Re: [Anima] GRASP M_FLOOD captured from Reggie.py -- could it be wrong?

Michael Richardson <mcr+ietf@sandelman.ca> Mon, 14 December 2020 03:11 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Anima] GRASP M_FLOOD captured from Reggie.py -- could it be wrong?
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Carsten Bormann <cabo@tzi.org> wrote:
    > You forced me to get a bigger screen...
    > I don’t know what you are trying to say here:

    >> On 13. Dec 2020, at 20:43, Michael Richardson <mcr+ietf@sandelman.ca>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >> I guess I'm still confused by why this is: [
    >> [objective1],[locator2-option], [objective2],[locator2-option],...]
    >>
    >> and not: [ [objective1, locator2-option], [objective2,
    >> locator2-option],...]
    >>
    >> or maybe: [ [[objective1], [locator2-option]], [[objective2],
    >> [locator2-option]],…]

    > An objective already is an array, so there is little point in putting
    > array brackets around one.

    > [foo, bar, baz, bat, [obj1, loc1]]

    > Is a valid instance as is

    > [foo, bar, baz, bat, [obj1, loc1], [obj2, loc2]]

I see.
I thought it was:
  [foo, bar, baz, bat, [[obj1, loc1], [obj2, loc2]]]

but I understand the CDDL better now.

    > So the packet decode you captured is right, and the version with the
    > added one-element array (0x81) does not match the CDDL.

The original capture was, to repeat:

   [9, 3591865773, h'2607F0B0000F000200000000000005F7', 120000,
     [
       ["AN_join_registrar", 5, 1, "EST-TLS"],
       [103, h'2607F0B0000F000200000000000005F7', 6, 80]
     ]
   ]

So, if there were two objectives, it would be:

   [9, 3591865773, h'2607F0B0000F000200000000000005F7', 120000,
     [
       ["AN_join_registrar", 5, 1, "EST-TLS"],
       [103, h'2607F0B0000F000200000000000005F7', 6, 80]
     ],
     [
       ["AN_more_funr", 5, 1, "EST-TLS"],
       [104, h'2607F0B0', 6, 80]
     ]
   ]


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