Re: [anonsec] I-D Action:draft-ietf-btns-connection-latching-06.txt

"Daniel Migault" <mglt.biz@gmail.com> Thu, 10 April 2008 16:31 UTC

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Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 18:10:57 +0200
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This one is really great! Distinction of creation, state transition and
notification with different lines really helps to clarify it!
Daniel


On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 5:19 PM, Nicolas Williams <Nicolas.Williams@sun.com>
wrote:

> On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 04:22:02PM +0200, Daniel Migault wrote:
> > Maybe there is a solution to drop the  SUSPEND state and merge it with
> the
> > BROKEN state by  considering different transition condition from
> ESTABLISHED
> > to BROKEN.
>
> That's exactly what I did:
>
>   <CREATE_LISTENER_LATCH(3-tuple, ...)>
>                  :
>                  v    <CREATE_CONNECTION_LATCH(5-tuple, ...)>
>             /--------\           :   :
>      +------|LISTENER|......     :   :
>      |      \--------/     :     :   :   +--------------------+
>      |        :            :     :   :   |Legend:             |
>      |        :            :     :   :   | dotted lines denote|
>      |  <conn. trigger event>    :   :   |    latch creation  |
>      |      (e.g., TCP SYN :     :   :   |                    |
>      |       received,     :     :   :   | solid lines denote |
>      |       connect()     :     :   :   |    state transition|
>      |       called, ...)  v     v   :   |                    |
>      |        :        /-----------\ :   | semi-solid lines   |
>      |        :        |ESTABLISHED| :   |    denote async    |
>      |    <conflict>   \-----------/ :   |    notification    |
>      |        :         ^       |    :   +--------------------+
>      |        :         |      <conflict>
>      |        :    <conflict    |    :
>      |        :     cleared>    |    :
>      |        :    (OPTIONAL)   |    :
>      |        :         |       v    v
>      |        :      /----------------\
>      |        :.....>|     BROKEN     |.-.-.-.-.-> <ALERT()>
>      |               \----------------/
>       |                       |
>   <RELEASE_LATCH()>   <RELEASE_LATCH()>
>      |                       |
>      |                       v
>       |                    /------\
>      +------------------->|CLOSED|
>                           \------/
>
> > I don't think we have too many states, and I eventually would add
>  CONECTION
> > larval state for LC objects. On the other hand, if I really had to drop
> one
> > state I would rather drop larval state like the LISTEN state.
>
> Check out the above diagram.  I think it's simple enough now.
>
> Nico
> --
>



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