Commit b938908e authored by Jussi Laakkonen's avatar Jussi Laakkonen

[connman] Dynamic firewall rules for tethering. JB#43927 JB#43928

This commit adds use of dynamic rules for tethering. When tethering is
enabled notifier calls tethering_changed which firewall.c reacts by
enabling firewall rules to allow from the tethering interface:
 - Wifi: existing rules set for the group "tethering", all if none set
 - All others (e.g., usb tethering uses gadget type): All traffic

Added a configuration group "tethering" which is identical to any other
device in the configuration, same rules apply. These rules are enabled
only for WiFi hotspot and used alone if they have been set. Empty
"tethering" group rules results in the default rules (all traffic). The
chain used does not matter, if there is at least only one rule, only
that one is applied.

If tethering ident is not set, plain "tethering_default" is used as
identifier to save the firewall context into the dynamic rules.

If tethering firewall cannot be created or enabled tethering is set off
by calling connman_technology_tethering_notify() that generates a proper
notification for UI to catch.

Changed to use plain interface name (ifname) when cloning or setting
interface info instead of struct connman_service. This way same
functions can be used with other than service state changing notifier
function. The ifname has to be passed as char* even though it is
duplicated for each rule that is affected because of glib list traversal
functions.
parent 4e0313eb
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......@@ -132,6 +132,29 @@ struct connman_service *connman_service_lookup_from_identifier(
return NULL;
}
const char *__connman_technology_get_tethering_ident(
struct connman_technology *tech)
{
return NULL;
}
const char *__connman_tethering_get_bridge(void)
{
return "tether";
}
enum connman_service_type __connman_technology_get_type(
struct connman_technology *tech)
{
return 0;
}
void connman_technology_tethering_notify(struct connman_technology *technology,
bool enabled)
{
return;
}
static bool assert_rule(int type, const char *table_name, const char *rule)
{
char *cmd, *output, **lines;
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