Commit 4757a1b6 authored by matzakos's avatar matzakos

Added remaining fill_harq indication functions + the functionality to handle...

Added remaining fill_harq indication functions + the functionality to handle ul_config request pdus arriving from nfapi-vnf: trigger the appropriate UE_MAC and fill_indication functions to prepare the UL_indications which will be put into the socket for transfer back to vnf. Main changes within phy_stub_UE().
parent 6719eefb
/*
* Copyright 2017 Cisco Systems, Inc.
*
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
* You may obtain a copy of the License at
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#ifndef _DEBUG_H_
#define _DEBUG_H_
/*! The trace levels used by the nfapi libraries */
typedef enum nfapi_trace_level
{
NFAPI_TRACE_ERROR = 1,
NFAPI_TRACE_WARN,
NFAPI_TRACE_NOTE,
NFAPI_TRACE_INFO,
NFAPI_TRACE_LEVEL_MAX
} nfapi_trace_level_t;
/*! The trace function pointer */
typedef void (*nfapi_trace_fn_t)(nfapi_trace_level_t level, const char* format, ...);
/*! Global trace function */
extern nfapi_trace_fn_t nfapi_trace_g;
/*! Global trace level */
extern nfapi_trace_level_t nfapi_trace_level_g;
/*! NFAPI trace macro */
#define NFAPI_TRACE(level, format, ...) { if(nfapi_trace_g && ((nfapi_trace_level_t)level <= nfapi_trace_level_g)) (*nfapi_trace_g)(level, format, ##__VA_ARGS__); }
/*! Function to change the trace level
* \param new_level The modified trace level
*/
void nfapi_set_trace_level(nfapi_trace_level_t new_level);
#endif /* _DEBUG_H_ */
/*
* Copyright 2017 Cisco Systems, Inc.
*
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
* You may obtain a copy of the License at
*
* http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
*
* Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
* distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
* WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
* See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
* limitations under the License.
*/
#ifndef _NFAPI_PNF_INTERFACE_H_
#define _NFAPI_PNF_INTERFACE_H_
#if defined(__cplusplus)
extern "C" {
#endif
#include "nfapi_interface.h"
#include "debug.h"
#include <sys/types.h>
/*! This enum is used to describe the states of the pnf
*/
typedef enum
{
NFAPI_PNF_IDLE = 0,
NFAPI_PNF_CONFIGURED,
NFAPI_PNF_RUNNING
} nfapi_pnf_state_e;
/*! This enum is used to describe the states of a phy instance of a pnf
*/
typedef enum
{
NFAPI_PNF_PHY_IDLE = 0,
NFAPI_PNF_PHY_CONFIGURED = 1,
NFAPI_PNF_PHY_RUNNING = 2
} nfapi_pnf_phy_state_e;
typedef struct nfapi_pnf_phy_config nfapi_pnf_phy_config_t;
/*! Configuration information for a pnf phy instance
*/
typedef struct nfapi_pnf_phy_config
{
/*! The PHY id*/
uint16_t phy_id;
/*! The state of the PNF PHY instance*/
nfapi_pnf_phy_state_e state;
/*! Optional user defined data that will be passed back in the callbacks*/
void* user_data;
/*! Pointer for use in a linked list */
struct nfapi_pnf_phy_config* next;
} nfapi_pnf_phy_config_t;
typedef struct nfapi_pnf_config nfapi_pnf_config_t;
/*! Configuration information for the pnf created by calling nfapi_pnf_create
*/
typedef struct nfapi_pnf_config
{
/*! A user define callback to override the default memory allocation
* \param size The size of the data buffer to allocate
* \return A pointer to a data buffer
*/
void* (*malloc)(size_t size);
/*! A user define callback to override the default memory deallocation
* \param ptr Pointer to a data buffer to be deallocated
*/
void (*free)(void* ptr);
/*! A user define callback to handle trace from the pnf
* \param level The trace level
* \param message The trace string
*
* This is a vardic function.
*/
void (*trace)(nfapi_trace_level_t level, const char* message, ...);
/*! The ip address of the VNF
*
*/
char* vnf_ip_addr;
/*! The ip port of the VNF
*/
int vnf_p5_port;
/*! The state of the PNF */
nfapi_pnf_state_e state;
/*! List of PHY instances configured for this PNF */
nfapi_pnf_phy_config_t* phys;
/*! Configuation option of the p4 p5 encode decode functions */
nfapi_p4_p5_codec_config_t codec_config;
/*! Optional user defined data that will be passed back in the callbacks*/
void* user_data;
/*! A callback for the PNF_PARAM.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded PNF_PARAM.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the PNF_PARAM.response after receiving the
* PNF_PARAM.request. This can be done in the call back.
*/
int (*pnf_param_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_param_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the PNF_CONFIG.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded PNF_CONFIG.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the PNF_CONFIG.response after receiving the
* PNF_CONFIG.request. This can be done in the call back.
*/
int (*pnf_config_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_config_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the PNF_START.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded PNF_CONFIG.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the PNF_START.response after receiving the
* PNF_START.request. This can be done in the call back.
*/
int (*pnf_start_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_start_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the PNF_STOP.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded PNF_STOP.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the PNF_STOP.response after receiving the
* PNF_STOP.request. This can be done in the call back.
*/
int (*pnf_stop_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_stop_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the PARAM.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param phy A pointer to the pnf phy configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded PARAM.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the PARAM.response after receiving the
* PARAM.request. This can be done in the call back.
*/
int (*param_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_phy_config_t* phy, nfapi_param_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the CONFIG.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param phy A pointer to the pnf phy configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded CONFIG.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the CONFIG.response after receiving the
* CONFIG.request. This can be done in the call back.
*/
int (*config_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_phy_config_t* phy, nfapi_config_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the START.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param phy A pointer to the pnf phy configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded START.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the START.response after the client has received the
* first subframe indication from FAPI.
*/
int (*start_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_phy_config_t* phy, nfapi_start_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the STOP.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param phy A pointer to the pnf phy configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded STOP.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the STOP.response after receiving the
* STOP.request. This can be done in the call back.
*/
int (*stop_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_phy_config_t* phy, nfapi_stop_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the MEASUREMENT.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param phy A pointer to the pnf phy configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded MEASUREMENT.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the MEASUREMENT.response after receiving the
* MEASUREMENT.request. This can be done in the call back.
*/
int (*measurement_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_phy_config_t* phy, nfapi_measurement_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the RSSI.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param phy A pointer to the pnf phy configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded RSSI.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the RSSI.response after receiving the
* RSSI.request. This can be done in the call back.
*/
int (*rssi_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_phy_config_t* phy, nfapi_rssi_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the CELL_SEARCH.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param phy A pointer to the pnf phy configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded CELL_SEARCH.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the CELL_SEARCH.response after receiving the
* CELL_SEARCH.request. This can be done in the call back.
*/
int (*cell_search_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_phy_config_t* phy, nfapi_cell_search_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the BROADCAST_DETECT.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param phy A pointer to the pnf phy configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded BROADCAST_DETECT.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the BROADCAST_DETECT.response after receiving the
* BROADCAST_DETECT.request. This can be done in the call back.
*/
int (*broadcast_detect_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_phy_config_t* phy, nfapi_broadcast_detect_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the SYSTEM_INFORMATION_SCHEDULE.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param phy A pointer to the pnf phy configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded SYSTEM_INFORMATION_SCHEDULE.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the SYSTEM_INFORMATION_SCHEDULE.response after receiving the
* SYSTEM_INFORMATION_SCHEDULE.request. This can be done in the call back.
*/
int (*system_information_schedule_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_phy_config_t* phy, nfapi_system_information_schedule_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the SYSTEM_INFORMATION.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param phy A pointer to the pnf phy configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded SYSTEM_INFORMATION.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the SYSTEM_INFORMATION.response after receiving the
* SYSTEM_INFORMATION.request. This can be done in the call back.
*/
int (*system_information_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_phy_config_t* phy, nfapi_system_information_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the NMM_STOP.request
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param phy A pointer to the pnf phy configuration
* \param req A data structure for the decoded NMM_STOP.request. This will have
* been allocated on the stack
* \return not currently used
*
* The client is expected to send the NMM_STOP.response after receiving the
* NMM_STOP.request. This can be done in the call back.
*/
int (*nmm_stop_req)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_phy_config_t* phy, nfapi_nmm_stop_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for any vendor extension messages recevied
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \param msg A pointer to the decode P4/P5 message
* \return not current used
*/
int (*vendor_ext)(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_p4_p5_message_header_t* msg);
/*! A callback to allocate vendor extension message
* \param message_id The message id from the decode P4/P5 message header
* \param msg_size A pointer a the size of the allocated message structure. The callee should set this
* \return A pointer to a allocated P4/P5 message structure
*/
nfapi_p4_p5_message_header_t* (*allocate_p4_p5_vendor_ext)(uint16_t message_id, uint16_t* msg_size);
/*! A callback to deallocate vendor extension message
* \param header A pointer to an P4/P5 message structure
*/
void (*deallocate_p4_p5_vendor_ext)(nfapi_p4_p5_message_header_t* header);
} nfapi_pnf_config_t;
/*! Create a pnf configuration
* \return A pointer to a pnf configuration struture
*
* This function will create and initialize a pnf instance. It is expected that
* the client will set the callback and parameters need before calling nfapi_pnf_start
*
* 0 will be returned if it fails.
*
* \code
* nfapi_pnf_config_t* config = nfapi_pnf_config_create(void);
* \endcode
*/
nfapi_pnf_config_t* nfapi_pnf_config_create(void);
/*! Delete a pnf configuration
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \return 0 is success, -1 for failure
*/
int nfapi_pnf_config_destroy(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config);
/*! Start the PNF library.
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \return 0 is success, -1 for failure
*
* This function will not return until nfapi_pnf_stop is called
*
* \code
* // Create the pnf config
* nfapi_pnf_config_t* config = nfapi_pnf_config_create(void);
*
* // Assumed that the vnf_address and vnf_port are provided over the P9 interface
* config->vnf_ip_addr = vnf_address;
* config->vnf_p5_port = vnf_port;
*
* // Set the required callbacks
* config->pnf_param_req = &pnf_param_request;
* ...
*
* // Call start for the PNF to initiate a connection to the VNF
* nfai_pnf_start(config);
*
* \endcode
*/
int nfapi_pnf_start(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config);
/*! Stop the PNF library.
* \param config A pointer to the pnf configuration
* \return 0 is success, -1 for failure
*
* This function will cause the nfapi_pnf_start function to return
*/
int nfapi_pnf_stop(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config);
/*! Send the PNF_PARAM.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_pnf_param_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_param_response_t* resp);
/*! Send the PNF_CONFIG.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_pnf_config_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_config_response_t* resp);
/*! Send the PNF_START.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_pnf_start_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_start_response_t* resp);
/*! Send the PNF_STOP.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_pnf_stop_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_pnf_stop_response_t* resp);
/*! Send the PARAM.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_param_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_param_response_t* resp);
/*! Send the CONFIG.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_config_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_config_response_t* resp);
/*! Send the START.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_start_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_start_response_t* resp);
/*! Send the STOP.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_stop_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_stop_response_t* resp);
/*! Send the MEASUREMENT.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_measurement_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_measurement_response_t* resp);
/*! Send the RSSI.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_rssi_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_rssi_response_t* resp);
/*! Send the RSSI.indication
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param ind A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_rssi_ind(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_rssi_indication_t* ind);
/*! Send the CELL_SEARCH.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_cell_search_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_cell_search_response_t* resp);
/*! Send the CELL_SEARCH.indication
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param ind A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_cell_search_ind(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_cell_search_indication_t* ind);
/*! Send the BROADCAST_DETECT.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_broadcast_detect_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_broadcast_detect_response_t* resp);
/*! Send the BROADCAST_DETECT.indication
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param ind A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_broadcast_detect_ind(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_broadcast_detect_indication_t* ind);
/*! Send the SYSTEM_INFORMATION_SCHEDULE.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_system_information_schedule_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_system_information_schedule_response_t* resp);
/*! Send the SYSTEM_INFORMATION_SCHEDULE.indication
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param ind A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_system_information_schedule_ind(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_system_information_schedule_indication_t* ind);
/*! Send the SYSTEM_INFORMATION.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_system_information_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_system_information_response_t* resp);
/*! Send the SYSTEM_INFORMATION.indication
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param ind A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_system_information_ind(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_system_information_indication_t* ind);
/*! Send the NMM_STOP.response
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param resp A pointer to the message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_nmm_stop_resp(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_nmm_stop_response_t* resp);
/*! Send a vendor extension message
* \param config A pointer to a pnf configuraiton
* \param msg A pointer to the vendor extention message structure
* \param msg_len The size of the vendor extention message structure
* \return 0 for success, -1 for failure
*
*/
int nfapi_pnf_vendor_extension(nfapi_pnf_config_t* config, nfapi_p4_p5_message_header_t* msg, uint32_t msg_len);
//--------------------------
/*! A subframe buffer structure which can be used by the client to
* to configure the dummy information
*/
typedef struct
{
uint16_t sfn_sf;
nfapi_dl_config_request_t* dl_config_req;
nfapi_ul_config_request_t* ul_config_req;
nfapi_hi_dci0_request_t* hi_dci0_req;
nfapi_tx_request_t* tx_req;
nfapi_lbt_dl_config_request_t* lbt_dl_config_req;
} nfapi_pnf_p7_subframe_buffer_t;
typedef struct nfapi_pnf_p7_config nfapi_pnf_p7_config_t;
/*! The nfapi PNF PHY P7 configuration information created using the nfapi_pnf_p7_create function
*/
typedef struct nfapi_pnf_p7_config
{
/*! A user define callback to override the default memory allocation
* \param size The size of the buffer to allocate
* \return An allocated buffer. 0 in the case of failure
*
* If not set malloc will be used
*/
void* (*malloc)(size_t size);
/*! A user define callback to override the default memory deallocation
* \param ptr Pointer to a buffer to dellocate
*
* If not set free will be used
*/
void (*free)(void* ptr);
/*! A user define callback to handle trace from the pnf
* \param level The trace level
* \param message The message string
*/
void (*trace)(nfapi_trace_level_t level, const char* message, ...);
/*! The PHY id*/
uint16_t phy_id;
// remote
/*! The VNF P7 UDP port */
int remote_p7_port;
/*! The VNF P7 UDP address */
char* remote_p7_addr;
// local
/*! The PNF P7 UDP port */
int local_p7_port;
/*! The PNF P7 UDP address */
char* local_p7_addr;
/*! Flag to indicate of the pnf should use the P7 checksum */
uint8_t checksum_enabled;
/*! The maxium size of a P7 segement. If a message is large that this it
* will be segemented */
uint16_t segment_size;
/*! The dummy subframe buffer structure that should be used in case there
* are no 'valid' subframe messages */
nfapi_pnf_p7_subframe_buffer_t dummy_subframe;
/*! Configuration options for the p7 pack unpack functions*/
nfapi_p7_codec_config_t codec_config;
/*! Optional userdata that will be passed back in the callbacks*/
void* user_data;
// tdb : if these should be public
uint16_t subframe_buffer_size;
uint8_t timing_info_mode_periodic; // 0:false 1:true
uint8_t timing_info_mode_aperiodic; // 0:false 1:true
uint8_t timing_info_period; // 1..225 in subframes
/*! A callback for the DL_CONFIG.request
* \param config A poiner to the PNF P7 config
* \param req A pointer to the dl config request message structure
* \return not currently used
*/
int (*dl_config_req)(nfapi_pnf_p7_config_t* config, nfapi_dl_config_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the UL_CONFIG.request
* \param config A poiner to the PNF P7 config
* \param req A pointer to the ul config request message structure
* \return not currently used
*/
int (*ul_config_req)(nfapi_pnf_p7_config_t* config, nfapi_ul_config_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the HI_DCI0.request
* \param config A poiner to the PNF P7 config
* \param req A pointer to the hi dci0 request message structure
* \return not currently used
*/
int (*hi_dci0_req)(nfapi_pnf_p7_config_t* config, nfapi_hi_dci0_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the TX_REQ.request
* \param config A poiner to the PNF P7 config
* \param req A pointer to the tx request message structure
* \return not currently used
*
* The TX request contains pointers to the downlink PDUs to be sent. In the case that the FAPI interface
* will 'keep' the pointers until they are transmitted the callee should set the pointers in the req to 0
* and then use the p7 codec config free function to release the pdu's when appropriate.
*/
int (*tx_req)(nfapi_pnf_p7_config_t* config, nfapi_tx_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for the LBT_DL_CONFIG.request
* \param config A poiner to the PNF P7 config
* \param req A pointer to the lbt dl request message structure
* \return not currently used
*/
int (*lbt_dl_config_req)(nfapi_pnf_p7_config_t* config, nfapi_lbt_dl_config_request_t* req);
/*! A callback for vendor extension messages
* \param config A poiner to the PNF P7 config
* \param msg A pointer to a decode vendor extention message
* \return not currently used
*/
int (*vendor_ext)(nfapi_pnf_p7_config_t* config, nfapi_p7_message_header_t* msg);
/*! A callback to allocate vendor extension message
* \param message_id The vendor extention message id from the decode message header
* \param msg_size A pointer to size of the allocate vendor extention message. Set by the callee
* \return A pointer to an allocated vendor extention message structure. 0 if failed
*
*
*/
nfapi_p7_message_header_t* (*allocate_p7_vendor_ext)(uint16_t message_id, uint16_t* msg_size);
/*! A callback to deallocate vendor extension message
* \param header A pointer to a p7 vendor extention message
*/
void (*deallocate_p7_vendor_ext)(nfapi_p7_message_header_t* header);
} nfapi_pnf_p7_config_t;
/*! Create and initialise a nfapi_pnf_p7_config structure
* \return A pointer to a PNF P7 config structure
*/
nfapi_pnf_p7_config_t* nfapi_pnf_p7_config_create(void);
/*! Delete an nfapi_pnf_p7_config structure
* \param config
*/
int nfapi_pnf_p7_config_destroy(nfapi_pnf_p7_config_t* config);