mDNSEmbeddedAPI.h   [plain text]


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   NOTE:
   If you're building an application that uses DNS Service Discovery
   this is probably NOT the header file you're looking for.
   In most cases you will want to use /usr/include/dns_sd.h instead.

   This header file defines the lowest level raw interface to mDNSCore,
   which is appropriate *only* on tiny embedded systems where everything
   runs in a single address space and memory is extremely constrained.
   All the APIs here are malloc-free, which means that the caller is
   responsible for passing in a pointer to the relevant storage that
   will be used in the execution of that call, and (when called with
   correct parameters) all the calls are guaranteed to succeed. There
   is never a case where a call can suffer intermittent failures because
   the implementation calls malloc() and sometimes malloc() returns NULL
   because memory is so limited that no more is available.
   This is primarily for devices that need to have precisely known fixed
   memory requirements, with absolutely no uncertainty or run-time variation,
   but that certainty comes at a cost of more difficult programming.
   
   For applications running on general-purpose desktop operating systems
   (Mac OS, Linux, Solaris, Windows, etc.) the API you should use is
   /usr/include/dns_sd.h, which defines the API by which multiple
   independent client processes communicate their DNS Service Discovery
   requests to a single "mdnsd" daemon running in the background.
   
   Even on platforms that don't run multiple independent processes in
   multiple independent address spaces, you can still use the preferred
   dns_sd.h APIs by linking in "dnssd_clientshim.c", which implements
   the standard "dns_sd.h" API calls, allocates any required storage
   using malloc(), and then calls through to the low-level malloc-free
   mDNSCore routines defined here. This has the benefit that even though
   you're running on a small embedded system with a single address space,
   you can still use the exact same client C code as you'd use on a
   general-purpose desktop system.

 */

#ifndef __mDNSClientAPI_h
#define __mDNSClientAPI_h

#if defined(EFI32) || defined(EFI64) || defined(EFIX64)
// EFI doesn't have stdarg.h unless it's building with GCC.
#include "Tiano.h"
#if !defined(__GNUC__)
#define va_list         VA_LIST
#define va_start(a, b)  VA_START(a, b)
#define va_end(a)       VA_END(a)
#define va_arg(a, b)    VA_ARG(a, b)
#endif
#else
#include <stdarg.h>		// stdarg.h is required for for va_list support for the mDNS_vsnprintf declaration
#endif

#include "mDNSDebug.h"
#if APPLE_OSX_mDNSResponder
#include <uuid/uuid.h>
#endif

#ifdef __cplusplus
	extern "C" {
#endif

// ***************************************************************************
// Function scope indicators

// If you see "mDNSlocal" before a function name in a C file, it means the function is not callable outside this file
#ifndef mDNSlocal
#define mDNSlocal static
#endif
// If you see "mDNSexport" before a symbol in a C file, it means the symbol is exported for use by clients
// For every "mDNSexport" in a C file, there needs to be a corresponding "extern" declaration in some header file
// (When a C file #includes a header file, the "extern" declarations tell the compiler:
// "This symbol exists -- but not necessarily in this C file.")
#ifndef mDNSexport
#define mDNSexport
#endif

// Explanation: These local/export markers are a little habit of mine for signaling the programmers' intentions.
// When "mDNSlocal" is just a synonym for "static", and "mDNSexport" is a complete no-op, you could be
// forgiven for asking what purpose they serve. The idea is that if you see "mDNSexport" in front of a
// function definition it means the programmer intended it to be exported and callable from other files
// in the project. If you see "mDNSlocal" in front of a function definition it means the programmer
// intended it to be private to that file. If you see neither in front of a function definition it
// means the programmer forgot (so you should work out which it is supposed to be, and fix it).
// Using "mDNSlocal" instead of "static" makes it easier to do a textual searches for one or the other.
// For example you can do a search for "static" to find if any functions declare any local variables as "static"
// (generally a bad idea unless it's also "const", because static storage usually risks being non-thread-safe)
// without the results being cluttered with hundreds of matches for functions declared static.
// - Stuart Cheshire

// ***************************************************************************
// Structure packing macro

// If we're not using GNUC, it's not fatal.
// Most compilers naturally pack the on-the-wire structures correctly anyway, so a plain "struct" is usually fine.
// In the event that structures are not packed correctly, mDNS_Init() will detect this and report an error, so the
// developer will know what's wrong, and can investigate what needs to be done on that compiler to provide proper packing.
#ifndef packedstruct
 #if ((__GNUC__ > 2) || ((__GNUC__ == 2) && (__GNUC_MINOR__ >= 9)))
  #define packedstruct struct __attribute__((__packed__))
  #define packedunion  union  __attribute__((__packed__))
 #else
  #define packedstruct struct
  #define packedunion  union
 #endif
#endif

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark - DNS Resource Record class and type constants
#endif

typedef enum							// From RFC 1035
	{
	kDNSClass_IN               = 1,		// Internet
	kDNSClass_CS               = 2,		// CSNET
	kDNSClass_CH               = 3,		// CHAOS
	kDNSClass_HS               = 4,		// Hesiod
	kDNSClass_NONE             = 254,	// Used in DNS UPDATE [RFC 2136]

	kDNSClass_Mask             = 0x7FFF,// Multicast DNS uses the bottom 15 bits to identify the record class...
	kDNSClass_UniqueRRSet      = 0x8000,// ... and the top bit indicates that all other cached records are now invalid

	kDNSQClass_ANY             = 255,	// Not a DNS class, but a DNS query class, meaning "all classes"
	kDNSQClass_UnicastResponse = 0x8000	// Top bit set in a question means "unicast response acceptable"
	} DNS_ClassValues;

typedef enum				// From RFC 1035
	{
	kDNSType_A = 1,			//  1 Address
	kDNSType_NS,			//  2 Name Server
	kDNSType_MD,			//  3 Mail Destination
	kDNSType_MF,			//  4 Mail Forwarder
	kDNSType_CNAME,			//  5 Canonical Name
	kDNSType_SOA,			//  6 Start of Authority
	kDNSType_MB,			//  7 Mailbox
	kDNSType_MG,			//  8 Mail Group
	kDNSType_MR,			//  9 Mail Rename
	kDNSType_NULL,			// 10 NULL RR
	kDNSType_WKS,			// 11 Well-known-service
	kDNSType_PTR,			// 12 Domain name pointer
	kDNSType_HINFO,			// 13 Host information
	kDNSType_MINFO,			// 14 Mailbox information
	kDNSType_MX,			// 15 Mail Exchanger
	kDNSType_TXT,			// 16 Arbitrary text string
	kDNSType_RP,			// 17 Responsible person
	kDNSType_AFSDB,			// 18 AFS cell database
	kDNSType_X25,			// 19 X_25 calling address
	kDNSType_ISDN,			// 20 ISDN calling address
	kDNSType_RT,			// 21 Router
	kDNSType_NSAP,			// 22 NSAP address
	kDNSType_NSAP_PTR,		// 23 Reverse NSAP lookup (deprecated)
	kDNSType_SIG,			// 24 Security signature
	kDNSType_KEY,			// 25 Security key
	kDNSType_PX,			// 26 X.400 mail mapping
	kDNSType_GPOS,			// 27 Geographical position (withdrawn)
	kDNSType_AAAA,			// 28 IPv6 Address
	kDNSType_LOC,			// 29 Location Information
	kDNSType_NXT,			// 30 Next domain (security)
	kDNSType_EID,			// 31 Endpoint identifier
	kDNSType_NIMLOC,		// 32 Nimrod Locator
	kDNSType_SRV,			// 33 Service record
	kDNSType_ATMA,			// 34 ATM Address
	kDNSType_NAPTR,			// 35 Naming Authority PoinTeR
	kDNSType_KX,			// 36 Key Exchange
	kDNSType_CERT,			// 37 Certification record
	kDNSType_A6,			// 38 IPv6 Address (deprecated)
	kDNSType_DNAME,			// 39 Non-terminal DNAME (for IPv6)
	kDNSType_SINK,			// 40 Kitchen sink (experimental)
	kDNSType_OPT,			// 41 EDNS0 option (meta-RR)
	kDNSType_APL,			// 42 Address Prefix List
	kDNSType_DS,			// 43 Delegation Signer
	kDNSType_SSHFP,			// 44 SSH Key Fingerprint
	kDNSType_IPSECKEY,		// 45 IPSECKEY
	kDNSType_RRSIG,			// 46 RRSIG
	kDNSType_NSEC,			// 47 Denial of Existence
	kDNSType_DNSKEY,		// 48 DNSKEY
	kDNSType_DHCID,			// 49 DHCP Client Identifier
	kDNSType_NSEC3,			// 50 Hashed Authenticated Denial of Existence
	kDNSType_NSEC3PARAM,	// 51 Hashed Authenticated Denial of Existence

	kDNSType_HIP = 55,		// 55 Host Identity Protocol

	kDNSType_SPF = 99,		// 99 Sender Policy Framework for E-Mail
	kDNSType_UINFO,			// 100 IANA-Reserved
	kDNSType_UID,			// 101 IANA-Reserved
	kDNSType_GID,			// 102 IANA-Reserved
	kDNSType_UNSPEC,		// 103 IANA-Reserved

	kDNSType_TKEY = 249,	// 249 Transaction key
	kDNSType_TSIG,			// 250 Transaction signature
	kDNSType_IXFR,			// 251 Incremental zone transfer
	kDNSType_AXFR,			// 252 Transfer zone of authority
	kDNSType_MAILB,			// 253 Transfer mailbox records
	kDNSType_MAILA,			// 254 Transfer mail agent records
	kDNSQType_ANY			// Not a DNS type, but a DNS query type, meaning "all types"
	} DNS_TypeValues;

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - Simple types
#endif

// mDNS defines its own names for these common types to simplify portability across
// multiple platforms that may each have their own (different) names for these types.
typedef          int   mDNSBool;
typedef   signed char  mDNSs8;
typedef unsigned char  mDNSu8;
typedef   signed short mDNSs16;
typedef unsigned short mDNSu16;

// <http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc-3.3.3/cpp/Common-Predefined-Macros.html> says
//   __LP64__ _LP64
//   These macros are defined, with value 1, if (and only if) the compilation is
//   for a target where long int and pointer both use 64-bits and int uses 32-bit.
// <http://www.intel.com/software/products/compilers/clin/docs/ug/lin1077.htm> says
//   Macro Name __LP64__ Value 1
// A quick Google search for "defined(__LP64__)" OR "#ifdef __LP64__" gives 2590 hits and
// a search for "#if __LP64__" gives only 12, so I think we'll go with the majority and use defined()
#if defined(_ILP64) || defined(__ILP64__)
typedef   signed int32 mDNSs32;
typedef unsigned int32 mDNSu32;
#elif defined(_LP64) || defined(__LP64__)
typedef   signed int   mDNSs32;
typedef unsigned int   mDNSu32;
#else
typedef   signed long  mDNSs32;
typedef unsigned long  mDNSu32;
//typedef   signed int mDNSs32;
//typedef unsigned int mDNSu32;
#endif

// To enforce useful type checking, we make mDNSInterfaceID be a pointer to a dummy struct
// This way, mDNSInterfaceIDs can be assigned, and compared with each other, but not with other types
// Declaring the type to be the typical generic "void *" would lack this type checking
typedef struct mDNSInterfaceID_dummystruct { void *dummy; } *mDNSInterfaceID;

// These types are for opaque two- and four-byte identifiers.
// The "NotAnInteger" fields of the unions allow the value to be conveniently passed around in a
// register for the sake of efficiency, and compared for equality or inequality, but don't forget --
// just because it is in a register doesn't mean it is an integer. Operations like greater than,
// less than, add, multiply, increment, decrement, etc., are undefined for opaque identifiers,
// and if you make the mistake of trying to do those using the NotAnInteger field, then you'll
// find you get code that doesn't work consistently on big-endian and little-endian machines.
#if defined(_WIN32)
 #pragma pack(push,2)
#endif
typedef       union { mDNSu8 b[ 2]; mDNSu16 NotAnInteger; } mDNSOpaque16;
typedef       union { mDNSu8 b[ 4]; mDNSu32 NotAnInteger; } mDNSOpaque32;
typedef packedunion { mDNSu8 b[ 6]; mDNSu16 w[3]; mDNSu32 l[1]; } mDNSOpaque48;
typedef       union { mDNSu8 b[ 8]; mDNSu16 w[4]; mDNSu32 l[2]; } mDNSOpaque64;
typedef       union { mDNSu8 b[16]; mDNSu16 w[8]; mDNSu32 l[4]; } mDNSOpaque128;
#if defined(_WIN32)
 #pragma pack(pop)
#endif

typedef mDNSOpaque16  mDNSIPPort;		// An IP port is a two-byte opaque identifier (not an integer)
typedef mDNSOpaque32  mDNSv4Addr;		// An IP address is a four-byte opaque identifier (not an integer)
typedef mDNSOpaque128 mDNSv6Addr;		// An IPv6 address is a 16-byte opaque identifier (not an integer)
typedef mDNSOpaque48  mDNSEthAddr;		// An Ethernet address is a six-byte opaque identifier (not an integer)

// Bit operations for opaque 64 bit quantity. Uses the 32 bit quantity(l[2]) to set and clear bits
#define mDNSNBBY 8
#define bit_set_opaque64(op64, index) (op64.l[((index))/(sizeof(mDNSu32) * mDNSNBBY)] |= (1 << ((index) % (sizeof(mDNSu32) * mDNSNBBY))))
#define bit_clr_opaque64(op64, index) (op64.l[((index))/(sizeof(mDNSu32) * mDNSNBBY)] &= ~(1 << ((index) % (sizeof(mDNSu32) * mDNSNBBY))))
#define bit_get_opaque64(op64, index) (op64.l[((index))/(sizeof(mDNSu32) * mDNSNBBY)] & (1 << ((index) % (sizeof(mDNSu32) * mDNSNBBY))))

enum
	{
	mDNSAddrType_None    = 0,
	mDNSAddrType_IPv4    = 4,
	mDNSAddrType_IPv6    = 6,
	mDNSAddrType_Unknown = ~0	// Special marker value used in known answer list recording
	};

enum
	{
	mDNSTransport_None = 0,
	mDNSTransport_UDP  = 1,
	mDNSTransport_TCP  = 2
	};

typedef struct
	{
	mDNSs32 type;
	union { mDNSv6Addr v6; mDNSv4Addr v4; } ip;
	} mDNSAddr;

enum { mDNSfalse = 0, mDNStrue = 1 };

#define mDNSNULL 0L

enum
	{
	mStatus_Waiting           = 1,
	mStatus_NoError           = 0,

	// mDNS return values are in the range FFFE FF00 (-65792) to FFFE FFFF (-65537)
	// The top end of the range (FFFE FFFF) is used for error codes;
	// the bottom end of the range (FFFE FF00) is used for non-error values;

	// Error codes:
	mStatus_UnknownErr                = -65537,		// First value: 0xFFFE FFFF
	mStatus_NoSuchNameErr             = -65538,
	mStatus_NoMemoryErr               = -65539,
	mStatus_BadParamErr               = -65540,
	mStatus_BadReferenceErr           = -65541,
	mStatus_BadStateErr               = -65542,
	mStatus_BadFlagsErr               = -65543,
	mStatus_UnsupportedErr            = -65544,
	mStatus_NotInitializedErr         = -65545,
	mStatus_NoCache                   = -65546,
	mStatus_AlreadyRegistered         = -65547,
	mStatus_NameConflict              = -65548,
	mStatus_Invalid                   = -65549,
	mStatus_Firewall                  = -65550,
	mStatus_Incompatible              = -65551,
	mStatus_BadInterfaceErr           = -65552,
	mStatus_Refused                   = -65553,
	mStatus_NoSuchRecord              = -65554,
	mStatus_NoAuth                    = -65555,
	mStatus_NoSuchKey                 = -65556,
	mStatus_NATTraversal              = -65557,
	mStatus_DoubleNAT                 = -65558,
	mStatus_BadTime                   = -65559,
	mStatus_BadSig                    = -65560,     // while we define this per RFC 2845, BIND 9 returns Refused for bad/missing signatures
	mStatus_BadKey                    = -65561,
	mStatus_TransientErr              = -65562,     // transient failures, e.g. sending packets shortly after a network transition or wake from sleep
	mStatus_ServiceNotRunning         = -65563,     // Background daemon not running
	mStatus_NATPortMappingUnsupported = -65564,     // NAT doesn't support NAT-PMP or UPnP
	mStatus_NATPortMappingDisabled    = -65565,     // NAT supports NAT-PMP or UPnP but it's disabled by the administrator
	mStatus_NoRouter                  = -65566,
	mStatus_PollingMode               = -65567,
	// -65568 to -65786 currently unused; available for allocation

	// tcp connection status
	mStatus_ConnPending       = -65787,
	mStatus_ConnFailed        = -65788,
	mStatus_ConnEstablished   = -65789,

	// Non-error values:
	mStatus_GrowCache         = -65790,
	mStatus_ConfigChanged     = -65791,
	mStatus_MemFree           = -65792		// Last value: 0xFFFE FF00
	// mStatus_MemFree is the last legal mDNS error code, at the end of the range allocated for mDNS
	};

typedef mDNSs32 mStatus;

// RFC 1034/1035 specify that a domain label consists of a length byte plus up to 63 characters
#define MAX_DOMAIN_LABEL 63
typedef struct { mDNSu8 c[ 64]; } domainlabel;		// One label: length byte and up to 63 characters

// RFC 1034/1035/2181 specify that a domain name (length bytes and data bytes) may be up to 255 bytes long,
// plus the terminating zero at the end makes 256 bytes total in the on-the-wire format.
#define MAX_DOMAIN_NAME 256
typedef struct { mDNSu8 c[256]; } domainname;		// Up to 256 bytes of length-prefixed domainlabels

typedef struct { mDNSu8 c[256]; } UTF8str255;		// Null-terminated C string

// The longest legal textual form of a DNS name is 1009 bytes, including the C-string terminating NULL at the end.
// Explanation:
// When a native domainname object is converted to printable textual form using ConvertDomainNameToCString(),
// non-printing characters are represented in the conventional DNS way, as '\ddd', where ddd is a three-digit decimal number.
// The longest legal domain name is 256 bytes, in the form of four labels as shown below:
// Length byte, 63 data bytes, length byte, 63 data bytes, length byte, 63 data bytes, length byte, 62 data bytes, zero byte.
// Each label is encoded textually as characters followed by a trailing dot.
// If every character has to be represented as a four-byte escape sequence, then this makes the maximum textual form four labels
// plus the C-string terminating NULL as shown below:
// 63*4+1 + 63*4+1 + 63*4+1 + 62*4+1 + 1 = 1009.
// Note that MAX_ESCAPED_DOMAIN_LABEL is not normally used: If you're only decoding a single label, escaping is usually not required.
// It is for domain names, where dots are used as label separators, that proper escaping is vital.
#define MAX_ESCAPED_DOMAIN_LABEL 254
#define MAX_ESCAPED_DOMAIN_NAME 1009

// MAX_REVERSE_MAPPING_NAME
// For IPv4: "123.123.123.123.in-addr.arpa."  30 bytes including terminating NUL
// For IPv6: "x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.ip6.arpa."  74 bytes including terminating NUL

#define MAX_REVERSE_MAPPING_NAME_V4 30
#define MAX_REVERSE_MAPPING_NAME_V6 74
#define MAX_REVERSE_MAPPING_NAME    74

// Most records have a TTL of 75 minutes, so that their 80% cache-renewal query occurs once per hour.
// For records containing a hostname (in the name on the left, or in the rdata on the right),
// like A, AAAA, reverse-mapping PTR, and SRV, we use a two-minute TTL by default, because we don't want
// them to hang around for too long in the cache if the host in question crashes or otherwise goes away.

#define kStandardTTL (3600UL * 100 / 80)
#define kHostNameTTL 120UL

// Multicast DNS uses announcements (gratuitous responses) to update peer caches.
// This means it is feasible to use relatively larger TTL values than we might otherwise
// use, because we have a cache coherency protocol to keep the peer caches up to date.
// With Unicast DNS, once an authoritative server gives a record with a certain TTL value to a client
// or caching server, that client or caching server is entitled to hold onto the record until its TTL
// expires, and has no obligation to contact the authoritative server again until that time arrives.
// This means that whereas Multicast DNS can use announcements to pre-emptively update stale data
// before it would otherwise have expired, standard Unicast DNS (not using LLQs) has no equivalent
// mechanism, and TTL expiry is the *only* mechanism by which stale data gets deleted. Because of this,
// we currently limit the TTL to ten seconds in such cases where no dynamic cache updating is possible.
#define kStaticCacheTTL 10

#define DefaultTTLforRRType(X) (((X) == kDNSType_A || (X) == kDNSType_AAAA || (X) == kDNSType_SRV) ? kHostNameTTL : kStandardTTL)

typedef struct AuthRecord_struct AuthRecord;
typedef struct ServiceRecordSet_struct ServiceRecordSet;
typedef struct CacheRecord_struct CacheRecord;
typedef struct CacheGroup_struct CacheGroup;
typedef struct DNSQuestion_struct DNSQuestion;
typedef struct ZoneData_struct ZoneData;
typedef struct mDNS_struct mDNS;
typedef struct mDNS_PlatformSupport_struct mDNS_PlatformSupport;
typedef struct NATTraversalInfo_struct NATTraversalInfo;

// Structure to abstract away the differences between TCP/SSL sockets, and one for UDP sockets
// The actual definition of these structures appear in the appropriate platform support code
typedef struct TCPSocket_struct TCPSocket;
typedef struct UDPSocket_struct UDPSocket;

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - DNS Message structures
#endif

#define mDNS_numZones   numQuestions
#define mDNS_numPrereqs numAnswers
#define mDNS_numUpdates numAuthorities

typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSOpaque16 id;
	mDNSOpaque16 flags;
	mDNSu16 numQuestions;
	mDNSu16 numAnswers;
	mDNSu16 numAuthorities;
	mDNSu16 numAdditionals;
	} DNSMessageHeader;

// We can send and receive packets up to 9000 bytes (Ethernet Jumbo Frame size, if that ever becomes widely used)
// However, in the normal case we try to limit packets to 1500 bytes so that we don't get IP fragmentation on standard Ethernet
// 40 (IPv6 header) + 8 (UDP header) + 12 (DNS message header) + 1440 (DNS message body) = 1500 total
#define AbsoluteMaxDNSMessageData 8940
#define NormalMaxDNSMessageData 1440
typedef packedstruct
	{
	DNSMessageHeader h;						// Note: Size 12 bytes
	mDNSu8 data[AbsoluteMaxDNSMessageData];	// 40 (IPv6) + 8 (UDP) + 12 (DNS header) + 8940 (data) = 9000
	} DNSMessage;

typedef struct tcpInfo_t
	{
	mDNS             *m;
	TCPSocket        *sock;
	DNSMessage        request;
	int               requestLen;
	DNSQuestion      *question;   // For queries
	AuthRecord       *rr;         // For record updates
	mDNSAddr          Addr;
	mDNSIPPort        Port;
	mDNSIPPort        SrcPort;
	DNSMessage       *reply;
	mDNSu16           replylen;
	unsigned long     nread;
	int               numReplies;
	} tcpInfo_t;

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - Other Packet Format Structures
#endif

typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSEthAddr  dst;
	mDNSEthAddr  src;
	mDNSOpaque16 ethertype;
	} EthernetHeader;		// 14 bytes

typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSOpaque16 hrd;
	mDNSOpaque16 pro;
	mDNSu8       hln;
	mDNSu8       pln;
	mDNSOpaque16 op;
	mDNSEthAddr  sha;
	mDNSv4Addr   spa;
	mDNSEthAddr  tha;
	mDNSv4Addr   tpa;
	} ARP_EthIP;			// 28 bytes

typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSu8       vlen;
	mDNSu8       tos;
	mDNSu16      totlen;
	mDNSOpaque16 id;
	mDNSOpaque16 flagsfrags;
	mDNSu8       ttl;
	mDNSu8       protocol;	// Payload type: 0x06 = TCP, 0x11 = UDP
	mDNSu16      checksum;
	mDNSv4Addr   src;
	mDNSv4Addr   dst;
	} IPv4Header;			// 20 bytes

typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSu32      vcf;		// Version, Traffic Class, Flow Label
	mDNSu16      len;		// Payload Length
	mDNSu8       pro;		// Type of next header: 0x06 = TCP, 0x11 = UDP, 0x3A = ICMPv6
	mDNSu8       ttl;		// Hop Limit
	mDNSv6Addr   src;
	mDNSv6Addr   dst;
	} IPv6Header;			// 40 bytes

typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSv6Addr   src;
	mDNSv6Addr   dst;
	mDNSOpaque32 len;
	mDNSOpaque32 pro;
	} IPv6PseudoHeader;		// 40 bytes

typedef union
	{
	mDNSu8       bytes[20];
	ARP_EthIP    arp;
	IPv4Header   v4;
	IPv6Header   v6;
	} NetworkLayerPacket;

typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSIPPort   src;
	mDNSIPPort   dst;
	mDNSu32      seq;
	mDNSu32      ack;
	mDNSu8       offset;
	mDNSu8       flags;
	mDNSu16      window;
	mDNSu16      checksum;
	mDNSu16      urgent;
	} TCPHeader;			// 20 bytes; IP protocol type 0x06

typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSIPPort   src;
	mDNSIPPort   dst;
	mDNSu16      len;		// Length including UDP header (i.e. minimum value is 8 bytes)
	mDNSu16      checksum;
	} UDPHeader;			// 8 bytes; IP protocol type 0x11

typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSu8       type;		// 0x87 == Neighbor Solicitation, 0x88 == Neighbor Advertisement
	mDNSu8       code;
	mDNSu16      checksum;
	mDNSu32      flags_res;	// R/S/O flags and reserved bits
	mDNSv6Addr   target;
	// Typically 8 bytes of options are also present
	} IPv6NDP;				// 24 bytes or more; IP protocol type 0x3A

#define NDP_Sol 0x87
#define NDP_Adv 0x88

#define NDP_Router    0x80
#define NDP_Solicited 0x40
#define NDP_Override  0x20

#define NDP_SrcLL 1
#define NDP_TgtLL 2

typedef union
	{
	mDNSu8       bytes[20];
	TCPHeader    tcp;
	UDPHeader    udp;
	IPv6NDP      ndp;
	} TransportLayerPacket;

typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSOpaque64 InitiatorCookie;
	mDNSOpaque64 ResponderCookie;
	mDNSu8       NextPayload;
	mDNSu8       Version;
	mDNSu8       ExchangeType;
	mDNSu8       Flags;
	mDNSOpaque32 MessageID;
	mDNSu32      Length;
	} IKEHeader;			// 28 bytes

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - Resource Record structures
#endif

// Authoritative Resource Records:
// There are four basic types: Shared, Advisory, Unique, Known Unique

// * Shared Resource Records do not have to be unique
// -- Shared Resource Records are used for DNS-SD service PTRs
// -- It is okay for several hosts to have RRs with the same name but different RDATA
// -- We use a random delay on responses to reduce collisions when all the hosts respond to the same query
// -- These RRs typically have moderately high TTLs (e.g. one hour)
// -- These records are announced on startup and topology changes for the benefit of passive listeners
// -- These records send a goodbye packet when deregistering
//
// * Advisory Resource Records are like Shared Resource Records, except they don't send a goodbye packet
//
// * Unique Resource Records should be unique among hosts within any given mDNS scope
// -- The majority of Resource Records are of this type
// -- If two entities on the network have RRs with the same name but different RDATA, this is a conflict
// -- Responses may be sent immediately, because only one host should be responding to any particular query
// -- These RRs typically have low TTLs (e.g. a few minutes)
// -- On startup and after topology changes, a host issues queries to verify uniqueness

// * Known Unique Resource Records are treated like Unique Resource Records, except that mDNS does
// not have to verify their uniqueness because this is already known by other means (e.g. the RR name
// is derived from the host's IP or Ethernet address, which is already known to be a unique identifier).

// Summary of properties of different record types:
// Probe?    Does this record type send probes before announcing?
// Conflict? Does this record type react if we observe an apparent conflict?
// Goodbye?  Does this record type send a goodbye packet on departure?
//
//               Probe? Conflict? Goodbye? Notes
// Unregistered                            Should not appear in any list (sanity check value)
// Shared         No      No       Yes     e.g. Service PTR record
// Deregistering  No      No       Yes     Shared record about to announce its departure and leave the list
// Advisory       No      No       No
// Unique         Yes     Yes      No      Record intended to be unique -- will probe to verify
// Verified       Yes     Yes      No      Record has completed probing, and is verified unique
// KnownUnique    No      Yes      No      Record is assumed by other means to be unique

// Valid lifecycle of a record:
// Unregistered ->                   Shared      -> Deregistering -(goodbye)-> Unregistered
// Unregistered ->                   Advisory                               -> Unregistered
// Unregistered -> Unique -(probe)-> Verified                               -> Unregistered
// Unregistered ->                   KnownUnique                            -> Unregistered

// Each Authoritative kDNSRecordType has only one bit set. This makes it easy to quickly see if a record
// is one of a particular set of types simply by performing the appropriate bitwise masking operation.

// Cache Resource Records (received from the network):
// There are four basic types: Answer, Unique Answer, Additional, Unique Additional
// Bit 7 (the top bit) of kDNSRecordType is always set for Cache Resource Records; always clear for Authoritative Resource Records
// Bit 6 (value 0x40) is set for answer records; clear for authority/additional records
// Bit 5 (value 0x20) is set for records received with the kDNSClass_UniqueRRSet

enum
	{
	kDNSRecordTypeUnregistered     = 0x00,	// Not currently in any list
	kDNSRecordTypeDeregistering    = 0x01,	// Shared record about to announce its departure and leave the list

	kDNSRecordTypeUnique           = 0x02,	// Will become a kDNSRecordTypeVerified when probing is complete

	kDNSRecordTypeAdvisory         = 0x04,	// Like Shared, but no goodbye packet
	kDNSRecordTypeShared           = 0x08,	// Shared means record name does not have to be unique -- use random delay on responses

	kDNSRecordTypeVerified         = 0x10,	// Unique means mDNS should check that name is unique (and then send immediate responses)
	kDNSRecordTypeKnownUnique      = 0x20,	// Known Unique means mDNS can assume name is unique without checking
	                                        // For Dynamic Update records, Known Unique means the record must already exist on the server.
	kDNSRecordTypeUniqueMask       = (kDNSRecordTypeUnique | kDNSRecordTypeVerified | kDNSRecordTypeKnownUnique),
	kDNSRecordTypeActiveSharedMask = (kDNSRecordTypeAdvisory         | kDNSRecordTypeShared),
	kDNSRecordTypeActiveUniqueMask = (kDNSRecordTypeVerified         | kDNSRecordTypeKnownUnique),
	kDNSRecordTypeActiveMask       = (kDNSRecordTypeActiveSharedMask | kDNSRecordTypeActiveUniqueMask),

	kDNSRecordTypePacketAdd        = 0x80,	// Received in the Additional  Section of a DNS Response
	kDNSRecordTypePacketAddUnique  = 0x90,	// Received in the Additional  Section of a DNS Response with kDNSClass_UniqueRRSet set
	kDNSRecordTypePacketAuth       = 0xA0,	// Received in the Authorities Section of a DNS Response
	kDNSRecordTypePacketAuthUnique = 0xB0,	// Received in the Authorities Section of a DNS Response with kDNSClass_UniqueRRSet set
	kDNSRecordTypePacketAns        = 0xC0,	// Received in the Answer      Section of a DNS Response
	kDNSRecordTypePacketAnsUnique  = 0xD0,	// Received in the Answer      Section of a DNS Response with kDNSClass_UniqueRRSet set

	kDNSRecordTypePacketNegative   = 0xF0,	// Pseudo-RR generated to cache non-existence results like NXDomain

	kDNSRecordTypePacketUniqueMask = 0x10	// True for PacketAddUnique, PacketAnsUnique, PacketAuthUnique, kDNSRecordTypePacketNegative
	};

typedef packedstruct { mDNSu16 priority; mDNSu16 weight; mDNSIPPort port; domainname target;   } rdataSRV;
typedef packedstruct { mDNSu16 preference;                                domainname exchange; } rdataMX;
typedef packedstruct { domainname mbox; domainname txt;                                        } rdataRP;
typedef packedstruct { mDNSu16 preference; domainname map822; domainname mapx400;              } rdataPX;

typedef packedstruct
	{
	domainname mname;
	domainname rname;
	mDNSs32 serial;		// Modular counter; increases when zone changes
	mDNSu32 refresh;	// Time in seconds that a slave waits after successful replication of the database before it attempts replication again
	mDNSu32 retry;		// Time in seconds that a slave waits after an unsuccessful replication attempt before it attempts replication again
	mDNSu32 expire;		// Time in seconds that a slave holds on to old data while replication attempts remain unsuccessful
	mDNSu32 min;		// Nominally the minimum record TTL for this zone, in seconds; also used for negative caching.
	} rdataSOA;

// EDNS Option Code registrations are recorded in the "DNS EDNS0 Options" section of
// <http://www.iana.org/assignments/dns-parameters>

#define kDNSOpt_LLQ   1
#define kDNSOpt_Lease 2
#define kDNSOpt_NSID  3
#define kDNSOpt_Owner 4

typedef struct
	{
	mDNSu16      vers;
	mDNSu16      llqOp;
	mDNSu16      err;	// Or UDP reply port, in setup request
	// Note: In the in-memory form, there's typically a two-byte space here, so that the following 64-bit id is word-aligned
	mDNSOpaque64 id;
	mDNSu32      llqlease;
	} LLQOptData;

typedef struct
	{
	mDNSu8       vers;		// Version number of this Owner OPT record
	mDNSs8       seq;		// Sleep/wake epoch
	mDNSEthAddr  HMAC;		// Host's primary identifier (e.g. MAC of on-board Ethernet)
	mDNSEthAddr  IMAC;		// Interface's MAC address (if different to primary MAC)
	mDNSOpaque48 password;	// Optional password
	} OwnerOptData;

// Note: rdataOPT format may be repeated an arbitrary number of times in a single resource record
typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSu16 opt;
	mDNSu16 optlen;
	union { LLQOptData llq; mDNSu32 updatelease; OwnerOptData owner; } u;
	} rdataOPT;

// Space needed to put OPT records into a packet:
// Header      11 bytes (name 1, type 2, class 2, TTL 4, length 2)
// LLQ rdata   18 bytes (opt 2, len 2, vers 2, op 2, err 2, id 8, lease 4)
// Lease rdata  8 bytes (opt 2, len 2, lease 4)
// Owner rdata 12-24    (opt 2, len 2, owner 8-20)

#define DNSOpt_Header_Space                 11
#define DNSOpt_LLQData_Space               (4 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 8 + 4)
#define DNSOpt_LeaseData_Space             (4 + 4)
#define DNSOpt_OwnerData_ID_Space          (4 + 2 + 6)
#define DNSOpt_OwnerData_ID_Wake_Space     (4 + 2 + 6 + 6)
#define DNSOpt_OwnerData_ID_Wake_PW4_Space (4 + 2 + 6 + 6 + 4)
#define DNSOpt_OwnerData_ID_Wake_PW6_Space (4 + 2 + 6 + 6 + 6)

#define ValidOwnerLength(X) (	(X) == DNSOpt_OwnerData_ID_Space          - 4 || \
								(X) == DNSOpt_OwnerData_ID_Wake_Space     - 4 || \
								(X) == DNSOpt_OwnerData_ID_Wake_PW4_Space - 4 || \
								(X) == DNSOpt_OwnerData_ID_Wake_PW6_Space - 4    )

#define DNSOpt_Owner_Space(A,B) (mDNSSameEthAddress((A),(B)) ? DNSOpt_OwnerData_ID_Space : DNSOpt_OwnerData_ID_Wake_Space)

#define DNSOpt_Data_Space(O) (                                  \
	(O)->opt == kDNSOpt_LLQ   ? DNSOpt_LLQData_Space   :        \
	(O)->opt == kDNSOpt_Lease ? DNSOpt_LeaseData_Space :        \
	(O)->opt == kDNSOpt_Owner ? DNSOpt_Owner_Space(&(O)->u.owner.HMAC, &(O)->u.owner.IMAC) : 0x10000)

// A maximal NSEC record is:
//   256 bytes domainname 'nextname'
// + 256 * 34 = 8704 bytes of bitmap data
// = 8960 bytes total
// For now we only support NSEC records encoding DNS types 0-255 and ignore the nextname (we always set it to be the same as the rrname),
// which gives us a fixed in-memory size of 32 bytes (256 bits)
typedef struct
	{
	mDNSu8 bitmap[32];
	} rdataNSEC;

// StandardAuthRDSize is 264 (256+8), which is large enough to hold a maximum-sized SRV record (6 + 256 bytes)
// MaximumRDSize is 8K the absolute maximum we support (at least for now)
#define StandardAuthRDSize 264
#define MaximumRDSize 8192

// InlineCacheRDSize is 68
// Records received from the network with rdata this size or less have their rdata stored right in the CacheRecord object
// Records received from the network with rdata larger than this have additional storage allocated for the rdata
// A quick unscientific sample from a busy network at Apple with lots of machines revealed this:
// 1461 records in cache
// 292 were one-byte TXT records
// 136 were four-byte A records
// 184 were sixteen-byte AAAA records
// 780 were various PTR, TXT and SRV records from 12-64 bytes
// Only 69 records had rdata bigger than 64 bytes
// Note that since CacheRecord object and a CacheGroup object are allocated out of the same pool, it's sensible to
// have them both be the same size. Making one smaller without making the other smaller won't actually save any memory.
#define InlineCacheRDSize 68

// On 64-bit, the pointers in a CacheRecord are bigger, and that creates 8 bytes more space for the name in a CacheGroup
#if ENABLE_MULTI_PACKET_QUERY_SNOOPING
	#if defined(_ILP64) || defined(__ILP64__) || defined(_LP64) || defined(__LP64__) || defined(_WIN64)
	#define InlineCacheGroupNameSize 160
	#else
	#define InlineCacheGroupNameSize 148
	#endif
#else
	#if defined(_ILP64) || defined(__ILP64__) || defined(_LP64) || defined(__LP64__) || defined(_WIN64)
	#define InlineCacheGroupNameSize 144
	#else
	#define InlineCacheGroupNameSize 132
	#endif
#endif

// The RDataBody union defines the common rdata types that fit into our 264-byte limit
typedef union
	{
	mDNSu8      data[StandardAuthRDSize];
	mDNSv4Addr  ipv4;		// For 'A' record
	domainname  name;		// For PTR, NS, CNAME, DNAME
	UTF8str255  txt;
	rdataMX     mx;
	mDNSv6Addr  ipv6;		// For 'AAAA' record
	rdataSRV    srv;
	rdataOPT    opt[2];		// For EDNS0 OPT record; RDataBody may contain multiple variable-length rdataOPT objects packed together
	rdataNSEC   nsec;
	} RDataBody;

// The RDataBody2 union is the same as above, except it includes fields for the larger types like soa, rp, px
typedef union
	{
	mDNSu8      data[StandardAuthRDSize];
	mDNSv4Addr  ipv4;		// For 'A' record
	domainname  name;		// For PTR, NS, CNAME, DNAME
	rdataSOA    soa;		// This is large; not included in the normal RDataBody definition
	UTF8str255  txt;
	rdataMX     mx;
	rdataRP     rp;			// This is large; not included in the normal RDataBody definition
	rdataPX     px;			// This is large; not included in the normal RDataBody definition
	mDNSv6Addr  ipv6;		// For 'AAAA' record
	rdataSRV    srv;
	rdataOPT    opt[2];		// For EDNS0 OPT record; RDataBody may contain multiple variable-length rdataOPT objects packed together
	rdataNSEC   nsec;
	} RDataBody2;

typedef struct
	{
	mDNSu16    MaxRDLength;	// Amount of storage allocated for rdata (usually sizeof(RDataBody))
	mDNSu16    padding;		// So that RDataBody is aligned on 32-bit boundary
	RDataBody  u;
	} RData;

// sizeofRDataHeader should be 4 bytes
#define sizeofRDataHeader (sizeof(RData) - sizeof(RDataBody))

// RData_small is a smaller version of the RData object, used for inline data storage embedded in a CacheRecord_struct
typedef struct
	{
	mDNSu16    MaxRDLength;	// Storage allocated for data (may be greater than InlineCacheRDSize if additional storage follows this object)
	mDNSu16    padding;		// So that data is aligned on 32-bit boundary
	mDNSu8     data[InlineCacheRDSize];
	} RData_small;

// Note: Within an mDNSRecordCallback mDNS all API calls are legal except mDNS_Init(), mDNS_Exit(), mDNS_Execute()
typedef void mDNSRecordCallback(mDNS *const m, AuthRecord *const rr, mStatus result);

// Note:
// Restrictions: An mDNSRecordUpdateCallback may not make any mDNS API calls.
// The intent of this callback is to allow the client to free memory, if necessary.
// The internal data structures of the mDNS code may not be in a state where mDNS API calls may be made safely.
typedef void mDNSRecordUpdateCallback(mDNS *const m, AuthRecord *const rr, RData *OldRData, mDNSu16 OldRDLen);

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - NAT Traversal structures and constants
#endif

#define NATMAP_MAX_RETRY_INTERVAL    ((mDNSPlatformOneSecond * 60) * 15)    // Max retry interval is 15 minutes
#define NATMAP_MIN_RETRY_INTERVAL     (mDNSPlatformOneSecond * 2)           // Min retry interval is 2 seconds
#define NATMAP_INIT_RETRY             (mDNSPlatformOneSecond / 4)           // start at 250ms w/ exponential decay
#define NATMAP_DEFAULT_LEASE          (60 * 60 * 2)                         // 2 hour lease life in seconds
#define NATMAP_VERS 0

typedef enum
	{
	NATOp_AddrRequest    = 0,
	NATOp_MapUDP         = 1,
	NATOp_MapTCP         = 2,
	
	NATOp_AddrResponse   = 0x80 | 0,
	NATOp_MapUDPResponse = 0x80 | 1,
	NATOp_MapTCPResponse = 0x80 | 2,
	} NATOp_t;

enum
	{
	NATErr_None    = 0,
	NATErr_Vers    = 1,
	NATErr_Refused = 2,
	NATErr_NetFail = 3,
	NATErr_Res     = 4,
	NATErr_Opcode  = 5
	};

typedef mDNSu16 NATErr_t;

typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSu8 vers;
	mDNSu8 opcode;
	} NATAddrRequest;

typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSu8     vers;
	mDNSu8     opcode;
	mDNSu16    err;
	mDNSu32    upseconds;		// Time since last NAT engine reboot, in seconds
	mDNSv4Addr ExtAddr;
	} NATAddrReply;

typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSu8 vers;
	mDNSu8 opcode;
	mDNSOpaque16 unused;
	mDNSIPPort intport;
	mDNSIPPort extport;
	mDNSu32    NATReq_lease;
	} NATPortMapRequest;

typedef packedstruct
	{
	mDNSu8     vers;
	mDNSu8     opcode;
	mDNSu16    err;
	mDNSu32    upseconds;		// Time since last NAT engine reboot, in seconds
	mDNSIPPort intport;
	mDNSIPPort extport;
	mDNSu32    NATRep_lease;
	} NATPortMapReply;

typedef enum
	{
	LNTDiscoveryOp      = 1,
	LNTExternalAddrOp   = 2,
	LNTPortMapOp        = 3,
	LNTPortMapDeleteOp  = 4
	} LNTOp_t;

#define LNT_MAXBUFSIZE 8192
typedef struct tcpLNTInfo_struct tcpLNTInfo;
struct tcpLNTInfo_struct
	{
	tcpLNTInfo       *next;
	mDNS             *m;
	NATTraversalInfo *parentNATInfo;	// pointer back to the parent NATTraversalInfo
	TCPSocket        *sock;
	LNTOp_t           op;				// operation performed using this connection
	mDNSAddr          Address;			// router address
	mDNSIPPort        Port;				// router port
	mDNSu8           *Request;			// xml request to router
	int               requestLen;
	mDNSu8           *Reply;			// xml reply from router
	int               replyLen;
	unsigned long     nread;			// number of bytes read so far
	int               retries;			// number of times we've tried to do this port mapping
	};

typedef void (*NATTraversalClientCallback)(mDNS *m, NATTraversalInfo *n);

// if m->timenow <  ExpiryTime then we have an active mapping, and we'll renew halfway to expiry
// if m->timenow >= ExpiryTime then our mapping has expired, and we're trying to create one

struct NATTraversalInfo_struct
	{
	// Internal state fields. These are used internally by mDNSCore; the client layer needn't be concerned with them.
	NATTraversalInfo           *next;

	mDNSs32                     ExpiryTime;			// Time this mapping expires, or zero if no mapping
	mDNSs32                     retryInterval;		// Current interval, between last packet we sent and the next one
	mDNSs32                     retryPortMap;		// If Protocol is nonzero, time to send our next mapping packet
	mStatus                     NewResult;			// New error code; will be copied to Result just prior to invoking callback

#ifdef _LEGACY_NAT_TRAVERSAL_
	tcpLNTInfo                  tcpInfo;			// Legacy NAT traversal (UPnP) TCP connection
#endif

	// Result fields: When the callback is invoked these fields contain the answers the client is looking for
	// When the callback is invoked ExternalPort is *usually* set to be the same the same as RequestedPort, except:
	// (a) When we're behind a NAT gateway with port mapping disabled, ExternalPort is reported as zero to
	//     indicate that we don't currently have a working mapping (but RequestedPort retains the external port
	//     we'd like to get, the next time we meet an accomodating NAT gateway willing to give us one).
	// (b) When we have a routable non-RFC1918 address, we don't *need* a port mapping, so ExternalPort
	//     is reported as the same as our InternalPort, since that is effectively our externally-visible port too.
	//     Again, RequestedPort retains the external port we'd like to get the next time we find ourself behind a NAT gateway.
	// To improve stability of port mappings, RequestedPort is updated any time we get a successful
	// mapping response from the NAT-PMP or UPnP gateway. For example, if we ask for port 80, and
	// get assigned port 81, then thereafter we'll contine asking for port 81.
	mDNSInterfaceID             InterfaceID;
	mDNSv4Addr                  ExternalAddress;	// Initially set to onesIPv4Addr, until first callback
	mDNSIPPort                  ExternalPort;
	mDNSu32                     Lifetime;
	mStatus                     Result;

	// Client API fields: The client must set up these fields *before* making any NAT traversal API calls
	mDNSu8                      Protocol;			// NATOp_MapUDP or NATOp_MapTCP, or zero if just requesting the external IP address
	mDNSIPPort                  IntPort;			// Client's internal port number (doesn't change)
	mDNSIPPort                  RequestedPort;		// Requested external port; may be updated with actual value assigned by gateway
	mDNSu32                     NATLease;			// Requested lifetime in seconds (doesn't change)
	NATTraversalClientCallback  clientCallback;
	void                       *clientContext;
	};

enum
	{
	DNSServer_Untested = 0,
	DNSServer_Passed   = 1,
	DNSServer_Failed   = 2,
	DNSServer_Disabled = 3
	};

enum
	{
	DNSServer_FlagDelete = 1,
	DNSServer_FlagNew    = 2
	};

typedef struct DNSServer
	{
	struct DNSServer *next;
	mDNSInterfaceID interface;	// For specialized uses; we can have DNS servers reachable over specific interfaces
	mDNSAddr        addr;
	mDNSIPPort      port;
	mDNSOpaque16    testid;
	mDNSu32         flags;		// Set when we're planning to delete this from the list
	mDNSu32         teststate;	// Have we sent bug-detection query to this server?
	mDNSs32         lasttest;	// Time we sent last bug-detection query to this server
	domainname      domain;		// name->server matching for "split dns"
	mDNSs32			penaltyTime; // amount of time this server is penalized
	mDNSBool		scoped;		// interface should be matched against question only
								// if scoped is set
	} DNSServer;

typedef struct							// Size is 36 bytes when compiling for 32-bit; 48 when compiling for 64-bit
	{
	mDNSu8           RecordType;		// See enum above
	mDNSu16          rrtype;
	mDNSu16          rrclass;
	mDNSu32          rroriginalttl;		// In seconds
	mDNSu16          rdlength;			// Size of the raw rdata, in bytes, in the on-the-wire format
										// (In-memory storage may be larger, for structures containing 'holes', like SOA,
										// or smaller, for NSEC where we don't bother storing the nextname field)
	mDNSu16          rdestimate;		// Upper bound on on-the-wire size of rdata after name compression
	mDNSu32          namehash;			// Name-based (i.e. case-insensitive) hash of name
	mDNSu32          rdatahash;			// For rdata containing domain name (e.g. PTR, SRV, CNAME etc.), case-insensitive name hash
										// else, for all other rdata, 32-bit hash of the raw rdata
										// Note: This requirement is important. Various routines like AddAdditionalsToResponseList(),
										// ReconfirmAntecedents(), etc., use rdatahash as a pre-flight check to see
										// whether it's worth doing a full SameDomainName() call. If the rdatahash
										// is not a correct case-insensitive name hash, they'll get false negatives.

	// Grouping pointers together at the end of the structure improves the memory layout efficiency
	mDNSInterfaceID  InterfaceID;		// Set if this RR is specific to one interface
										// For records received off the wire, InterfaceID is *always* set to the receiving interface
										// For our authoritative records, InterfaceID is usually zero, except for those few records
										// that are interface-specific (e.g. address records, especially linklocal addresses)
	const domainname *name;
	RData           *rdata;				// Pointer to storage for this rdata
	DNSServer       *rDNSServer;		// Unicast DNS server authoritative for this entry;null for multicast
	} ResourceRecord;

// Unless otherwise noted, states may apply to either independent record registrations or service registrations
typedef enum
	{
	regState_Zero              = 0,
	regState_Pending           = 1,     // update sent, reply not received
	regState_Registered        = 2,     // update sent, reply received
	regState_DeregPending      = 3,     // dereg sent, reply not received
	regState_Unregistered      = 4,     // not in any list
	regState_Refresh           = 5,     // outstanding refresh (or target change) message
	regState_NATMap            = 6,     // establishing NAT port mapping 
	regState_UpdatePending     = 7,     // update in flight as result of mDNS_Update call
	regState_NoTarget          = 8,     // SRV Record registration pending registration of hostname 
	regState_NATError          = 9     // unable to complete NAT traversal
	} regState_t;

enum
	{
	Target_Manual = 0,
	Target_AutoHost = 1,
	Target_AutoHostAndNATMAP = 2
	};

typedef enum
	{
	mergeState_Zero = 0,
	mergeState_DontMerge = 1  // Set on fatal error conditions to disable merging
	} mergeState_t;

struct AuthRecord_struct
	{
	// For examples of how to set up this structure for use in mDNS_Register(),
	// see mDNS_AdvertiseInterface() or mDNS_RegisterService().
	// Basically, resrec and persistent metadata need to be set up before calling mDNS_Register().
	// mDNS_SetupResourceRecord() is avaliable as a helper routine to set up most fields to sensible default values for you

	AuthRecord     *next;				// Next in list; first element of structure for efficiency reasons
	// Field Group 1: Common ResourceRecord fields
	ResourceRecord  resrec;				// 36 bytes when compiling for 32-bit; 48 when compiling for 64-bit

	// Field Group 2: Persistent metadata for Authoritative Records
	AuthRecord     *Additional1;		// Recommended additional record to include in response (e.g. SRV for PTR record)
	AuthRecord     *Additional2;		// Another additional (e.g. TXT for PTR record)
	AuthRecord     *DependentOn;		// This record depends on another for its uniqueness checking
	AuthRecord     *RRSet;				// This unique record is part of an RRSet
	mDNSRecordCallback *RecordCallback;	// Callback function to call for state changes, and to free memory asynchronously on deregistration
	void           *RecordContext;		// Context parameter for the callback function
	mDNSu8          AutoTarget;			// Set if the target of this record (PTR, CNAME, SRV, etc.) is our host name
	mDNSu8          AllowRemoteQuery;	// Set if we allow hosts not on the local link to query this record
	mDNSu8          ForceMCast;			// Set by client to advertise solely via multicast, even for apparently unicast names

	OwnerOptData    WakeUp;				// WakeUp.HMAC.l[0] nonzero indicates that this is a Sleep Proxy record
	mDNSAddr        AddressProxy;		// For reverse-mapping Sleep Proxy PTR records, address in question
	mDNSs32         TimeRcvd;			// In platform time units
	mDNSs32         TimeExpire;			// In platform time units

	// Field Group 3: Transient state for Authoritative Records
	mDNSu8          Acknowledged;		// Set if we've given the success callback to the client
	mDNSu8          ProbeCount;			// Number of probes remaining before this record is valid (kDNSRecordTypeUnique)
	mDNSu8          AnnounceCount;		// Number of announcements remaining (kDNSRecordTypeShared)
	mDNSu8          RequireGoodbye;		// Set if this RR has been announced on the wire and will require a goodbye packet
	mDNSu8          AnsweredLocalQ;		// Set if this AuthRecord has been delivered to any local question (LocalOnly or mDNSInterface_Any)
	mDNSu8          IncludeInProbe;		// Set if this RR is being put into a probe right now
	mDNSu8          ImmedUnicast;		// Set if we may send our response directly via unicast to the requester
	mDNSInterfaceID SendNSECNow;		// Set if we need to generate associated NSEC data for this rrname
	mDNSInterfaceID ImmedAnswer;		// Someone on this interface issued a query we need to answer (all-ones for all interfaces)
#if MDNS_LOG_ANSWER_SUPPRESSION_TIMES
	mDNSs32         ImmedAnswerMarkTime;
#endif
	mDNSInterfaceID ImmedAdditional;	// Hint that we might want to also send this record, just to be helpful
	mDNSInterfaceID SendRNow;			// The interface this query is being sent on right now
	mDNSv4Addr      v4Requester;		// Recent v4 query for this record, or all-ones if more than one recent query
	mDNSv6Addr      v6Requester;		// Recent v6 query for this record, or all-ones if more than one recent query
	AuthRecord     *NextResponse;		// Link to the next element in the chain of responses to generate
	const mDNSu8   *NR_AnswerTo;		// Set if this record was selected by virtue of being a direct answer to a question
	AuthRecord     *NR_AdditionalTo;	// Set if this record was selected by virtue of being additional to another
	mDNSs32         ThisAPInterval;		// In platform time units: Current interval for announce/probe
	mDNSs32         LastAPTime;			// In platform time units: Last time we sent announcement/probe
	mDNSs32         LastMCTime;			// Last time we multicast this record (used to guard against packet-storm attacks)
	mDNSInterfaceID LastMCInterface;	// Interface this record was multicast on at the time LastMCTime was recorded
	RData          *NewRData;			// Set if we are updating this record with new rdata
	mDNSu16         newrdlength;		// ... and the length of the new RData
	mDNSRecordUpdateCallback *UpdateCallback;
	mDNSu32         UpdateCredits;		// Token-bucket rate limiting of excessive updates
	mDNSs32         NextUpdateCredit;	// Time next token is added to bucket
	mDNSs32         UpdateBlocked;		// Set if update delaying is in effect

	// Field Group 4: Transient uDNS state for Authoritative Records
	regState_t   state;			// Maybe combine this with resrec.RecordType state? Right now it's ambiguous and confusing.
								// e.g. rr->resrec.RecordType can be kDNSRecordTypeUnregistered,
								// and rr->state can be regState_Unregistered
								// What if we find one of those statements is true and the other false? What does that mean?
	mDNSBool     uselease;		// dynamic update contains (should contain) lease option
	mDNSs32      expire;		// In platform time units: expiration of lease (-1 for static)
	mDNSBool     Private;		// If zone is private, DNS updates may have to be encrypted to prevent eavesdropping
	mDNSOpaque16 updateid;		// Identifier to match update request and response -- also used when transferring records to Sleep Proxy
	const domainname *zone;		// the zone that is updated
	ZoneData  *nta;
	struct tcpInfo_t *tcp;
	NATTraversalInfo  NATinfo;
	mDNSBool SRVChanged;       // temporarily deregistered service because its SRV target or port changed
	mergeState_t  mState;      // Unicast Record Registrations merge state
	mDNSu8		  refreshCount; // Number of refreshes to the server
	mStatus		  updateError;  // Record update resulted in Error ?

	// uDNS_UpdateRecord support fields
	// Do we really need all these in *addition* to NewRData and newrdlength above?
	void *UpdateContext;	// Context parameter for the update callback function
	mDNSu16 OrigRDLen;		// previously registered, being deleted
	mDNSu16 InFlightRDLen;	// currently being registered
	mDNSu16 QueuedRDLen;	// pending operation (re-transmitting if necessary) THEN register the queued update
	RData *OrigRData;
	RData *InFlightRData;
	RData *QueuedRData;

	// Field Group 5: Large data objects go at the end
	domainname      namestorage;
	RData           rdatastorage;		// Normally the storage is right here, except for oversized records
	// rdatastorage MUST be the last thing in the structure -- when using oversized AuthRecords, extra bytes
	// are appended after the end of the AuthRecord, logically augmenting the size of the rdatastorage
	// DO NOT ADD ANY MORE FIELDS HERE
	};

// IsLocalDomain alone is not sufficient to determine that a record is mDNS or uDNS. By default domain names within
// the "local" pseudo-TLD (and within the IPv4 and IPv6 link-local reverse mapping domains) are automatically treated
// as mDNS records, but it is also possible to force any record (even those not within one of the inherently local
// domains) to be handled as an mDNS record by setting the ForceMCast flag, or by setting a non-zero InterfaceID.
// For example, the reverse-mapping PTR record created in AdvertiseInterface sets the ForceMCast flag, since it points to
// a dot-local hostname, and therefore it would make no sense to register this record with a wide-area Unicast DNS server.
// The same applies to Sleep Proxy records, which we will answer for when queried via mDNS, but we never want to try
// to register them with a wide-area Unicast DNS server -- and we probably don't have the required credentials anyway.
// Currently we have no concept of a wide-area uDNS record scoped to a particular interface, so if the InterfaceID is
// nonzero we treat this the same as ForceMCast.
// Note: Question_uDNS(Q) is used in *only* one place -- on entry to mDNS_StartQuery_internal, to decide whether to set TargetQID.
// Everywhere else in the code, the determination of whether a question is unicast is made by checking to see if TargetQID is nonzero.
#define AuthRecord_uDNS(R) ((R)->resrec.InterfaceID == mDNSInterface_Any && !(R)->ForceMCast && !IsLocalDomain((R)->resrec.name))
#define Question_uDNS(Q)   ((Q)->InterfaceID == mDNSInterface_Unicast || \
	((Q)->InterfaceID != mDNSInterface_LocalOnly && (Q)->InterfaceID != mDNSInterface_P2P && !(Q)->ForceMCast && !IsLocalDomain(&(Q)->qname)))

// Question (A or AAAA) that is suppressed currently because IPv4 or IPv6 address
// is not available locally for A or AAAA question respectively
#define QuerySuppressed(Q) ((Q)->SuppressUnusable && (Q)->SuppressQuery)

#define PrivateQuery(Q) ((Q)->AuthInfo && (Q)->AuthInfo->AutoTunnel)

// Wrapper struct for Auth Records for higher-level code that cannot use the AuthRecord's ->next pointer field
typedef struct ARListElem
	{
	struct ARListElem *next;
	AuthRecord ar;          // Note: Must be last element of structure, to accomodate oversized AuthRecords
	} ARListElem;

struct CacheGroup_struct				// Header object for a list of CacheRecords with the same name
	{
	CacheGroup     *next;				// Next CacheGroup object in this hash table bucket
	mDNSu32         namehash;			// Name-based (i.e. case insensitive) hash of name
	CacheRecord    *members;			// List of CacheRecords with this same name
	CacheRecord   **rrcache_tail;		// Tail end of that list
	domainname     *name;				// Common name for all CacheRecords in this list
	// Size to here is 20 bytes when compiling 32-bit; 40 bytes when compiling 64-bit
	mDNSu8          namestorage[InlineCacheGroupNameSize];
	};

struct CacheRecord_struct
	{
	CacheRecord    *next;				// Next in list; first element of structure for efficiency reasons
	ResourceRecord  resrec;				// 36 bytes when compiling for 32-bit; 48 when compiling for 64-bit

	// Transient state for Cache Records
	CacheRecord    *NextInKAList;		// Link to the next element in the chain of known answers to send
	mDNSs32         TimeRcvd;			// In platform time units
	mDNSs32         DelayDelivery;		// Set if we want to defer delivery of this answer to local clients
	mDNSs32         NextRequiredQuery;	// In platform time units
	mDNSs32         LastUsed;			// In platform time units
	DNSQuestion    *CRActiveQuestion;	// Points to an active question referencing this answer. Can never point to a NewQuestion.
	mDNSu32         UnansweredQueries;	// Number of times we've issued a query for this record without getting an answer
	mDNSs32         LastUnansweredTime;	// In platform time units; last time we incremented UnansweredQueries
#if ENABLE_MULTI_PACKET_QUERY_SNOOPING
	mDNSu32         MPUnansweredQ;		// Multi-packet query handling: Number of times we've seen a query for this record
	mDNSs32         MPLastUnansweredQT;	// Multi-packet query handling: Last time we incremented MPUnansweredQ
	mDNSu32         MPUnansweredKA;		// Multi-packet query handling: Number of times we've seen this record in a KA list
	mDNSBool        MPExpectingKA;		// Multi-packet query handling: Set when we increment MPUnansweredQ; allows one KA
#endif
	CacheRecord    *NextInCFList;		// Set if this is in the list of records we just received with the cache flush bit set
	// Size to here is 76 bytes when compiling 32-bit; 104 bytes when compiling 64-bit
	RData_small     smallrdatastorage;	// Storage for small records is right here (4 bytes header + 68 bytes data = 72 bytes)
	};

// Storage sufficient to hold either a CacheGroup header or a CacheRecord
// -- for best efficiency (to avoid wasted unused storage) they should be the same size
typedef union CacheEntity_union CacheEntity;
union CacheEntity_union { CacheEntity *next; CacheGroup cg; CacheRecord cr; };

typedef struct
	{
	CacheRecord r;
	mDNSu8 _extradata[MaximumRDSize-InlineCacheRDSize];		// Glue on the necessary number of extra bytes
	domainname namestorage;									// Needs to go *after* the extra rdata bytes
	} LargeCacheRecord;

typedef struct HostnameInfo
	{
	struct HostnameInfo *next;
	NATTraversalInfo natinfo;
	domainname fqdn;
	AuthRecord arv4;                          // registered IPv4 address record
	AuthRecord arv6;                          // registered IPv6 address record
	mDNSRecordCallback *StatusCallback;       // callback to deliver success or error code to client layer
	const void *StatusContext;                // Client Context
	} HostnameInfo;

typedef struct ExtraResourceRecord_struct ExtraResourceRecord;
struct ExtraResourceRecord_struct
	{
	ExtraResourceRecord *next;
	mDNSu32 ClientID;  // Opaque ID field to be used by client to map an AddRecord call to a set of Extra records
	AuthRecord r;
	// Note: Add any additional fields *before* the AuthRecord in this structure, not at the end.
	// In some cases clients can allocate larger chunks of memory and set r->rdata->MaxRDLength to indicate
	// that this extra memory is available, which would result in any fields after the AuthRecord getting smashed
	};

// Note: Within an mDNSServiceCallback mDNS all API calls are legal except mDNS_Init(), mDNS_Exit(), mDNS_Execute()
typedef void mDNSServiceCallback(mDNS *const m, ServiceRecordSet *const sr, mStatus result);

// A ServiceRecordSet has no special meaning to the core code of the Multicast DNS protocol engine;
// it is just a convenience structure to group together the records that make up a standard service
// registration so that they can be allocted and deallocted together as a single memory object.
// It contains its own ServiceCallback+ServiceContext to report aggregate results up to the next layer of software above.
// It also contains:
//  * the basic PTR/SRV/TXT triplet used to represent any DNS-SD service
//  * the "_services" PTR record for service enumeration
//  * the optional list of SubType PTR records
//  * the optional list of additional records attached to the service set (e.g. iChat pictures)

struct ServiceRecordSet_struct
	{
	// These internal state fields are used internally by mDNSCore; the client layer needn't be concerned with them.
	// No fields need to be set up by the client prior to calling mDNS_RegisterService();
	// all required data is passed as parameters to that function.
	mDNSServiceCallback *ServiceCallback;
	void                *ServiceContext;
	mDNSBool             Conflict;	// Set if this record set was forcibly deregistered because of a conflict

	ExtraResourceRecord *Extras;	// Optional list of extra AuthRecords attached to this service registration
	mDNSu32              NumSubTypes;
	AuthRecord          *SubTypes;
	AuthRecord           RR_ADV;	// e.g. _services._dns-sd._udp.local. PTR _printer._tcp.local.
	AuthRecord           RR_PTR;	// e.g. _printer._tcp.local.        PTR Name._printer._tcp.local.
	AuthRecord           RR_SRV;	// e.g. Name._printer._tcp.local.   SRV 0 0 port target
	AuthRecord           RR_TXT;	// e.g. Name._printer._tcp.local.   TXT PrintQueueName
	// Don't add any fields after AuthRecord RR_TXT.
	// This is where the implicit extra space goes if we allocate a ServiceRecordSet containing an oversized RR_TXT record
	};

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - Question structures
#endif

// We record the last eight instances of each duplicate query
// This gives us v4/v6 on each of Ethernet, AirPort and Firewire, and two free slots "for future expansion"
// If the host has more active interfaces that this it is not fatal -- duplicate question suppression will degrade gracefully.
// Since we will still remember the last eight, the busiest interfaces will still get the effective duplicate question suppression.
#define DupSuppressInfoSize 8

typedef struct
	{
	mDNSs32               Time;
	mDNSInterfaceID       InterfaceID;
	mDNSs32               Type;				// v4 or v6?
	} DupSuppressInfo;

typedef enum
	{
	LLQ_InitialRequest    = 1,
	LLQ_SecondaryRequest  = 2,
	LLQ_Established       = 3,
	LLQ_Poll              = 4
	} LLQ_State;

// LLQ constants
#define kLLQ_Vers      1
#define kLLQ_DefLease  7200 // 2 hours
#define kLLQ_MAX_TRIES 3    // retry an operation 3 times max
#define kLLQ_INIT_RESEND 2 // resend an un-ack'd packet after 2 seconds, then double for each additional
// LLQ Operation Codes
#define kLLQOp_Setup     1
#define kLLQOp_Refresh   2
#define kLLQOp_Event     3

// LLQ Errror Codes
enum
	{
	LLQErr_NoError    = 0,
	LLQErr_ServFull   = 1,
	LLQErr_Static     = 2,
	LLQErr_FormErr    = 3,
	LLQErr_NoSuchLLQ  = 4,
	LLQErr_BadVers    = 5,
	LLQErr_UnknownErr = 6
	};

enum { NoAnswer_Normal = 0, NoAnswer_Suspended = 1, NoAnswer_Fail = 2 };

#define HMAC_LEN    64
#define HMAC_IPAD   0x36
#define HMAC_OPAD   0x5c
#define MD5_LEN     16

#define AutoTunnelUnregistered(X) (                                              \
	(X)->AutoTunnelHostRecord.resrec.RecordType == kDNSRecordTypeUnregistered && \
	(X)->AutoTunnelDeviceInfo.resrec.RecordType == kDNSRecordTypeUnregistered && \
	(X)->AutoTunnelService.   resrec.RecordType == kDNSRecordTypeUnregistered && \
	(X)->AutoTunnel6Record.   resrec.RecordType == kDNSRecordTypeUnregistered    )

// Internal data structure to maintain authentication information
typedef struct DomainAuthInfo
	{
	struct DomainAuthInfo *next;
	mDNSs32          deltime;				// If we're planning to delete this DomainAuthInfo, the time we want it deleted
	mDNSBool         AutoTunnel;
	AuthRecord       AutoTunnelHostRecord;	// User-visible hostname; used as SRV target for AutoTunnel services
	AuthRecord       AutoTunnelTarget;		// Opaque hostname of tunnel endpoint; used as SRV target for AutoTunnelService record
	AuthRecord       AutoTunnelDeviceInfo;	// Device info of tunnel endpoint
	AuthRecord       AutoTunnelService;		// Service record (possibly NAT-Mapped) of IKE daemon implementing tunnel endpoint
	AuthRecord       AutoTunnel6Record;     // AutoTunnel AAAA Record obtained from Connectivityd
	NATTraversalInfo AutoTunnelNAT;
	domainname       domain;
	domainname       keyname;
	char             b64keydata[32];
	mDNSu8           keydata_ipad[HMAC_LEN];	// padded key for inner hash rounds
	mDNSu8           keydata_opad[HMAC_LEN];	// padded key for outer hash rounds
	} DomainAuthInfo;

// Note: Within an mDNSQuestionCallback mDNS all API calls are legal except mDNS_Init(), mDNS_Exit(), mDNS_Execute()
typedef enum { QC_rmv = 0, QC_add = 1, QC_addnocache = 2 } QC_result;
typedef void mDNSQuestionCallback(mDNS *const m, DNSQuestion *question, const ResourceRecord *const answer, QC_result AddRecord);

#define NextQSendTime(Q)  ((Q)->LastQTime + (Q)->ThisQInterval)
#define ActiveQuestion(Q) ((Q)->ThisQInterval > 0 && !(Q)->DuplicateOf)
#define TimeToSendThisQuestion(Q,time) (ActiveQuestion(Q) && (time) - NextQSendTime(Q) >= 0)

struct DNSQuestion_struct
	{
	// Internal state fields. These are used internally by mDNSCore; the client layer needn't be concerned with them.
	DNSQuestion          *next;
	mDNSu32               qnamehash;
	mDNSs32               DelayAnswering;	// Set if we want to defer answering this question until the cache settles
	mDNSs32               LastQTime;		// Last scheduled transmission of this Q on *all* applicable interfaces
	mDNSs32               ThisQInterval;	// LastQTime + ThisQInterval is the next scheduled transmission of this Q
											// ThisQInterval > 0 for an active question;
											// ThisQInterval = 0 for a suspended question that's still in the list
											// ThisQInterval = -1 for a cancelled question (should not still be in list)
	mDNSs32               ExpectUnicastResp;// Set when we send a query with the kDNSQClass_UnicastResponse bit set
	mDNSs32               LastAnswerPktNum;	// The sequence number of the last response packet containing an answer to this Q
	mDNSu32               RecentAnswerPkts;	// Number of answers since the last time we sent this query
	mDNSu32               CurrentAnswers;	// Number of records currently in the cache that answer this question
	mDNSu32               LargeAnswers;		// Number of answers with rdata > 1024 bytes
	mDNSu32               UniqueAnswers;	// Number of answers received with kDNSClass_UniqueRRSet bit set
	mDNSInterfaceID       FlappingInterface1;// Set when an interface goes away, to flag if remove events are delivered for this Q
	mDNSInterfaceID       FlappingInterface2;// Set when an interface goes away, to flag if remove events are delivered for this Q
	DomainAuthInfo       *AuthInfo;			// Non-NULL if query is currently being done using Private DNS
	DNSQuestion          *DuplicateOf;
	DNSQuestion          *NextInDQList;
	DupSuppressInfo       DupSuppress[DupSuppressInfoSize];
	mDNSInterfaceID       SendQNow;			// The interface this query is being sent on right now
	mDNSBool              SendOnAll;		// Set if we're sending this question on all active interfaces
	mDNSu32               RequestUnicast;	// Non-zero if we want to send query with kDNSQClass_UnicastResponse bit set
	mDNSs32               LastQTxTime;		// Last time this Q was sent on one (but not necessarily all) interfaces
	mDNSu32               CNAMEReferrals;	// Count of how many CNAME redirections we've done
	mDNSBool              SuppressQuery;    // This query should be suppressed and not sent on the wire 

	// Wide Area fields. These are used internally by the uDNS core
	UDPSocket            *LocalSocket;
	mDNSBool             deliverAddEvents;  // Change in DNSSserver requiring to deliver ADD events
	DNSServer            *qDNSServer;		// Caching server for this query (in the absence of an SRV saying otherwise)
	mDNSOpaque64          validDNSServers;  // Valid DNSServers for this question
	mDNSu16              noServerResponse;  // At least one server did not respond.
	mDNSu16              triedAllServersOnce; // Tried all DNS servers once
	mDNSu8                unansweredQueries;// The number of unanswered queries to this server

	ZoneData             *nta;				// Used for getting zone data for private or LLQ query
	mDNSAddr              servAddr;			// Address and port learned from _dns-llq, _dns-llq-tls or _dns-query-tls SRV query
	mDNSIPPort            servPort;
	struct tcpInfo_t *tcp;
	mDNSIPPort            tcpSrcPort;		// Local Port TCP packet received on;need this as tcp struct is disposed
											// by tcpCallback before calling into mDNSCoreReceive
	mDNSu8                NoAnswer;			// Set if we want to suppress answers until tunnel setup has completed

	// LLQ-specific fields. These fields are only meaningful when LongLived flag is set
	LLQ_State             state;
	mDNSu32               ReqLease;			// seconds (relative)
	mDNSs32               expire;			// ticks (absolute)
	mDNSs16               ntries;           // for UDP: the number of packets sent for this LLQ state
	                                       // for TCP: there is some ambiguity in the use of this variable, but in general, it is
	                                       //          the number of TCP/TLS connection attempts for this LLQ state, or
	                                       //          the number of packets sent for this TCP/TLS connection
	mDNSOpaque64          id;

	// Client API fields: The client must set up these fields *before* calling mDNS_StartQuery()
	mDNSInterfaceID       InterfaceID;		// Non-zero if you want to issue queries only on a single specific IP interface
	mDNSAddr              Target;			// Non-zero if you want to direct queries to a specific unicast target address
	mDNSIPPort            TargetPort;		// Must be set if Target is set
	mDNSOpaque16          TargetQID;		// Must be set if Target is set
	domainname            qname;
	mDNSu16               qtype;
	mDNSu16               qclass;
	mDNSBool              LongLived;        // Set by client for calls to mDNS_StartQuery to indicate LLQs to unicast layer.
	mDNSBool              ExpectUnique;		// Set by client if it's expecting unique RR(s) for this question, not shared RRs
	mDNSBool              ForceMCast;		// Set by client to force mDNS query, even for apparently uDNS names
	mDNSBool              ReturnIntermed;	// Set by client to request callbacks for intermediate CNAME/NXDOMAIN results
	mDNSBool              SuppressUnusable; // Set by client to suppress unusable queries to be sent on the wire
	mDNSQuestionCallback *QuestionCallback;
	void                 *QuestionContext;
	};

typedef struct
	{
	// Client API fields: The client must set up name and InterfaceID *before* calling mDNS_StartResolveService()
	// When the callback is invoked, ip, port, TXTlen and TXTinfo will have been filled in with the results learned from the network.
	domainname      name;
	mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID;		// ID of the interface the response was received on
	mDNSAddr        ip;					// Remote (destination) IP address where this service can be accessed
	mDNSIPPort      port;				// Port where this service can be accessed
	mDNSu16         TXTlen;
	mDNSu8          TXTinfo[2048];		// Additional demultiplexing information (e.g. LPR queue name)
	} ServiceInfo;

// Note: Within an mDNSServiceInfoQueryCallback mDNS all API calls are legal except mDNS_Init(), mDNS_Exit(), mDNS_Execute()
typedef struct ServiceInfoQuery_struct ServiceInfoQuery;
typedef void mDNSServiceInfoQueryCallback(mDNS *const m, ServiceInfoQuery *query);
struct ServiceInfoQuery_struct
	{
	// Internal state fields. These are used internally by mDNSCore; the client layer needn't be concerned with them.
	// No fields need to be set up by the client prior to calling mDNS_StartResolveService();
	// all required data is passed as parameters to that function.
	// The ServiceInfoQuery structure memory is working storage for mDNSCore to discover the requested information
	// and place it in the ServiceInfo structure. After the client has called mDNS_StopResolveService(), it may
	// dispose of the ServiceInfoQuery structure while retaining the results in the ServiceInfo structure.
	DNSQuestion                   qSRV;
	DNSQuestion                   qTXT;
	DNSQuestion                   qAv4;
	DNSQuestion                   qAv6;
	mDNSu8                        GotSRV;
	mDNSu8                        GotTXT;
	mDNSu8                        GotADD;
	mDNSu32                       Answers;
	ServiceInfo                  *info;
	mDNSServiceInfoQueryCallback *ServiceInfoQueryCallback;
	void                         *ServiceInfoQueryContext;
	};

typedef enum { ZoneServiceUpdate, ZoneServiceQuery, ZoneServiceLLQ } ZoneService;

typedef void ZoneDataCallback(mDNS *const m, mStatus err, const ZoneData *result);

struct ZoneData_struct
	{
	domainname       ChildName;			// Name for which we're trying to find the responsible server
	ZoneService      ZoneService;		// Which service we're seeking for this zone (update, query, or LLQ)
	domainname       *CurrentSOA;		// Points to somewhere within ChildName
	domainname       ZoneName;			// Discovered result: Left-hand-side of SOA record
	mDNSu16          ZoneClass;			// Discovered result: DNS Class from SOA record
	domainname       Host;				// Discovered result: Target host from SRV record
	mDNSIPPort       Port;				// Discovered result: Update port, query port, or LLQ port from SRV record
	mDNSAddr         Addr;				// Discovered result: Address of Target host from SRV record
	mDNSBool         ZonePrivate;		// Discovered result: Does zone require encrypted queries?
	ZoneDataCallback *ZoneDataCallback;	// Caller-specified function to be called upon completion
	void             *ZoneDataContext;
	DNSQuestion      question;			// Storage for any active question
	};

extern ZoneData *StartGetZoneData(mDNS *const m, const domainname *const name, const ZoneService target, ZoneDataCallback callback, void *callbackInfo);
extern void CancelGetZoneData(mDNS *const m, ZoneData *nta);

typedef struct DNameListElem
	{
	struct DNameListElem *next;
	mDNSu32 uid;
	domainname name;
	} DNameListElem;

#if APPLE_OSX_mDNSResponder
// Different states that we go through locating the peer
#define TC_STATE_AAAA_PEER			0x000000001		/* Peer's BTMM IPv6 address */
#define TC_STATE_AAAA_PEER_RELAY	0x000000002		/* Peer's IPv6 Relay address */
#define TC_STATE_SRV_PEER			0x000000003		/* Peer's SRV Record corresponding to IPv4 address */
#define TC_STATE_ADDR_PEER			0x000000004		/* Peer's IPv4 address */

typedef struct ClientTunnel
	{
	struct ClientTunnel *next;
	domainname dstname;
	mDNSBool   MarkedForDeletion;
	mDNSv6Addr loc_inner;
	mDNSv4Addr loc_outer;
	mDNSv6Addr loc_outer6;
	mDNSv6Addr rmt_inner;
	mDNSv4Addr rmt_outer;
	mDNSv6Addr rmt_outer6;
	mDNSIPPort rmt_outer_port;
	mDNSu16	tc_state;
	DNSQuestion q;
	} ClientTunnel;
#endif

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - NetworkInterfaceInfo_struct
#endif

typedef struct NetworkInterfaceInfo_struct NetworkInterfaceInfo;

// A NetworkInterfaceInfo_struct serves two purposes:
// 1. It holds the address, PTR and HINFO records to advertise a given IP address on a given physical interface
// 2. It tells mDNSCore which physical interfaces are available; each physical interface has its own unique InterfaceID.
//    Since there may be multiple IP addresses on a single physical interface,
//    there may be multiple NetworkInterfaceInfo_structs with the same InterfaceID.
//    In this case, to avoid sending the same packet n times, when there's more than one
//    struct with the same InterfaceID, mDNSCore picks one member of the set to be the
//    active representative of the set; all others have the 'InterfaceActive' flag unset.

struct NetworkInterfaceInfo_struct
	{
	// Internal state fields. These are used internally by mDNSCore; the client layer needn't be concerned with them.
	NetworkInterfaceInfo *next;

	mDNSu8          InterfaceActive;	// Set if interface is sending & receiving packets (see comment above)
	mDNSu8          IPv4Available;		// If InterfaceActive, set if v4 available on this InterfaceID
	mDNSu8          IPv6Available;		// If InterfaceActive, set if v6 available on this InterfaceID

	DNSQuestion     NetWakeBrowse;
	DNSQuestion     NetWakeResolve[3];	// For fault-tolerance, we try up to three Sleep Proxies
	mDNSAddr        SPSAddr[3];
	mDNSIPPort      SPSPort[3];
	mDNSs32         NextSPSAttempt;		// -1 if we're not currently attempting to register with any Sleep Proxy
	mDNSs32         NextSPSAttemptTime;

	// Standard AuthRecords that every Responder host should have (one per active IP address)
	AuthRecord RR_A;					// 'A' or 'AAAA' (address) record for our ".local" name
	AuthRecord RR_PTR;					// PTR (reverse lookup) record
	AuthRecord RR_HINFO;

	// Client API fields: The client must set up these fields *before* calling mDNS_RegisterInterface()
	mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID;		// Identifies physical interface; MUST NOT be 0, -1, or -2
	mDNSAddr        ip;					// The IPv4 or IPv6 address to advertise
	mDNSAddr        mask;
	mDNSEthAddr     MAC;
	char            ifname[64];			// Windows uses a GUID string for the interface name, which doesn't fit in 16 bytes
	mDNSu8          Advertise;			// False if you are only searching on this interface
	mDNSu8          McastTxRx;			// Send/Receive multicast on this { InterfaceID, address family } ?
	mDNSu8          NetWake;			// Set if Wake-On-Magic-Packet is enabled on this interface
	};

typedef struct SearchListElem
	{
	struct SearchListElem *next;
	domainname domain;
	int flag;		// -1 means delete, 0 means unchanged, +1 means newly added
	DNSQuestion BrowseQ;
	DNSQuestion DefBrowseQ;
	DNSQuestion AutomaticBrowseQ;
	DNSQuestion RegisterQ;
	DNSQuestion DefRegisterQ;
	DNSQuestion DirQ;
	int	numDirAnswers;
	ARListElem *AuthRecs;
	} SearchListElem;

// For domain enumeration and automatic browsing
// This is the user's DNS search list.
// In each of these domains we search for our special pointer records (lb._dns-sd._udp.<domain>, etc.)
// to discover recommended domains for domain enumeration (browse, default browse, registration,
// default registration) and possibly one or more recommended automatic browsing domains.
extern SearchListElem *SearchList;		// This really ought to be part of mDNS_struct -- SC

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - Main mDNS object, used to hold all the mDNS state
#endif

typedef void mDNSCallback(mDNS *const m, mStatus result);

#define CACHE_HASH_SLOTS 499

enum		// Bit flags -- i.e. values should be 1, 2, 4, 8, etc.
	{
	mDNS_KnownBug_PhantomInterfaces = 1,
	mDNS_KnownBug_LimitedIPv6       = 2,
	mDNS_KnownBug_LossySyslog       = 4		// <rdar://problem/6561888>
	};

enum
	{
	SleepState_Awake = 0,
	SleepState_Transferring = 1,
	SleepState_Sleeping = 2
	};

struct mDNS_struct
	{
	// Internal state fields. These hold the main internal state of mDNSCore;
	// the client layer needn't be concerned with them.
	// No fields need to be set up by the client prior to calling mDNS_Init();
	// all required data is passed as parameters to that function.

	mDNS_PlatformSupport *p;			// Pointer to platform-specific data of indeterminite size
	mDNSu32  KnownBugs;
	mDNSBool CanReceiveUnicastOn5353;
	mDNSBool AdvertiseLocalAddresses;
	mDNSBool DivertMulticastAdvertisements; // from interfaces that do not advertise local addresses to local-only
	mStatus mDNSPlatformStatus;
	mDNSIPPort UnicastPort4;
	mDNSIPPort UnicastPort6;
	mDNSEthAddr PrimaryMAC;				// Used as unique host ID
	mDNSCallback *MainCallback;
	void         *MainContext;

	// For debugging: To catch and report locking failures
	mDNSu32 mDNS_busy;					// Incremented between mDNS_Lock/mDNS_Unlock section
	mDNSu32 mDNS_reentrancy;			// Incremented when calling a client callback
	mDNSu8  lock_rrcache;				// For debugging: Set at times when these lists may not be modified
	mDNSu8  lock_Questions;
	mDNSu8  lock_Records;
#ifndef MaxMsg
	#define MaxMsg 160
#endif
	char MsgBuffer[MaxMsg];				// Temp storage used while building error log messages

	// Task Scheduling variables
	mDNSs32  timenow_adjust;			// Correction applied if we ever discover time went backwards
	mDNSs32  timenow;					// The time that this particular activation of the mDNS code started
	mDNSs32  timenow_last;				// The time the last time we ran
	mDNSs32  NextScheduledEvent;		// Derived from values below
	mDNSs32  ShutdownTime;				// Set when we're shutting down; allows us to skip some unnecessary steps
	mDNSs32  SuppressSending;			// Don't send local-link mDNS packets during this time
	mDNSs32  NextCacheCheck;			// Next time to refresh cache record before it expires
	mDNSs32  NextScheduledQuery;		// Next time to send query in its exponential backoff sequence
	mDNSs32  NextScheduledProbe;		// Next time to probe for new authoritative record
	mDNSs32  NextScheduledResponse;		// Next time to send authoritative record(s) in responses
	mDNSs32  NextScheduledNATOp;		// Next time to send NAT-traversal packets
	mDNSs32  NextScheduledSPS;			// Next time to purge expiring Sleep Proxy records
	mDNSs32  RandomQueryDelay;			// For de-synchronization of query packets on the wire
	mDNSu32  RandomReconfirmDelay;		// For de-synchronization of reconfirmation queries on the wire
	mDNSs32  PktNum;					// Unique sequence number assigned to each received packet
	mDNSu8   LocalRemoveEvents;			// Set if we may need to deliver remove events for local-only questions and/or local-only records
	mDNSu8   SleepState;				// Set if we're sleeping
	mDNSu8   SleepSeqNum;				// "Epoch number" of our current period of wakefulness
	mDNSu8   SystemWakeOnLANEnabled;	// Set if we want to register with a Sleep Proxy before going to sleep
	mDNSu8   SentSleepProxyRegistration;// Set if we registered (or tried to register) with a Sleep Proxy
	mDNSu8   SystemSleepOnlyIfWakeOnLAN;// Set if we may only sleep if we managed to register with a Sleep Proxy
	mDNSs32  AnnounceOwner;				// After waking from sleep, include OWNER option in packets until this time
	mDNSs32  DelaySleep;				// To inhibit re-sleeping too quickly right after wake
	mDNSs32  SleepLimit;				// Time window to allow deregistrations, etc.,
										// during which underying platform layer should inhibit system sleep
	mDNSs32  NextScheduledSPRetry;		// Time next sleep proxy registration action is required.
										// Only valid if SleepLimit is nonzero and DelaySleep is zero.

	// These fields only required for mDNS Searcher...
	DNSQuestion *Questions;				// List of all registered questions, active and inactive
	DNSQuestion *NewQuestions;			// Fresh questions not yet answered from cache
	DNSQuestion *CurrentQuestion;		// Next question about to be examined in AnswerLocalQuestions()
	DNSQuestion *LocalOnlyQuestions;	// Questions with InterfaceID set to mDNSInterface_LocalOnly or mDNSInterface_P2P
	DNSQuestion *NewLocalOnlyQuestions;	// Fresh local-only or P2P questions not yet answered
	mDNSu32 rrcache_size;				// Total number of available cache entries
	mDNSu32 rrcache_totalused;			// Number of cache entries currently occupied
	mDNSu32 rrcache_active;				// Number of cache entries currently occupied by records that answer active questions
	mDNSu32 rrcache_report;
	CacheEntity *rrcache_free;
	CacheGroup *rrcache_hash[CACHE_HASH_SLOTS];
	mDNSs32  rrcache_nextcheck[CACHE_HASH_SLOTS];

	// Fields below only required for mDNS Responder...
	domainlabel nicelabel;				// Rich text label encoded using canonically precomposed UTF-8
	domainlabel hostlabel;				// Conforms to RFC 1034 "letter-digit-hyphen" ARPANET host name rules
	domainname  MulticastHostname;		// Fully Qualified "dot-local" Host Name, e.g. "Foo.local."
	UTF8str255  HIHardware;
	UTF8str255  HISoftware;
	AuthRecord  DeviceInfo;
	AuthRecord *ResourceRecords;
	AuthRecord *DuplicateRecords;		// Records currently 'on hold' because they are duplicates of existing records
	AuthRecord *NewLocalRecords;		// Fresh AuthRecords (both local-only and public) not yet delivered to our local-only questions
	AuthRecord *CurrentRecord;			// Next AuthRecord about to be examined
	NetworkInterfaceInfo *HostInterfaces;
	mDNSs32 ProbeFailTime;
	mDNSu32 NumFailedProbes;
	mDNSs32 SuppressProbes;

	// Unicast-specific data
	mDNSs32           NextuDNSEvent;		// uDNS next event
	mDNSs32           NextSRVUpdate;        // Time to perform delayed update

	DNSServer        *DNSServers;           // list of DNS servers

	mDNSAddr          Router;
	mDNSAddr          AdvertisedV4;         // IPv4 address pointed to by hostname
	mDNSAddr          AdvertisedV6;         // IPv6 address pointed to by hostname

	DomainAuthInfo   *AuthInfoList;         // list of domains requiring authentication for updates

	DNSQuestion       ReverseMap;           // Reverse-map query to find static hostname for service target
	DNSQuestion       AutomaticBrowseDomainQ;
	domainname        StaticHostname;       // Current answer to reverse-map query
	domainname        FQDN;
	HostnameInfo     *Hostnames;            // List of registered hostnames + hostname metadata
	mDNSv6Addr        AutoTunnelHostAddr;	// IPv6 address advertised for AutoTunnel services on this machine
	mDNSBool          AutoTunnelHostAddrActive;
	mDNSv6Addr        AutoTunnelRelayAddr;	// IPv6 address advertised for AutoTunnel Relay services on this machine
	domainlabel       AutoTunnelLabel;		// Used to construct hostname for *IPv4* address of tunnel endpoints

	mDNSBool          RegisterSearchDomains;
	mDNSBool          RegisterAutoTunnel6;

	// NAT-Traversal fields
	NATTraversalInfo  LLQNAT;					// Single shared NAT Traversal to receive inbound LLQ notifications
	NATTraversalInfo *NATTraversals;
	NATTraversalInfo *CurrentNATTraversal;
	mDNSs32           retryIntervalGetAddr;		// delta between time sent and retry
	mDNSs32           retryGetAddr;				// absolute time when we retry
	mDNSv4Addr        ExternalAddress;

	UDPSocket        *NATMcastRecvskt;			// For receiving NAT-PMP AddrReply multicasts from router on port 5350
	mDNSu32           LastNATupseconds;			// NAT engine uptime in seconds, from most recent NAT packet
	mDNSs32           LastNATReplyLocalTime;	// Local time in ticks when most recent NAT packet was received
	mDNSu16           LastNATMapResultCode;		// Most recent error code for mappings

	tcpLNTInfo        tcpAddrInfo;				// legacy NAT traversal TCP connection info for external address
	tcpLNTInfo        tcpDeviceInfo;			// legacy NAT traversal TCP connection info for device info
	tcpLNTInfo       *tcpInfoUnmapList;			// list of pending unmap requests
	mDNSInterfaceID   UPnPInterfaceID;
	UDPSocket        *SSDPSocket;               // For SSDP request/response
	mDNSBool          SSDPWANPPPConnection;     // whether we should send the SSDP query for WANIPConnection or WANPPPConnection
	mDNSIPPort        UPnPRouterPort;			// port we send discovery messages to
	mDNSIPPort        UPnPSOAPPort;				// port we send SOAP messages to
	mDNSu8           *UPnPRouterURL;			// router's URL string
	mDNSBool          UPnPWANPPPConnection;     // whether we're using WANIPConnection or WANPPPConnection
	mDNSu8           *UPnPSOAPURL;				// router's SOAP control URL string
	mDNSu8           *UPnPRouterAddressString;	// holds both the router's address and port
	mDNSu8           *UPnPSOAPAddressString;	// holds both address and port for SOAP messages

	// Sleep Proxy Server fields
	mDNSu8            SPSType;					// 0 = off, 10-99 encodes desirability metric
	mDNSu8            SPSPortability;			// 10-99
	mDNSu8            SPSMarginalPower;			// 10-99
	mDNSu8            SPSTotalPower;			// 10-99
	mDNSu8            SPSState;					// 0 = off, 1 = running, 2 = shutting down, 3 = suspended during sleep
	mDNSInterfaceID   SPSProxyListChanged;
	UDPSocket        *SPSSocket;
	ServiceRecordSet  SPSRecords;
	mDNSQuestionCallback *SPSBrowseCallback;    // So the platform layer can do something useful with SPS browse results
	int               ProxyRecords;				// Total number of records we're holding as proxy
	#define           MAX_PROXY_RECORDS 10000	/* DOS protection: 400 machines at 25 records each */

#if APPLE_OSX_mDNSResponder
	ClientTunnel     *TunnelClients;
	uuid_t           asl_uuid;					// uuid for ASL logging
	void		    *WCF;
#endif

	// Fixed storage, to avoid creating large objects on the stack
	// The imsg is declared as a union with a pointer type to enforce CPU-appropriate alignment
	union { DNSMessage m; void *p; } imsg;  // Incoming message received from wire
	DNSMessage        omsg;                 // Outgoing message we're building
	LargeCacheRecord  rec;                  // Resource Record extracted from received message
	};

#define FORALL_CACHERECORDS(SLOT,CG,CR)                           \
	for ((SLOT) = 0; (SLOT) < CACHE_HASH_SLOTS; (SLOT)++)         \
		for ((CG)=m->rrcache_hash[(SLOT)]; (CG); (CG)=(CG)->next) \
			for ((CR) = (CG)->members; (CR); (CR)=(CR)->next)

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - Useful Static Constants
#endif

extern const mDNSInterfaceID mDNSInterface_Any;				// Zero
extern const mDNSInterfaceID mDNSInterface_LocalOnly;		// Special value
extern const mDNSInterfaceID mDNSInterface_Unicast;			// Special value
extern const mDNSInterfaceID mDNSInterfaceMark;				// Special value
extern const mDNSInterfaceID mDNSInterface_P2P;				// Special value

extern const mDNSIPPort   DiscardPort;
extern const mDNSIPPort   SSHPort;
extern const mDNSIPPort   UnicastDNSPort;
extern const mDNSIPPort   SSDPPort;
extern const mDNSIPPort   IPSECPort;
extern const mDNSIPPort   NSIPCPort;
extern const mDNSIPPort   NATPMPAnnouncementPort;
extern const mDNSIPPort   NATPMPPort;
extern const mDNSIPPort   DNSEXTPort;
extern const mDNSIPPort   MulticastDNSPort;
extern const mDNSIPPort   LoopbackIPCPort;
extern const mDNSIPPort   PrivateDNSPort;

extern const OwnerOptData    zeroOwner;

extern const mDNSIPPort      zeroIPPort;
extern const mDNSv4Addr      zerov4Addr;
extern const mDNSv6Addr      zerov6Addr;
extern const mDNSEthAddr     zeroEthAddr;
extern const mDNSv4Addr      onesIPv4Addr;
extern const mDNSv6Addr      onesIPv6Addr;
extern const mDNSEthAddr     onesEthAddr;
extern const mDNSAddr        zeroAddr;

extern const mDNSv4Addr   AllDNSAdminGroup;
extern const mDNSv4Addr   AllHosts_v4;
extern const mDNSv6Addr   AllHosts_v6;
extern const mDNSv6Addr   NDP_prefix;
extern const mDNSEthAddr  AllHosts_v6_Eth;
extern const mDNSAddr     AllDNSLinkGroup_v4;
extern const mDNSAddr     AllDNSLinkGroup_v6;

extern const mDNSOpaque16 zeroID;
extern const mDNSOpaque16 onesID;
extern const mDNSOpaque16 QueryFlags;
extern const mDNSOpaque16 uQueryFlags;
extern const mDNSOpaque16 ResponseFlags;
extern const mDNSOpaque16 UpdateReqFlags;
extern const mDNSOpaque16 UpdateRespFlags;

extern const mDNSOpaque64 zeroOpaque64;

extern mDNSBool StrictUnicastOrdering;
extern mDNSu8 NumUnicastDNSServers;

#define localdomain           (*(const domainname *)"\x5" "local")
#define DeviceInfoName        (*(const domainname *)"\xC" "_device-info" "\x4" "_tcp")
#define SleepProxyServiceType (*(const domainname *)"\xC" "_sleep-proxy" "\x4" "_udp")

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - Inline functions
#endif

#if (defined(_MSC_VER))
	#define mDNSinline static __inline
#elif ((__GNUC__ > 2) || ((__GNUC__ == 2) && (__GNUC_MINOR__ >= 9)))
	#define mDNSinline static inline
#endif

// If we're not doing inline functions, then this header needs to have the extern declarations
#if !defined(mDNSinline)
extern mDNSs32      NonZeroTime(mDNSs32 t);
extern mDNSu16      mDNSVal16(mDNSOpaque16 x);
extern mDNSOpaque16 mDNSOpaque16fromIntVal(mDNSu16 v);
#endif

// If we're compiling the particular C file that instantiates our inlines, then we
// define "mDNSinline" (to empty string) so that we generate code in the following section
#if (!defined(mDNSinline) && mDNS_InstantiateInlines)
#define mDNSinline
#endif

#ifdef mDNSinline

mDNSinline mDNSs32 NonZeroTime(mDNSs32 t) { if (t) return(t); else return(1); }

mDNSinline mDNSu16 mDNSVal16(mDNSOpaque16 x) { return((mDNSu16)((mDNSu16)x.b[0] <<  8 | (mDNSu16)x.b[1])); }

mDNSinline mDNSOpaque16 mDNSOpaque16fromIntVal(mDNSu16 v)
	{
	mDNSOpaque16 x;
	x.b[0] = (mDNSu8)(v >> 8);
	x.b[1] = (mDNSu8)(v & 0xFF);
	return(x);
	}

#endif

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - Main Client Functions
#endif

// Every client should call mDNS_Init, passing in storage for the mDNS object and the mDNS_PlatformSupport object.
//
// Clients that are only advertising services should use mDNS_Init_NoCache and mDNS_Init_ZeroCacheSize.
// Clients that plan to perform queries (mDNS_StartQuery, mDNS_StartBrowse, mDNS_StartResolveService, etc.)
// need to provide storage for the resource record cache, or the query calls will return 'mStatus_NoCache'.
// The rrcachestorage parameter is the address of memory for the resource record cache, and
// the rrcachesize parameter is the number of entries in the CacheRecord array passed in.
// (i.e. the size of the cache memory needs to be sizeof(CacheRecord) * rrcachesize).
// OS X 10.3 Panther uses an initial cache size of 64 entries, and then mDNSCore sends an
// mStatus_GrowCache message if it needs more.
//
// Most clients should use mDNS_Init_AdvertiseLocalAddresses. This causes mDNSCore to automatically
// create the correct address records for all the hosts interfaces. If you plan to advertise
// services being offered by the local machine, this is almost always what you want.
// There are two cases where you might use mDNS_Init_DontAdvertiseLocalAddresses:
// 1. A client-only device, that browses for services but doesn't advertise any of its own.
// 2. A proxy-registration service, that advertises services being offered by other machines, and takes
//    the appropriate steps to manually create the correct address records for those other machines.
// In principle, a proxy-like registration service could manually create address records for its own machine too,
// but this would be pointless extra effort when using mDNS_Init_AdvertiseLocalAddresses does that for you.
//
// Note that a client-only device that wishes to prohibit multicast advertisements (e.g. from
// higher-layer API calls) must also set DivertMulticastAdvertisements in the mDNS structure and
// advertise local address(es) on a loopback interface.
//
// When mDNS has finished setting up the client's callback is called
// A client can also spin and poll the mDNSPlatformStatus field to see when it changes from mStatus_Waiting to mStatus_NoError
//
// Call mDNS_StartExit to tidy up before exiting
// Because exiting may be an asynchronous process (e.g. if unicast records need to be deregistered)
// client layer may choose to wait until mDNS_ExitNow() returns true before calling mDNS_FinalExit().
//
// Call mDNS_Register with a completed AuthRecord object to register a resource record
// If the resource record type is kDNSRecordTypeUnique (or kDNSknownunique) then if a conflicting resource record is discovered,
// the resource record's mDNSRecordCallback will be called with error code mStatus_NameConflict. The callback should deregister
// the record, and may then try registering the record again after picking a new name (e.g. by automatically appending a number).
// Following deregistration, the RecordCallback will be called with result mStatus_MemFree to signal that it is safe to deallocate
// the record's storage (memory must be freed asynchronously to allow for goodbye packets and dynamic update deregistration).
//
// Call mDNS_StartQuery to initiate a query. mDNS will proceed to issue Multicast DNS query packets, and any time a response
// is received containing a record which matches the question, the DNSQuestion's mDNSAnswerCallback function will be called
// Call mDNS_StopQuery when no more answers are required
//
// Care should be taken on multi-threaded or interrupt-driven environments.
// The main mDNS routines call mDNSPlatformLock() on entry and mDNSPlatformUnlock() on exit;
// each platform layer needs to implement these appropriately for its respective platform.
// For example, if the support code on a particular platform implements timer callbacks at interrupt time, then
// mDNSPlatformLock/Unlock need to disable interrupts or do similar concurrency control to ensure that the mDNS
// code is not entered by an interrupt-time timer callback while in the middle of processing a client call.

extern mStatus mDNS_Init      (mDNS *const m, mDNS_PlatformSupport *const p,
								CacheEntity *rrcachestorage, mDNSu32 rrcachesize,
								mDNSBool AdvertiseLocalAddresses,
								mDNSCallback *Callback, void *Context);
// See notes above on use of NoCache/ZeroCacheSize
#define mDNS_Init_NoCache                     mDNSNULL
#define mDNS_Init_ZeroCacheSize               0
// See notes above on use of Advertise/DontAdvertiseLocalAddresses
#define mDNS_Init_AdvertiseLocalAddresses     mDNStrue
#define mDNS_Init_DontAdvertiseLocalAddresses mDNSfalse
#define mDNS_Init_NoInitCallback              mDNSNULL
#define mDNS_Init_NoInitCallbackContext       mDNSNULL

extern void    mDNS_ConfigChanged(mDNS *const m);
extern void    mDNS_GrowCache (mDNS *const m, CacheEntity *storage, mDNSu32 numrecords);
extern void    mDNS_StartExit (mDNS *const m);
extern void    mDNS_FinalExit (mDNS *const m);
#define mDNS_Close(m) do { mDNS_StartExit(m); mDNS_FinalExit(m); } while(0)
#define mDNS_ExitNow(m, now) ((now) - (m)->ShutdownTime >= 0 || (!(m)->ResourceRecords))

extern mDNSs32 mDNS_Execute   (mDNS *const m);

extern mStatus mDNS_Register  (mDNS *const m, AuthRecord *const rr);
extern mStatus mDNS_Update    (mDNS *const m, AuthRecord *const rr, mDNSu32 newttl,
								const mDNSu16 newrdlength, RData *const newrdata, mDNSRecordUpdateCallback *Callback);
extern mStatus mDNS_Deregister(mDNS *const m, AuthRecord *const rr);

extern mStatus mDNS_StartQuery(mDNS *const m, DNSQuestion *const question);
extern mStatus mDNS_StopQuery (mDNS *const m, DNSQuestion *const question);
extern mStatus mDNS_StopQueryWithRemoves(mDNS *const m, DNSQuestion *const question);
extern mStatus mDNS_Reconfirm (mDNS *const m, CacheRecord *const cacherr);
extern mStatus mDNS_ReconfirmByValue(mDNS *const m, ResourceRecord *const rr);
extern void    mDNS_PurgeCacheResourceRecord(mDNS *const m, CacheRecord *rr);
extern mDNSs32 mDNS_TimeNow(const mDNS *const m);

extern mStatus mDNS_StartNATOperation(mDNS *const m, NATTraversalInfo *traversal);
extern mStatus mDNS_StopNATOperation(mDNS *const m, NATTraversalInfo *traversal);
extern mStatus mDNS_StopNATOperation_internal(mDNS *m, NATTraversalInfo *traversal);

extern DomainAuthInfo *GetAuthInfoForName(mDNS *m, const domainname *const name);

extern void    mDNS_UpdateAllowSleep(mDNS *const m);

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - Platform support functions that are accessible to the client layer too
#endif

extern mDNSs32  mDNSPlatformOneSecond;

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - General utility and helper functions
#endif

// mDNS_Dereg_normal is used for most calls to mDNS_Deregister_internal
// mDNS_Dereg_rapid is used to send one goodbye instead of three, when we want the memory available for reuse sooner
// mDNS_Dereg_conflict is used to indicate that this record is being forcibly deregistered because of a conflict
// mDNS_Dereg_repeat is used when cleaning up, for records that may have already been forcibly deregistered
typedef enum { mDNS_Dereg_normal, mDNS_Dereg_rapid, mDNS_Dereg_conflict, mDNS_Dereg_repeat } mDNS_Dereg_type;

// mDNS_RegisterService is a single call to register the set of resource records associated with a given named service.
//
// mDNS_StartResolveService is single call which is equivalent to multiple calls to mDNS_StartQuery,
// to find the IP address, port number, and demultiplexing information for a given named service.
// As with mDNS_StartQuery, it executes asynchronously, and calls the ServiceInfoQueryCallback when the answer is
// found. After the service is resolved, the client should call mDNS_StopResolveService to complete the transaction.
// The client can also call mDNS_StopResolveService at any time to abort the transaction.
//
// mDNS_AddRecordToService adds an additional record to a Service Record Set.  This record may be deregistered
// via mDNS_RemoveRecordFromService, or by deregistering the service.  mDNS_RemoveRecordFromService is passed a
// callback to free the memory associated with the extra RR when it is safe to do so.  The ExtraResourceRecord
// object can be found in the record's context pointer.

// mDNS_GetBrowseDomains is a special case of the mDNS_StartQuery call, where the resulting answers
// are a list of PTR records indicating (in the rdata) domains that are recommended for browsing.
// After getting the list of domains to browse, call mDNS_StopQuery to end the search.
// mDNS_GetDefaultBrowseDomain returns the name of the domain that should be highlighted by default.
//
// mDNS_GetRegistrationDomains and mDNS_GetDefaultRegistrationDomain are the equivalent calls to get the list
// of one or more domains that should be offered to the user as choices for where they may register their service,
// and the default domain in which to register in the case where the user has made no selection.

extern void    mDNS_SetupResourceRecord(AuthRecord *rr, RData *RDataStorage, mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID,
               mDNSu16 rrtype, mDNSu32 ttl, mDNSu8 RecordType, mDNSRecordCallback Callback, void *Context);

extern mStatus mDNS_RegisterService  (mDNS *const m, ServiceRecordSet *sr,
               const domainlabel *const name, const domainname *const type, const domainname *const domain,
               const domainname *const host, mDNSIPPort port, const mDNSu8 txtinfo[], mDNSu16 txtlen,
               AuthRecord *SubTypes, mDNSu32 NumSubTypes,
               const mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID, mDNSServiceCallback Callback, void *Context);
extern mStatus mDNS_AddRecordToService(mDNS *const m, ServiceRecordSet *sr, ExtraResourceRecord *extra, RData *rdata, mDNSu32 ttl);
extern mStatus mDNS_RemoveRecordFromService(mDNS *const m, ServiceRecordSet *sr, ExtraResourceRecord *extra, mDNSRecordCallback MemFreeCallback, void *Context);
extern mStatus mDNS_RenameAndReregisterService(mDNS *const m, ServiceRecordSet *const sr, const domainlabel *newname);
extern mStatus mDNS_DeregisterService_drt(mDNS *const m, ServiceRecordSet *sr, mDNS_Dereg_type drt);
#define mDNS_DeregisterService(M,S) mDNS_DeregisterService_drt((M), (S), mDNS_Dereg_normal)

extern mStatus mDNS_RegisterNoSuchService(mDNS *const m, AuthRecord *const rr,
               const domainlabel *const name, const domainname *const type, const domainname *const domain,
               const domainname *const host,
               const mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID, mDNSRecordCallback Callback, void *Context);
#define        mDNS_DeregisterNoSuchService mDNS_Deregister

extern void mDNS_SetupQuestion(DNSQuestion *const q, const mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID, const domainname *const name,
               const mDNSu16 qtype, mDNSQuestionCallback *const callback, void *const context);

extern mStatus mDNS_StartBrowse(mDNS *const m, DNSQuestion *const question,
               const domainname *const srv, const domainname *const domain,
               const mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID, mDNSBool ForceMCast, mDNSQuestionCallback *Callback, void *Context);
#define        mDNS_StopBrowse mDNS_StopQuery

extern mStatus mDNS_StartResolveService(mDNS *const m, ServiceInfoQuery *query, ServiceInfo *info, mDNSServiceInfoQueryCallback *Callback, void *Context);
extern void    mDNS_StopResolveService (mDNS *const m, ServiceInfoQuery *query);

typedef enum
	{
	mDNS_DomainTypeBrowse              = 0,
	mDNS_DomainTypeBrowseDefault       = 1,
	mDNS_DomainTypeBrowseAutomatic     = 2,
	mDNS_DomainTypeRegistration        = 3,
	mDNS_DomainTypeRegistrationDefault = 4,

	mDNS_DomainTypeMax = 4
	} mDNS_DomainType;

extern const char *const mDNS_DomainTypeNames[];

extern mStatus mDNS_GetDomains(mDNS *const m, DNSQuestion *const question, mDNS_DomainType DomainType, const domainname *dom,
								const mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID, mDNSQuestionCallback *Callback, void *Context);
#define        mDNS_StopGetDomains mDNS_StopQuery
extern mStatus mDNS_AdvertiseDomains(mDNS *const m, AuthRecord *rr, mDNS_DomainType DomainType, const mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID, char *domname);
#define        mDNS_StopAdvertiseDomains mDNS_Deregister

extern mDNSOpaque16 mDNS_NewMessageID(mDNS *const m);
extern mDNSBool mDNS_AddressIsLocalSubnet(mDNS *const m, const mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID, const mDNSAddr *addr);

extern DNSServer *GetServerForName(mDNS *m, const domainname *name, mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID);
extern DNSServer *GetServerForQuestion(mDNS *m, DNSQuestion *question);
extern void SetValidDNSServers(mDNS *m, DNSQuestion *question);

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - DNS name utility functions
#endif

// In order to expose the full capabilities of the DNS protocol (which allows any arbitrary eight-bit values
// in domain name labels, including unlikely characters like ascii nulls and even dots) all the mDNS APIs
// work with DNS's native length-prefixed strings. For convenience in C, the following utility functions
// are provided for converting between C's null-terminated strings and DNS's length-prefixed strings.

// Assignment
// A simple C structure assignment of a domainname can cause a protection fault by accessing unmapped memory,
// because that object is defined to be 256 bytes long, but not all domainname objects are truly the full size.
// This macro uses mDNSPlatformMemCopy() to make sure it only touches the actual bytes that are valid.
#define AssignDomainName(DST, SRC) do { mDNSu16 len__ = DomainNameLength((SRC)); \
	if (len__ <= MAX_DOMAIN_NAME) mDNSPlatformMemCopy((DST)->c, (SRC)->c, len__); else (DST)->c[0] = 0; } while(0)

// Comparison functions
#define SameDomainLabelCS(A,B) ((A)[0] == (B)[0] && mDNSPlatformMemSame((A)+1, (B)+1, (A)[0]))
extern mDNSBool SameDomainLabel(const mDNSu8 *a, const mDNSu8 *b);
extern mDNSBool SameDomainName(const domainname *const d1, const domainname *const d2);
extern mDNSBool SameDomainNameCS(const domainname *const d1, const domainname *const d2);
typedef mDNSBool DomainNameComparisonFn(const domainname *const d1, const domainname *const d2);
extern mDNSBool IsLocalDomain(const domainname *d);     // returns true for domains that by default should be looked up using link-local multicast

#define StripFirstLabel(X) ((const domainname *)&(X)->c[(X)->c[0] ? 1 + (X)->c[0] : 0])

#define FirstLabel(X)  ((const domainlabel *)(X))
#define SecondLabel(X) ((const domainlabel *)StripFirstLabel(X))
#define ThirdLabel(X)  ((const domainlabel *)StripFirstLabel(StripFirstLabel(X)))

extern const mDNSu8 *LastLabel(const domainname *d);

// Get total length of domain name, in native DNS format, including terminal root label
//   (e.g. length of "com." is 5 (length byte, three data bytes, final zero)
extern mDNSu16  DomainNameLengthLimit(const domainname *const name, const mDNSu8 *limit);
#define DomainNameLength(name) DomainNameLengthLimit((name), (name)->c + MAX_DOMAIN_NAME)

// Append functions to append one or more labels to an existing native format domain name:
//   AppendLiteralLabelString adds a single label from a literal C string, with no escape character interpretation.
//   AppendDNSNameString      adds zero or more labels from a C string using conventional DNS dots-and-escaping interpretation
//   AppendDomainLabel        adds a single label from a native format domainlabel
//   AppendDomainName         adds zero or more labels from a native format domainname
extern mDNSu8  *AppendLiteralLabelString(domainname *const name, const char *cstr);
extern mDNSu8  *AppendDNSNameString     (domainname *const name, const char *cstr);
extern mDNSu8  *AppendDomainLabel       (domainname *const name, const domainlabel *const label);
extern mDNSu8  *AppendDomainName        (domainname *const name, const domainname *const append);

// Convert from null-terminated string to native DNS format:
//   The DomainLabel form makes a single label from a literal C string, with no escape character interpretation.
//   The DomainName form makes native format domain name from a C string using conventional DNS interpretation:
//     dots separate labels, and within each label, '\.' represents a literal dot, '\\' represents a literal
//     backslash and backslash with three decimal digits (e.g. \000) represents an arbitrary byte value.
extern mDNSBool MakeDomainLabelFromLiteralString(domainlabel *const label, const char *cstr);
extern mDNSu8  *MakeDomainNameFromDNSNameString (domainname  *const name,  const char *cstr);

// Convert native format domainlabel or domainname back to C string format
// IMPORTANT:
// When using ConvertDomainLabelToCString, the target buffer must be MAX_ESCAPED_DOMAIN_LABEL (254) bytes long
// to guarantee there will be no buffer overrun. It is only safe to use a buffer shorter than this in rare cases
// where the label is known to be constrained somehow (for example, if the label is known to be either "_tcp" or "_udp").
// Similarly, when using ConvertDomainNameToCString, the target buffer must be MAX_ESCAPED_DOMAIN_NAME (1009) bytes long.
// See definitions of MAX_ESCAPED_DOMAIN_LABEL and MAX_ESCAPED_DOMAIN_NAME for more detailed explanation.
extern char    *ConvertDomainLabelToCString_withescape(const domainlabel *const name, char *cstr, char esc);
#define         ConvertDomainLabelToCString_unescaped(D,C) ConvertDomainLabelToCString_withescape((D), (C), 0)
#define         ConvertDomainLabelToCString(D,C)           ConvertDomainLabelToCString_withescape((D), (C), '\\')
extern char    *ConvertDomainNameToCString_withescape(const domainname *const name, char *cstr, char esc);
#define         ConvertDomainNameToCString_unescaped(D,C) ConvertDomainNameToCString_withescape((D), (C), 0)
#define         ConvertDomainNameToCString(D,C)           ConvertDomainNameToCString_withescape((D), (C), '\\')

extern void     ConvertUTF8PstringToRFC1034HostLabel(const mDNSu8 UTF8Name[], domainlabel *const hostlabel);

extern mDNSu8  *ConstructServiceName(domainname *const fqdn, const domainlabel *name, const domainname *type, const domainname *const domain);
extern mDNSBool DeconstructServiceName(const domainname *const fqdn, domainlabel *const name, domainname *const type, domainname *const domain);

// Note: Some old functions have been replaced by more sensibly-named versions.
// You can uncomment the hash-defines below if you don't want to have to change your source code right away.
// When updating your code, note that (unlike the old versions) *all* the new routines take the target object
// as their first parameter.
//#define ConvertCStringToDomainName(SRC,DST)  MakeDomainNameFromDNSNameString((DST),(SRC))
//#define ConvertCStringToDomainLabel(SRC,DST) MakeDomainLabelFromLiteralString((DST),(SRC))
//#define AppendStringLabelToName(DST,SRC)     AppendLiteralLabelString((DST),(SRC))
//#define AppendStringNameToName(DST,SRC)      AppendDNSNameString((DST),(SRC))
//#define AppendDomainLabelToName(DST,SRC)     AppendDomainLabel((DST),(SRC))
//#define AppendDomainNameToName(DST,SRC)      AppendDomainName((DST),(SRC))

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - Other utility functions and macros
#endif

// mDNS_vsnprintf/snprintf return the number of characters written, excluding the final terminating null.
// The output is always null-terminated: for example, if the output turns out to be exactly buflen long,
// then the output will be truncated by one character to allow space for the terminating null.
// Unlike standard C vsnprintf/snprintf, they return the number of characters *actually* written,
// not the number of characters that *would* have been printed were buflen unlimited.
extern mDNSu32 mDNS_vsnprintf(char *sbuffer, mDNSu32 buflen, const char *fmt, va_list arg);
extern mDNSu32 mDNS_snprintf(char *sbuffer, mDNSu32 buflen, const char *fmt, ...) IS_A_PRINTF_STYLE_FUNCTION(3,4);
extern mDNSu32 NumCacheRecordsForInterfaceID(const mDNS *const m, mDNSInterfaceID id);
extern char *DNSTypeName(mDNSu16 rrtype);
extern char *GetRRDisplayString_rdb(const ResourceRecord *const rr, const RDataBody *const rd1, char *const buffer);
#define RRDisplayString(m, rr) GetRRDisplayString_rdb(rr, &(rr)->rdata->u, (m)->MsgBuffer)
#define ARDisplayString(m, rr) GetRRDisplayString_rdb(&(rr)->resrec, &(rr)->resrec.rdata->u, (m)->MsgBuffer)
#define CRDisplayString(m, rr) GetRRDisplayString_rdb(&(rr)->resrec, &(rr)->resrec.rdata->u, (m)->MsgBuffer)
extern mDNSBool mDNSSameAddress(const mDNSAddr *ip1, const mDNSAddr *ip2);
extern void IncrementLabelSuffix(domainlabel *name, mDNSBool RichText);
extern mDNSBool mDNSv4AddrIsRFC1918(mDNSv4Addr *addr);  // returns true for RFC1918 private addresses
#define mDNSAddrIsRFC1918(X) ((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv4 && mDNSv4AddrIsRFC1918(&(X)->ip.v4))

#define mDNSSameIPPort(A,B)      ((A).NotAnInteger == (B).NotAnInteger)
#define mDNSSameOpaque16(A,B)    ((A).NotAnInteger == (B).NotAnInteger)
#define mDNSSameOpaque32(A,B)    ((A).NotAnInteger == (B).NotAnInteger)
#define mDNSSameOpaque64(A,B)    ((A)->l[0] == (B)->l[0] && (A)->l[1] == (B)->l[1])

#define mDNSSameIPv4Address(A,B) ((A).NotAnInteger == (B).NotAnInteger)
#define mDNSSameIPv6Address(A,B) ((A).l[0] == (B).l[0] && (A).l[1] == (B).l[1] && (A).l[2] == (B).l[2] && (A).l[3] == (B).l[3])
#define mDNSSameEthAddress(A,B)  ((A)->w[0] == (B)->w[0] && (A)->w[1] == (B)->w[1] && (A)->w[2] == (B)->w[2])

#define mDNSIPPortIsZero(A)      ((A).NotAnInteger                            == 0)
#define mDNSOpaque16IsZero(A)    ((A).NotAnInteger                            == 0)
#define mDNSOpaque64IsZero(A)    (((A)->l[0] | (A)->l[1]                    ) == 0)
#define mDNSIPv4AddressIsZero(A) ((A).NotAnInteger                            == 0)
#define mDNSIPv6AddressIsZero(A) (((A).l[0] | (A).l[1] | (A).l[2] | (A).l[3]) == 0)
#define mDNSEthAddressIsZero(A)  (((A).w[0] | (A).w[1] | (A).w[2]           ) == 0)

#define mDNSIPv4AddressIsOnes(A) ((A).NotAnInteger == 0xFFFFFFFF)
#define mDNSIPv6AddressIsOnes(A) (((A).l[0] & (A).l[1] & (A).l[2] & (A).l[3]) == 0xFFFFFFFF)

#define mDNSAddressIsAllDNSLinkGroup(X) (                                                            \
	((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv4 && mDNSSameIPv4Address((X)->ip.v4, AllDNSLinkGroup_v4.ip.v4)) || \
	((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv6 && mDNSSameIPv6Address((X)->ip.v6, AllDNSLinkGroup_v6.ip.v6))    )

#define mDNSAddressIsZero(X) (                                                \
	((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv4 && mDNSIPv4AddressIsZero((X)->ip.v4))  || \
	((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv6 && mDNSIPv6AddressIsZero((X)->ip.v6))     )

#define mDNSAddressIsValidNonZero(X) (                                        \
	((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv4 && !mDNSIPv4AddressIsZero((X)->ip.v4)) || \
	((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv6 && !mDNSIPv6AddressIsZero((X)->ip.v6))    )

#define mDNSAddressIsOnes(X) (                                                \
	((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv4 && mDNSIPv4AddressIsOnes((X)->ip.v4))  || \
	((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv6 && mDNSIPv6AddressIsOnes((X)->ip.v6))     )

#define mDNSAddressIsValid(X) (                                                                                             \
	((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv4) ? !(mDNSIPv4AddressIsZero((X)->ip.v4) || mDNSIPv4AddressIsOnes((X)->ip.v4)) :          \
	((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv6) ? !(mDNSIPv6AddressIsZero((X)->ip.v6) || mDNSIPv6AddressIsOnes((X)->ip.v6)) : mDNSfalse)

#define mDNSv4AddressIsLinkLocal(X) ((X)->b[0] ==  169 &&  (X)->b[1]         ==  254)
#define mDNSv6AddressIsLinkLocal(X) ((X)->b[0] == 0xFE && ((X)->b[1] & 0xC0) == 0x80)

#define mDNSAddressIsLinkLocal(X)  (                                                    \
	((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv4) ? mDNSv4AddressIsLinkLocal(&(X)->ip.v4) :          \
	((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv6) ? mDNSv6AddressIsLinkLocal(&(X)->ip.v6) : mDNSfalse)

#define mDNSv4AddressIsLoopback(X) ((X)->b[0] == 127 && (X)->b[1] == 0 && (X)->b[2] == 0 && (X)->b[3] == 1)
#define mDNSv6AddressIsLoopback(X) ((((X)->l[0] | (X)->l[1] | (X)->l[2]) == 0) && ((X)->b[12] == 0 && (X)->b[13] == 0 && (X)->b[14] == 0 && (X)->b[15] == 1))

#define mDNSAddressIsLoopback(X)  (                                                    \
	((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv4) ? mDNSv4AddressIsLoopback(&(X)->ip.v4) :          \
	((X)->type == mDNSAddrType_IPv6) ? mDNSv6AddressIsLoopback(&(X)->ip.v6) : mDNSfalse)
// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - Authentication Support
#endif

// Unicast DNS and Dynamic Update specific Client Calls
//
// mDNS_SetSecretForDomain tells the core to authenticate (via TSIG with an HMAC_MD5 hash of the shared secret)
// when dynamically updating a given zone (and its subdomains).  The key used in authentication must be in
// domain name format.  The shared secret must be a null-terminated base64 encoded string.  A minimum size of
// 16 bytes (128 bits) is recommended for an MD5 hash as per RFC 2485.
// Calling this routine multiple times for a zone replaces previously entered values.  Call with a NULL key
// to dissable authentication for the zone.

extern mStatus mDNS_SetSecretForDomain(mDNS *m, DomainAuthInfo *info,
	const domainname *domain, const domainname *keyname, const char *b64keydata, mDNSBool AutoTunnel);

extern void RecreateNATMappings(mDNS *const m);

// Hostname/Unicast Interface Configuration

// All hostnames advertised point to one IPv4 address and/or one IPv6 address, set via SetPrimaryInterfaceInfo.  Invoking this routine
// updates all existing hostnames to point to the new address.

// A hostname is added via AddDynDNSHostName, which points to the primary interface's v4 and/or v6 addresss

// The status callback is invoked to convey success or failure codes - the callback should not modify the AuthRecord or free memory.
// Added hostnames may be removed (deregistered) via mDNS_RemoveDynDNSHostName.

// Host domains added prior to specification of the primary interface address and computer name will be deferred until
// these values are initialized.

// DNS servers used to resolve unicast queries are specified by mDNS_AddDNSServer.
// For "split" DNS configurations, in which queries for different domains are sent to different servers (e.g. VPN and external),
// a domain may be associated with a DNS server.  For standard configurations, specify the root label (".") or NULL.

extern void mDNS_AddDynDNSHostName(mDNS *m, const domainname *fqdn, mDNSRecordCallback *StatusCallback, const void *StatusContext);
extern void mDNS_RemoveDynDNSHostName(mDNS *m, const domainname *fqdn);
extern void mDNS_SetPrimaryInterfaceInfo(mDNS *m, const mDNSAddr *v4addr,  const mDNSAddr *v6addr, const mDNSAddr *router);
extern DNSServer *mDNS_AddDNSServer(mDNS *const m, const domainname *d, const mDNSInterfaceID interface, const mDNSAddr *addr, const mDNSIPPort port, mDNSBool scoped);
extern void PenalizeDNSServer(mDNS *const m, DNSQuestion *q);
extern void mDNS_AddSearchDomain(const domainname *const domain);

// We use ((void *)0) here instead of mDNSNULL to avoid compile warnings on gcc 4.2
#define mDNS_AddSearchDomain_CString(X) \
	do { domainname d__; if (((X) != (void*)0) && MakeDomainNameFromDNSNameString(&d__, (X)) && d__.c[0]) mDNS_AddSearchDomain(&d__); } while(0)

// Routines called by the core, exported by DNSDigest.c

// Convert an arbitrary base64 encoded key key into an HMAC key (stored in AuthInfo struct)
extern mDNSs32 DNSDigest_ConstructHMACKeyfromBase64(DomainAuthInfo *info, const char *b64key);

// sign a DNS message.  The message must be complete, with all values in network byte order.  end points to the end
// of the message, and is modified by this routine.  numAdditionals is a pointer to the number of additional
// records in HOST byte order, which is incremented upon successful completion of this routine.  The function returns
// the new end pointer on success, and NULL on failure.
extern void DNSDigest_SignMessage(DNSMessage *msg, mDNSu8 **end, DomainAuthInfo *info, mDNSu16 tcode);

#define SwapDNSHeaderBytes(M) do { \
    (M)->h.numQuestions   = (mDNSu16)((mDNSu8 *)&(M)->h.numQuestions  )[0] << 8 | ((mDNSu8 *)&(M)->h.numQuestions  )[1]; \
    (M)->h.numAnswers     = (mDNSu16)((mDNSu8 *)&(M)->h.numAnswers    )[0] << 8 | ((mDNSu8 *)&(M)->h.numAnswers    )[1]; \
    (M)->h.numAuthorities = (mDNSu16)((mDNSu8 *)&(M)->h.numAuthorities)[0] << 8 | ((mDNSu8 *)&(M)->h.numAuthorities)[1]; \
    (M)->h.numAdditionals = (mDNSu16)((mDNSu8 *)&(M)->h.numAdditionals)[0] << 8 | ((mDNSu8 *)&(M)->h.numAdditionals)[1]; \
    } while (0)

#define DNSDigest_SignMessageHostByteOrder(M,E,INFO) \
	do { SwapDNSHeaderBytes(M); DNSDigest_SignMessage((M), (E), (INFO), 0); SwapDNSHeaderBytes(M); } while (0)

// verify a DNS message.  The message must be complete, with all values in network byte order.  end points to the
// end of the record.  tsig is a pointer to the resource record that contains the TSIG OPT record.  info is
// the matching key to use for verifying the message.  This function expects that the additionals member
// of the DNS message header has already had one subtracted from it.
extern mDNSBool DNSDigest_VerifyMessage(DNSMessage *msg, mDNSu8 *end, LargeCacheRecord *tsig, DomainAuthInfo *info, mDNSu16 *rcode, mDNSu16 *tcode);

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - PlatformSupport interface
#endif

// This section defines the interface to the Platform Support layer.
// Normal client code should not use any of types defined here, or directly call any of the functions defined here.
// The definitions are placed here because sometimes clients do use these calls indirectly, via other supported client operations.
// For example, AssignDomainName is a macro defined using mDNSPlatformMemCopy()

// Every platform support module must provide the following functions.
// mDNSPlatformInit() typically opens a communication endpoint, and starts listening for mDNS packets.
// When Setup is complete, the platform support layer calls mDNSCoreInitComplete().
// mDNSPlatformSendUDP() sends one UDP packet
// When a packet is received, the PlatformSupport code calls mDNSCoreReceive()
// mDNSPlatformClose() tidies up on exit
//
// Note: mDNSPlatformMemAllocate/mDNSPlatformMemFree are only required for handling oversized resource records and unicast DNS.
// If your target platform has a well-defined specialized application, and you know that all the records it uses
// are InlineCacheRDSize or less, then you can just make a simple mDNSPlatformMemAllocate() stub that always returns
// NULL. InlineCacheRDSize is a compile-time constant, which is set by default to 68. If you need to handle records
// a little larger than this and you don't want to have to implement run-time allocation and freeing, then you
// can raise the value of this constant to a suitable value (at the expense of increased memory usage).
//
// USE CAUTION WHEN CALLING mDNSPlatformRawTime: The m->timenow_adjust correction factor needs to be added
// Generally speaking:
// Code that's protected by the main mDNS lock should just use the m->timenow value
// Code outside the main mDNS lock should use mDNS_TimeNow(m) to get properly adjusted time
// In certain cases there may be reasons why it's necessary to get the time without taking the lock first
// (e.g. inside the routines that are doing the locking and unlocking, where a call to get the lock would result in a
// recursive loop); in these cases use mDNS_TimeNow_NoLock(m) to get mDNSPlatformRawTime with the proper correction factor added.
//
// mDNSPlatformUTC returns the time, in seconds, since Jan 1st 1970 UTC and is required for generating TSIG records

extern mStatus  mDNSPlatformInit        (mDNS *const m);
extern void     mDNSPlatformClose       (mDNS *const m);
extern mStatus  mDNSPlatformSendUDP(const mDNS *const m, const void *const msg, const mDNSu8 *const end,
mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID, UDPSocket *src, const mDNSAddr *dst, mDNSIPPort dstport);

extern void     mDNSPlatformLock        (const mDNS *const m);
extern void     mDNSPlatformUnlock      (const mDNS *const m);

extern void     mDNSPlatformStrCopy     (      void *dst, const void *src);
extern mDNSu32  mDNSPlatformStrLen      (                 const void *src);
extern void     mDNSPlatformMemCopy     (      void *dst, const void *src, mDNSu32 len);
extern mDNSBool mDNSPlatformMemSame     (const void *dst, const void *src, mDNSu32 len);
extern void     mDNSPlatformMemZero     (      void *dst,                  mDNSu32 len);
#if APPLE_OSX_mDNSResponder && MACOSX_MDNS_MALLOC_DEBUGGING
#define         mDNSPlatformMemAllocate(X) mallocL(#X, X)
#else
extern void *   mDNSPlatformMemAllocate (mDNSu32 len);
#endif
extern void     mDNSPlatformMemFree     (void *mem);

// If the platform doesn't have a strong PRNG, we define a naive multiply-and-add based on a seed
// from the platform layer.  Long-term, we should embed an arc4 implementation, but the strength
// will still depend on the randomness of the seed.
#if !defined(_PLATFORM_HAS_STRONG_PRNG_) && (_BUILDING_XCODE_PROJECT_ || defined(_WIN32))
#define _PLATFORM_HAS_STRONG_PRNG_ 1
#endif
#if _PLATFORM_HAS_STRONG_PRNG_
extern mDNSu32  mDNSPlatformRandomNumber(void);
#else
extern mDNSu32  mDNSPlatformRandomSeed  (void);
#endif // _PLATFORM_HAS_STRONG_PRNG_

extern mStatus  mDNSPlatformTimeInit    (void);
extern mDNSs32  mDNSPlatformRawTime     (void);
extern mDNSs32  mDNSPlatformUTC         (void);
#define mDNS_TimeNow_NoLock(m) (mDNSPlatformRawTime() + (m)->timenow_adjust)

#if MDNS_DEBUGMSGS
extern void	mDNSPlatformWriteDebugMsg(const char *msg);
#endif
extern void	mDNSPlatformWriteLogMsg(const char *ident, const char *msg, mDNSLogLevel_t loglevel);

#if APPLE_OSX_mDNSResponder
// Utility function for ASL logging
mDNSexport void mDNSASLLog(uuid_t *uuid, const char *subdomain, const char *result, const char *signature, const char *fmt, ...);
#endif

// Platform support modules should provide the following functions to map between opaque interface IDs
// and interface indexes in order to support the DNS-SD API. If your target platform does not support
// multiple interfaces and/or does not support the DNS-SD API, these functions can be empty.
extern mDNSInterfaceID mDNSPlatformInterfaceIDfromInterfaceIndex(mDNS *const m, mDNSu32 ifindex);
extern mDNSu32 mDNSPlatformInterfaceIndexfromInterfaceID(mDNS *const m, mDNSInterfaceID id);

// Every platform support module must provide the following functions if it is to support unicast DNS
// and Dynamic Update.
// All TCP socket operations implemented by the platform layer MUST NOT BLOCK.
// mDNSPlatformTCPConnect initiates a TCP connection with a peer, adding the socket descriptor to the
// main event loop.  The return value indicates whether the connection succeeded, failed, or is pending
// (i.e. the call would block.)  On return, the descriptor parameter is set to point to the connected socket.
// The TCPConnectionCallback is subsequently invoked when the connection
// completes (in which case the ConnectionEstablished parameter is true), or data is available for
// reading on the socket (indicated by the ConnectionEstablished parameter being false.)  If the connection
// asynchronously fails, the TCPConnectionCallback should be invoked as usual, with the error being
// returned in subsequent calls to PlatformReadTCP or PlatformWriteTCP.  (This allows for platforms
// with limited asynchronous error detection capabilities.)  PlatformReadTCP and PlatformWriteTCP must
// return the number of bytes read/written, 0 if the call would block, and -1 if an error.  PlatformReadTCP
// should set the closed argument if the socket has been closed.
// PlatformTCPCloseConnection must close the connection to the peer and remove the descriptor from the
// event loop.  CloseConnectin may be called at any time, including in a ConnectionCallback.

typedef enum
	{
	kTCPSocketFlags_Zero   = 0,
	kTCPSocketFlags_UseTLS = (1 << 0)
	} TCPSocketFlags;

typedef void (*TCPConnectionCallback)(TCPSocket *sock, void *context, mDNSBool ConnectionEstablished, mStatus err);
extern TCPSocket *mDNSPlatformTCPSocket(mDNS *const m, TCPSocketFlags flags, mDNSIPPort *port);	// creates a TCP socket
extern TCPSocket *mDNSPlatformTCPAccept(TCPSocketFlags flags, int sd);
extern int        mDNSPlatformTCPGetFD(TCPSocket *sock);
extern mStatus    mDNSPlatformTCPConnect(TCPSocket *sock, const mDNSAddr *dst, mDNSOpaque16 dstport, domainname *hostname,
										mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID, TCPConnectionCallback callback, void *context);
extern void       mDNSPlatformTCPCloseConnection(TCPSocket *sock);
extern long       mDNSPlatformReadTCP(TCPSocket *sock, void *buf, unsigned long buflen, mDNSBool *closed);
extern long       mDNSPlatformWriteTCP(TCPSocket *sock, const char *msg, unsigned long len);
extern UDPSocket *mDNSPlatformUDPSocket(mDNS *const m, const mDNSIPPort requestedport);
extern void       mDNSPlatformUDPClose(UDPSocket *sock);
extern void       mDNSPlatformReceiveBPF_fd(mDNS *const m, int fd);
extern void       mDNSPlatformUpdateProxyList(mDNS *const m, const mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID);
extern void       mDNSPlatformSendRawPacket(const void *const msg, const mDNSu8 *const end, mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID);
extern void       mDNSPlatformSetLocalAddressCacheEntry(mDNS *const m, const mDNSAddr *const tpa, const mDNSEthAddr *const tha, mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID);
extern void       mDNSPlatformSourceAddrForDest(mDNSAddr *const src, const mDNSAddr *const dst);

// mDNSPlatformTLSSetupCerts/mDNSPlatformTLSTearDownCerts used by dnsextd
extern mStatus    mDNSPlatformTLSSetupCerts(void);
extern void       mDNSPlatformTLSTearDownCerts(void);

// Platforms that support unicast browsing and dynamic update registration for clients who do not specify a domain
// in browse/registration calls must implement these routines to get the "default" browse/registration list.

extern void       mDNSPlatformSetDNSConfig(mDNS *const m, mDNSBool setservers, mDNSBool setsearch, domainname *const fqdn, DNameListElem **RegDomains, DNameListElem **BrowseDomains);
extern mStatus    mDNSPlatformGetPrimaryInterface(mDNS *const m, mDNSAddr *v4, mDNSAddr *v6, mDNSAddr *router);
extern void       mDNSPlatformDynDNSHostNameStatusChanged(const domainname *const dname, const mStatus status);

extern void       mDNSPlatformSetAllowSleep(mDNS *const m, mDNSBool allowSleep);

#ifdef _LEGACY_NAT_TRAVERSAL_
// Support for legacy NAT traversal protocols, implemented by the platform layer and callable by the core.
extern void     LNT_SendDiscoveryMsg(mDNS *m);
extern void     LNT_ConfigureRouterInfo(mDNS *m, const mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID, const mDNSu8 *const data, const mDNSu16 len);
extern mStatus  LNT_GetExternalAddress(mDNS *m);
extern mStatus  LNT_MapPort(mDNS *m, NATTraversalInfo *n);
extern mStatus  LNT_UnmapPort(mDNS *m, NATTraversalInfo *n);
extern void     LNT_ClearState(mDNS *const m);
#endif // _LEGACY_NAT_TRAVERSAL_

// The core mDNS code provides these functions, for the platform support code to call at appropriate times
//
// mDNS_SetFQDN() is called once on startup (typically from mDNSPlatformInit())
// and then again on each subsequent change of the host name.
//
// mDNS_RegisterInterface() is used by the platform support layer to inform mDNSCore of what
// physical and/or logical interfaces are available for sending and receiving packets.
// Typically it is called on startup for each available interface, but register/deregister may be
// called again later, on multiple occasions, to inform the core of interface configuration changes.
// If set->Advertise is set non-zero, then mDNS_RegisterInterface() also registers the standard
// resource records that should be associated with every publicised IP address/interface:
// -- Name-to-address records (A/AAAA)
// -- Address-to-name records (PTR)
// -- Host information (HINFO)
// IMPORTANT: The specified mDNSInterfaceID MUST NOT be 0, -1, or -2; these values have special meaning
// mDNS_RegisterInterface does not result in the registration of global hostnames via dynamic update -
// see mDNS_SetPrimaryInterfaceInfo, mDNS_AddDynDNSHostName, etc. for this purpose.
// Note that the set may be deallocated immediately after it is deregistered via mDNS_DeegisterInterface.
//
// mDNS_RegisterDNS() is used by the platform support layer to provide the core with the addresses of
// available domain name servers for unicast queries/updates.  RegisterDNS() should be called once for
// each name server, typically at startup, or when a new name server becomes available.  DeregiterDNS()
// must be called whenever a registered name server becomes unavailable.  DeregisterDNSList deregisters
// all registered servers.  mDNS_DNSRegistered() returns true if one or more servers are registered in the core.
//
// mDNSCoreInitComplete() is called when the platform support layer is finished.
// Typically this is at the end of mDNSPlatformInit(), but may be later
// (on platforms like OT that allow asynchronous initialization of the networking stack).
//
// mDNSCoreReceive() is called when a UDP packet is received
//
// mDNSCoreMachineSleep() is called when the machine sleeps or wakes
// (This refers to heavyweight laptop-style sleep/wake that disables network access,
// not lightweight second-by-second CPU power management modes.)

extern void     mDNS_SetFQDN(mDNS *const m);
extern void     mDNS_ActivateNetWake_internal  (mDNS *const m, NetworkInterfaceInfo *set);
extern void     mDNS_DeactivateNetWake_internal(mDNS *const m, NetworkInterfaceInfo *set);
extern mStatus  mDNS_RegisterInterface  (mDNS *const m, NetworkInterfaceInfo *set, mDNSBool flapping);
extern void     mDNS_DeregisterInterface(mDNS *const m, NetworkInterfaceInfo *set, mDNSBool flapping);
extern void     mDNSCoreInitComplete(mDNS *const m, mStatus result);
extern void     mDNSCoreReceive(mDNS *const m, void *const msg, const mDNSu8 *const end,
								const mDNSAddr *const srcaddr, const mDNSIPPort srcport,
								const mDNSAddr *dstaddr, const mDNSIPPort dstport, const mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID);
extern void 	mDNSCoreRestartQueries(mDNS *const m);
extern mDNSBool mDNSCoreHaveAdvertisedMulticastServices(mDNS *const m);
extern void     mDNSCoreMachineSleep(mDNS *const m, mDNSBool wake);
extern mDNSBool mDNSCoreReadyForSleep(mDNS *m, mDNSs32 now);
extern mDNSs32  mDNSCoreIntervalToNextWake(mDNS *const m, mDNSs32 now);

extern void     mDNSCoreReceiveRawPacket  (mDNS *const m, const mDNSu8 *const p, const mDNSu8 *const end, const mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID);

extern mDNSBool mDNSAddrIsDNSMulticast(const mDNSAddr *ip);

extern CacheRecord *CreateNewCacheEntry(mDNS *const m, const mDNSu32 slot, CacheGroup *cg, mDNSs32 delay);
extern void ScheduleNextCacheCheckTime(mDNS *const m, const mDNSu32 slot, const mDNSs32 event);
extern void GrantCacheExtensions(mDNS *const m, DNSQuestion *q, mDNSu32 lease);
extern void MakeNegativeCacheRecord(mDNS *const m, CacheRecord *const cr,
	const domainname *const name, const mDNSu32 namehash, const mDNSu16 rrtype, const mDNSu16 rrclass, mDNSu32 ttl_seconds,
	mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID, DNSServer *dnsserver);
extern void CompleteDeregistration(mDNS *const m, AuthRecord *rr);
extern void AnswerCurrentQuestionWithResourceRecord(mDNS *const m, CacheRecord *const rr, const QC_result AddRecord);
extern char *InterfaceNameForID(mDNS *const m, const mDNSInterfaceID InterfaceID);
extern void DNSServerChangeForQuestion(mDNS *const m, DNSQuestion *q, DNSServer *new);
extern void ActivateUnicastRegistration(mDNS *const m, AuthRecord *const rr);
extern void CheckSuppressUnusableQuestions(mDNS *const m);

// For now this AutoTunnel stuff is specific to Mac OS X.
// In the future, if there's demand, we may see if we can abstract it out cleanly into the platform layer
#if APPLE_OSX_mDNSResponder
extern void AutoTunnelCallback(mDNS *const m, DNSQuestion *question, const ResourceRecord *const answer, QC_result AddRecord);
extern void AddNewClientTunnel(mDNS *const m, DNSQuestion *const q);
extern void SetupLocalAutoTunnelInterface_internal(mDNS *const m, mDNSBool servicesStarting);
extern void UpdateAutoTunnelDomainStatuses(const mDNS *const m);
extern mStatus ActivateLocalProxy(mDNS *const m, char *ifname);
extern void RemoveAutoTunnel6Record(mDNS *const m);
extern void SetupConndConfigChanges(mDNS *const m);
extern mDNSBool RecordReadyForSleep(mDNS *const m, AuthRecord *rr);
#endif

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - Sleep Proxy
#endif

// Sleep Proxy Server Property Encoding
//
// Sleep Proxy Servers are advertised using a structured service name, consisting of four
// metrics followed by a human-readable name. The metrics assist clients in deciding which
// Sleep Proxy Server(s) to use when multiple are available on the network. Each metric
// is a two-digit decimal number in the range 10-99. Lower metrics are generally better.
//
//   AA-BB-CC-DD Name
//
// Metrics:
//
// AA = Intent
// BB = Portability
// CC = Marginal Power
// DD = Total Power
//
//
// ** Intent Metric **
//
// 20 = Dedicated Sleep Proxy Server -- a device, permanently powered on,
//      installed for the express purpose of providing Sleep Proxy Service.
//
// 30 = Primary Network Infrastructure Hardware -- a router, DHCP server, NAT gateway,
//      or similar permanently installed device which is permanently powered on.
//      This is hardware designed for the express purpose of being network
//      infrastructure, and for most home users is typically a single point
//      of failure for the local network -- e.g. most home users only have
//      a single NAT gateway / DHCP server. Even though in principle the
//      hardware might technically be capable of running different software,
//      a typical user is unlikely to do that. e.g. AirPort base station.
//
// 40 = Primary Network Infrastructure Software -- a general-purpose computer
//      (e.g. Mac, Windows, Linux, etc.) which is currently running DHCP server
//      or NAT gateway software, but the user could choose to turn that off
//      fairly easily. e.g. iMac running Internet Sharing
//
// 50 = Secondary Network Infrastructure Hardware -- like primary infrastructure
//      hardware, except not a single point of failure for the entire local network.
//      For example, an AirPort base station in bridge mode. This may have clients
//      associated with it, and if it goes away those clients will be inconvenienced,
//      but unlike the NAT gateway / DHCP server, the entire local network is not
//      dependent on it.
//
// 60 = Secondary Network Infrastructure Software -- like 50, but in a general-
//      purpose CPU.
//
// 70 = Incidentally Available Hardware -- a device which has no power switch
//      and is generally left powered on all the time. Even though it is not a
//      part of what we conventionally consider network infrastructure (router,
//      DHCP, NAT, DNS, etc.), and the rest of the network can operate fine
//      without it, since it's available and unlikely to be turned off, it is a
//      reasonable candidate for providing Sleep Proxy Service e.g. Apple TV,
//      or an AirPort base station in client mode, associated with an existing
//      wireless network (e.g. AirPort Express connected to a music system, or
//      being used to share a USB printer).
//
// 80 = Incidentally Available Software -- a general-purpose computer which
//      happens at this time to be set to "never sleep", and as such could be
//      useful as a Sleep Proxy Server, but has not been intentionally provided
//      for this purpose. Of all the Intent Metric categories this is the
//      one most likely to be shut down or put to sleep without warning.
//      However, if nothing else is availalable, it may be better than nothing.
//      e.g. Office computer in the workplace which has been set to "never sleep"
//
//
// ** Portability Metric **
//
// Inversely related to mass of device, on the basis that, all other things
// being equal, heavier devices are less likely to be moved than lighter devices.
// E.g. A MacBook running Internet Sharing is probably more likely to be
// put to sleep and taken away than a Mac Pro running Internet Sharing.
// The Portability Metric is a logarithmic decibel scale, computed by taking the
// (approximate) mass of the device in milligrammes, taking the base 10 logarithm
// of that, multiplying by 10, and subtracting the result from 100:
//
//   Portability Metric = 100 - (log10(mg) * 10)
//
// The Portability Metric is not necessarily computed literally from the actual
// mass of the device; the intent is just that lower numbers indicate more
// permanent devices, and higher numbers indicate devices more likely to be
// removed from the network, e.g., in order of increasing portability:
//
// Mac Pro < iMac < Laptop < iPhone
//
// Example values:
//
// 10 = 1 metric tonne
// 40 = 1kg
// 70 = 1g
// 90 = 10mg
//
//
// ** Marginal Power and Total Power Metrics **
//
// The Marginal Power Metric is the power difference between sleeping and staying awake
// to be a Sleep Proxy Server.
//
// The Total Power Metric is the total power consumption when being Sleep Proxy Server.
//
// The Power Metrics use a logarithmic decibel scale, computed as ten times the
// base 10 logarithm of the (approximate) power in microwatts:
//
//   Power Metric = log10(uW) * 10
//
// Higher values indicate higher power consumption. Example values:
//
// 10 =  10 uW
// 20 = 100 uW
// 30 =   1 mW
// 60 =   1 W
// 90 =   1 kW

extern void mDNSCoreBeSleepProxyServer_internal(mDNS *const m, mDNSu8 sps, mDNSu8 port, mDNSu8 marginalpower, mDNSu8 totpower);
#define mDNSCoreBeSleepProxyServer(M,S,P,MP,TP) \
	do { mDNS_Lock(m); mDNSCoreBeSleepProxyServer_internal((M),(S),(P),(MP),(TP)); mDNS_Unlock(m); } while(0)

extern void FindSPSInCache(mDNS *const m, const DNSQuestion *const q, const CacheRecord *sps[3]);
#define PrototypeSPSName(X) ((X)[0] >= 11 && (X)[3] == '-' && (X)[ 4] == '9' && (X)[ 5] == '9' && \
                                             (X)[6] == '-' && (X)[ 7] == '9' && (X)[ 8] == '9' && \
                                             (X)[9] == '-' && (X)[10] == '9' && (X)[11] == '9'    )
#define ValidSPSName(X) ((X)[0] >= 5 && mDNSIsDigit((X)[1]) && mDNSIsDigit((X)[2]) && mDNSIsDigit((X)[4]) && mDNSIsDigit((X)[5]))
#define SPSMetric(X) (!ValidSPSName(X) || PrototypeSPSName(X) ? 1000000 : \
	((X)[1]-'0') * 100000 + ((X)[2]-'0') * 10000 + ((X)[4]-'0') * 1000 + ((X)[5]-'0') * 100 + ((X)[7]-'0') * 10 + ((X)[8]-'0'))

// ***************************************************************************
#if 0
#pragma mark -
#pragma mark - Compile-Time assertion checks
#endif

// Some C compiler cleverness. We can make the compiler check certain things for
// us, and report compile-time errors if anything is wrong. The usual way to do
// this would be to use a run-time "if" statement, but then you don't find out
// what's wrong until you run the software. This way, if the assertion condition
// is false, the array size is negative, and the complier complains immediately.

struct CompileTimeAssertionChecks_mDNS
	{
	// Check that the compiler generated our on-the-wire packet format structure definitions
	// properly packed, without adding padding bytes to align fields on 32-bit or 64-bit boundaries.
	char assert0[(sizeof(rdataSRV)         == 262                          ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assert1[(sizeof(DNSMessageHeader) ==  12                          ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assert2[(sizeof(DNSMessage)       ==  12+AbsoluteMaxDNSMessageData) ? 1 : -1];
	char assert3[(sizeof(mDNSs8)           ==   1                          ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assert4[(sizeof(mDNSu8)           ==   1                          ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assert5[(sizeof(mDNSs16)          ==   2                          ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assert6[(sizeof(mDNSu16)          ==   2                          ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assert7[(sizeof(mDNSs32)          ==   4                          ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assert8[(sizeof(mDNSu32)          ==   4                          ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assert9[(sizeof(mDNSOpaque16)     ==   2                          ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assertA[(sizeof(mDNSOpaque32)     ==   4                          ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assertB[(sizeof(mDNSOpaque128)    ==  16                          ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assertC[(sizeof(CacheRecord  )    ==  sizeof(CacheGroup)          ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assertD[(sizeof(int)              >=  4                           ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assertE[(StandardAuthRDSize       >=  256                         ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assertF[(sizeof(EthernetHeader)   ==   14                         ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assertG[(sizeof(ARP_EthIP     )   ==   28                         ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assertH[(sizeof(IPv4Header    )   ==   20                         ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assertI[(sizeof(IPv6Header    )   ==   40                         ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assertJ[(sizeof(IPv6NDP       )   ==   24                         ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assertK[(sizeof(UDPHeader     )   ==    8                         ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assertL[(sizeof(IKEHeader     )   ==   28                         ) ? 1 : -1];
	char assertM[(sizeof(TCPHeader     )   ==   20                         ) ? 1 : -1];

	// Check our structures are reasonable sizes. Including overly-large buffers, or embedding
	// other overly-large structures instead of having a pointer to them, can inadvertently
	// cause structure sizes (and therefore memory usage) to balloon unreasonably.
	char sizecheck_RDataBody           [(sizeof(RDataBody)            ==   264) ? 1 : -1];
	char sizecheck_ResourceRecord      [(sizeof(ResourceRecord)       <=    64) ? 1 : -1];
	char sizecheck_AuthRecord          [(sizeof(AuthRecord)           <=  1208) ? 1 : -1];
	char sizecheck_CacheRecord         [(sizeof(CacheRecord)          <=   184) ? 1 : -1];
	char sizecheck_CacheGroup          [(sizeof(CacheGroup)           <=   184) ? 1 : -1];
	char sizecheck_DNSQuestion         [(sizeof(DNSQuestion)          <=   752) ? 1 : -1];
	char sizecheck_ZoneData            [(sizeof(ZoneData)             <=  1588) ? 1 : -1];
	char sizecheck_NATTraversalInfo    [(sizeof(NATTraversalInfo)     <=   192) ? 1 : -1];
	char sizecheck_HostnameInfo        [(sizeof(HostnameInfo)         <=  3050) ? 1 : -1];
	char sizecheck_DNSServer           [(sizeof(DNSServer)            <=   320) ? 1 : -1];
	char sizecheck_NetworkInterfaceInfo[(sizeof(NetworkInterfaceInfo) <=  6750) ? 1 : -1];
	char sizecheck_ServiceRecordSet    [(sizeof(ServiceRecordSet)     <=  5500) ? 1 : -1];
	char sizecheck_DomainAuthInfo      [(sizeof(DomainAuthInfo)       <=  7550) ? 1 : -1];
	char sizecheck_ServiceInfoQuery    [(sizeof(ServiceInfoQuery)     <=  3050) ? 1 : -1];
#if APPLE_OSX_mDNSResponder
	char sizecheck_ClientTunnel        [(sizeof(ClientTunnel)         <=  1104) ? 1 : -1];
#endif
	};

// ***************************************************************************

#ifdef __cplusplus
	}
#endif

#endif