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2011-03-24 P. A. Bagyenda <bagyenda@dsmagic.com>
* Rolled MM1 MM7 module into main MMSBox code
2011-01-28 P. A. Bagyenda <bagyenda@dsmagic.com>
* Fix bug in http mmsc module
2011-01-12 P. A. Bagyenda <bagyenda@dsmagic.com>

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@ -262,8 +150,7 @@ type, such as `sun4', or a canonical name which has the form:
where SYSTEM can have one of these forms:
OS
KERNEL-OS
OS KERNEL-OS
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@ -281,9 +168,9 @@ eventually be run) with `--host=TYPE'.
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@ -311,19 +198,11 @@ an Autoconf bug. Until the bug is fixed you can use this workaround:
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@ -350,16 +229,6 @@ operates.
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@ -350,7 +350,10 @@ if test "$CURL_CONFIG" != "no"; then
fi
fi
AC_CHECK_LIB([curl], [curl_global_init], [has_libcurl=true])
AC_CHECK_LIB([curl], [curl_global_init], [
CFLAGS="-DHAVE_LIBCURL=1 $CFLAGS";
has_libcurl=true
])
AM_CONDITIONAL([BUILD_MMSBOXMM1], [test x$has_libcurl = xtrue])

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@ -21,12 +21,17 @@ incoming-port = 12345
type = soap
# Sample conf for MMSBox using a modem (MM1)
#group = mmsc
#id = modem
#type = custom
#custom-settings = "smsc-on=lynx -dump 'http://localhost:13000/start-smsc?password=bar&smsc=nokia-modem';smsc-off=lynx -dump 'http://localhost:13000/stop-smsc?password=bar&smsc=nokia-modem';gprs-on=/usr/local/sbin/start-net-gprs;gprs-pid=cat /var/run/ppp-net.pid|head -1;port=13014;mmsc-url=http://net.mmsc/servlets/mms;proxy=10.11.12.13:8080;msisdn=100"
#mmsc-library = /usr/local/lib/libmmsbox_mm1.so
group = mmsc
id = modem
type = mm1
mm1-sms-on-command = lynx -dump 'http://localhost:13000/start-smsc?password=bar&smsc=nokia-modem'
mm1-sms-off-command = lynx -dump 'http://localhost:13000/stop-smsc?password=bar&smsc=nokia-modem'
mm1-msisdn = "100"
mm1-http-proxy = 10.11.12.13:8080
incoming-port = 13014
mmsc-url = http://net.mmsc/servlets/mms
mm1-gprs-on-command = /usr/local/sbin/start-net-gprs
mm1-gprs-pid-command = "cat /var/run/ppp-net.pid|head -1"
group = mms-service
name = me

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@ -285,7 +285,7 @@ provisioned, etc.
<li>Operating as a <b>VAS Gateway</b>, Mbuni provides:
<ul>
<li> Support for SOAP, EAIF and MM4 connectivity with an operator
<li> Support for SOAP, EAIF, MM1 and MM4 connectivity with an operator
MMSC (plus a special HTTP-based relay mechanism)
<li> Multiple connections to different MMSC of different types can
be maintained
@ -2488,15 +2488,23 @@ Supported configuration parameters are:
<td valign=top >
Mandatory:
Protocol spoken by this MMSC, one of <tt>soap</tt> for 3GPP MM7
SOAP, <tt>eaif</tt> for Nokia EAIF protocol, <tt>mm4</t> for 3GPP
SOAP, <tt>eaif</tt> for Nokia EAIF protocol, <tt>mm4</tt> for 3GPP
MM4, <tt>http</tt> for
special HTTP-based inter-mmsbox message relay (see below), or <tt>custom</tt> for
special HTTP-based inter-mmsbox message relay (see
below), <tt>mm1</tt> for GPRS/3G modem access to an operator MMSC, or <tt>custom</tt> for
a custom implementation handled by a loadable module (see
<tt>mmsc-library</tt> below).<br> For <tt>type = http</tt> the VAS GW
will forward the message to the URL provided using HTTP POST, with
CGI parameters: <tt>mms</tt> &ndash; the binary mms, <tt>from</tt>
&ndash; the sender address, <tt>to</tt> &ndash; the recipient
address. This allows fast inter-mmsbox message exchange.
address. This allows fast inter-mmsbox message
exchange. <br>For <tt>type=mm1</tt> it is expected
that <tt>mmsbox</tt> will send/receive messages directly from the
operator using an attached modem. To receive MMS, Kannel (or similar
SMS Gateway) must pass all received SMS to Mbuni via the
MMSC <tt>port</tt>. To send MMS, Mbuni will use
the <tt>mm1-sms-off-command</tt> (see below) to temporarily shutdown
the SMS Gateway, and then use the modem to send MMS
</td>
</tr>
@ -2598,7 +2606,10 @@ Supported configuration parameters are:
</td>
<td valign=top >
Port at which Mbuni listens for incoming messages from MMSC. Not
used for MM4 incoming connections (<tt>mm4-port</tt> is used instead).
used for MM4 incoming connections (<tt>mm4-port</tt> is used
instead). For <tt>mm1</tt> MMSCs this is the port to which (MO) MMS
notification messages should be routed. In this case, the
notification SMS should be contained in a <tt>text</tt> CGI parameter.
</td>
</tr>
@ -2888,6 +2899,132 @@ string
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td valign=top >
<tt>mm1-http-proxy</tt>
</td>
<td valign=top >
String
</td>
<td valign=top >
HTTP Proxy (in the form <i>host:port</i> to be used when sending MMS to the MMSC. (<tt>mm1</tt> MMSC only)
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td valign=top >
<tt>mm1-http-proxy</tt>
</td>
<td valign=top >
String
</td>
<td valign=top >
HTTP Proxy (in the form <i>host:port</i>) to be used when sending MMS to the MMSC. (<tt>mm1</tt> MMSC only.)
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td valign=top >
<tt>mm1-gprs-on-command</tt>
</td>
<td valign=top >
String
</td>
<td valign=top >
Command <tt>mmsbox</tt> will call to start a GPRS/3G operator
connection when sending MT MMS via the <tt>mm1</tt> type. This
command typically invokes <tt>pppd</tt> with suitable
parameters. <b>NOTE</b>: This command should return immediately
(i.e. it shouldn't block). (<tt>mm1</tt> MMSC only.)
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td valign=top >
<tt>mm1-gprs-off-command</tt>
</td>
<td valign=top >
String
</td>
<td valign=top >
Command <tt>mmsbox</tt> will call to stop the GPRS/3G operator
connection after sending MT MMS via the <tt>mm1</tt> type. This
command typically kills the <tt>pppd</tt> in charge of the
connection started with the command above. (<tt>mm1</tt> MMSC only.)
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td valign=top >
<tt>mm1-gprs-pid-command</tt>
</td>
<td valign=top >
String
</td>
<td valign=top >
Command <tt>mmsbox</tt> will call to determine the ID of
the process controlling the GPRS/3G operator
connection after it is started. If this option is provided, then
a <tt>kill(2)</tt> will be used to terminate the GPRS/3G
connection, rather than the <tt>mm1-gprs-off-command</tt>. (<tt>mm1</tt> MMSC only.)
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td valign=top >
<tt>mm1-sms-off-command</tt>
</td>
<td valign=top >
String
</td>
<td valign=top >
Command <tt>mmsbox</tt> will call to stop the SMS Gateway modem link, just
before starting the GPRS/3G operator
connection. Because MO MMS is received as (SMS) notifications, the
modem must be shared with the SMS Gateway (such as Kannel). When a
notification is received by <tt>mmsbox</tt>, we must shutdown the
SMS Gateway's connection to the modem (typically, if using Kannel,
this means a call to the admin interface), fetch the MMS (via a
GPRS/3G connection initiated using the same modem), and then turn
SMS reception back on (see below). (<tt>mm1</tt> MMSC only.)
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td valign=top >
<tt>mm1-sms-on-command</tt>
</td>
<td valign=top >
String
</td>
<td valign=top >
Command <tt>mmsbox</tt> will call to start the SMS Gateway modem
link, once <tt>mmsbox</tt> has completed fetching MO MMS or sending
MT MMS via a GPRS/3G operator
connection. Typically, if using Kannel,
this means a call to the Kannel admin interface to start the
specific modem SMSC link. (<tt>mm1</tt> MMSC only.)
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td valign=top >
<tt>mm1-ua-string</tt>
</td>
<td valign=top >
String
</td>
<td valign=top >
HTTP USer Agent String to send to MMSC in HTTP requests (e.g. &quot;Mozilla/5.0 (SymbianOS/9.4;U;
Series60/5.0 Nokia5800d-1/52.50.2008.24;
Profile/MIDP-2.1Configuration/CLDC-1.1 )
AppleWebKit/413 (KHTML, like Gecko)
Safari/413&quot; to fake a request as
a Nokia 5800). This is
useful if the MMSC transcodes MT MMS based on the receiver type. (<tt>mm1</tt> MMSC only.)
</td>
</tr>
</table>

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@ -43,6 +43,7 @@ typedef struct {
long h_tid, d_tid; /* thread IDs. */
int sender_alive;
} MM1Settings;
typedef struct {
@ -99,15 +100,15 @@ static int open_mm1(MmscGrp *mmc, MmsQueueHandlerFuncs *qfs,
proxy = value;
else if (octstr_str_case_compare(item, "gprs-on") == 0)
gprs_on = value;
else if (octstr_str_case_compare(item, "gprs-off") == 0)
gprs_off = value;
else if (octstr_str_case_compare(item, "gprs-off") == 0)
gprs_off = value;
else if (octstr_str_case_compare(item, "gprs-pid") == 0)
gprs_pid = value;
else if (octstr_str_case_compare(item, "port") == 0) {
port = value ? atoi(octstr_get_cstr(value)) : 80;
if (http_open_port(port, 0) != 0)
mms_warning(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL, "failed to open incoming notifications port %d: %s",
port, strerror(errno));
port, strerror(errno));
}else if (octstr_str_case_compare(item, "http-interface") == 0)
interface = value;
else if (octstr_str_case_compare(item, "smsc-on") == 0)
@ -229,7 +230,7 @@ static void handle_notify(MM1Settings *mm1)
dlr_url = mmsbox_get_report_info(m, mm1->info, mmc_id,
(mtype == MMS_MSGTYPE_DELIVERY_IND) ?
"delivery-report" : "read-report",
status_value, rqh, NULL, 0, msgid);
status_value, rqh, NULL, 0, msgid);
qf = mm1->qfs->mms_queue_add(from, to, NULL,
mm1->info->id, mmc_id,
@ -308,9 +309,9 @@ static void handle_notify(MM1Settings *mm1)
static Octstr *send_msg(void *data, Octstr *from, Octstr *to,
Octstr *transid,
Octstr *linkedid, char *vasid, Octstr *service_code,
MmsMsg *m, List *hdrs, Octstr **err, int *retry)
Octstr *transid,
Octstr *linkedid, char *vasid, Octstr *service_code,
MmsMsg *m, List *hdrs, Octstr **err, int *retry)
{
MM1Request *r = gw_malloc(sizeof *r);
MM1Settings *s = data;
@ -348,13 +349,13 @@ static Octstr *send_msg(void *data, Octstr *from, Octstr *to,
id = r->result;
mms_info(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL, "sent message, type=%s, result=%s",
mms_message_type_to_cstr(mms_messagetype(m)), r->error ? octstr_get_cstr(r->error) : "(none)");
mms_message_type_to_cstr(mms_messagetype(m)), r->error ? octstr_get_cstr(r->error) : "(none)");
/* destroy the structure. */
if(r->error && (octstr_compare(r->error, octstr_imm("Error-service-denied")) == 0 ||
octstr_compare(r->error, octstr_imm("Error-permanent-failure")) == 0))
*retry = 0;
*retry = 0;
else
*retry = 1;
*retry = 1;
pthread_cond_destroy(&r->cond);
pthread_mutex_destroy(&r->mutex);
@ -382,7 +383,8 @@ static void handle_mm1(MM1Settings *mm1)
pid = start_gprs(mm1->gprs_on, mm1->gprs_pid);
if (pid < 0) {
mms_warning(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL,"failed to start GPRS connection. waiting...");
mms_warning(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL,
"Failed to start GPRS connection. waiting...");
gwthread_sleep(2);
goto kill_gprs;
} else
@ -408,7 +410,7 @@ static void handle_mm1(MM1Settings *mm1)
if (r->type == MM1_GET) {
if (m == NULL)
mms_error(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL, "failed to fetch mms from URL: %s!",
octstr_get_cstr(url));
octstr_get_cstr(url));
else {
List *mh = mms_message_headers(m), *to = gwlist_create();
Octstr *subject = NULL, *otransid = NULL, *msgid = NULL, *value;
@ -466,7 +468,7 @@ static void handle_mm1(MM1Settings *mm1)
msgid, NULL, mm1->info->id, "MMSBox",octstr_imm("MM1"), NULL);
else
mms_error(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL, "failed to create queue entry for URL %s",
octstr_get_cstr(url));
octstr_get_cstr(url));
if (otransid) { /* tell mmsc that we fetched fine. */
int _status;
@ -504,17 +506,17 @@ static void handle_mm1(MM1Settings *mm1)
(r->result = mms_get_header_value(m, octstr_imm("Message-ID"))) == NULL ||
octstr_compare(mms_get_header_value(m, octstr_imm("X-Mms-Response-Status")),
octstr_imm("Ok")) != 0
) {
) {
Octstr *err = m ? mms_get_header_value(m, octstr_imm("X-Mms-Response-Text")) : NULL;
Octstr *status = m ? mms_get_header_value(m, octstr_imm("X-Mms-Response-Status")) : NULL;
if(status && (octstr_compare(status, octstr_imm("Error-service-denied")) == 0 ||
octstr_compare(status, octstr_imm("Error-permanent-failure")) == 0)) {
r->error = octstr_duplicate(status);
r->error = octstr_duplicate(status);
}
r->result = NULL; /* indicate failure to bearerbox */
mms_error(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL, "Sending failed: %s, %s!",
err ? octstr_get_cstr(err) : "(none)",
status ? octstr_get_cstr(status) : "(none)");
err ? octstr_get_cstr(err) : "(none)",
status ? octstr_get_cstr(status) : "(none)");
octstr_destroy(err);
octstr_destroy(status);
}
@ -535,8 +537,8 @@ static void handle_mm1(MM1Settings *mm1)
int st;
wp = waitpid(pid, &st, WNOHANG);
if(wp == pid && WIFEXITED(st)) {
mms_info(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL, "GPRS pid (%d) appears to be dead - quitting loop", pid);
goto after_gprs_dead;
mms_info(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL, "GPRS pid (%d) appears to be dead - quitting loop", pid);
goto after_gprs_dead;
}
gwthread_sleep(2); /* according to Piotr Isajew, this makes life better */
} while (gwlist_len(mm1->requests) > 0 &&
@ -544,19 +546,19 @@ static void handle_mm1(MM1Settings *mm1)
kill_gprs:
if(r != NULL) {
if(r->waiter_exists) {
pthread_mutex_unlock(&r->mutex);
pthread_cond_signal(&r->cond);
} else{
gw_free(r);
}
if(r->waiter_exists) {
pthread_mutex_unlock(&r->mutex);
pthread_cond_signal(&r->cond);
} else{
gw_free(r);
}
}
if (mm1->gprs_off) {
stop_gprs(mm1->gprs_off);
} else if (pid > 0) { /* stop GPRS, restart SMSC connection. */
} else if (pid > 0) { /* stop GPRS, restart SMSC connection. */
int xkill, status;
pid_t wpid;
do {
@ -627,7 +629,8 @@ static int write_octstr_data(void *buffer, size_t size, size_t nmemb, void *user
Octstr *out = userp;
octstr_append_data(out, buffer, size*nmemb);
mms_info(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL, "write_data called with nmemn=%ld, size=%ld", nmemb, size);
mms_info(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL, "write_data called with nmemn=%ld, size=%ld",
nmemb, size);
return size*nmemb;
}
@ -658,6 +661,11 @@ static Octstr *fetch_content(Octstr *url, Octstr *proxy, Octstr *body, int *hsta
h = curl_slist_append(h, "Accept: */*");
if (body) { /* POST. */
h = curl_slist_append(h, "Content-Type: application/vnd.wap.mms-message");
h = curl_slist_append(h, "User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (SymbianOS/9.4;U;"
"Series60/5.0 Nokia5800d-1/52.50.2008.24;"
"Profile/MIDP-2.1Configuration/CLDC-1.1 ) "
"AppleWebKit/413 (KHTML, like Gecko) "
"Safari/413");
curl_easy_setopt(cl, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, octstr_get_cstr(body));
curl_easy_setopt(cl, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDSIZE, octstr_len(body));
}
@ -668,10 +676,12 @@ static Octstr *fetch_content(Octstr *url, Octstr *proxy, Octstr *body, int *hsta
*hstatus = curl_easy_perform(cl); /* post away! */
if (*hstatus != 0)
mms_error(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL, "failed to fetch/post content: %.256s",
errbuf);
mms_error(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL, "failed to fetch/post content to host %s [proxy: %s] [http_status=%d] : %.256s",
octstr_get_cstr(url), octstr_len(proxy) > 0 ? octstr_get_cstr(proxy) : "n/a",
*hstatus, errbuf);
curl_slist_free_all(h); /* free the header list */
curl_easy_setopt(cl, CURLOPT_NOSIGNAL, 0L);
curl_easy_cleanup(cl);
return s;
@ -681,21 +691,21 @@ static Octstr *fetch_content(Octstr *url, Octstr *proxy, Octstr *body, int *hsta
static void stop_gprs(Octstr *cmd)
{
pid_t pid = fork();
if (pid == 0) {
/* in child */
List *l = octstr_split_words(cmd);
int i, n = gwlist_len(l);
char **args = gw_malloc((n+1) * sizeof *args);
pid_t pid = fork();
if (pid == 0) {
/* in child */
List *l = octstr_split_words(cmd);
int i, n = gwlist_len(l);
char **args = gw_malloc((n+1) * sizeof *args);
for (i = 0; i < n; i++) {
Octstr *x = gwlist_get(l, i);
args[i] = octstr_get_cstr(x);
printf("arg %d: %s\n", i, args[i]);
}
args[i] = NULL;
printf("Not reached: %d!", execvp(args[0], args));
}
for (i = 0; i < n; i++) {
Octstr *x = gwlist_get(l, i);
args[i] = octstr_get_cstr(x);
printf("arg %d: %s\n", i, args[i]);
}
args[i] = NULL;
printf("Not reached: %d!", execvp(args[0], args));
}
}
#define MAX_GPRS_WAIT 80
@ -719,21 +729,21 @@ static long start_gprs(Octstr *cmd, Octstr *pid_cmd)
}
cpid = waitpid(pid, &status, WNOHANG); /* also wait for the child. */
mms_info(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL, "waiting for connection: %d, pid=%ld cpid=%ld, ifexited=%d, exitstatus=%d",
ct, (long)pid, cpid, WIFEXITED(status), WEXITSTATUS(status));
ct, (long)pid, cpid, WIFEXITED(status), WEXITSTATUS(status));
if (cpid == pid &&
WIFEXITED(status))
return -1;
return -1;
} while (GPRS_POLL*ct++ < MAX_GPRS_WAIT);
/* Timed out, but still need to wait for child pid, as
start-gprs script is still running and we don't need a
zombie */
start-gprs script is still running and we don't need a
zombie */
pid_t rpid;
int st;
rpid = waitpid(pid, &st, 0);
mms_info(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL, "pid %d terminated", pid);
return -1;
} else if (pid == 0) { /* child. */
} else if (pid == 0) { /* child. */
List *l = octstr_split_words(cmd);
int i, n = gwlist_len(l);
char **args = gw_malloc((n+1) * sizeof *args);

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@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
noinst_LIBRARIES = libmms.a
libmms_a_SOURCES = mms_eventlogger.c mms_mmbox.c mms_msg.c mms_queue.c mms_strings.c mms_uaprof.c mms_util.c mms_mm7soap.c mms_cfg.c
libmms_a_SOURCES = charmibenum.def mms_eventlogger.c mms_mmbox.c mms_msg.c mms_queue.c mms_strings.c mms_uaprof.c mms_util.c mms_mm7soap.c mms_cfg.c
EXTRA_DIST=mms_strings.def mms_eventlogger.h mms_mm7soap.h mms_mmbox.h mms_msg.h mms_queue.h mms_strings.h mms_uaprof.h mms_util.h mms_cfg.h mms_cfg.def mms_cfg-impl.h

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@ -198,6 +198,14 @@ MULTI_GROUP(mmsc,
OCTSTR(max-recipients)
OCTSTR(strip-prefixes)
OCTSTR(mm1-http-proxy)
OCTSTR(mm1-gprs-on-command)
OCTSTR(mm1-gprs-off-command)
OCTSTR(mm1-gprs-pid-command)
OCTSTR(mm1-sms-on-command)
OCTSTR(mm1-sms-off-command)
OCTSTR(mm1-msisdn)
OCTSTR(mm1-ua-string)
)
MULTI_GROUP(mms-service,

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@ -1784,7 +1784,7 @@ int mms_url_fetch_content(int method, Octstr *url, List *request_headers,
if (octstr_search(url, octstr_imm("data:"), 0) == 0) {
int i = octstr_search_char(url, ',',0);
Octstr *ctype = (i >= 0) ? octstr_copy(url, 5, i-5) : octstr_create("text/plain; charset=us-ascii");
Octstr *data = (i >= 0) ? octstr_copy(url, i+1, octstr_len(url)) : octstr_duplicate(url);
Octstr *data = (i >= 0) ? octstr_copy(url, i+1, octstr_len(url)) : octstr_copy(url,5,octstr_len(url));
Octstr *n = NULL, *h = NULL;

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@ -1018,7 +1018,7 @@ done:
return http_status_class(hstatus) == HTTP_STATUS_SUCCESSFUL ? 0 : -1;
}
static int mm7mm1_receive(MmsBoxHTTPClientInfo *);
static void dispatch_mm7_recv(List *rl)
{
@ -1026,9 +1026,10 @@ static void dispatch_mm7_recv(List *rl)
/* hmon->register_thread( "dispatch_mm7" ); */
while ((h = gwlist_consume(rl)) != NULL) {
int ret = -1, has_auth = 0;
MmscGrp *m = h->m;
if (auth_check(m->incoming.user,
int ret = -1, has_auth = (m->type != MM1_MMSC); /* We dont authenticate mm1. right? */
if (!has_auth && auth_check(m->incoming.user,
m->incoming.pass,
h->headers, &has_auth) != 0) { /* Ask it to authenticate... */
List *hh = http_create_empty_headers();
@ -1047,7 +1048,9 @@ static void dispatch_mm7_recv(List *rl)
ret = mm7soap_receive(h);
else if (h->m->type == EAIF_MMSC)
ret = mm7eaif_receive(h);
else
else if (h->m->type == MM1_MMSC)
ret = mm7mm1_receive(h);
else
ret = mm7http_receive(h);
h->m->last_pdu = time(NULL);
@ -1503,7 +1506,10 @@ done:
return ret;
}
static Octstr *mm7mm1_send(MmscGrp *mmc, Octstr *from, List *lto,
Octstr *transid,
Octstr *linkedid, char *vasid, Octstr *service_code,
MmsMsg *m, List *hdrs, Octstr **err, int *retry);
static int mms_sendtommsc(MmscGrp *mmc, MmsEnvelope *e,
List *lto, /* Of Octstr * */
Octstr *orig_transid,
@ -1531,6 +1537,9 @@ static int mms_sendtommsc(MmscGrp *mmc, MmsEnvelope *e,
id = mm7eaif_send(mmc, from, lto, transid, vasid, e, m, &err, &retry);
else if (mmc->type == HTTP_MMSC)
id = mm7http_send(mmc,e, from, lto, m, &err, &retry);
else if (mmc->type == MM1_MMSC)
id = mm7mm1_send(mmc, from, lto, transid, linkedid, vasid,
service_code, m, hdrs, &err, &retry);
else if (mmc->type == CUSTOM_MMSC && mmc->started) {
Octstr *to = gwlist_get(lto, 0); /* XXX Send one at a time*/
id = mmc->fns->send_msg(mmc->data,
@ -1629,7 +1638,7 @@ static void process_send_res(MmsEnvelope *e, MmsMsg *msg,
to->process = 0; /* No more attempts. */
/* handle CDR */
/* handle CDR */
if (res == MMS_SEND_OK || res == MMS_SEND_QUEUED || res == MMS_SEND_ERROR_FATAL) {
Octstr *mclass = mms_get_header_value(msg, octstr_imm("X-Mms-Message-Class"));
Octstr *prio = mms_get_header_value(msg, octstr_imm("X-Mms-Priority"));
@ -1642,7 +1651,7 @@ static void process_send_res(MmsEnvelope *e, MmsMsg *msg,
octstr_get_cstr(e->msgId),
mmc ? octstr_get_cstr(mmc->id) : NULL, /* Should we touch mmc here? XXX */
e->src_interface,
"MM7",
"MM7",
e->msize,
(char *)mms_message_type_to_cstr(e->msgtype),
@ -2147,7 +2156,7 @@ static Octstr *handle_msg(MIMEEntity *mm, Octstr *from, List *to, MmscGrp *mmc)
octstr_destroy(subject);
octstr_destroy(qf);
}
break;
break;
case MM4_DELIVERY_REPORT_REQ:
{
Octstr *qf;
@ -2174,20 +2183,20 @@ static Octstr *handle_msg(MIMEEntity *mm, Octstr *from, List *to, MmscGrp *mmc)
"MM7/MM4-IN",
NULL);
if (qf) {
mms_log("DeliveryReport", from, to, -1, msgid, value, mmc->id, "MMSBox", octstr_imm("smtp"), NULL);
err = "Ok";
res = octstr_duplicate(qf);
MMSC_CLEAR_ALARM(mmc, MMSBOX_ALARM_QUEUE_WRITE_ERROR);
} else {
MMSC_ISSUE_ALARM(mmc, MMSBOX_ALARM_QUEUE_WRITE_ERROR, 4);
err = "Error-network-problem";
}
if (qf) {
mms_log("DeliveryReport", from, to, -1, msgid, value, mmc->id, "MMSBox", octstr_imm("smtp"), NULL);
err = "Ok";
res = octstr_duplicate(qf);
MMSC_CLEAR_ALARM(mmc, MMSBOX_ALARM_QUEUE_WRITE_ERROR);
} else {
MMSC_ISSUE_ALARM(mmc, MMSBOX_ALARM_QUEUE_WRITE_ERROR, 4);
err = "Error-network-problem";
}
octstr_destroy(qf);
octstr_destroy(value2);
octstr_destroy(rr_uri);
http_destroy_headers(rqh);
octstr_destroy(qf);
octstr_destroy(value2);
octstr_destroy(rr_uri);
http_destroy_headers(rqh);
}
break;
@ -2237,7 +2246,7 @@ static Octstr *handle_msg(MIMEEntity *mm, Octstr *from, List *to, MmscGrp *mmc)
case MM4_READ_REPLY_REPORT_RES:
case MM4_DELIVERY_REPORT_RES: /* remove corresponding queue entry. */
/* Do nothing */
break;
break;
default:
mms_warning(0, "MM4", xproxy, "Unexpected message type: %s",
mm4_type ? octstr_get_cstr(mm4_type) : "not given!");
@ -2255,11 +2264,11 @@ static Octstr *handle_msg(MIMEEntity *mm, Octstr *from, List *to, MmscGrp *mmc)
if (mm4_type &&
err &&
ack && octstr_str_case_compare(ack, "Yes") == 0) {
int size = send_mm4_res(mtype+1, orig_sys, me, transid, err, res, octstr_get_cstr(sendmail_cmd));
int size = send_mm4_res(mtype+1, orig_sys, me, transid, err, res, octstr_get_cstr(sendmail_cmd));
mmsbox_event_cb(mmc->id, mm7type >= 0 ? mm7type + 1 : MM7_TAG_VASPErrorRsp,
1, octstr_imm("1.0"), 200,
size, 0, me, orig_sys, res, NULL, NULL, NULL);
mmsbox_event_cb(mmc->id, mm7type >= 0 ? mm7type + 1 : MM7_TAG_VASPErrorRsp,
1, octstr_imm("1.0"), 200,
size, 0, me, orig_sys, res, NULL, NULL, NULL);
} else if (mtype == MM4_FORWARD_REQ) /* Or straight up SMTP */
mmsbox_event_cb(mmc->id, mm7type >= 0 ? mm7type + 1 : MM7_TAG_VASPErrorRsp,
1, octstr_imm("1.0"), 200,
@ -2379,25 +2388,25 @@ static void smtp_process(int fd, Octstr *ip,
clean_address(&from, &isphone, &xproxy);
/* We now have the sender domain and the number. Find a matching MMSC */
if (!isphone || xproxy == NULL)
mmc = mmsbox_get_mmsc_by_url(octstr_imm("*"));
else
mmc = mmsbox_get_mmsc_by_url(xproxy);
/* We now have the sender domain and the number. Find a matching MMSC */
if (!isphone || xproxy == NULL)
mmc = mmsbox_get_mmsc_by_url(octstr_imm("*"));
else
mmc = mmsbox_get_mmsc_by_url(xproxy);
/* Check that we have an mmsc and the sender IP is allowed. */
if (mmc == NULL || xproxy == NULL ||
!is_allowed_ip(mmc->incoming.allow_ip, mmc->incoming.deny_ip, ip)) {
conn_write(c, octstr_imm("421 Sender not allowed\r\n"));
state = MERROR;
} else {
/* Check that we have an mmsc and the sender IP is allowed. */
if (mmc == NULL || xproxy == NULL ||
!is_allowed_ip(mmc->incoming.allow_ip, mmc->incoming.deny_ip, ip)) {
conn_write(c, octstr_imm("421 Sender not allowed\r\n"));
state = MERROR;
} else {
if (!mmc->strip_domain && isphone)
octstr_format_append(from, "@%S", xproxy);
conn_write(c, octstr_imm("250 Ok\r\n"));
state = MTO;
}
octstr_destroy(xproxy);
if (!mmc->strip_domain && isphone)
octstr_format_append(from, "@%S", xproxy);
conn_write(c, octstr_imm("250 Ok\r\n"));
state = MTO;
}
octstr_destroy(xproxy);
}
} else
conn_write(c, octstr_imm("500 Error.\r\n"));
@ -2562,3 +2571,567 @@ void mm4_receive_func(int *sock)
gwlist_destroy(slist, NULL);
}
/* MM1 functions and data */
typedef struct {
enum {MM1_GET, MM1_PUSH} type;
int waiter_exists; /* set to true if after handling, should signal and NOT destroy struct.*/
pthread_cond_t cond;
pthread_mutex_t mutex;
union {
MmsMsg *m; /* for push. */
Octstr *url; /* for get */
} u;
void *result; /* set to the result for a PUSH */
Octstr *err;
} MM1Request;
static long start_gprs(Octstr *cmd, Octstr *id, Octstr *pid_cmd);
static Octstr *fetch_content_with_curl(MmscGrp *mmc, Octstr *url, Octstr *body, int *hstatus);
static void stop_gprs(Octstr *cmd);
static Octstr *mm7mm1_send(MmscGrp *mmc, Octstr *from, List *lto,
Octstr *transid,
Octstr *linkedid, char *vasid, Octstr *service_code,
MmsMsg *m, List *hdrs, Octstr **err, int *retry)
{
MM1Request *r = gw_malloc(sizeof *r);
Octstr *id;
struct MM1Info_t *s = &mmc->mm1;
gw_assert(m);
if (!s->sender_alive) {
*err = octstr_imm("internal error, mm1 notify not started!");
*retry = 1;
return NULL;
}
/* Remove the from address first of all, replace the to address as well */
mms_replace_header_value(m, "From", "#insert");
mms_replace_header_values(m, "To", lto); /* Put in recipient list */
mms_remove_headers(m, "Message-ID");
r->u.m = m;
pthread_cond_init(&r->cond, NULL);
pthread_mutex_init(&r->mutex, NULL);
r->waiter_exists = 1;
r->type = MM1_PUSH;
r->result = NULL;
r->err = NULL;
pthread_mutex_lock(&r->mutex); /* at pickup, must grab mutex before signalling. otherwise race condition.*/
gwlist_produce(s->requests, r);
pthread_cond_wait(&r->cond, &r->mutex);
*err = r->err;
id = r->result;
mms_info(0, "MM1", mmc->id, "mm1_send: sent message, type=%s, result=%s",
mms_message_type_to_cstr(mms_messagetype(m)),
r->err ? octstr_get_cstr(r->err) : "(none)");
/* destroy the structure. */
if(r->err && (octstr_compare(r->err, octstr_imm("Error-service-denied")) == 0 ||
octstr_compare(r->err, octstr_imm("Error-permanent-failure")) == 0))
*retry = 0;
else
*retry = 1;
pthread_cond_destroy(&r->cond);
pthread_mutex_destroy(&r->mutex);
gw_free(r);
return id;
}
void handle_mm1_mt_requests(MmscGrp *mmsc)
{
/* stop smsc, start GPRS, transact, stop GPRS, start SMSC. And so on. */
MM1Request *r;
mms_info(0, "MM7", mmsc->id, "handle_mm1 [%s] started", octstr_get_cstr(mmsc->id));
mmsc->mm1.sender_alive++;
while ((r = gwlist_consume(mmsc->mm1.requests)) != NULL) {
long n, pid = -1;
if (mmsc->mm1.smsc_off) {
n = system(octstr_get_cstr(mmsc->mm1.smsc_off));
gwthread_sleep(5); /* allow it to die. */
}
if (mmsc->mm1.gprs_on)
pid = start_gprs(mmsc->mm1.gprs_on, mmsc->id, mmsc->mm1.gprs_pid);
if (pid < 0) {
mms_warning(0, "MM7", mmsc->id,
"Failed to start GPRS connection. waiting...");
gwthread_sleep(2);
goto kill_gprs;
} else
mms_info(0, "MM7", mmsc->id, "handle_mm1 [start_gprs] returned PID: %ld", pid);
do {
Octstr *body;
Octstr *url;
int hstatus = 0;
Octstr *ms;
MmsMsg *m;
int msize;
pid_t wp;
int st;
if (r->waiter_exists)
pthread_mutex_lock(&r->mutex); /* grab lock to avoid race condition */
body = (r->type == MM1_PUSH) ? mms_tobinary(r->u.m) : NULL;
url = (r->type == MM1_PUSH) ? mmsc->mmsc_url : r->u.url;
ms = fetch_content_with_curl(mmsc, url, body, &hstatus);
msize = ms ? octstr_len(ms) : 0;
m = (hstatus == 0 && ms) ? mms_frombinary(ms, mmsc->mm1.msisdn) : NULL;
if (r->type == MM1_GET) {
if (m == NULL)
mms_error(0, "MM7", mmsc->id, "failed to fetch mms from URL: %s!",
octstr_get_cstr(url));
else {
List *mh = mms_message_headers(m), *to = gwlist_create();
Octstr *subject = NULL, *otransid = NULL, *msgid = NULL, *value;
Octstr *hfrom = mh ? http_header_value(mh, octstr_imm("From")) : octstr_imm("anon@anon");
Octstr *qf = NULL, *qdir = NULL, *mmc_id = NULL;
time_t expiryt = -1, deliveryt = -1;
int dlr;
/* we assume it is a true message (send_req|retrieve_conf) */
mms_collect_envdata_from_msgheaders(mh, &to, &subject,
&otransid, &expiryt, &deliveryt,
DEFAULT_EXPIRE, -1,
octstr_get_cstr(unified_prefix),
strip_prefixes);
msgid = http_header_value(mh, octstr_imm("Message-ID"));
value = http_header_value(mh, octstr_imm("X-Mms-Delivery-Report"));
if (value &&
octstr_case_compare(value, octstr_imm("Yes")) == 0)
dlr = 1;
else
dlr = 0;
octstr_destroy(value);
if (deliveryt < 0)
deliveryt = time(NULL);
if (expiryt < 0)
expiryt = time(NULL) + DEFAULT_EXPIRE;
if (hfrom == NULL)
hfrom = http_header_value(mh, octstr_imm("From"));
mms_remove_headers(m, "Bcc");
mms_remove_headers(m, "X-Mms-Delivery-Time");
mms_remove_headers(m, "X-Mms-Expiry");
mms_remove_headers(m, "X-Mms-Sender-Visibility");
qdir = get_mmsbox_queue_dir(hfrom, to, mmsc, &mmc_id); /* get routing info. */
/* Save it, put message id in header, return. */
qf = qfs->mms_queue_add(hfrom, to, subject,
mmsc->id, mmc_id,
deliveryt, expiryt, m, NULL,
NULL, NULL,
NULL, NULL,
NULL,
dlr,
octstr_get_cstr(qdir),
"MM7/MM1-IN",
octstr_imm(MM_NAME));
if (qf) {
/* Log to access log */
mms_log("Received", hfrom, to, msize,
msgid, NULL, mmsc->id, "MMSBox",octstr_imm("MM1"), NULL);
MMSC_CLEAR_ALARM(mmsc, MMSBOX_ALARM_QUEUE_WRITE_ERROR);
} else {
mms_error(0, "MM7", mmsc->id, "handle_mm1: failed to create queue entry for URL %s",
octstr_get_cstr(url));
MMSC_ISSUE_ALARM(mmsc, MMSBOX_ALARM_QUEUE_WRITE_ERROR, 4);
}
if (otransid) { /* tell mmsc that we fetched fine. */
int _status;
MmsMsg *mresp = mms_notifyresp_ind(octstr_get_cstr(otransid),
mms_message_enc(m), "Retrieved", 1);
Octstr *sm = mms_tobinary(mresp);
Octstr *_x = fetch_content_with_curl(mmsc,
NULL,
sm,
&_status);
octstr_destroy(_x);
octstr_destroy(sm);
mms_destroy(mresp);
}
gwlist_destroy(to, (void *)octstr_destroy);
octstr_destroy(hfrom);
octstr_destroy(subject);
octstr_destroy(otransid);
octstr_destroy(msgid);
octstr_destroy(qf);
octstr_destroy(mmc_id);
http_destroy_headers(mh);
}
octstr_destroy(r->u.url); /* For GET only, because caller doesn't wait */
} else if (r->type == MM1_PUSH) {
Octstr *xs = NULL;
/* we expect a send-conf. */
if (ms) {
octstr_dump(ms, 0);
mms_msgdump(m, 1);
} else
mms_warning(0, "MM7", mmsc->id,"handle_mm1: No send-conf returned by operator");
if (m == NULL ||
(r->result = mms_get_header_value(m, octstr_imm("Message-ID"))) == NULL ||
octstr_compare((xs = mms_get_header_value(m, octstr_imm("X-Mms-Response-Status"))),
octstr_imm("Ok")) != 0) {
Octstr *err = m ? mms_get_header_value(m, octstr_imm("X-Mms-Response-Text")) : NULL;
Octstr *status = m ? mms_get_header_value(m, octstr_imm("X-Mms-Response-Status")) : NULL;
if(status && (octstr_compare(status, octstr_imm("Error-service-denied")) == 0 ||
octstr_compare(status, octstr_imm("Error-permanent-failure")) == 0)) {
r->err = octstr_duplicate(status);
}
r->result = NULL; /* indicate failure to bearerbox */
mms_error(0, "MM7", mmsc->id, "Sending failed: %s, %s!",
err ? octstr_get_cstr(err) : "(none)",
status ? octstr_get_cstr(status) : "(none)");
octstr_destroy(err);
octstr_destroy(status);
}
octstr_destroy(xs);
} else
mms_error(0, "MM7", mmsc->id, "unknown type: %d", r->type);
if (r->waiter_exists) {
pthread_mutex_unlock(&r->mutex);
pthread_cond_signal(&r->cond);
} else /* no waiter, so we free it ourselves. */
gw_free(r);
octstr_destroy(body);
octstr_destroy(ms);
mms_destroy(m);
r = NULL;
if (pid > 0) {
wp = waitpid(pid, &st, WNOHANG);
if(wp == pid && WIFEXITED(st)) {
mms_info(0, "MM7", mmsc->id, "GPRS pid (%d) appears to be dead - quitting loop", pid);
goto after_gprs_dead;
}
}
gwthread_sleep(2); /* according to Piotr Isajew, this makes life better */
} while (gwlist_len(mmsc->mm1.requests) > 0 &&
(r = gwlist_consume(mmsc->mm1.requests)) != NULL);
kill_gprs:
if(r != NULL) {
if(r->waiter_exists) {
pthread_mutex_unlock(&r->mutex);
pthread_cond_signal(&r->cond);
} else{
gw_free(r);
}
}
if (mmsc->mm1.gprs_off) {
stop_gprs(mmsc->mm1.gprs_off);
} else if (pid > 0) { /* stop GPRS, restart SMSC connection. */
int xkill, status;
pid_t wpid;
do {
xkill = kill(pid, SIGTERM);
mms_info(0, "MM7", mmsc->id, "GPRS turned off returned: %d", xkill);
if (xkill < 0 && errno == ESRCH)
break;
wpid = waitpid(pid, &status, 0);
if (wpid == pid && WIFEXITED(status))
break;
else if (wpid < 0 && errno == ECHILD)
break;
} while (1);
gwthread_sleep(2);
}
after_gprs_dead:
if (mmsc->mm1.smsc_on) {
system(octstr_get_cstr(mmsc->mm1.smsc_on));
gwthread_sleep(5);
mms_info(0, "MM7", mmsc->id, "SMSC turned on");
}
}
mmsc->mm1.sender_alive--;
mms_info(0, "MM7", mmsc->id, "handle_mm1 exits");
}
#ifdef HAVE_LIBCURL
#include <curl/curl.h>
static int write_octstr_data(void *buffer, size_t size, size_t nmemb, void *userp)
{
Octstr *out = userp;
octstr_append_data(out, buffer, size*nmemb);
mms_info(0, "mmsbox-mm1", NULL, "write_data called with nmemn=%ld, size=%ld",
nmemb, size);
return size*nmemb;
}
#endif
static Octstr *fetch_content_with_curl(MmscGrp *mmc, Octstr *url, Octstr *body, int *hstatus)
{
Octstr *s = octstr_create("");
#ifdef HAVE_LIBCURL
Octstr *proxy = mmc->mm1.proxy;
Octstr *ua = mmc->mm1.ua;
CURL *cl;
struct curl_slist *h = NULL;
char errbuf[512];
static int curl_inited = 0;
Octstr *xurl = url ? url : mmc->mmsc_url;
if (curl_inited == 0) {
curl_global_init(CURL_GLOBAL_ALL);
curl_inited = 1;
}
cl = curl_easy_init();
curl_easy_setopt(cl, CURLOPT_URL, octstr_get_cstr(xurl));
if (octstr_len(proxy) > 0)
curl_easy_setopt(cl, CURLOPT_PROXY, octstr_get_cstr(proxy));
curl_easy_setopt(cl, CURLOPT_WRITEFUNCTION, write_octstr_data);
curl_easy_setopt(cl, CURLOPT_WRITEDATA, s);
curl_easy_setopt(cl, CURLOPT_NOSIGNAL, 1L);
curl_easy_setopt(cl, CURLOPT_TIMEOUT, 120L);
curl_easy_setopt(cl, CURLOPT_FORBID_REUSE, 1L);
curl_easy_setopt(cl, CURLOPT_CONNECTTIMEOUT, 40L);
h = curl_slist_append(h, "Accept: */*");
if (body) { /* POST. */
h = curl_slist_append(h, "Content-Type: application/vnd.wap.mms-message");
curl_easy_setopt(cl, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, octstr_get_cstr(body));
curl_easy_setopt(cl, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDSIZE, octstr_len(body));
}