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 * portreasons.h -- Verbose packet-level information on port states        *
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 * Written by Eddie Bell <ejlbell@gmail.com> 2007

#ifndef REASON_H
#define REASON_H

#include "nmap.h"

#ifdef WIN32
#include "winsock2.h"
#include <netinet/in.h>

#include <sys/types.h>

class Target;
class PortList;

typedef unsigned short reason_t;

/* stored inside a Port Object and describes
 * why a port is in a specific state */
typedef struct port_reason {
      reason_t reason_id;
      struct in_addr ip_addr;
      unsigned short ttl;
      int state;
} state_reason_t;

/* used to calculate state reason summaries.
 * I.E 10 ports filter because of 10 no-responses */
typedef struct port_reason_summary {
      reason_t reason_id;
      unsigned int count;
      struct port_reason_summary *next;
} state_reason_summary_t;

/* portreasons.h:reason_codes and portreasons.cc:reason_str must stay in sync */
enum reason_codes {




/* Be careful to update these values if any ICMP
 * ER_* definitions are modified.
 * ICMP ER_* codes are calculated by adding the 
 * offsets below to an ICMP packets code/type value */
#define ER_ICMPCODE_MOD 7  
#define ER_ICMPTYPE_MOD 11  

/* passed to the print_state_summary.
 * STATE_REASON_EMPTY will append to the current line, prefixed with " because of"
 * STATE_REASON_FULL will start a new line, prefixed with "Reason:" */

/* Passed to reason_str to determine if string should be in
 * plural of singular form */
#define SINGULAR 1
#define PLURAL 2

void state_reason_init(state_reason_t *reason);

/* converts a reason_id to a string. number represents the 
 * amount ports in a given state. If there is more then one 
 * port the plural is used, otherwise the singular is used. */
const char *reason_str(reason_t reason_id, unsigned int number);

/* Displays reason summary messages */
void print_state_summary(PortList *Ports, unsigned short type);
void print_xml_state_summary(PortList *Ports, int state);

/* Build an output string based on reason and source ip address.
 * Uses static return value so previous values will be over
 * written by subsequent calls */
char *port_reason_str(state_reason_t r);
char *target_reason_str(Target *t);


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