Commit 38f3714d authored by Johannes Berg's avatar Johannes Berg Committed by John W. Linville

mac80211: dissolve pre-rx handlers

These handlers do not really return a status and the compiler
can do a much better job when they're simply static functions
that it can inline if appropriate. Also makes the code shorter.
Signed-off-by: default avatarJohannes Berg <johannes@sipsolutions.net>
Signed-off-by: default avatarJohn W. Linville <linville@tuxdriver.com>
parent 145de9b6
......@@ -1407,7 +1407,6 @@ struct ieee80211_hw *ieee80211_alloc_hw(size_t priv_data_len,
local->hw.queues = 1; /* default */
local->mdev = mdev;
local->rx_pre_handlers = ieee80211_rx_pre_handlers;
local->rx_handlers = ieee80211_rx_handlers;
local->tx_handlers = ieee80211_tx_handlers;
......
......@@ -480,7 +480,6 @@ struct ieee80211_local {
* deliver multicast frames both back to wireless
* media and to the local net stack */
ieee80211_rx_handler *rx_pre_handlers;
ieee80211_rx_handler *rx_handlers;
ieee80211_tx_handler *tx_handlers;
......@@ -816,7 +815,6 @@ void ieee80211_regdomain_init(void);
void ieee80211_set_default_regdomain(struct ieee80211_hw_mode *mode);
/* rx handling */
extern ieee80211_rx_handler ieee80211_rx_pre_handlers[];
extern ieee80211_rx_handler ieee80211_rx_handlers[];
/* tx handling */
......
......@@ -249,15 +249,7 @@ ieee80211_rx_monitor(struct ieee80211_local *local, struct sk_buff *origskb,
}
/* pre-rx handlers
*
* these don't have dev/sdata fields in the rx data
* The sta value should also not be used because it may
* be NULL even though a STA (in IBSS mode) will be added.
*/
static ieee80211_txrx_result
ieee80211_rx_h_parse_qos(struct ieee80211_txrx_data *rx)
static void ieee80211_parse_qos(struct ieee80211_txrx_data *rx)
{
u8 *data = rx->skb->data;
int tid;
......@@ -290,8 +282,40 @@ ieee80211_rx_h_parse_qos(struct ieee80211_txrx_data *rx)
/* Set skb->priority to 1d tag if highest order bit of TID is not set.
* For now, set skb->priority to 0 for other cases. */
rx->skb->priority = (tid > 7) ? 0 : tid;
}
return TXRX_CONTINUE;
static void ieee80211_verify_ip_alignment(struct ieee80211_txrx_data *rx)
{
#ifdef CONFIG_MAC80211_DEBUG_PACKET_ALIGNMENT
int hdrlen;
if (!WLAN_FC_DATA_PRESENT(rx->fc))
return;
/*
* Drivers are required to align the payload data in a way that
* guarantees that the contained IP header is aligned to a four-
* byte boundary. In the case of regular frames, this simply means
* aligning the payload to a four-byte boundary (because either
* the IP header is directly contained, or IV/RFC1042 headers that
* have a length divisible by four are in front of it.
*
* With A-MSDU frames, however, the payload data address must
* yield two modulo four because there are 14-byte 802.3 headers
* within the A-MSDU frames that push the IP header further back
* to a multiple of four again. Thankfully, the specs were sane
* enough this time around to require padding each A-MSDU subframe
* to a length that is a multiple of four.
*
* Padding like atheros hardware adds which is inbetween the 802.11
* header and the payload is not supported, the driver is required
* to move the 802.11 header further back in that case.
*/
hdrlen = ieee80211_get_hdrlen(rx->fc);
if (rx->flags & IEEE80211_TXRXD_RX_AMSDU)
hdrlen += ETH_HLEN;
WARN_ON_ONCE(((unsigned long)(rx->skb->data + hdrlen)) & 3);
#endif
}
......@@ -340,52 +364,6 @@ static u32 ieee80211_rx_load_stats(struct ieee80211_local *local,
return load;
}
#ifdef CONFIG_MAC80211_DEBUG_PACKET_ALIGNMENT
static ieee80211_txrx_result
ieee80211_rx_h_verify_ip_alignment(struct ieee80211_txrx_data *rx)
{
int hdrlen;
if (!WLAN_FC_DATA_PRESENT(rx->fc))
return TXRX_CONTINUE;
/*
* Drivers are required to align the payload data in a way that
* guarantees that the contained IP header is aligned to a four-
* byte boundary. In the case of regular frames, this simply means
* aligning the payload to a four-byte boundary (because either
* the IP header is directly contained, or IV/RFC1042 headers that
* have a length divisible by four are in front of it.
*
* With A-MSDU frames, however, the payload data address must
* yield two modulo four because there are 14-byte 802.3 headers
* within the A-MSDU frames that push the IP header further back
* to a multiple of four again. Thankfully, the specs were sane
* enough this time around to require padding each A-MSDU subframe
* to a length that is a multiple of four.
*
* Padding like atheros hardware adds which is inbetween the 802.11
* header and the payload is not supported, the driver is required
* to move the 802.11 header further back in that case.
*/
hdrlen = ieee80211_get_hdrlen(rx->fc);
if (rx->flags & IEEE80211_TXRXD_RX_AMSDU)
hdrlen += ETH_HLEN;
WARN_ON_ONCE(((unsigned long)(rx->skb->data + hdrlen)) & 3);
return TXRX_CONTINUE;
}
#endif
ieee80211_rx_handler ieee80211_rx_pre_handlers[] =
{
ieee80211_rx_h_parse_qos,
#ifdef CONFIG_MAC80211_DEBUG_PACKET_ALIGNMENT
ieee80211_rx_h_verify_ip_alignment,
#endif
NULL
};
/* rx handlers */
static ieee80211_txrx_result
......@@ -1747,9 +1725,9 @@ static void __ieee80211_rx_handle_packet(struct ieee80211_hw *hw,
if (unlikely(local->sta_sw_scanning || local->sta_hw_scanning))
rx.flags |= IEEE80211_TXRXD_RXIN_SCAN;
if (__ieee80211_invoke_rx_handlers(local, local->rx_pre_handlers, &rx,
sta) != TXRX_CONTINUE)
goto end;
ieee80211_parse_qos(&rx);
ieee80211_verify_ip_alignment(&rx);
skb = rx.skb;
if (sta && !(sta->flags & (WLAN_STA_WDS | WLAN_STA_ASSOC_AP)) &&
......
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