Decode RPC layer.
Header object Methods defined here: --------------------- __init__(self, size, last_fragment) Constructor which takes the size and last fragment as inputs
Prog object Methods defined here: --------------------- __init__(self, unpack) Constructor which takes the Unpack object as input
RPC object Usage: from packet.application.rpc import RPC # Decode the RPC header x = RPC(pktt_obj, proto=6) # Decode NFS layer nfs = x.decode_payload() Object definition: RPC( [ # If TCP fragment_hdr = Header( last_fragment = int, size = int, ), ] xid = int, type = int, [ # If type == 0 (RPC call) rpc_version = int, program = int, version = int, procedure = int, credential = Credential( data = string, flavor = int, size = int, ), verifier = Credential( data = string, flavor = int, size = int, ), ] | [ # If type == 1 (RPC reply) reply_status = int, [ # If reply_status == 0 verifier = Credential( data = string, flavor = int, size = int, ), accepted_status = int, [ # If accepted_status == 2 prog_mismatch = Prog( low = int, high = int, ) ] ] | [ # If reply_status != 0 rejected_status = int, [ # If rejected_status == 0 prog_mismatch = Prog( low = int, high = int, ) ] | [ # If rejected_status != 0 auth_status = int, ] ] ] [data = string] # raw data of payload if unable to decode ) Methods defined here: --------------------- __init__(self, pktt, proto, state=True) Constructor Initialize object's private data. pktt: Packet trace object (packet.pktt.Pktt) so this layer has access to the parent layers. proto: Transport layer protocol. state: Save call state. [default: True] __nonzero__(self) Truth value testing for the built-in operation bool() __str__(self) String representation of object The representation depends on the verbose level set by debug_repr(). If set to 0 the generic object representation is returned. If set to 1 the representation of the object is: 'RPC call program: 100003, version: 4, procedure: 0, xid: 0xe37d3d5 ' If set to 2 the representation of the object is as follows: 'CALL(0), program: 100003, version: 4, procedure: 0, xid: 0xe37d3d5' decode_payload(self) Decode RPC load For RPC calls it is easy to decide if the RPC payload is an NFS packet since the RPC program is in the RPC header, which for NFS the program number is 100003. On the other hand, for RPC replies the RPC header does not have any information on what the payload is, so the transaction ID (xid) is used to map the replies to their calls and thus deciding if RPC payload is an NFS packet or not. This is further complicated when trying to decode callbacks, since the program number for callbacks could be any number in the transient program range [0x40000000, 0x5FFFFFFF]. Therefore, any program number in the transient range is considered a callback and if the decoding succeeds then this is an NFS callback, otherwise it is not. Since the RPC replies do not contain any information about what type of payload, when they are decoded correctly as NFS replies this information is inserted in the RPC (pkt.rpc) object. This information includes program number, RPC version, procedure number as well as the call_index which is the packet index of its corresponding call for each reply. x.pkt.nfs = <NFSobject> where <NFSobject> is an object of type COMPOUND4args or COMPOUND4res class COMPOUND4args( tag = string, minorversion = int, argarray = , ) The argarray is a list of nfs_argop4 objects: class nfs_argop4( argop = int, [<opobject> = <opargobject>,] ) where opobject could be opsequence, opgetattr, etc., and opargobject is the object which has the arguments for the given opobject, e.g., SEQUENCE4args, GETATTR4args, etc. class COMPOUND4res( tag = string, status = int, resarray = , ) The resarray is a list of nfs_resop4 objects: class nfs_resop4( resop = int, [<opobject> = <opresobject>,] ) where opobject could be opsequence, opgetattr, etc., and opresobject is the object which has the results for the given opobject, e.g., SEQUENCE4res, GETATTR4res, etc.
baseobj(3), packet.application.gss(3), packet.nfs.mount3(3), packet.nfs.nfs(3), packet.nfs.nlm4(3), packet.nfs.portmap2(3), packet.utils(3)
No known bugs.
Jorge Mora (firstname.lastname@example.org)
14 February 2017 NFStest 2.1.5 rpc 1.3