History: mip_tcp


This page describes all changes made to the mip_tcp package, TCP, since its release.

Version

6.34 (2019-11-25, 15:58):

  • MISRA-C:2004: violations eliminated.

6.33r2 (2019-11-25, 12:30):

  • AutoSAR test report added to the package.

6.33 (2019-09-06, 12:00):

  • If a TCP frame received in sequence overlapped with a full out-of-sequence TCP frame received earlier then the TCP/IP stack could stop working correctly (IP buffer was present in two different queues).

6.32 (2019-05-30, 09:00):

  • NULL pointer access could happen if the registered callback function was called by the TCP module just after removing it (due to close or interface drop).

6.31 (2019-03-11, 09:00):

  • Corrected checking of maximum value for received sequence number.

6.30 (2019-02-13, 16:55):

  • MISRA-C:2004: violations eliminated.

6.29 (2019-01-21, 11:30):

  • Overlapped messages are now merged to existing data (previously, old data was dropped).
  • Corrected sending of ACK for incorrect packets. (Previously ACK was send for ACK that was smaller than current sequence number).

6.28 (2019-01-16, 12:45):

  • Added data handling in final ACK of three way handshake.

6.27 (2018-12-14, 12:00):

  • MISRA-C:2004: violations eliminated.

6.26 (2018-10-17, 17:59):

  • Incoming TCP packets might previously be incorrectly treated as invalid. This forced the sending node to resend the packets unnecessarily, causing performance issues.

6.25 (2018-09-19, 12:41):

  • Added IP aliasing support for IPv4.

6.24r2 (2018-08-29, 18:09):

  • Document HTML link added to the documentation folder.
  • History and document files renamed to the package name.

6.24 (2018-07-27, 13:15):

  • Corrected Sequence number/ acknowledge number checking for incoming packets to conform with RFC 792.
  • Corrected Reset handling: reset is valid if sequence number is correct, or if state is SYN-SENT and acknowledge number is correct.

6.23 (2018-07-10, 08:45):

  • Added sending of Keepalive ACK, when keepalive packet received without data.
  • Corrected window length calculation (previously an overflow could occur).
  • Corrected insertion of out of sequence packets (previously only first packet from RX acknowledge wait queue was inserted).

6.22 (2018-05-16, 08:11):

  • Valid SEQ number sent with RST packet when out-of-sequence ACK was received in LISTEN state.
  • Sending RST when out-of-sequence ACK was received in SYN-SENT state.

6.21 (2018-03-19, 8:35):

  • Corrected ACK/SEQ number check in FIN-WAIT-1/FIN-WAIT-2 state.
  • Changes related to MISRA static analysis.

6.20 (2018-03-19, 14:30):

  • Corrected ACK number check when receiving RST+ACK packet.

6.19 (2018-03-06, 14:00):

  • Changed tce_unack_len to uint32_t to enable it to handle maximum unacknowledged length of 0xFFFFu.

6.18 (2018-03-05, 13:00):

  • Added generation of IP_NTF_TX_RDY to tcp_tx_ready_ntf() (in some situations this function waited until timeout, because IP_NTF_TX_RDY was not generated).
  • Added extra sending of Window expand window when last send window size will be lower than 2*unacknowledged data length.
  • Corrected SEQ and ACK numbers when simultaneous close.
  • Corrected RST handling in SYN-RECEIVED state.
  • RST is now issued when TCP packet is received after LAST-ACK becomes CLOSED state.
  • SEQ number in ACK packet is now correct when TCP packet is received in TIME-WAIT state.
  • TCP DATA packet is dropped when received in SYN-SENT state (no ACK is sent).
  • TCP DATA packet is dropped when received in CLOSE-WAIT state (no ACK is sent).

6.17 (2018-02-26, 11:04):

  • TCP_KEEPALIVE_IDLE_TIMEOUT set to high (>65535) values caused TCP keep-alive malfunction and compiler warnings.

6.16 (2018-01-19, 15:00):

  • Corrected window size calculation for fragmented packets.

6.15 (2018-01-16, 15:45):

  • Corrected error during handling of data during FIN-WAIT-1, FIN-WAIT-2. This error caused IP buffer to be sent twice.

6.14 (2017-12-21, 12:30):

Checking of acknowledgment and sequence number in states FIN-WAIT-1, FIN-WAIT-2, CLOSE-WAIT, CLOSING, and LAST-ACK.

  • State LAST-ACK now transits to CLOSED after receiving a correct acknowledgment.
  • State FIN-WAIT-1 now sends correct sequence in acknowledgment to received FIN (simultaneous connection close).
  • ESTABLISHED state acknowledges packets with acknowledgment set to outside of receiving window.
  • Now responds to data received during FIN-WAIT-1, FIN-WAIT-2 with an RST message.

6.13 (2017-11-23, 12:02):

  • Checks acknowledgment and sequence number of RST packets and drops if invalid.
  • Checks acknowledgment and sequence number of ACK packets and replies with correct numbers in ESTABLISHED, FIN-WAIT-1, FIN-WAIT-2, and CLOSING states.
  • Now sends RST if receives an invalid ACK in SYN-RCVD state.

6.12 (2017-10-27, 11:24):

  • Added support for enabling TCP keep-alive mechanism on individual connections.

6.11 (2017-08-15, 11:48):

  • New API function tcp_get_local_mss_window() added to get local MSS and Receive windows size on a connection.

6.10 (2017-06-14, 07:11):

  • TCP connection can be accepted when it is already in CLOSE WAIT state and there is received data.

6.9:

  • Half open connections with SYNC bit are now rejected.
  • Send Reset function now correctly handles packets with TCP options.

6.8:

  • Added detection of half-open connections.

6.7:

  • Corrected destination IP address of re-transmitted packets.
  • Corrected tcp_connect(): created connection is aborted if connection timeouts.
  • Cleared VC++ compilation warnings about potentially uninitialized variables.

6.6:

  • Corrected compilation warnings related to tcp_handle_rx_pkt().

6.5:

  • Local address is now taken from incoming connection for IPv6.
  • ip_route_get_ip_addr() is called only once for IPv6 connection to prevent changing of local address during connection.

6.4:

  • compilation warnings eliminated.

6.3:

  • TCP header options NOP and EOL handling implemented.

6.2:

  • warnings eliminated.

6.1:

  • IP address type is changed in tcp_connect() function.
  • updated to work with IP base major version 6.

5.1:

 - tcp_connect() function parameters changed, local port can be defined.

 - updated to work with IP base major version 5.

4.2:

 - Checksum calculation and verification can be switched separately for protocols.

 - Sending of RST flagged packets was fixed.

4.1:

 - output parameter added to tcp_rx_ready() which reports the amount of unread bytes of a connection.

3.2:

 - required package version checks added.

3.1:

 - tcp_get_buf() function parameters changed.

 - never send more than MTU size packet to a remote node (to make sure TCP packets do not need to be fragmented).

 - retry sending a missed TCP control datagram, instead of waiting forever for a buffer if it's not immediately available. This fix is required because all timer related operations could block in case a buffer was not available.

2.10:

 - added TCP_LOCAL_PORT_COUNT to the configuration file. This way initiated connections will rotate the port number between TCP_LOCAL_PORT_BASE and TCP_LOCAL_PORT_BASE + TCP_LOCAL_PORT_COUNT - 1. The original implementation used fixed port numbers from TCP_LOCAL_PORT_BASE using the connection index.

 - tcp_set_ip_opt() function introduced.

 - abort connection from tcp_disconnect if called when connection establishment is in progress.

 - corrected IP_MTU_SIZE buffer size request for tcp_get_buf().

2.9:

 - added the option to set MSS, window size and max. unacknowledged length for every interface.

 - set IP TTL for sent TCP packets.

2.8:

 - introduced HCC_UNUSED_ARG for unused arguments.

 - timeouts rounded up to higher values.

2.7:

 - updated to work with the new routing module.

2.6:

 - comments fixed.

2.5:

 - TCP will not send RST datagram in case a connection can't be accepted because port is not opened, or max. number of connections on the port is reached or the system ran out of free connections.

2.4:

 - Further TCP packets could be sent even if remote window size shrank to zero.

2.3:

 - added mutex lock/unlock to ip_tcp_delete() where required as mutex lock/unlock was removed from ip_stack_delete().

2.2:

 - The system could lockup if in RESET state a datagram was received for that connection.

 - Packet re-transmission was not executed anymore if sending the packet failed once (this could mean that if ETH cable was unplugged during transmission, packet sending was never retried).

2.1:

 - tcp_connection_state() can return IP_DISCONNECT_WAIT.

2.0:

 - multi-interface compliant.

1.6:

 - duplicated ACK packets occurred if smaller than TCP_MAX_UNACK_LEN packet was received and a packet was sent before TCP_RX_UNACK_TIMEOUT.

1.5:

 - converted to use IP buffer notification if buffer is not available when a control datagram needs to be sent.

 - IP buffer release fixed at unexpected connection close/reset.

 - First RX notification could have been lost after tcp_accept().

 - If an opened connection was closed before tcp_accept() could obtain the connection then it was corrupted. This only happened with OS.

1.4:

 - lockup could occur if connection close/reset arrived before the sent package was acknowledged.

1.3:

 - Zero Window Probe added.

 - don't abort connection if send failed, keep retrying.

 - general retries added for initializing and closing connection.

 - start, stop and delete added.

1.2:

 - comments changed, beautified.

1.1:

 - TCP options obtained incorrectly at tcp_connect() from the SYN+ACK reply.

1.0:

 - Initial release.