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* Copyright (C) 1998 - 2007, Daniel Stenberg, <daniel@haxx.se>, et al.
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*
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* $Id$
***************************************************************************/
#include "setup.h"
#ifndef CURL_DISABLE_FTP
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdarg.h>
#include <ctype.h>
#ifdef HAVE_UNISTD_H
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#ifndef WIN32
#ifdef HAVE_SYS_SOCKET_H
#include <sys/socket.h>
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_NETINET_IN_H
#include <netinet/in.h>
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_ARPA_INET_H
#include <arpa/inet.h>
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_UTSNAME_H
#include <sys/utsname.h>
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_NETDB_H
#include <netdb.h>
#endif
#ifdef VMS
#include <in.h>
#include <inet.h>
#endif
#endif /* !WIN32 */
#if (defined(NETWARE) && defined(__NOVELL_LIBC__))
#undef in_addr_t
#define in_addr_t unsigned long
#endif
#include <curl/curl.h>
#include "urldata.h"
#include "sendf.h"
#include "easyif.h" /* for Curl_convert_... prototypes */
#include "if2ip.h"
#include "hostip.h"
#include "progress.h"
#include "transfer.h"
#include "escape.h"
#include "http.h" /* for HTTP proxy tunnel stuff */
#include "socks.h"
#include "ftp.h"
#ifdef HAVE_KRB4
#include "krb4.h"
#endif
#include "strtoofft.h"
#include "strequal.h"
#include "sslgen.h"
#include "connect.h"
#include "strerror.h"
#include "memory.h"
#include "inet_ntop.h"
#include "select.h"
#include "parsedate.h" /* for the week day and month names */
#include "sockaddr.h" /* required for Curl_sockaddr_storage */
#include "multiif.h"
#if defined(HAVE_INET_NTOA_R) && !defined(HAVE_INET_NTOA_R_DECL)
#include "inet_ntoa_r.h"
#endif
#define _MPRINTF_REPLACE /* use our functions only */
#include <curl/mprintf.h>
/* The last #include file should be: */
#ifdef CURLDEBUG
#include "memdebug.h"
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_NI_WITHSCOPEID
#define NIFLAGS NI_NUMERICHOST | NI_NUMERICSERV | NI_WITHSCOPEID
#else
#define NIFLAGS NI_NUMERICHOST | NI_NUMERICSERV
#endif
#ifdef CURL_DISABLE_VERBOSE_STRINGS
#define ftp_pasv_verbose(a,b,c,d) do { } while (0)
#endif
/* Local API functions */
static CURLcode ftp_sendquote(struct connectdata *conn,
struct curl_slist *quote);
static CURLcode ftp_quit(struct connectdata *conn);
static CURLcode ftp_parse_url_path(struct connectdata *conn);
static CURLcode ftp_regular_transfer(struct connectdata *conn, bool *done);
#ifndef CURL_DISABLE_VERBOSE_STRINGS
static void ftp_pasv_verbose(struct connectdata *conn,
Curl_addrinfo *ai,
char *newhost, /* ascii version */
int port);
#endif
static CURLcode ftp_state_post_rest(struct connectdata *conn);
static CURLcode ftp_state_post_cwd(struct connectdata *conn);
static CURLcode ftp_state_quote(struct connectdata *conn,
bool init, ftpstate instate);
static CURLcode ftp_nb_type(struct connectdata *conn,
bool ascii, ftpstate state);
static int ftp_need_type(struct connectdata *conn,
bool ascii);
/* easy-to-use macro: */
#define FTPSENDF(x,y,z) if ((result = Curl_ftpsendf(x,y,z)) != CURLE_OK) \
return result
#define NBFTPSENDF(x,y,z) if ((result = Curl_nbftpsendf(x,y,z)) != CURLE_OK) \
return result
static void freedirs(struct connectdata *conn)
{
struct ftp_conn *ftpc = &conn->proto.ftpc;
struct FTP *ftp = conn->data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
int i;
if(ftpc->dirs) {
for (i=0; i < ftpc->dirdepth; i++){
if(ftpc->dirs[i]) {
free(ftpc->dirs[i]);
ftpc->dirs[i]=NULL;
}
}
free(ftpc->dirs);
ftpc->dirs = NULL;
}
if(ftp->file) {
free(ftp->file);
ftp->file = NULL;
}
}
/* Returns non-zero if the given string contains CR (\r) or LF (\n),
which are not allowed within RFC 959 <string>.
Note: The input string is in the client's encoding which might
not be ASCII, so escape sequences \r & \n must be used instead
of hex values 0x0d & 0x0a.
*/
static bool isBadFtpString(const char *string)
{
return (bool)((NULL != strchr(string, '\r')) || (NULL != strchr(string, '\n')));
}
/***********************************************************************
*
* AllowServerConnect()
*
* When we've issue the PORT command, we have told the server to connect
* to us. This function will sit and wait here until the server has
* connected.
*
*/
static CURLcode AllowServerConnect(struct connectdata *conn)
{
long timeout_ms;
struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
curl_socket_t sock = conn->sock[SECONDARYSOCKET];
int timeout_set = 0;
/* if a timeout is set, use the most restrictive one */
if (data->set.timeout > 0)
timeout_set += 1;
if (data->set.connecttimeout > 0)
timeout_set += 2;
switch (timeout_set) {
case 1:
timeout_ms = data->set.timeout;
break;
case 2:
timeout_ms = data->set.connecttimeout;
break;
case 3:
if (data->set.timeout < data->set.connecttimeout)
timeout_ms = data->set.timeout;
else
timeout_ms = data->set.connecttimeout;
break;
default:
timeout_ms = 60000; /* 60 seconds default timeout */
break;
}
if (timeout_set > 0) {
/* if a timeout was already set, substract elapsed time */
timeout_ms -= Curl_tvdiff(Curl_tvnow(), conn->now);
if(timeout_ms < 0) {
failf(data, "Timed out before server could connect to us");
return CURLE_OPERATION_TIMEDOUT;
}
}
switch (Curl_socket_ready(sock, CURL_SOCKET_BAD, (int)timeout_ms)) {
case -1: /* error */
/* let's die here */
failf(data, "Error while waiting for server connect");
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
case 0: /* timeout */
/* let's die here */
failf(data, "Timeout while waiting for server connect");
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
default:
/* we have received data here */
{
curl_socket_t s = CURL_SOCKET_BAD;
#ifdef ENABLE_IPV6
struct Curl_sockaddr_storage add;
#else
struct sockaddr_in add;
#endif
socklen_t size = (socklen_t) sizeof(add);
if(0 == getsockname(sock, (struct sockaddr *) &add, &size)) {
size = sizeof(add);
s=accept(sock, (struct sockaddr *) &add, &size);
}
sclose(sock); /* close the first socket */
if (CURL_SOCKET_BAD == s) {
/* DIE! */
failf(data, "Error accept()ing server connect");
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
infof(data, "Connection accepted from server\n");
conn->sock[SECONDARYSOCKET] = s;
Curl_nonblock(s, TRUE); /* enable non-blocking */
}
break;
}
return CURLE_OK;
}
/* initialize stuff to prepare for reading a fresh new response */
static void ftp_respinit(struct connectdata *conn)
{
struct ftp_conn *ftpc = &conn->proto.ftpc;
ftpc->nread_resp = 0;
ftpc->linestart_resp = conn->data->state.buffer;
}
/* macro to check for the last line in an FTP server response */
#define lastline(line) (ISDIGIT(line[0]) && ISDIGIT(line[1]) && \
ISDIGIT(line[2]) && (' ' == line[3]))
static CURLcode ftp_readresp(curl_socket_t sockfd,
struct connectdata *conn,
int *ftpcode, /* return the ftp-code if done */
size_t *size) /* size of the response */
{
int perline; /* count bytes per line */
bool keepon=TRUE;
ssize_t gotbytes;
char *ptr;
struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
char *buf = data->state.buffer;
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct ftp_conn *ftpc = &conn->proto.ftpc;
int code = 0;
*ftpcode = 0; /* 0 for errors or not done */
ptr=buf + ftpc->nread_resp;
perline= (int)(ptr-ftpc->linestart_resp); /* number of bytes in the current
line, so far */
keepon=TRUE;
while((ftpc->nread_resp<BUFSIZE) && (keepon && !result)) {
if(ftpc->cache) {
/* we had data in the "cache", copy that instead of doing an actual
* read
*
* ftp->cache_size is cast to int here. This should be safe,
* because it would have been populated with something of size
* int to begin with, even though its datatype may be larger
* than an int.
*/
memcpy(ptr, ftpc->cache, (int)ftpc->cache_size);
gotbytes = (int)ftpc->cache_size;
free(ftpc->cache); /* free the cache */
ftpc->cache = NULL; /* clear the pointer */
ftpc->cache_size = 0; /* zero the size just in case */
}
else {
int res = Curl_read(conn, sockfd, ptr, BUFSIZE-ftpc->nread_resp,
&gotbytes);
if(res < 0)
/* EWOULDBLOCK */
return CURLE_OK; /* return */
#ifdef CURL_DOES_CONVERSIONS
if((res == CURLE_OK) && (gotbytes > 0)) {
/* convert from the network encoding */
result = res = Curl_convert_from_network(data, ptr, gotbytes);
/* Curl_convert_from_network calls failf if unsuccessful */
}
#endif /* CURL_DOES_CONVERSIONS */
if(CURLE_OK != res)
keepon = FALSE;
}
if(!keepon)
;
else if(gotbytes <= 0) {
keepon = FALSE;
result = CURLE_RECV_ERROR;
failf(data, "FTP response reading failed");
}
else {
/* we got a whole chunk of data, which can be anything from one
* byte to a set of lines and possible just a piece of the last
* line */
int i;
data->reqdata.keep.headerbytecount += gotbytes;
ftpc->nread_resp += gotbytes;
for(i = 0; i < gotbytes; ptr++, i++) {
perline++;
if(*ptr=='\n') {
/* a newline is CRLF in ftp-talk, so the CR is ignored as
the line isn't really terminated until the LF comes */
/* output debug output if that is requested */
if(data->set.verbose)
Curl_debug(data, CURLINFO_HEADER_IN,
ftpc->linestart_resp, (size_t)perline, conn);
/*
* We pass all response-lines to the callback function registered
* for "headers". The response lines can be seen as a kind of
* headers.
*/
result = Curl_client_write(conn, CLIENTWRITE_HEADER,
ftpc->linestart_resp, perline);
if(result)
return result;
if(perline>3 && lastline(ftpc->linestart_resp)) {
/* This is the end of the last line, copy the last line to the
start of the buffer and zero terminate, for old times sake (and
krb4)! */
char *meow;
int n;
for(meow=ftpc->linestart_resp, n=0; meow<ptr; meow++, n++)
buf[n] = *meow;
*meow=0; /* zero terminate */
keepon=FALSE;
ftpc->linestart_resp = ptr+1; /* advance pointer */
i++; /* skip this before getting out */
*size = ftpc->nread_resp; /* size of the response */
ftpc->nread_resp = 0; /* restart */
break;
}
perline=0; /* line starts over here */
ftpc->linestart_resp = ptr+1;
}
}
if(!keepon && (i != gotbytes)) {
/* We found the end of the response lines, but we didn't parse the
full chunk of data we have read from the server. We therefore need
to store the rest of the data to be checked on the next invoke as
it may actually contain another end of response already! */
ftpc->cache_size = gotbytes - i;
ftpc->cache = (char *)malloc((int)ftpc->cache_size);
if(ftpc->cache)
memcpy(ftpc->cache, ftpc->linestart_resp, (int)ftpc->cache_size);
else
return CURLE_OUT_OF_MEMORY; /**BANG**/
}
} /* there was data */
} /* while there's buffer left and loop is requested */
if(!result)
code = atoi(buf);
#ifdef HAVE_KRB4
/* handle the security-oriented responses 6xx ***/
/* FIXME: some errorchecking perhaps... ***/
switch(code) {
case 631:
Curl_sec_read_msg(conn, buf, prot_safe);
break;
case 632:
Curl_sec_read_msg(conn, buf, prot_private);
break;
case 633:
Curl_sec_read_msg(conn, buf, prot_confidential);
break;
default:
/* normal ftp stuff we pass through! */
break;
}
#endif
*ftpcode=code; /* return the initial number like this */
/* store the latest code for later retrieval */
conn->data->info.httpcode=code;
return result;
}
/* --- parse FTP server responses --- */
/*
* Curl_GetFTPResponse() is supposed to be invoked after each command sent to
* a remote FTP server. This function will wait and read all lines of the
* response and extract the relevant return code for the invoking function.
*/
CURLcode Curl_GetFTPResponse(ssize_t *nreadp, /* return number of bytes read */
struct connectdata *conn,
int *ftpcode) /* return the ftp-code */
{
/*
* We cannot read just one byte per read() and then go back to select() as
* the OpenSSL read() doesn't grok that properly.
*
* Alas, read as much as possible, split up into lines, use the ending
* line in a response or continue reading. */
curl_socket_t sockfd = conn->sock[FIRSTSOCKET];
int perline; /* count bytes per line */
bool keepon=TRUE;
ssize_t gotbytes;
char *ptr;
long timeout; /* timeout in milliseconds */
long interval_ms;
struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
char *line_start;
int code=0; /* default ftp "error code" to return */
char *buf = data->state.buffer;
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct ftp_conn *ftpc = &conn->proto.ftpc;
struct timeval now = Curl_tvnow();
if (ftpcode)
*ftpcode = 0; /* 0 for errors */
ptr=buf;
line_start = buf;
*nreadp=0;
perline=0;
keepon=TRUE;
while((*nreadp<BUFSIZE) && (keepon && !result)) {
/* check and reset timeout value every lap */
if(data->set.ftp_response_timeout )
/* if CURLOPT_FTP_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT is set, use that to determine
remaining time. Also, use "now" as opposed to "conn->now"
because ftp_response_timeout is only supposed to govern
the response for any given ftp response, not for the time
from connect to the given ftp response. */
timeout = data->set.ftp_response_timeout - /* timeout time */
Curl_tvdiff(Curl_tvnow(), now); /* spent time */
else if(data->set.timeout)
/* if timeout is requested, find out how much remaining time we have */
timeout = data->set.timeout - /* timeout time */
Curl_tvdiff(Curl_tvnow(), conn->now); /* spent time */
else
/* Even without a requested timeout, we only wait response_time
seconds for the full response to arrive before we bail out */
timeout = ftpc->response_time -
Curl_tvdiff(Curl_tvnow(), now); /* spent time */
if(timeout <=0 ) {
failf(data, "FTP response timeout");
return CURLE_OPERATION_TIMEDOUT; /* already too little time */
}
if(!ftpc->cache) {
interval_ms = 1 * 1000; /* use 1 second timeout intervals */
if(timeout < interval_ms)
interval_ms = timeout;
switch (Curl_socket_ready(sockfd, CURL_SOCKET_BAD, (int)interval_ms)) {
case -1: /* select() error, stop reading */
result = CURLE_RECV_ERROR;
failf(data, "FTP response aborted due to select/poll error: %d",
SOCKERRNO);
break;
case 0: /* timeout */
if(Curl_pgrsUpdate(conn))
return CURLE_ABORTED_BY_CALLBACK;
continue; /* just continue in our loop for the timeout duration */
default:
break;
}
}
if(CURLE_OK == result) {
/*
* This code previously didn't use the kerberos sec_read() code
* to read, but when we use Curl_read() it may do so. Do confirm
* that this is still ok and then remove this comment!
*/
if(ftpc->cache) {
/* we had data in the "cache", copy that instead of doing an actual
* read
*
* Dave Meyer, December 2003:
* ftp->cache_size is cast to int here. This should be safe,
* because it would have been populated with something of size
* int to begin with, even though its datatype may be larger
* than an int.
*/
memcpy(ptr, ftpc->cache, (int)ftpc->cache_size);
gotbytes = (int)ftpc->cache_size;
free(ftpc->cache); /* free the cache */
ftpc->cache = NULL; /* clear the pointer */
ftpc->cache_size = 0; /* zero the size just in case */
}
else {
int res = Curl_read(conn, sockfd, ptr, BUFSIZE-*nreadp, &gotbytes);
if(res < 0)
/* EWOULDBLOCK */
continue; /* go looping again */
#ifdef CURL_DOES_CONVERSIONS
if((res == CURLE_OK) && (gotbytes > 0)) {
/* convert from the network encoding */
result = res = Curl_convert_from_network(data, ptr, gotbytes);
/* Curl_convert_from_network calls failf if unsuccessful */
}
#endif /* CURL_DOES_CONVERSIONS */
if(CURLE_OK != res)
keepon = FALSE;
}
if(!keepon)
;
else if(gotbytes <= 0) {
keepon = FALSE;
result = CURLE_RECV_ERROR;
failf(data, "FTP response reading failed");
}
else {
/* we got a whole chunk of data, which can be anything from one
* byte to a set of lines and possible just a piece of the last
* line */
int i;
data->reqdata.keep.headerbytecount += gotbytes;
*nreadp += gotbytes;
for(i = 0; i < gotbytes; ptr++, i++) {
perline++;
if(*ptr=='\n') {
/* a newline is CRLF in ftp-talk, so the CR is ignored as
the line isn't really terminated until the LF comes */
/* output debug output if that is requested */
if(data->set.verbose)
Curl_debug(data, CURLINFO_HEADER_IN,
line_start, (size_t)perline, conn);
/*
* We pass all response-lines to the callback function registered
* for "headers". The response lines can be seen as a kind of
* headers.
*/
result = Curl_client_write(conn, CLIENTWRITE_HEADER,
line_start, perline);
if(result)
return result;
if(perline>3 && lastline(line_start)) {
/* This is the end of the last line, copy the last
* line to the start of the buffer and zero terminate,
* for old times sake (and krb4)! */
char *meow;
int n;
for(meow=line_start, n=0; meow<ptr; meow++, n++)
buf[n] = *meow;
*meow=0; /* zero terminate */
keepon=FALSE;
line_start = ptr+1; /* advance pointer */
i++; /* skip this before getting out */
break;
}
perline=0; /* line starts over here */
line_start = ptr+1;
}
}
if(!keepon && (i != gotbytes)) {
/* We found the end of the response lines, but we didn't parse the
full chunk of data we have read from the server. We therefore
need to store the rest of the data to be checked on the next
invoke as it may actually contain another end of response
already! Cleverly figured out by Eric Lavigne in December
2001. */
ftpc->cache_size = gotbytes - i;
ftpc->cache = (char *)malloc((int)ftpc->cache_size);
if(ftpc->cache)
memcpy(ftpc->cache, line_start, (int)ftpc->cache_size);
else
return CURLE_OUT_OF_MEMORY; /**BANG**/
}
} /* there was data */
} /* if(no error) */
} /* while there's buffer left and loop is requested */
if(!result)
code = atoi(buf);
#ifdef HAVE_KRB4
/* handle the security-oriented responses 6xx ***/
/* FIXME: some errorchecking perhaps... ***/
switch(code) {
case 631:
Curl_sec_read_msg(conn, buf, prot_safe);
break;
case 632:
Curl_sec_read_msg(conn, buf, prot_private);
break;
case 633:
Curl_sec_read_msg(conn, buf, prot_confidential);
break;
default:
/* normal ftp stuff we pass through! */
break;
}
#endif
if(ftpcode)
*ftpcode=code; /* return the initial number like this */
/* store the latest code for later retrieval */
conn->data->info.httpcode=code;
return result;
}
/* This is the ONLY way to change FTP state! */
static void state(struct connectdata *conn,
ftpstate state)
{
#if defined(CURLDEBUG) && !defined(CURL_DISABLE_VERBOSE_STRINGS)
/* for debug purposes */
const char *names[]={
"STOP",
"WAIT220",
"AUTH",
"USER",
"PASS",
"ACCT",
"PBSZ",
"PROT",
"CCC",
"PWD",
"QUOTE",
"RETR_PREQUOTE",
"STOR_PREQUOTE",
"POSTQUOTE",
"CWD",
"MKD",
"MDTM",
"TYPE",
"LIST_TYPE",
"RETR_TYPE",
"STOR_TYPE",
"SIZE",
"RETR_SIZE",
"STOR_SIZE",
"REST",
"RETR_REST",
"PORT",
"PASV",
"LIST",
"RETR",
"STOR",
"QUIT"
};
#endif
struct ftp_conn *ftpc = &conn->proto.ftpc;
#if defined(CURLDEBUG) && !defined(CURL_DISABLE_VERBOSE_STRINGS)
if(ftpc->state != state)
infof(conn->data, "FTP %p state change from %s to %s\n",
ftpc, names[ftpc->state], names[state]);
#endif
ftpc->state = state;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_user(struct connectdata *conn)
{
CURLcode result;
struct FTP *ftp = conn->data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
/* send USER */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "USER %s", ftp->user?ftp->user:"");
state(conn, FTP_USER);
conn->data->state.ftp_trying_alternative = FALSE;
return CURLE_OK;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_pwd(struct connectdata *conn)
{
CURLcode result;
/* send PWD to discover our entry point */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "PWD", NULL);
state(conn, FTP_PWD);
return CURLE_OK;
}
/* For the FTP "protocol connect" and "doing" phases only */
int Curl_ftp_getsock(struct connectdata *conn,
curl_socket_t *socks,
int numsocks)
{
struct ftp_conn *ftpc = &conn->proto.ftpc;
if(!numsocks)
return GETSOCK_BLANK;
socks[0] = conn->sock[FIRSTSOCKET];
if(ftpc->sendleft) {
/* write mode */
return GETSOCK_WRITESOCK(0);
}
/* read mode */
return GETSOCK_READSOCK(0);
}
/* This is called after the FTP_QUOTE state is passed.
ftp_state_cwd() sends the range of PWD commands to the server to change to
the correct directory. It may also need to send MKD commands to create
missing ones, if that option is enabled.
*/
static CURLcode ftp_state_cwd(struct connectdata *conn)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct ftp_conn *ftpc = &conn->proto.ftpc;
if(ftpc->cwddone)
/* already done and fine */
result = ftp_state_post_cwd(conn);
else {
ftpc->count2 = 0;
if (conn->bits.reuse && ftpc->entrypath) {
/* This is a re-used connection. Since we change directory to where the
transfer is taking place, we must first get back to the original dir
where we ended up after login: */
ftpc->count1 = 0; /* we count this as the first path, then we add one
for all upcoming ones in the ftp->dirs[] array */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "CWD %s", ftpc->entrypath);
state(conn, FTP_CWD);
}
else {
if(ftpc->dirdepth) {
ftpc->count1 = 1;
/* issue the first CWD, the rest is sent when the CWD responses are
received... */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "CWD %s", ftpc->dirs[ftpc->count1 -1]);
state(conn, FTP_CWD);
}
else {
/* No CWD necessary */
result = ftp_state_post_cwd(conn);
}
}
}
return result;
}
typedef enum {
EPRT,
PORT,
DONE
} ftpport;
static CURLcode ftp_state_use_port(struct connectdata *conn,
ftpport fcmd) /* start with this */
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct ftp_conn *ftpc = &conn->proto.ftpc;
struct SessionHandle *data=conn->data;
curl_socket_t portsock= CURL_SOCKET_BAD;
char myhost[256] = "";
#ifdef ENABLE_IPV6
/******************************************************************
* IPv6-specific section
*/
struct Curl_sockaddr_storage ss;
struct addrinfo *res, *ai;
socklen_t sslen;
char hbuf[NI_MAXHOST];
struct sockaddr *sa=(struct sockaddr *)&ss;
char tmp[1024];
const char *mode[] = { "EPRT", "PORT", NULL };
int rc;
int error;
char *host=NULL;
struct Curl_dns_entry *h=NULL;
unsigned short port = 0;
/* Step 1, figure out what address that is requested */
if(data->set.ftpport && (strlen(data->set.ftpport) > 1)) {
/* attempt to get the address of the given interface name */
if(!Curl_if2ip(data->set.ftpport, hbuf, sizeof(hbuf)))
/* not an interface, use the given string as host name instead */
host = data->set.ftpport;
else
host = hbuf; /* use the hbuf for host name */
} /* data->set.ftpport */
if(!host) {
/* not an interface and not a host name, get default by extracting
the IP from the control connection */
sslen = sizeof(ss);
if (getsockname(conn->sock[FIRSTSOCKET], (struct sockaddr *)&ss, &sslen)) {
failf(data, "getsockname() failed: %s",
Curl_strerror(conn, SOCKERRNO) );
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
if (sslen > (socklen_t)sizeof(ss))
sslen = sizeof(ss);
rc = getnameinfo((struct sockaddr *)&ss, sslen, hbuf, sizeof(hbuf), NULL,
0, NIFLAGS);
if(rc) {
failf(data, "getnameinfo() returned %d \n", rc);
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
host = hbuf; /* use this host name */
}
rc = Curl_resolv(conn, host, 0, &h);
if(rc == CURLRESOLV_PENDING)
rc = Curl_wait_for_resolv(conn, &h);
if(h) {
res = h->addr;
/* when we return from this function, we can forget about this entry
to we can unlock it now already */
Curl_resolv_unlock(data, h);
} /* (h) */
else
res = NULL; /* failure! */
/* step 2, create a socket for the requested address */
portsock = CURL_SOCKET_BAD;
error = 0;
for (ai = res; ai; ai = ai->ai_next) {
/*
* Workaround for AIX5 getaddrinfo() problem (it doesn't set ai_socktype):
*/
if (ai->ai_socktype == 0)
ai->ai_socktype = conn->socktype;
portsock = socket(ai->ai_family, ai->ai_socktype, ai->ai_protocol);
if (portsock == CURL_SOCKET_BAD) {
error = SOCKERRNO;
continue;
}
break;
}
if(!ai) {
failf(data, "socket failure: %s", Curl_strerror(conn, error));
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
/* step 3, bind to a suitable local address */
/* Try binding the given address. */
if (bind(portsock, ai->ai_addr, ai->ai_addrlen)) {
/* It failed. Bind the address used for the control connection instead */
sslen = sizeof(ss);
if (getsockname(conn->sock[FIRSTSOCKET],
(struct sockaddr *)sa, &sslen)) {
failf(data, "getsockname() failed: %s",
Curl_strerror(conn, SOCKERRNO) );
sclose(portsock);
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
/* set port number to zero to make bind() pick "any" */
if(((struct sockaddr *)sa)->sa_family == AF_INET)
((struct sockaddr_in *)sa)->sin_port=0;
else
((struct sockaddr_in6 *)sa)->sin6_port =0;
if (sslen > (socklen_t)sizeof(ss))
sslen = sizeof(ss);
if(bind(portsock, (struct sockaddr *)sa, sslen)) {
failf(data, "bind failed: %s", Curl_strerror(conn, SOCKERRNO));
sclose(portsock);
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
}
/* get the name again after the bind() so that we can extract the
port number it uses now */
sslen = sizeof(ss);
if(getsockname(portsock, (struct sockaddr *)sa, &sslen)) {
failf(data, "getsockname() failed: %s",
Curl_strerror(conn, SOCKERRNO) );
sclose(portsock);
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
/* step 4, listen on the socket */
if (listen(portsock, 1)) {
failf(data, "socket failure: %s", Curl_strerror(conn, SOCKERRNO));
sclose(portsock);
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
/* step 5, send the proper FTP command */
/* get a plain printable version of the numerical address to work with
below */
Curl_printable_address(ai, myhost, sizeof(myhost));
#ifdef PF_INET6
if(!conn->bits.ftp_use_eprt && conn->bits.ipv6)
/* EPRT is disabled but we are connected to a IPv6 host, so we ignore the
request and enable EPRT again! */
conn->bits.ftp_use_eprt = TRUE;
#endif
for (; fcmd != DONE; fcmd++) {
if(!conn->bits.ftp_use_eprt && (EPRT == fcmd))
/* if disabled, goto next */
continue;
switch (sa->sa_family) {
case AF_INET:
port = ntohs(((struct sockaddr_in *)sa)->sin_port);
break;
case AF_INET6:
port = ntohs(((struct sockaddr_in6 *)sa)->sin6_port);
break;
default:
break;
}
if (EPRT == fcmd) {
/*
* Two fine examples from RFC2428;
*
* EPRT |1|132.235.1.2|6275|
*
* EPRT |2|1080::8:800:200C:417A|5282|
*/
result = Curl_nbftpsendf(conn, "%s |%d|%s|%d|", mode[fcmd],
ai->ai_family == AF_INET?1:2,
myhost, port);
if(result)
return result;
break;
}
else if (PORT == fcmd) {
char *source = myhost;
char *dest = tmp;
if ((PORT == fcmd) && ai->ai_family != AF_INET)
continue;
/* translate x.x.x.x to x,x,x,x */
while(source && *source) {
if(*source == '.')
*dest=',';
else
*dest = *source;
dest++;
source++;
}
*dest = 0;
snprintf(dest, 20, ",%d,%d", port>>8, port&0xff);
result = Curl_nbftpsendf(conn, "%s %s", mode[fcmd], tmp);
if(result)
return result;
break;
}
}
/* store which command was sent */
ftpc->count1 = fcmd;
/* we set the secondary socket variable to this for now, it is only so that
the cleanup function will close it in case we fail before the true
secondary stuff is made */
if(CURL_SOCKET_BAD != conn->sock[SECONDARYSOCKET])
sclose(conn->sock[SECONDARYSOCKET]);
conn->sock[SECONDARYSOCKET] = portsock;
#else
/******************************************************************
* IPv4-specific section
*/
struct sockaddr_in sa;
unsigned short porttouse;
bool sa_filled_in = FALSE;
Curl_addrinfo *addr = NULL;
unsigned short ip[4];
bool freeaddr = TRUE;
socklen_t sslen = sizeof(sa);
(void)fcmd; /* not used in the IPv4 code */
if(data->set.ftpport) {
in_addr_t in;
/* First check if the given name is an IP address */
in=inet_addr(data->set.ftpport);
if(in != CURL_INADDR_NONE)
/* this is an IPv4 address */
addr = Curl_ip2addr(in, data->set.ftpport, 0);
else {
if(Curl_if2ip(data->set.ftpport, myhost, sizeof(myhost))) {
/* The interface to IP conversion provided a dotted address */
in=inet_addr(myhost);
addr = Curl_ip2addr(in, myhost, 0);
}
else if(strlen(data->set.ftpport)> 1) {
/* might be a host name! */
struct Curl_dns_entry *h=NULL;
int rc = Curl_resolv(conn, data->set.ftpport, 0, &h);
if(rc == CURLRESOLV_PENDING)
/* BLOCKING */
rc = Curl_wait_for_resolv(conn, &h);
if(h) {
addr = h->addr;
/* when we return from this function, we can forget about this entry
so we can unlock it now already */
Curl_resolv_unlock(data, h);
freeaddr = FALSE; /* make sure we don't free 'addr' in this function
since it points to a DNS cache entry! */
} /* (h) */
else {
infof(data, "Failed to resolve host name %s\n", data->set.ftpport);
}
} /* strlen */
} /* CURL_INADDR_NONE */
} /* data->set.ftpport */
if(!addr) {
/* pick a suitable default here */
if (getsockname(conn->sock[FIRSTSOCKET],
(struct sockaddr *)&sa, &sslen)) {
failf(data, "getsockname() failed: %s",
Curl_strerror(conn, SOCKERRNO) );
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
if (sslen > (socklen_t)sizeof(sa))
sslen = sizeof(sa);
sa_filled_in = TRUE; /* the sa struct is filled in */
}
if (addr || sa_filled_in) {
portsock = socket(AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, 0);
if(CURL_SOCKET_BAD != portsock) {
/* we set the secondary socket variable to this for now, it
is only so that the cleanup function will close it in case
we fail before the true secondary stuff is made */
if(CURL_SOCKET_BAD != conn->sock[SECONDARYSOCKET])
sclose(conn->sock[SECONDARYSOCKET]);
conn->sock[SECONDARYSOCKET] = portsock;
if(!sa_filled_in) {
memcpy(&sa, addr->ai_addr, sslen);
sa.sin_addr.s_addr = INADDR_ANY;
}
sa.sin_port = 0;
sslen = sizeof(sa);
if(bind(portsock, (struct sockaddr *)&sa, sslen) == 0) {
/* we succeeded to bind */
struct sockaddr_in add;
socklen_t socksize = sizeof(add);
if(getsockname(portsock, (struct sockaddr *) &add,
&socksize)) {
failf(data, "getsockname() failed: %s",
Curl_strerror(conn, SOCKERRNO) );
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
porttouse = ntohs(add.sin_port);
if ( listen(portsock, 1) < 0 ) {
failf(data, "listen(2) failed on socket");
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
}
else {
failf(data, "bind(2) failed on socket");
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
}
else {
failf(data, "socket(2) failed (%s)");
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
}
else {
failf(data, "couldn't find IP address to use");
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
if(sa_filled_in)
Curl_inet_ntop(AF_INET, &((struct sockaddr_in *)&sa)->sin_addr,
myhost, sizeof(myhost));
else
Curl_printable_address(addr, myhost, sizeof(myhost));
if(4 == sscanf(myhost, "%hu.%hu.%hu.%hu",
&ip[0], &ip[1], &ip[2], &ip[3])) {
infof(data, "Telling server to connect to %d.%d.%d.%d:%d\n",
ip[0], ip[1], ip[2], ip[3], porttouse);
result=Curl_nbftpsendf(conn, "PORT %d,%d,%d,%d,%d,%d",
ip[0], ip[1], ip[2], ip[3],
porttouse >> 8, porttouse & 255);
if(result)
return result;
}
else
return CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
if(freeaddr)
Curl_freeaddrinfo(addr);
ftpc->count1 = PORT;
#endif /* end of ipv4-specific code */
/* this tcpconnect assignment below is a hackish work-around to make the
multi interface with active FTP work - as it will not wait for a
(passive) connect in Curl_is_connected().
The *proper* fix is to make sure that the active connection from the
server is done in a non-blocking way. Currently, it is still BLOCKING.
*/
conn->bits.tcpconnect = TRUE;
state(conn, FTP_PORT);
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_use_pasv(struct connectdata *conn)
{
struct ftp_conn *ftpc = &conn->proto.ftpc;
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
/*
Here's the excecutive summary on what to do:
PASV is RFC959, expect:
227 Entering Passive Mode (a1,a2,a3,a4,p1,p2)
LPSV is RFC1639, expect:
228 Entering Long Passive Mode (4,4,a1,a2,a3,a4,2,p1,p2)
EPSV is RFC2428, expect:
229 Entering Extended Passive Mode (|||port|)
*/
const char *mode[] = { "EPSV", "PASV", NULL };
int modeoff;
#ifdef PF_INET6
if(!conn->bits.ftp_use_epsv && conn->bits.ipv6)
/* EPSV is disabled but we are connected to a IPv6 host, so we ignore the
request and enable EPSV again! */
conn->bits.ftp_use_epsv = TRUE;
#endif
modeoff = conn->bits.ftp_use_epsv?0:1;
result = Curl_nbftpsendf(conn, "%s", mode[modeoff]);
if(result)
return result;
ftpc->count1 = modeoff;
state(conn, FTP_PASV);
infof(conn->data, "Connect data stream passively\n");
return result;
}
/* REST is the last command in the chain of commands when a "head"-like
request is made. Thus, if an actual transfer is to be made this is where
we take off for real. */
static CURLcode ftp_state_post_rest(struct connectdata *conn)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct FTP *ftp = conn->data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
if(ftp->no_transfer) {
/* doesn't transfer any data */
/* still possibly do PRE QUOTE jobs */
state(conn, FTP_RETR_PREQUOTE);
result = ftp_state_quote(conn, TRUE, FTP_RETR_PREQUOTE);
}
else if(data->set.ftp_use_port) {
/* We have chosen to use the PORT (or similar) command */
result = ftp_state_use_port(conn, EPRT);
}
else {
/* We have chosen (this is default) to use the PASV (or similar) command */
result = ftp_state_use_pasv(conn);
}
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_post_size(struct connectdata *conn)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct FTP *ftp = conn->data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
if(ftp->no_transfer) {
/* if a "head"-like request is being made */
/* Determine if server can respond to REST command and therefore
whether it supports range */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "REST %d", 0);
state(conn, FTP_REST);
}
else
result = ftp_state_post_rest(conn);
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_post_type(struct connectdata *conn)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct FTP *ftp = conn->data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
if(ftp->no_transfer) {
/* if a "head"-like request is being made */
/* we know ftp->file is a valid pointer to a file name */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "SIZE %s", ftp->file);
state(conn, FTP_SIZE);
}
else
result = ftp_state_post_size(conn);
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_post_listtype(struct connectdata *conn)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
/* If this output is to be machine-parsed, the NLST command might be better
to use, since the LIST command output is not specified or standard in any
way. It has turned out that the NLST list output is not the same on all
servers either... */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "%s",
data->set.customrequest?data->set.customrequest:
(data->set.ftp_list_only?"NLST":"LIST"));
state(conn, FTP_LIST);
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_post_retrtype(struct connectdata *conn)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
/* We've sent the TYPE, now we must send the list of prequote strings */
result = ftp_state_quote(conn, TRUE, FTP_RETR_PREQUOTE);
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_post_stortype(struct connectdata *conn)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
/* We've sent the TYPE, now we must send the list of prequote strings */
result = ftp_state_quote(conn, TRUE, FTP_STOR_PREQUOTE);
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_post_mdtm(struct connectdata *conn)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct FTP *ftp = conn->data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
/* If we have selected NOBODY and HEADER, it means that we only want file
information. Which in FTP can't be much more than the file size and
date. */
if(conn->bits.no_body && data->set.include_header && ftp->file &&
ftp_need_type(conn, data->set.prefer_ascii)) {
/* The SIZE command is _not_ RFC 959 specified, and therefor many servers
may not support it! It is however the only way we have to get a file's
size! */
ftp->no_transfer = TRUE; /* this means no actual transfer will be made */
/* Some servers return different sizes for different modes, and thus we
must set the proper type before we check the size */
result = ftp_nb_type(conn, data->set.prefer_ascii, FTP_TYPE);
if (result)
return result;
}
else
result = ftp_state_post_type(conn);
return result;
}
/* This is called after the CWD commands have been done in the beginning of
the DO phase */
static CURLcode ftp_state_post_cwd(struct connectdata *conn)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct FTP *ftp = conn->data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
/* Requested time of file or time-depended transfer? */
if((data->set.get_filetime || data->set.timecondition) && ftp->file) {
/* we have requested to get the modified-time of the file, this is a white
spot as the MDTM is not mentioned in RFC959 */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "MDTM %s", ftp->file);
state(conn, FTP_MDTM);
}
else
result = ftp_state_post_mdtm(conn);
return result;
}
/* This is called after the TYPE and possible quote commands have been sent */
static CURLcode ftp_state_ul_setup(struct connectdata *conn,
bool sizechecked)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct FTP *ftp = conn->data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
curl_off_t passed=0;
if((data->reqdata.resume_from && !sizechecked) ||
((data->reqdata.resume_from > 0) && sizechecked)) {
/* we're about to continue the uploading of a file */
/* 1. get already existing file's size. We use the SIZE command for this
which may not exist in the server! The SIZE command is not in
RFC959. */
/* 2. This used to set REST. But since we can do append, we
don't another ftp command. We just skip the source file
offset and then we APPEND the rest on the file instead */
/* 3. pass file-size number of bytes in the source file */
/* 4. lower the infilesize counter */
/* => transfer as usual */
if(data->reqdata.resume_from < 0 ) {
/* Got no given size to start from, figure it out */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "SIZE %s", ftp->file);
state(conn, FTP_STOR_SIZE);
return result;
}
/* enable append */
data->set.ftp_append = TRUE;
/* Let's read off the proper amount of bytes from the input. If we knew it
was a proper file we could've just fseek()ed but we only have a stream
here */
/* TODO: allow the ioctlfunction to provide a fast forward function that
can be used here and use this method only as a fallback! */
do {
curl_off_t readthisamountnow = (data->reqdata.resume_from - passed);
curl_off_t actuallyread;
if(readthisamountnow > BUFSIZE)
readthisamountnow = BUFSIZE;
actuallyread = (curl_off_t)
conn->fread(data->state.buffer, 1, (size_t)readthisamountnow,
conn->fread_in);
passed += actuallyread;
if(actuallyread != readthisamountnow) {
failf(data, "Could only read %" FORMAT_OFF_T
" bytes from the input", passed);
return CURLE_FTP_COULDNT_USE_REST;
}
} while(passed != data->reqdata.resume_from);
/* now, decrease the size of the read */
if(data->set.infilesize>0) {
data->set.infilesize -= data->reqdata.resume_from;
if(data->set.infilesize <= 0) {
infof(data, "File already completely uploaded\n");
/* no data to transfer */
result=Curl_setup_transfer(conn, -1, -1, FALSE, NULL, -1, NULL);
/* Set no_transfer so that we won't get any error in
* Curl_ftp_done() because we didn't transfer anything! */
ftp->no_transfer = TRUE;
state(conn, FTP_STOP);
return CURLE_OK;
}
}
/* we've passed, proceed as normal */
} /* resume_from */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, data->set.ftp_append?"APPE %s":"STOR %s",
ftp->file);
state(conn, FTP_STOR);
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_quote(struct connectdata *conn,
bool init,
ftpstate instate)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
struct FTP *ftp = data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
struct ftp_conn *ftpc = &conn->proto.ftpc;
bool quote=FALSE;
struct curl_slist *item;
switch(instate) {
case FTP_QUOTE:
default:
item = data->set.quote;
break;
case FTP_RETR_PREQUOTE:
case FTP_STOR_PREQUOTE:
item = data->set.prequote;
break;
case FTP_POSTQUOTE:
item = data->set.postquote;
break;
}
if(init)
ftpc->count1 = 0;
else
ftpc->count1++;
if(item) {
int i = 0;
/* Skip count1 items in the linked list */
while((i< ftpc->count1) && item) {
item = item->next;
i++;
}
if(item) {
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "%s", item->data);
state(conn, instate);
quote = TRUE;
}
}
if(!quote) {
/* No more quote to send, continue to ... */
switch(instate) {
case FTP_QUOTE:
default:
result = ftp_state_cwd(conn);
break;
case FTP_RETR_PREQUOTE:
if (ftp->no_transfer)
state(conn, FTP_STOP);
else {
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "SIZE %s", ftp->file);
state(conn, FTP_RETR_SIZE);
}
break;
case FTP_STOR_PREQUOTE:
result = ftp_state_ul_setup(conn, FALSE);
break;
case FTP_POSTQUOTE:
break;
}
}
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_pasv_resp(struct connectdata *conn,
int ftpcode)
{
struct ftp_conn *ftpc = &conn->proto.ftpc;
CURLcode result;
struct SessionHandle *data=conn->data;
Curl_addrinfo *conninfo;
struct Curl_dns_entry *addr=NULL;
int rc;
unsigned short connectport; /* the local port connect() should use! */
unsigned short newport=0; /* remote port */
bool connected;
/* newhost must be able to hold a full IP-style address in ASCII, which
in the IPv6 case means 5*8-1 = 39 letters */
#define NEWHOST_BUFSIZE 48
char newhost[NEWHOST_BUFSIZE];
char *str=&data->state.buffer[4]; /* start on the first letter */
if((ftpc->count1 == 0) &&
(ftpcode == 229)) {
/* positive EPSV response */
char *ptr = strchr(str, '(');
if(ptr) {
unsigned int num;
char separator[4];
ptr++;
if(5 == sscanf(ptr, "%c%c%c%u%c",
&separator[0],
&separator[1],
&separator[2],
&num,
&separator[3])) {
const char sep1 = separator[0];
int i;
/* The four separators should be identical, or else this is an oddly
formatted reply and we bail out immediately. */
for(i=1; i<4; i++) {
if(separator[i] != sep1) {
ptr=NULL; /* set to NULL to signal error */
break;
}
}
if(ptr) {
newport = (unsigned short)(num & 0xffff);
if (conn->bits.tunnel_proxy)
/* proxy tunnel -> use other host info because ip_addr_str is the
proxy address not the ftp host */
snprintf(newhost, sizeof(newhost), "%s", conn->host.name);
else
/* use the same IP we are already connected to */
snprintf(newhost, NEWHOST_BUFSIZE, "%s", conn->ip_addr_str);
}
}
else
ptr=NULL;
}
if(!ptr) {
failf(data, "Weirdly formatted EPSV reply");
return CURLE_FTP_WEIRD_PASV_REPLY;
}
}
else if((ftpc->count1 == 1) &&
(ftpcode == 227)) {
/* positive PASV response */
int ip[4];
int port[2];
/*
* Scan for a sequence of six comma-separated numbers and use them as
* IP+port indicators.
*
* Found reply-strings include:
* "227 Entering Passive Mode (127,0,0,1,4,51)"
* "227 Data transfer will passively listen to 127,0,0,1,4,51"
* "227 Entering passive mode. 127,0,0,1,4,51"
*/
while(*str) {
if (6 == sscanf(str, "%d,%d,%d,%d,%d,%d",
&ip[0], &ip[1], &ip[2], &ip[3],
&port[0], &port[1]))
break;
str++;
}
if(!*str) {
failf(data, "Couldn't interpret the 227-response");
return CURLE_FTP_WEIRD_227_FORMAT;
}
/* we got OK from server */
if(data->set.ftp_skip_ip) {
/* told to ignore the remotely given IP but instead use the one we used
for the control connection */
infof(data, "Skips %d.%d.%d.%d for data connection, uses %s instead\n",
ip[0], ip[1], ip[2], ip[3],
conn->ip_addr_str);
if (conn->bits.tunnel_proxy)
/* proxy tunnel -> use other host info because ip_addr_str is the
proxy address not the ftp host */
snprintf(newhost, sizeof(newhost), "%s", conn->host.name);
else
snprintf(newhost, sizeof(newhost), "%s", conn->ip_addr_str);
}
else
snprintf(newhost, sizeof(newhost),
"%d.%d.%d.%d", ip[0], ip[1], ip[2], ip[3]);
newport = (unsigned short)(((port[0]<<8) + port[1]) & 0xffff);
}
else if(ftpc->count1 == 0) {
/* EPSV failed, move on to PASV */
/* disable it for next transfer */
conn->bits.ftp_use_epsv = FALSE;
infof(data, "disabling EPSV usage\n");
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "PASV", NULL);
ftpc->count1++;
/* remain in the FTP_PASV state */
return result;
}
else {
failf(data, "Bad PASV/EPSV response: %03d", ftpcode);
return CURLE_FTP_WEIRD_PASV_REPLY;
}
if(data->set.proxy && *data->set.proxy) {
/*
* This is a tunnel through a http proxy and we need to connect to the
* proxy again here.
*
* We don't want to rely on a former host lookup that might've expired
* now, instead we remake the lookup here and now!
*/
rc = Curl_resolv(conn, conn->proxy.name, (int)conn->port, &addr);
if(rc == CURLRESOLV_PENDING)
/* BLOCKING */
rc = Curl_wait_for_resolv(conn, &addr);
connectport =
(unsigned short)conn->port; /* we connect to the proxy's port */
}
else {
/* normal, direct, ftp connection */
rc = Curl_resolv(conn, newhost, newport, &addr);
if(rc == CURLRESOLV_PENDING)
/* BLOCKING */
rc = Curl_wait_for_resolv(conn, &addr);
if(!addr) {
failf(data, "Can't resolve new host %s:%d", newhost, newport);
return CURLE_FTP_CANT_GET_HOST;
}
connectport = newport; /* we connect to the remote port */
}
result = Curl_connecthost(conn,
addr,
&conn->sock[SECONDARYSOCKET],
&conninfo,
&connected);
Curl_resolv_unlock(data, addr); /* we're done using this address */
if (result && ftpc->count1 == 0 && ftpcode == 229) {
infof(data, "got positive EPSV response, but can't connect. "
"Disabling EPSV\n");
/* disable it for next transfer */
conn->bits.ftp_use_epsv = FALSE;
data->state.errorbuf = FALSE; /* allow error message to get rewritten */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "PASV", NULL);
ftpc->count1++;
/* remain in the FTP_PASV state */
return result;
}
if(result)
return result;
conn->bits.tcpconnect = connected; /* simply TRUE or FALSE */
/*
* When this is used from the multi interface, this might've returned with
* the 'connected' set to FALSE and thus we are now awaiting a non-blocking
* connect to connect and we should not be "hanging" here waiting.
*/
if(data->set.verbose)
/* this just dumps information about this second connection */
ftp_pasv_verbose(conn, conninfo, newhost, connectport);
switch(data->set.proxytype) {
case CURLPROXY_SOCKS5:
result = Curl_SOCKS5(conn->proxyuser, conn->proxypasswd, newhost, newport,
SECONDARYSOCKET, conn);
break;
case CURLPROXY_HTTP:
/* do nothing here. handled later. */
break;
case CURLPROXY_SOCKS4:
result = Curl_SOCKS4(conn->proxyuser, newhost, newport,
SECONDARYSOCKET, conn);
break;
default:
failf(data, "unknown proxytype option given");
result = CURLE_COULDNT_CONNECT;
break;
}
#ifndef CURL_DISABLE_HTTP
if(conn->bits.tunnel_proxy && conn->bits.httpproxy) {
/* FIX: this MUST wait for a proper connect first if 'connected' is
* FALSE */
/* BLOCKING */
/* We want "seamless" FTP operations through HTTP proxy tunnel */
/* Curl_proxyCONNECT is based on a pointer to a struct HTTP at the member
* conn->proto.http; we want FTP through HTTP and we have to change the
* member temporarily for connecting to the HTTP proxy. After
* Curl_proxyCONNECT we have to set back the member to the original struct
* FTP pointer
*/
struct HTTP http_proxy;
struct FTP *ftp_save = data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
memset(&http_proxy, 0, sizeof(http_proxy));
data->reqdata.proto.http = &http_proxy;
result = Curl_proxyCONNECT(conn, SECONDARYSOCKET, newhost, newport);
data->reqdata.proto.ftp = ftp_save;
if(CURLE_OK != result)
return result;
}
#endif /* CURL_DISABLE_HTTP */
state(conn, FTP_STOP); /* this phase is completed */
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_port_resp(struct connectdata *conn,
int ftpcode)
{
struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
struct ftp_conn *ftpc = &conn->proto.ftpc;
ftpport fcmd = (ftpport)ftpc->count1;
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
if(ftpcode != 200) {
/* the command failed */
if (EPRT == fcmd) {
infof(data, "disabling EPRT usage\n");
conn->bits.ftp_use_eprt = FALSE;
}
fcmd++;
if(fcmd == DONE) {
failf(data, "Failed to do PORT");
result = CURLE_FTP_PORT_FAILED;
}
else
/* try next */
result = ftp_state_use_port(conn, fcmd);
}
else {
infof(data, "Connect data stream actively\n");
state(conn, FTP_STOP); /* end of DO phase */
}
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_mdtm_resp(struct connectdata *conn,
int ftpcode)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct SessionHandle *data=conn->data;
struct FTP *ftp = data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
switch(ftpcode) {
case 213:
{
/* we got a time. Format should be: "YYYYMMDDHHMMSS[.sss]" where the
last .sss part is optional and means fractions of a second */
int year, month, day, hour, minute, second;
char *buf = data->state.buffer;
if(6 == sscanf(buf+4, "%04d%02d%02d%02d%02d%02d",
&year, &month, &day, &hour, &minute, &second)) {
/* we have a time, reformat it */
time_t secs=time(NULL);
/* using the good old yacc/bison yuck */
snprintf(buf, sizeof(conn->data->state.buffer),
"%04d%02d%02d %02d:%02d:%02d GMT",
year, month, day, hour, minute, second);
/* now, convert this into a time() value: */
data->info.filetime = (long)curl_getdate(buf, &secs);
}
/* If we asked for a time of the file and we actually got one as well,
we "emulate" a HTTP-style header in our output. */
if(conn->bits.no_body &&
data->set.include_header &&
ftp->file &&
data->set.get_filetime &&
(data->info.filetime>=0) ) {
struct tm *tm;
time_t clock = (time_t)data->info.filetime;
#ifdef HAVE_GMTIME_R
struct tm buffer;
tm = (struct tm *)gmtime_r(&clock, &buffer);
#else
tm = gmtime(&clock);
#endif
/* format: "Tue, 15 Nov 1994 12:45:26" */
snprintf(buf, BUFSIZE-1,
"Last-Modified: %s, %02d %s %4d %02d:%02d:%02d GMT\r\n",
Curl_wkday[tm->tm_wday?tm->tm_wday-1:6],
tm->tm_mday,
Curl_month[tm->tm_mon],
tm->tm_year + 1900,
tm->tm_hour,
tm->tm_min,
tm->tm_sec);
result = Curl_client_write(conn, CLIENTWRITE_BOTH, buf, 0);
if(result)
return result;
} /* end of a ridiculous amount of conditionals */
}
break;
default:
infof(data, "unsupported MDTM reply format\n");
break;
case 550: /* "No such file or directory" */
failf(data, "Given file does not exist");
result = CURLE_FTP_COULDNT_RETR_FILE;
break;
}
if(data->set.timecondition) {
if((data->info.filetime > 0) && (data->set.timevalue > 0)) {
switch(data->set.timecondition) {
case CURL_TIMECOND_IFMODSINCE:
default:
if(data->info.filetime <= data->set.timevalue) {
infof(data, "The requested document is not new enough\n");
ftp->no_transfer = TRUE; /* mark this to not transfer data */
state(conn, FTP_STOP);
return CURLE_OK;
}
break;
case CURL_TIMECOND_IFUNMODSINCE:
if(data->info.filetime > data->set.timevalue) {
infof(data, "The requested document is not old enough\n");
ftp->no_transfer = TRUE; /* mark this to not transfer data */
state(conn, FTP_STOP);
return CURLE_OK;
}
break;
} /* switch */
}
else {
infof(data, "Skipping time comparison\n");
}
}
if(!result)
result = ftp_state_post_mdtm(conn);
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_type_resp(struct connectdata *conn,
int ftpcode,
ftpstate instate)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct SessionHandle *data=conn->data;
if(ftpcode/100 != 2) {
/* "sasserftpd" and "(u)r(x)bot ftpd" both responds with 226 after a
successful 'TYPE I'. While that is not as RFC959 says, it is still a
positive response code and we allow that. */
failf(data, "Couldn't set desired mode");
return CURLE_FTP_COULDNT_SET_BINARY; /* FIX */
}
if(ftpcode != 200)
infof(data, "Got a %03d response code instead of the assumed 200\n",
ftpcode);
if(instate == FTP_TYPE)
result = ftp_state_post_type(conn);
else if(instate == FTP_LIST_TYPE)
result = ftp_state_post_listtype(conn);
else if(instate == FTP_RETR_TYPE)
result = ftp_state_post_retrtype(conn);
else if(instate == FTP_STOR_TYPE)
result = ftp_state_post_stortype(conn);
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_post_retr_size(struct connectdata *conn,
curl_off_t filesize)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct SessionHandle *data=conn->data;
struct FTP *ftp = data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
if (data->set.max_filesize && (filesize > data->set.max_filesize)) {
failf(data, "Maximum file size exceeded");
return CURLE_FILESIZE_EXCEEDED;
}
ftp->downloadsize = filesize;
if(data->reqdata.resume_from) {
/* We always (attempt to) get the size of downloads, so it is done before
this even when not doing resumes. */
if(filesize == -1) {
infof(data, "ftp server doesn't support SIZE\n");
/* We couldn't get the size and therefore we can't know if there really
is a part of the file left to get, although the server will just
close the connection when we start the connection so it won't cause
us any harm, just not make us exit as nicely. */
}
else {
/* We got a file size report, so we check that there actually is a
part of the file left to get, or else we go home. */
if(data->reqdata.resume_from< 0) {
/* We're supposed to download the last abs(from) bytes */
if(filesize < -data->reqdata.resume_from) {
failf(data, "Offset (%" FORMAT_OFF_T
") was beyond file size (%" FORMAT_OFF_T ")",
data->reqdata.resume_from, filesize);
return CURLE_BAD_DOWNLOAD_RESUME;
}
/* convert to size to download */
ftp->downloadsize = -data->reqdata.resume_from;
/* download from where? */
data->reqdata.resume_from = filesize - ftp->downloadsize;
}
else {
if(filesize < data->reqdata.resume_from) {
failf(data, "Offset (%" FORMAT_OFF_T
") was beyond file size (%" FORMAT_OFF_T ")",
data->reqdata.resume_from, filesize);
return CURLE_BAD_DOWNLOAD_RESUME;
}
/* Now store the number of bytes we are expected to download */
ftp->downloadsize = filesize-data->reqdata.resume_from;
}
}
if(ftp->downloadsize == 0) {
/* no data to transfer */
result = Curl_setup_transfer(conn, -1, -1, FALSE, NULL, -1, NULL);
infof(data, "File already completely downloaded\n");
/* Set no_transfer so that we won't get any error in Curl_ftp_done()
* because we didn't transfer the any file */
ftp->no_transfer = TRUE;
state(conn, FTP_STOP);
return CURLE_OK;
}
/* Set resume file transfer offset */
infof(data, "Instructs server to resume from offset %" FORMAT_OFF_T
"\n", data->reqdata.resume_from);
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "REST %" FORMAT_OFF_T, data->reqdata.resume_from);
state(conn, FTP_RETR_REST);
}
else {
/* no resume */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "RETR %s", ftp->file);
state(conn, FTP_RETR);
}
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_size_resp(struct connectdata *conn,
int ftpcode,
ftpstate instate)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct SessionHandle *data=conn->data;
curl_off_t filesize;
char *buf = data->state.buffer;
/* get the size from the ascii string: */
filesize = (ftpcode == 213)?curlx_strtoofft(buf+4, NULL, 0):-1;
if(instate == FTP_SIZE) {
if(-1 != filesize) {
snprintf(buf, sizeof(data->state.buffer),
"Content-Length: %" FORMAT_OFF_T "\r\n", filesize);
result = Curl_client_write(conn, CLIENTWRITE_BOTH, buf, 0);
if(result)
return result;
}
result = ftp_state_post_size(conn);
}
else if(instate == FTP_RETR_SIZE)
result = ftp_state_post_retr_size(conn, filesize);
else if(instate == FTP_STOR_SIZE) {
data->reqdata.resume_from = filesize;
result = ftp_state_ul_setup(conn, TRUE);
}
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_rest_resp(struct connectdata *conn,
int ftpcode,
ftpstate instate)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct FTP *ftp = conn->data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
switch(instate) {
case FTP_REST:
default:
if (ftpcode == 350) {
result = Curl_client_write(conn, CLIENTWRITE_BOTH,
(char *)"Accept-ranges: bytes\r\n", 0);
if(result)
return result;
}
result = ftp_state_post_rest(conn);
break;
case FTP_RETR_REST:
if (ftpcode != 350) {
failf(conn->data, "Couldn't use REST");
result = CURLE_FTP_COULDNT_USE_REST;
}
else {
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "RETR %s", ftp->file);
state(conn, FTP_RETR);
}
break;
}
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_state_stor_resp(struct connectdata *conn,
int ftpcode)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
struct FTP *ftp = data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
if(ftpcode>=400) {
failf(data, "Failed FTP upload: %0d", ftpcode);
/* oops, we never close the sockets! */
return CURLE_FTP_COULDNT_STOR_FILE;
}
if(data->set.ftp_use_port) {
/* BLOCKING */
/* PORT means we are now awaiting the server to connect to us. */
result = AllowServerConnect(conn);
if( result )
return result;
}
if(conn->ssl[SECONDARYSOCKET].use) {
/* since we only have a plaintext TCP connection here, we must now
do the TLS stuff */
infof(data, "Doing the SSL/TLS handshake on the data stream\n");
/* BLOCKING */
result = Curl_ssl_connect(conn, SECONDARYSOCKET);
if(result)
return result;
}
*(ftp->bytecountp)=0;
/* When we know we're uploading a specified file, we can get the file
size prior to the actual upload. */
Curl_pgrsSetUploadSize(data, data->set.infilesize);
result = Curl_setup_transfer(conn, -1, -1, FALSE, NULL, /* no download */
SECONDARYSOCKET, ftp->bytecountp);
state(conn, FTP_STOP);
return result;
}
/* for LIST and RETR responses */
static CURLcode ftp_state_get_resp(struct connectdata *conn,
int ftpcode,
ftpstate instate)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
struct FTP *ftp = data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
char *buf = data->state.buffer;
if((ftpcode == 150) || (ftpcode == 125)) {
/*
A;
150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for /etc/passwd (2241
bytes). (ok, the file is being transfered)
B:
150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for /bin/ls
C:
150 ASCII data connection for /bin/ls (137.167.104.91,37445) (0 bytes).
D:
150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for /linux/fisk/kpanelrc (0.0.0.0,0) (545 bytes).
E:
125 Data connection already open; Transfer starting. */
curl_off_t size=-1; /* default unknown size */
/*
* It appears that there are FTP-servers that return size 0 for files when
* SIZE is used on the file while being in BINARY mode. To work around
* that (stupid) behavior, we attempt to parse the RETR response even if
* the SIZE returned size zero.
*
* Debugging help from Salvatore Sorrentino on February 26, 2003.
*/
if((instate != FTP_LIST) &&
!data->set.prefer_ascii &&
(ftp->downloadsize < 1)) {
/*
* It seems directory listings either don't show the size or very
* often uses size 0 anyway. ASCII transfers may very well turn out
* that the transfered amount of data is not the same as this line
* tells, why using this number in those cases only confuses us.
*
* Example D above makes this parsing a little tricky */
char *bytes;
bytes=strstr(buf, " bytes");
if(bytes--) {
long in=(long)(bytes-buf);
/* this is a hint there is size information in there! ;-) */
while(--in) {
/* scan for the left parenthesis and break there */
if('(' == *bytes)
break;
/* skip only digits */
if(!ISDIGIT(*bytes)) {
bytes=NULL;
break;
}
/* one more estep backwards */
bytes--;
}
/* if we have nothing but digits: */
if(bytes++) {
/* get the number! */
size = curlx_strtoofft(bytes, NULL, 0);
}
}
}
else if(ftp->downloadsize > -1)
size = ftp->downloadsize;
if(data->set.ftp_use_port) {
/* BLOCKING */
result = AllowServerConnect(conn);
if( result )
return result;
}
if(conn->ssl[SECONDARYSOCKET].use) {
/* since we only have a plaintext TCP connection here, we must now
do the TLS stuff */
infof(data, "Doing the SSL/TLS handshake on the data stream\n");
result = Curl_ssl_connect(conn, SECONDARYSOCKET);
if(result)
return result;
}
if(size > data->reqdata.maxdownload && data->reqdata.maxdownload > 0)
size = data->reqdata.size = data->reqdata.maxdownload;
infof(data, "Maxdownload = %" FORMAT_OFF_T "\n", data->reqdata.maxdownload);
if(instate != FTP_LIST)
infof(data, "Getting file with size: %" FORMAT_OFF_T "\n", size);
/* FTP download: */
result=Curl_setup_transfer(conn, SECONDARYSOCKET, size, FALSE,
ftp->bytecountp,
-1, NULL); /* no upload here */
if(result)
return result;
state(conn, FTP_STOP);
}
else {
if((instate == FTP_LIST) && (ftpcode == 450)) {
/* simply no matching files in the dir listing */
ftp->no_transfer = TRUE; /* don't download anything */
state(conn, FTP_STOP); /* this phase is over */
}
else {
failf(data, "RETR response: %03d", ftpcode);
return CURLE_FTP_COULDNT_RETR_FILE;
}
}
return result;
}
/* after USER, PASS and ACCT */
static CURLcode ftp_state_loggedin(struct connectdata *conn)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
#ifdef HAVE_KRB4
if(conn->data->set.krb4) {
/* We are logged in, asked to use Kerberos. Set the requested
* protection level
*/
if(conn->sec_complete)
/* BLOCKING */
Curl_sec_set_protection_level(conn);
/* We may need to issue a KAUTH here to have access to the files
* do it if user supplied a password
*/
if(conn->passwd && *conn->passwd) {
/* BLOCKING */
result = Curl_krb_kauth(conn);
if(result)
return result;
}
}
#endif
if(conn->ssl[FIRSTSOCKET].use) {
/* PBSZ = PROTECTION BUFFER SIZE.
The 'draft-murray-auth-ftp-ssl' (draft 12, page 7) says:
Specifically, the PROT command MUST be preceded by a PBSZ
command and a PBSZ command MUST be preceded by a successful
security data exchange (the TLS negotiation in this case)
... (and on page 8):
Thus the PBSZ command must still be issued, but must have a
parameter of '0' to indicate that no buffering is taking place
and the data connection should not be encapsulated.
*/
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "PBSZ %d", 0);
state(conn, FTP_PBSZ);
}
else {
result = ftp_state_pwd(conn);
}
return result;
}
/* for USER and PASS responses */
static CURLcode ftp_state_user_resp(struct connectdata *conn,
int ftpcode,
ftpstate instate)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
struct FTP *ftp = data->reqdata.proto.ftp;
struct ftp_conn *ftpc = &conn->proto.ftpc;
(void)instate; /* no use for this yet */
if((ftpcode == 331) && (ftpc->state == FTP_USER)) {
/* 331 Password required for ...
(the server requires to send the user's password too) */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "PASS %s", ftp->passwd?ftp->passwd:"");
state(conn, FTP_PASS);
}
else if(ftpcode/100 == 2) {
/* 230 User ... logged in.
(the user logged in with or without password) */
result = ftp_state_loggedin(conn);
}
else if(ftpcode == 332) {
if(data->set.ftp_account) {
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "ACCT %s", data->set.ftp_account);
state(conn, FTP_ACCT);
}
else {
failf(data, "ACCT requested but none available");
result = CURLE_LOGIN_DENIED;
}
}
else {
/* All other response codes, like:
530 User ... access denied
(the server denies to log the specified user) */
if (conn->data->set.ftp_alternative_to_user &&
!conn->data->state.ftp_trying_alternative) {
/* Ok, USER failed. Let's try the supplied command. */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "%s", conn->data->set.ftp_alternative_to_user);
conn->data->state.ftp_trying_alternative = TRUE;
state(conn, FTP_USER);
result = CURLE_OK;
}
else {
failf(data, "Access denied: %03d", ftpcode);
result = CURLE_LOGIN_DENIED;
}
}
return result;
}
/* for ACCT response */
static CURLcode ftp_state_acct_resp(struct connectdata *conn,
int ftpcode)
{
CURLcode result = CURLE_OK;
struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
if(ftpcode != 230) {
failf(data, "ACCT rejected by server: %03d", ftpcode);
result = CURLE_FTP_WEIRD_PASS_REPLY; /* FIX */
}
else
result = ftp_state_loggedin(conn);
return result;
}
static CURLcode ftp_statemach_act(struct connectdata *conn)
{
CURLcode result;
curl_socket_t sock = conn->sock[FIRSTSOCKET];
struct SessionHandle *data=conn->data;
int ftpcode;
struct ftp_conn *ftpc = &conn->proto.ftpc;
static const char * const ftpauth[] = {
"SSL", "TLS"
};
size_t nread = 0;
if(ftpc->sendleft) {
/* we have a piece of a command still left to send */
ssize_t written;
result = Curl_write(conn, sock, ftpc->sendthis + ftpc->sendsize -
ftpc->sendleft, ftpc->sendleft, &written);
if(result)
return result;
if(written != (ssize_t)ftpc->sendleft) {
/* only a fraction was sent */
ftpc->sendleft -= written;
}
else {
free(ftpc->sendthis);
ftpc->sendthis=NULL;
ftpc->sendleft = ftpc->sendsize = 0;
ftpc->response = Curl_tvnow();
}
return CURLE_OK;
}
/* we read a piece of response */
result = ftp_readresp(sock, conn, &ftpcode, &nread);
if(result)
return result;
if(ftpcode) {
/* we have now received a full FTP server response */
switch(ftpc->state) {
case FTP_WAIT220:
if(ftpcode != 220) {
failf(data, "This doesn't seem like a nice ftp-server response");
return CURLE_FTP_WEIRD_SERVER_REPLY;
}
/* We have received a 220 response fine, now we proceed. */
#ifdef HAVE_KRB4
if(data->set.krb4) {
/* If not anonymous login, try a secure login. Note that this
procedure is still BLOCKING. */
Curl_sec_request_prot(conn, "private");
/* We set private first as default, in case the line below fails to
set a valid level */
Curl_sec_request_prot(conn, data->set.krb4_level);
if(Curl_sec_login(conn) != 0)
infof(data, "Logging in with password in cleartext!\n");
else
infof(data, "Authentication successful\n");
}
#endif
if(data->set.ftp_ssl && !conn->ssl[FIRSTSOCKET].use) {
/* We don't have a SSL/TLS connection yet, but FTPS is
requested. Try a FTPS connection now */
ftpc->count3=0;
switch(data->set.ftpsslauth) {
case CURLFTPAUTH_DEFAULT:
case CURLFTPAUTH_SSL:
ftpc->count2 = 1; /* add one to get next */
ftpc->count1 = 0;
break;
case CURLFTPAUTH_TLS:
ftpc->count2 = -1; /* subtract one to get next */
ftpc->count1 = 1;
break;
default:
failf(data, "unsupported parameter to CURLOPT_FTPSSLAUTH: %d\n",
data->set.ftpsslauth);
return CURLE_FAILED_INIT; /* we don't know what to do */
}
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "AUTH %s", ftpauth[ftpc->count1]);
state(conn, FTP_AUTH);
}
else {
result = ftp_state_user(conn);
if(result)
return result;
}
break;
case FTP_AUTH:
/* we have gotten the response to a previous AUTH command */
/* RFC2228 (page 5) says:
*
* If the server is willing to accept the named security mechanism,
* and does not require any security data, it must respond with
* reply code 234/334.
*/
if((ftpcode == 234) || (ftpcode == 334)) {
/* Curl_ssl_connect is BLOCKING */
result = Curl_ssl_connect(conn, FIRSTSOCKET);
if(CURLE_OK == result) {
conn->protocol |= PROT_FTPS;
conn->ssl[SECONDARYSOCKET].use = FALSE; /* clear-text data */
result = ftp_state_user(conn);
}
}
else if(ftpc->count3 < 1) {
ftpc->count3++;
ftpc->count1 += ftpc->count2; /* get next attempt */
result = Curl_nbftpsendf(conn, "AUTH %s", ftpauth[ftpc->count1]);
/* remain in this same state */
}
else {
if(data->set.ftp_ssl > CURLFTPSSL_TRY)
/* we failed and CURLFTPSSL_CONTROL or CURLFTPSSL_ALL is set */
result = CURLE_FTP_SSL_FAILED;
else
/* ignore the failure and continue */
result = ftp_state_user(conn);
}
if(result)
return result;
break;
case FTP_USER:
case FTP_PASS:
result = ftp_state_user_resp(conn, ftpcode, ftpc->state);
break;
case FTP_ACCT:
result = ftp_state_acct_resp(conn, ftpcode);
break;
case FTP_PBSZ:
/* FIX: check response code */
/* For TLS, the data connection can have one of two security levels.
1) Clear (requested by 'PROT C')
2)Private (requested by 'PROT P')
*/
if(!conn->ssl[SECONDARYSOCKET].use) {
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "PROT %c",
data->set.ftp_ssl == CURLFTPSSL_CONTROL ? 'C' : 'P');
state(conn, FTP_PROT);
}
else {
result = ftp_state_pwd(conn);
if(result)
return result;
}
break;
case FTP_PROT:
if(ftpcode/100 == 2)
/* We have enabled SSL for the data connection! */
conn->ssl[SECONDARYSOCKET].use =
(bool)(data->set.ftp_ssl != CURLFTPSSL_CONTROL);
/* FTP servers typically responds with 500 if they decide to reject
our 'P' request */
else if(data->set.ftp_ssl> CURLFTPSSL_CONTROL)
/* we failed and bails out */
return CURLE_FTP_SSL_FAILED;
if(data->set.ftp_ccc) {
/* CCC - Clear Command Channel
*/
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "CCC", NULL);
state(conn, FTP_CCC);
}
else {
result = ftp_state_pwd(conn);
if(result)
return result;
}
break;
case FTP_CCC:
if (ftpcode < 500) {
/* First shut down the SSL layer (note: this call will block) */
result = Curl_ssl_shutdown(conn, FIRSTSOCKET);
if(result) {
failf(conn->data, "Failed to clear the command channel (CCC)");
return result;
}
}
/* Then continue as normal */
result = ftp_state_pwd(conn);
if(result)
return result;
break;
case FTP_PWD:
if(ftpcode == 257) {
char *dir = (char *)malloc(nread+1);
char *store=dir;
char *ptr=&data->state.buffer[4]; /* start on the first letter */
if(!dir)
return CURLE_OUT_OF_MEMORY;
/* Reply format is like
257<space>"<directory-name>"<space><commentary> and the RFC959
says
The directory name can contain any character; embedded
double-quotes should be escaped by double-quotes (the
"quote-doubling" convention).
*/
if('\"' == *ptr) {
/* it started good */
ptr++;
while(ptr && *ptr) {
if('\"' == *ptr) {
if('\"' == ptr[1]) {
/* "quote-doubling" */
*store = ptr[1];
ptr++;
}
else {
/* end of path */
*store = '\0'; /* zero terminate */
break; /* get out of this loop */
}
}
else
*store = *ptr;
store++;
ptr++;
}
ftpc->entrypath =dir; /* remember this */
infof(data, "Entry path is '%s'\n", ftpc->entrypath);
/* also save it where getinfo can access it: */
data->state.most_recent_ftp_entrypath = ftpc->entrypath;
}
else {
/* couldn't get the path */
free(dir);
infof(data, "Failed to figure out path\n");
}
}
state(conn, FTP_STOP); /* we are done with the CONNECT phase! */
DEBUGF(infof(data, "protocol connect phase DONE\n"));
break;
case FTP_QUOTE:
case FTP_POSTQUOTE:
case FTP_RETR_PREQUOTE:
case FTP_STOR_PREQUOTE:
if(ftpcode >= 400) {
failf(conn->data, "QUOT command failed with %03d", ftpcode);
return CURLE_FTP_QUOTE_ERROR;
}
result = ftp_state_quote(conn, FALSE, ftpc->state);
if(result)
return result;
break;
case FTP_CWD:
if(ftpcode/100 != 2) {
/* failure to CWD there */
if(conn->data->set.ftp_create_missing_dirs &&
ftpc->count1 && !ftpc->count2) {
/* try making it */
ftpc->count2++; /* counter to prevent CWD-MKD loops */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "MKD %s", ftpc->dirs[ftpc->count1 - 1]);
state(conn, FTP_MKD);
}
else {
/* return failure */
failf(data, "Server denied you to change to the given directory");
ftpc->cwdfail = TRUE; /* don't remember this path as we failed
to enter it */
return CURLE_FTP_ACCESS_DENIED;
}
}
else {
/* success */
ftpc->count2=0;
if(++ftpc->count1 <= ftpc->dirdepth) {
/* send next CWD */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "CWD %s", ftpc->dirs[ftpc->count1 - 1]);
}
else {
result = ftp_state_post_cwd(conn);
if(result)
return result;
}
}
break;
case FTP_MKD:
if(ftpcode/100 != 2) {
/* failure to MKD the dir */
failf(data, "Failed to MKD dir: %03d", ftpcode);
return CURLE_FTP_ACCESS_DENIED;
}
state(conn, FTP_CWD);
/* send CWD */
NBFTPSENDF(conn, "CWD %s", ftpc->dirs[ftpc->count1 - 1]);
break;
case FTP_MDTM:
result = ftp_state_mdtm_resp(conn, ftpcode);
break;
case FTP_TYPE:
case FTP_LIST_TYPE:
case FTP_RETR_TYPE:
case FTP_STOR_TYPE:
result = ftp_state_type_resp(conn, ftpcode, ftpc->state);
break;
case FTP_SIZE:
case FTP_RETR_SIZE:
case FTP_STOR_SIZE:
result = ftp_state_size_resp(conn, ftpcode, ftpc->state);
break;
case FTP_REST:
case FTP_RETR_REST:
result = ftp_state_rest_resp(conn, ftpcode, ftpc->state);
break;
case FTP_PASV:
result = ftp_state_pasv_resp(conn, ftpcode);
break;
case FTP_PORT:
result = ftp_state_port_resp(conn, ftpcode);
break;
case FTP_LIST:
case FTP_RETR:
result = ftp_state_get_resp(conn, ftpcode, ftpc->state);
break;
case FTP_STOR:
result = ftp_state_stor_resp(conn, ftpcode);
break;
case FTP_QUIT:
/* fallthrough, just stop! */
default:
/* internal error */
state(conn, FTP_STOP);
break;
}
} /* if(ftpcode) */
return result;
}