Commit ebeb291e authored by Tomek Mrugalski's avatar Tomek Mrugalski 🛰
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[3195] Two unit-tests implemented for unicast sockets

parent e3683e45
......@@ -145,6 +145,27 @@ public:
return (sockets_count);
/// @brief returns socket bound to a specific address (or NULL)
/// A helper function, used to pick a socketinfo that is bound to a given
/// address.
/// @param sockets sockets collection
/// @param addr address the socket is bound to
/// @return socket info structure (or NULL)
const isc::dhcp::SocketInfo*
getSocketByAddr(const isc::dhcp::Iface::SocketCollection& sockets,
const IOAddress& addr) {
for (isc::dhcp::Iface::SocketCollection::const_iterator s =
sockets.begin(); s != sockets.end(); ++s) {
if (s->addr_ == addr) {
return (&(*s));
return (NULL);
// We need some known interface to work reliably. Loopback interface is named
......@@ -1520,4 +1541,99 @@ TEST_F(IfaceMgrTest, controlSession) {
// Test checks if the unicast sockets can be opened.
// This test is now disabled, because there is no reliable way to test it. We
// can't even use loopback, beacuse openSockets() skips loopback interface
// (as it should be, because DHCP server is not supposed to listen on loopback).
TEST_F(IfaceMgrTest, DISABLED_openUnicastSockets) {
/// @todo Need to implement a test that is able to check whether we can open
/// unicast sockets. There are 2 problems with it:
/// 1. We need to have a non-link-local address on an interface that is
/// up, running, IPv6 and multicast capable
/// 2. We need that information on every OS that we run tests on. So far
/// we are only supporting interface detection in Linux.
/// To achieve this, we will probably need a pre-test setup, similar to what
/// BIND9 is doing (i.e. configuring well known addresses on loopback).
scoped_ptr<NakedIfaceMgr> ifacemgr(new NakedIfaceMgr());
// Get the interface (todo: which interface)
Iface* iface = ifacemgr->getIface("eth0");
iface->inactive6_ = false;
// Tell the interface that it should bind to this global interface
// Tell IfaceMgr to open sockets. This should trigger at least 2 sockets
// to open on eth0: link-local and global. On some systems (Linux), an
// additional socket for multicast may be opened.
const Iface::SocketCollection& sockets = iface->getSockets();
ASSERT_GE(2, sockets.size());
// Global unicast should be first
EXPECT_TRUE(getSocketByAddr(sockets, IOAddress("2001:db8::1")));
EXPECT_TRUE(getSocketByAddr(sockets, IOAddress("figure-out-link-local-addr")));
// This test requires addresses 2001:db8:15c::1/128 and fe80::1/64 to be
// configured on loopback interface
// Useful commands:
// ip a a 2001:db8:15c::1/128 dev lo
// ip a a fe80::1/64 dev lo
// If you do not issue those commands before running this test, it will fail.
TEST_F(IfaceMgrTest, DISABLED_getSocket) {
// Testing socket operation in a portable way is tricky
// without interface detection implemented.
scoped_ptr<NakedIfaceMgr> ifacemgr(new NakedIfaceMgr());
IOAddress lo_addr("::1");
IOAddress link_local("fe80::1");
IOAddress global("2001:db8:15c::1");
IOAddress dst_link_local("fe80::dead:beef");
IOAddress dst_global("2001:db8:15c::dead:beef");
// Bind loopback address
int socket1 = ifacemgr->openSocket(LOOPBACK, lo_addr, 10547);
EXPECT_GE(socket1, 0); // socket >= 0
// Bind link-local address
int socket2 = ifacemgr->openSocket(LOOPBACK, link_local, 10547);
EXPECT_GE(socket2, 0);
int socket3 = ifacemgr->openSocket(LOOPBACK, global, 10547);
EXPECT_GE(socket3, 0);
// Let's make sure those sockets are unique
EXPECT_NE(socket1, socket2);
EXPECT_NE(socket2, socket3);
EXPECT_NE(socket3, socket1);
// Create a packet
Pkt6 pkt6(DHCPV6_SOLICIT, 123);
// Check that packets sent to link-local will get socket bound to link local
EXPECT_EQ(socket3, ifacemgr->getSocket(pkt6));
// Check that packets sent to link-local will get socket bound to link local
EXPECT_EQ(socket2, ifacemgr->getSocket(pkt6));
// Close sockets here because the following tests will want to
// open sockets on the same ports.
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