break;
            }   // End of switch
        }   // End of if
    }   // End of for
}





void add_NWS_stations(void) {
    void *tmp_ptr;

    if (NWS_stations>=max_NWS_stations) {
        if ((tmp_ptr = realloc(NWS_station_data, sizeof(NWS_Data)*(max_NWS_stations+11)))) {
            NWS_station_data = tmp_ptr;
            max_NWS_stations += 10;
        }
        else {
            fprintf(stderr,"Unable to allocate more space for NWS_station_data\n");
        }
    }
}





/****************************************************************/
/* Load NWS stations file                                       */
/* file: file to read                                           */
/****************************************************************/
void load_NWS_stations(char *file) {
    FILE *f;
    char line[40];

    if (file == NULL)
        return;

    if (file[0] == '\0')
        return;

    f = fopen(file,"r");
    if (f!=NULL) {
        while (!feof(f)) {
            if (strlen(get_line(f,line,40))>0) {
                // look for comment
                if (line[0] != '#' ) {
                    NWS_stations++;
                    add_NWS_stations();
                    if (NWS_station_data != NULL) {
                        // add data
                        // Note:  Size of string variable is 12
                        // bytes, defined in igate.h
                        (void)sscanf(line,"%11s",NWS_station_data[NWS_stations-1].call);
                        if (debug_level & 1024)
                            fprintf(stderr,"LINE:%s\n",line);
                    }
                    else {
                        fprintf(stderr,"Can't allocate data space for NWS station\n");
                    }
                }
            }
        }
        (void)fclose(f);
    }
    else
        fprintf(stderr,"Couldn't open NWS stations file: %s\n", file);
}





// check NWS stations file
//
// call: call to check
// returns 1 for found
//
// Both the incoming call and the stored call we're matching against
// have to be >= 3 characters long.  This routine will match only up
// to the length of the stored string, so we now allow partial
// matches.
//
int check_NWS_stations(char *call) {
    int ok, i, length, length_incoming;


    if (call == NULL)
        return(0);

    if (call[0] == '\0')
        return(0);

    if (debug_level & 1024)
        fprintf(stderr,"igate.c::check_NWS_stations %s\n", call);

    // Make sure that the incoming call is longer than three
    // characters.  If not, skip it.
    length_incoming = strlen(call);
    if (length_incoming < 3)
        return(0);

    ok=0;
    for (i=0; i<NWS_stations && !ok; i++) {

        // Compute length of stored string.  If it's shorter than
        // three characters, skip it and go on to the next one.
        length = strlen(NWS_station_data[i].call);

        if (length >= 3) {
            // Compare the incoming call only up to the length of the
            // stored call.  This allows partial matches.  The
            // stored call could be significantly shorter than the
            // incoming call, but at least three characters.
            if (strncasecmp(call, NWS_station_data[i].call, length)==0) {

                ok=1; // match found 
                if (debug_level && 1024) {
                    fprintf(stderr,"NWS-MATCH:(%s) (%s)\n",NWS_station_data[i].call,call);
                }
            }
        }
        else {
            // Do nothing.  Stored call is too short.
        }
    }
    return(ok);
}





/****************************************************************/
/* output NWS data to tnc interfaces                            */
/* from: type of port heard from                                */
/* call: call sign heard from                                   */
/* line: data to gate to rf                                     */
/* port: port data came from                                    */
/****************************************************************/
void output_nws_igate_rf(char *from, char *path, char *line, int port, int third_party) {
    char temp[MAX_LINE_SIZE+20];
    int x;
    int first = 1;


    if ( (from == NULL) || (path == NULL) || (line == NULL) )
        return;

    if ( (from[0] == '\0') || (path[0] == '\0') || (line[0] == '\0') )
        return;

    // Should we Igate from NET->RF?
    if (operate_as_an_igate <= 1)
        return;

    // Check for TCPXX in string!  If found, we have an
    // unregistered net user.
    // I removed the trailing asterisk --we7u
    if (strstr(path,"TCPXX") != NULL) {
        // "TCPXX" was found in the header.  We have an
        // unregistered user.
        if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {
            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "NWS IGATE NET->RF(%c):%s\n",
                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                line);
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "REJECT: Unregistered net user!\n");
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);
            fprintf(stderr,temp);
        }
        return;
    }

    // no unregistered net user found in string.  Look for NOGATE
    // next.

    if ( strstr(path,"NOGATE") != NULL ) {
        // "NOGATE" was found in the header.  Don't gate it.
        if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {
            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "NWS IGATE NET->RF(%c):%s\n",
                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                line);
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "REJECT: NOGATE found in path!\n");
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);
            fprintf(stderr,temp);
        }
        return;
    }
 
    // see if we can gate NWS messages
    if (!filethere(get_user_base_dir("data/nws-stations.txt"))) {
        if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {
            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "NWS IGATE NET->RF(%c):%s\n",
                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                line);
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "REJECT: No nws-stations.txt file!\n");
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);
            fprintf(stderr,temp);
        }
        return;
    }

    // check to see if the nws-stations file is newer than last read
    if (last_nws_stations_file_time < file_time(get_user_base_dir("data/nws-stations.txt"))) {
        last_nws_stations_file_time = file_time(get_user_base_dir("data/nws-stations.txt"));
        load_NWS_stations(get_user_base_dir("data/nws-stations.txt"));
        //fprintf(stderr,"NWS Station file time is old\n");
    }

    // Look for NWS station in file data
    if (!check_NWS_stations(from)){ // Couldn't find the station

        if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {
            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "NWS IGATE NET->RF(%c):%s\n",
                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                line);
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                sizeof(temp),
                "REJECT: No matching station in nws-stations.txt file!\n");
            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);
            fprintf(stderr,temp);
        }
        return; // Match for station not found in file
    }

    //fprintf(stderr,"SENDING NWS VIA TNC!!!!\n");
    // write data out to interfaces
    for (x=0; x<MAX_IFACE_DEVICES;x++) {

//WE7U
        // Check here against "heard" queue for each interface.
        // Drop the packet on the floor if it was already received
        // on this interface within the last XX seconds.  This means
        // that some other igate beat us to the punch.  The receive
        // routines have to fill this queue.  Prune outdated
        // records.
        //
        // Also check here against "sent" queue for each interface.
        // Drop the packet on the floor if already sent within the
        // last XX seconds.  Add this packet to the queue if it
        // isn't already in it.  Prune outdated records.
        if (x != port
                && not_a_dupe(HEARD, x, line, NO_FORCED_INSERT)
                && not_a_dupe( SENT, x, line, NO_FORCED_INSERT) ) {

            switch (port_data[x].device_type) {

                case DEVICE_SERIAL_TNC_AUX_GPS:
                case DEVICE_SERIAL_TNC_HSP_GPS:
                case DEVICE_SERIAL_TNC:
                case DEVICE_AX25_TNC:
                case DEVICE_SERIAL_KISS_TNC:
                case DEVICE_SERIAL_MKISS_TNC:
                case DEVICE_NET_AGWPE:

begin_critical_section(&devices_lock, "igate.c:output_nws_igate_rf" );

                    if (devices[x].igate_options>1
                            && port_data[x].status==DEVICE_UP) {

                        // log traffic for first "up" interface only
                        if (log_igate && first) {
                            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                                sizeof(temp),
                                "NWS IGATE NET->RF(%c):%s\n",
                                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                                line);
                            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);
                            first = 0;
                        }

                        xastir_snprintf(temp,
                            sizeof(temp),
                            "TRANSMIT: IGate NET->RF packet on device:%d\n",
                            x);

                        // log output
                        if (log_igate)
                            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

                        if (debug_level & 1024)
                            fprintf(stderr,temp);

                        // ok write this data out to the RF port

end_critical_section(&devices_lock, "igate.c:output_nws_igate_rf" );

                        // First "0" means "cooked"
                        // format, last digit: use
                        // unproto_igate path
                        output_my_data(line,x,0,0,1,NULL);

begin_critical_section(&devices_lock, "igate.c:output_nws_igate_rf" );

                    }
                    else {
                        if (log_igate && (debug_level & 1024) ) {
                            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                                sizeof(temp),
                                "NWS IGATE NET->RF(%c):%s\n",
                                third_party ? 'T':'N',
                                line);
                            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);

                            xastir_snprintf(temp,
                                sizeof(temp),
                                "REJECT: NET->RF on port [%d]!\n",
                                x);
                            log_data(LOGFILE_IGATE,temp);
                            fprintf(stderr,temp);
                        }
                    }

end_critical_section(&devices_lock, "igate.c:output_nws_igate_rf" );

                   break;

                default:
                    break;
            }
        }
    }
}



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