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#include "libtorrent/ip_filter.hpp"
#include <boost/utility.hpp>

#include "test.hpp"
#include "libtorrent/socket_io.hpp"

/*

Currently this test only tests that the filter can handle
IPv4 addresses. Maybe it should be extended to IPv6 as well,
but the actual code is just a template, so it is probably
pretty safe to assume that as long as it works for IPv4 it
also works for IPv6.
	
*/

using namespace libtorrent;

template <class Addr>
bool compare(ip_range<Addr> const& lhs
	, ip_range<Addr> const& rhs)
{
	return lhs.first == rhs.first
		&& lhs.last == rhs.last
		&& lhs.flags == rhs.flags;
}

#define IP(x) address::from_string(x, ec)
#define IP4(x) address_v4::from_string(x, ec)

void test_rules_invariant(std::vector<ip_range<address_v4> > const& r, ip_filter const& f)
{
	typedef std::vector<ip_range<address_v4> >::const_iterator iterator;
	TEST_CHECK(!r.empty());
	if (r.empty()) return;

	error_code ec;
	TEST_CHECK(r.front().first == IP("0.0.0.0"));
	TEST_CHECK(r.back().last == IP("255.255.255.255"));
	
	iterator i = r.begin();
	iterator j = boost::next(i);
	for (iterator i(r.begin()), j(boost::next(r.begin()))
		, end(r.end()); j != end; ++j, ++i)
	{
		TEST_CHECK(f.access(i->last) == i->flags);
		TEST_CHECK(f.access(j->first) == j->flags);
		TEST_CHECK(i->last.to_ulong() + 1 == j->first.to_ulong());
	}
}

int test_main()
{
	using namespace libtorrent;

	std::vector<ip_range<address_v4> > range;
	error_code ec;

	// **** test joining of ranges at the end ****
	ip_range<address_v4> expected1[] =
	{
		{IP4("0.0.0.0"), IP4("0.255.255.255"), 0}
		, {IP4("1.0.0.0"), IP4("3.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked}
		, {IP4("3.0.0.1"), IP4("255.255.255.255"), 0}
	};
	
	{
		ip_filter f;
		f.add_rule(IP("1.0.0.0"), IP("2.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);
		f.add_rule(IP("2.0.0.1"), IP("3.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);

#if TORRENT_USE_IPV6
		range = boost::get<0>(f.export_filter());
#else
		range = f.export_filter();
#endif
		test_rules_invariant(range, f);

		TEST_CHECK(range.size() == 3);
		TEST_CHECK(std::equal(range.begin(), range.end(), expected1, &compare<address_v4>));

	}
	
	// **** test joining of ranges at the start ****

	{
		ip_filter f;
		f.add_rule(IP("2.0.0.1"), IP("3.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);
		f.add_rule(IP("1.0.0.0"), IP("2.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);

#if TORRENT_USE_IPV6
		range = boost::get<0>(f.export_filter());
#else
		range = f.export_filter();
#endif
		test_rules_invariant(range, f);

		TEST_CHECK(range.size() == 3);
		TEST_CHECK(std::equal(range.begin(), range.end(), expected1, &compare<address_v4>));

	}	


	// **** test joining of overlapping ranges at the start ****

	{
		ip_filter f;
		f.add_rule(IP("2.0.0.1"), IP("3.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);
		f.add_rule(IP("1.0.0.0"), IP("2.4.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);

#if TORRENT_USE_IPV6
		range = boost::get<0>(f.export_filter());
#else
		range = f.export_filter();
#endif
		test_rules_invariant(range, f);

		TEST_CHECK(range.size() == 3);
		TEST_CHECK(std::equal(range.begin(), range.end(), expected1, &compare<address_v4>));

	}	


	// **** test joining of overlapping ranges at the end ****

	{
		ip_filter f;
		f.add_rule(IP("1.0.0.0"), IP("2.4.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);
		f.add_rule(IP("2.0.0.1"), IP("3.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);

#if TORRENT_USE_IPV6
		range = boost::get<0>(f.export_filter());
#else
		range = f.export_filter();
#endif
		test_rules_invariant(range, f);

		TEST_CHECK(range.size() == 3);
		TEST_CHECK(std::equal(range.begin(), range.end(), expected1, &compare<address_v4>));

	}	


	// **** test joining of multiple overlapping ranges 1 ****

	{
		ip_filter f;
		f.add_rule(IP("1.0.0.0"), IP("2.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);
		f.add_rule(IP("3.0.0.0"), IP("4.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);
		f.add_rule(IP("5.0.0.0"), IP("6.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);
		f.add_rule(IP("7.0.0.0"), IP("8.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);

		f.add_rule(IP("1.0.1.0"), IP("9.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);
		
#if TORRENT_USE_IPV6
		range = boost::get<0>(f.export_filter());
#else
		range = f.export_filter();
#endif
		test_rules_invariant(range, f);

		TEST_CHECK(range.size() == 3);
		ip_range<address_v4> expected[] =
		{
			{IP4("0.0.0.0"), IP4("0.255.255.255"), 0}
			, {IP4("1.0.0.0"), IP4("9.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked}
			, {IP4("9.0.0.1"), IP4("255.255.255.255"), 0}
		};
	
		TEST_CHECK(std::equal(range.begin(), range.end(), expected, &compare<address_v4>));

	}	

	// **** test joining of multiple overlapping ranges 2 ****

	{
		ip_filter f;
		f.add_rule(IP("1.0.0.0"), IP("2.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);
		f.add_rule(IP("3.0.0.0"), IP("4.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);
		f.add_rule(IP("5.0.0.0"), IP("6.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);
		f.add_rule(IP("7.0.0.0"), IP("8.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked);

		f.add_rule(IP("0.0.1.0"), IP("7.0.4.0"), ip_filter::blocked);

#if TORRENT_USE_IPV6
		range = boost::get<0>(f.export_filter());
#else
		range = f.export_filter();
#endif
		test_rules_invariant(range, f);

		TEST_CHECK(range.size() == 3);
		ip_range<address_v4> expected[] =
		{
			{IP4("0.0.0.0"), IP4("0.0.0.255"), 0}
			, {IP4("0.0.1.0"), IP4("8.0.0.0"), ip_filter::blocked}
			, {IP4("8.0.0.1"), IP4("255.255.255.255"), 0}
		};
	
		TEST_CHECK(std::equal(range.begin(), range.end(), expected, &compare<address_v4>));

	}	

	port_filter pf;

	// default contructed port filter should allow any port
	TEST_CHECK(pf.access(0) == 0);
	TEST_CHECK(pf.access(65535) == 0);
	TEST_CHECK(pf.access(6881) == 0);

	// block port 100 - 300
	pf.add_rule(100, 300, port_filter::blocked);

	TEST_CHECK(pf.access(0) == 0);
	TEST_CHECK(pf.access(99) == 0);
	TEST_CHECK(pf.access(100) == port_filter::blocked);
	TEST_CHECK(pf.access(150) == port_filter::blocked);
	TEST_CHECK(pf.access(300) == port_filter::blocked);
	TEST_CHECK(pf.access(301) == 0);
	TEST_CHECK(pf.access(6881) == 0);
	TEST_CHECK(pf.access(65535) == 0);

	return 0;
}