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java/net/InetAddress.java

/*
 * @(#)InetAddress.java	1.47 01/12/10
 *
 * Copyright 2002 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved.
 * SUN PROPRIETARY/CONFIDENTIAL. Use is subject to license terms.
 */

package java.net;

import java.util.Hashtable;

/**
 * This class represents an Internet Protocol (IP) address. 
 * <p>
 * Applications should use the methods <code>getLocalHost</code>, 
 * <code>getByName</code>, or <code>getAllByName</code> to 
 * create a new <code>InetAddress</code> instance. 
 *
 * @author  Chris Warth
 * @version 1.47, 12/10/01
 * @see     java.net.InetAddress#getAllByName(java.lang.String)
 * @see     java.net.InetAddress#getByName(java.lang.String)
 * @see     java.net.InetAddress#getLocalHost()
 * @since   JDK1.0
 */
public final 
class InetAddress implements java.io.Serializable {
    String hostName;
    int address;    // Currently we only deal effectively with 32-bit addresses. 
		    // However this field can be expanded to be a byte array 
		    // or a 64-bit quantity without too much effort.
    int family;

    /** use serialVersionUID from JDK 1.0.2 for interoperability */
    private static final long serialVersionUID = 3286316764910316507L;

    /*
     * Load net library into runtime.
     */
    static {
	System.loadLibrary("net");
    }

    /** 
     * Constructor for the Socket.accept() method.
     * This creates an empty InetAddress, which is filled in by
     * the accept() method.  This InetAddress, however, is not
     * put in the address cache, since it is not created by name.
     */
    InetAddress() {
      family = impl.getInetFamily();
    }

    /**
     * Creates an InetAddress with the specified host name and IP address.
     * @param hostName the specified host name
     * @param addr the specified IP address.  The address is expected in 
     *	      network byte order.
     * @exception UnknownHostException If the address is unknown.
     */
    InetAddress(String hostName, byte addr[]) {
	this.hostName = new String(hostName);
	this.family = impl.getInetFamily();
	/*
	 * We must be careful here to maintain the network byte
	 * order of the address.  As it comes in, the most
	 * significant byte of the address is in addr[0].  It
	 * actually doesn't matter what order they end up in the
	 * array, as long as it is documented and consistent.
	 */
	address  = addr[3] & 0xFF;
	address |= ((addr[2] << 8) & 0xFF00);
	address |= ((addr[1] << 16) & 0xFF0000);
	address |= ((addr[0] << 24) & 0xFF000000);
    }

    /**
     * Utility routine to check if the InetAddress is a 
     * IP multicast address. IP multicast address is a Class D
     * address i.e first four bits of the address are 1110.
     * @since   JDK1.1
     */
    public boolean isMulticastAddress() {
	return ((address & 0xf0000000) == 0xe0000000);
    }

    /**
     * Returns the fully qualified host name for this address.
     * If the host is equal to null, then this address refers to any
     * of the local machine's available network addresses.
     *
     * @return  the fully qualified host name for this address.
     * @since   JDK1.0
     */
    public String getHostName() {
	if (hostName == null) {
	    try {
		hostName = new String(impl.getHostByAddr(address));
		InetAddress[] arr = (InetAddress[])addressCache.get(hostName);
		if(arr != null) {
		    for(int i = 0; i < arr.length; i++) {
			if(hostName.equalsIgnoreCase(arr[i].hostName) && 
			   address != arr[i].address) {
			    /* This means someone's playing funny games with DNS
			     * This hostName used to have one IP address, now it 
			     * has another.  At any rate, don't let them "see" 
			     * the new hostName, and don't cache it either.
			     */
			    hostName = getHostAddress();
			    break;
			}
		    }
		} else { 
		    /* hostname wasn't in cache before.  It's a real hostname,
		     * not "%d.%d.%d.%d" so cache it
		     */
		    arr = new InetAddress[1];
		    arr[0] = this;
		    addressCache.put(hostName, arr);
		}
		/* finally check to see if calling code is allowed to know
		 * the hostname for this IP address, ie, connect to the host
		 */
		SecurityManager sec = System.getSecurityManager();
		if (sec != null && !sec.getInCheck()) {
		    sec.checkConnect(hostName, -1);
		}
	    } catch (SecurityException e) {
		hostName = getHostAddress();
	    } catch (UnknownHostException e) {
		hostName = getHostAddress();
	    }
	}
	return hostName;
    }

    /**
     * Returns the raw IP address of this <code>InetAddress</code> 
     * object. The result is in network byte order: the highest order 
     * byte of the address is in <code>getAddress()[0]</code>. 
     *
     * @return  the raw IP address of this object.
     * @since   JDK1.0
     */
    public byte[] getAddress() {	
	byte[] addr = new byte[4];

	addr[0] = (byte) ((address >>> 24) & 0xFF);
	addr[1] = (byte) ((address >>> 16) & 0xFF);
	addr[2] = (byte) ((address >>> 8) & 0xFF);
	addr[3] = (byte) (address & 0xFF);
	return addr;
    }

    /**
     * Returns the IP address string "%d.%d.%d.%d"
     * @return raw IP address in a string format
     * @since   JDK1.1
     */
    public String getHostAddress() {	
         return ((address >>> 24) & 0xFF) + "." +
                ((address >>> 16) & 0xFF) + "." +
                ((address >>>  8) & 0xFF) + "." +
                ((address >>>  0) & 0xFF);
     }
 

    /**
     * Returns a hashcode for this IP address.
     *
     * @return  a hash code value for this IP address. 
     * @since   JDK1.0
     */
    public int hashCode() {
	return address;
    }

    /**
     * Compares this object against the specified object.
     * The result is <code>true</code> if and only if the argument is 
     * not <code>null</code> and it represents the same IP address as 
     * this object. 
     * <p>
     * Two instances of <code>InetAddress</code> represent the same IP 
     * address if the length of the byte arrays returned by 
     * <code>getAddress</code> is the same for both, and each of the 
     * array components is the same for the byte arrays. 
     *
     * @param   obj   the object to compare against.
     * @return  <code>true</code> if the objects are the same;
     *          <code>false</code> otherwise.
     * @see     java.net.InetAddress#getAddress()
     * @since   JDK1.0
     */
    public boolean equals(Object obj) {
	return (obj != null) && (obj instanceof InetAddress) &&
	    (((InetAddress)obj).address == address);
    }

    /**
     * Converts this IP address to a <code>String</code>.
     *
     * @return  a string representation of this IP address.
     * @since   JDK1.0
     */
    public String toString() {
	return getHostName() + "/" + getHostAddress();
    }

    /* 
     * Cached addresses - our own litle nis, not! 
     *
     * Do not purge cache of numerical IP addresses, since 
     * duplicate dynamic DNS name lookups can leave the system
     * vulnerable to hostname spoofing attacks.  Once a hostname
     * has been looked up in DNS and entered into the Java cache, 
     * from then on, the hostname is translated to IP address only
     * via the cache.
     */
    static Hashtable	    addressCache = new Hashtable();
    static InetAddress	    unknownAddress;
    static InetAddress	    anyLocalAddress;
    static InetAddress      localHost;
    static InetAddress[]    unknown_array; // put THIS in cache
    static InetAddressImpl  impl;

    /* 
     * generic localHost to give back to applets 
     * - private so not API delta
     */
    private static InetAddress      loopbackHost;

    static {

	/*
	 * Property "impl.prefix" will be prepended to the classname of the
	 * implementation object we instantiate, to which we delegate the real work 
	 * (like native methods).  This property can vary across implementations
	 * of the java.* classes.  The default is an empty String "".
	 */

	String prefix = System.getProperty("impl.prefix", "");
	try {
	    impl = null;
	    impl = (InetAddressImpl)(Class.forName("java.net." + prefix + "InetAddressImpl")
						   .newInstance());
	} catch (ClassNotFoundException e) {
	    System.err.println("Class not found: java.net." + prefix + 
			       "InetAddressImpl:\ncheck impl.prefix property " +
			       "in your properties file.");
	} catch (InstantiationException e) {
	    System.err.println("Could not instantiate: java.net." + prefix + 
			       "InetAddressImpl:\ncheck impl.prefix property " +
			       "in your properties file.");
	} catch (IllegalAccessException e) {
	    System.err.println("Cannot access class: java.net." + prefix + 
			       "InetAddressImpl:\ncheck impl.prefix property " +
			       "in your properties file.");
	}

	if (impl == null) {
	    try {
		impl = (InetAddressImpl)(Class.forName("java.net.InetAddressImpl")
					 .newInstance());
	    } catch (Exception e) {
		throw new Error("System property impl.prefix incorrect");
	    }
	}

	unknownAddress = new InetAddress();
	anyLocalAddress = new InetAddress();
	impl.makeAnyLocalAddress(anyLocalAddress);
	byte[] IP = new byte[4];
	IP[0] = 0x7F;
	IP[1] = 0x00;
	IP[2] = 0x00;
	IP[3] = 0x01;
	loopbackHost = new InetAddress("localhost", IP);

	/* find the local host name */
	try {
	    localHost = new InetAddress();
	    localHost.hostName = impl.getLocalHostName();
	    /* we explicitly leave the address of the local host
	     * uninitialized.  A DNS lookup in this, the static
	     * initializer, will cause a machine disconnected
	     * from the network to hang - it'll be trying to query
	     * a DNS server that isn't there.
	     *
	     * Instead, we just get the hostname of the local host.
	     * The native code for this just calls gethostname()
	     * which should be pretty innocuous - it shouldn't try
	     * to contact a DNS server.  If any application
	     * calls InetAddress.getLocalHost(), we initialize
	     * the local host's address there if not already initialized.
	     *
	     * Note that for this to work it is also essential that
	     * the localHost InetAddress is _NOT_ put into the address cache
	     * here in the static initializer (which happens if we call
	     * getByName() from the static initializer).  It _IS_ OK
	     * to put it in the addressCache after initialization.
	     *
	     * The unitialized state of the localHost's address is -1,
	     * or IP address 255.255.255.255 which we know cannot be
	     * a legal host address.
	     */
	    localHost.address = -1;
	} catch (Exception ex) { /* this shouldn't happen */
	    localHost = unknownAddress;
	}

	/* cache the name/address pair "0.0.0.0"/0.0.0.0 */
	String unknownByAddr = new String("0.0.0.0");
	unknown_array = new InetAddress[1];
	unknown_array[0] = new InetAddress(unknownByAddr, unknownAddress.getAddress());
	addressCache.put(unknownByAddr, unknown_array);
    }

    /**
     * Determines the IP address of a host, given the host's name. The 
     * host name can either be a machine name, such as 
     * "<code>java.sun.com</code>", or a string representing its IP 
     * address, such as "<code>206.26.48.100</code>". 
     *
     * @param      host   the specified host, or <code>null</code> for the
     *                    local host.
     * @return     an IP address for the given host name.
     * @exception  UnknownHostException  if no IP address for the
     *               <code>host</code> could be found.
     * @since      JDK1.0
     */
    public static InetAddress getByName(String host)
	throws UnknownHostException {
	Object obj = null;
	if (host == null || host.length() == 0) {
	    return loopbackHost;
	}

        if (!Character.isDigit(host.charAt(0))) {
	    return getAllByName0(host)[0];
	} else {
	    /* The string (probably) represents a numerical IP address.
	     * Parse it into an int, don't do uneeded reverese lookup,
	     * leave hostName null, don't cache.  If it isn't an IP address,
	     * (i.e., not "%d.%d.%d.%d") or if any element > 0xFF, 
	     * we treat it as a hostname, and lookup that way.
	     * This seems to be 100% compliant to the RFC1123 spec: 
	     * a partial hostname like 3com.domain4 is technically valid.
	     */

	    int IP = 0x00;
	    int hitDots = 0;
	    char[] data = host.toCharArray();

	    for(int i = 0; i < data.length; i++) {
		char c = data[i];
		if (c < 48 || c > 57) { // !digit
		    return getAllByName0(host)[0];
		}
		int b = 0x00;
		while(c != '.') {
		    if (c < 48 || c > 57) { // !digit
			return getAllByName0(host)[0];
		    }
		    b = b*10 + c - '0';

		    if (++i >= data.length)
			break;
		    c = data[i];
		}
		if(b > 0xFF) { /* bogus - bigger than a byte */
		    return getAllByName0(host)[0];
		}
		IP = (IP << 8) + b;
		hitDots++;
	    }

	    if(hitDots != 4 || host.endsWith(".")) {
		return getAllByName0(host)[0];
	    }

	    InetAddress in = new InetAddress();
	    in.address = IP;
	    in.hostName = null;
	    return in;
	}

    }

    /** 
     * Determines all the IP addresses of a host, given the host's name. 
     * The host name can either be a machine name, such as 
     * "<code>java.sun.com</code>", or a string representing 
     * its IP address, such as "<code>206.26.48.100</code>". 
     *
     * @param      host   the name of the host.
     * @return     an array of all the IP addresses for a given host name.
     * @exception  UnknownHostException  if no IP address for the
     *               <code>host</code> could be found.
     * @since      JDK1.0
     */
    public static InetAddress getAllByName(String host)[]
	throws UnknownHostException {

	if (host == null || host.length() == 0) {
	    throw new UnknownHostException("empty string");
	}

	if(Character.isDigit(host.charAt(0))) {
	    InetAddress[] ret = new InetAddress[1];
	    ret[0] = getByName(host);
	    return ret;
	} else {
	    return getAllByName0(host);
	}
    }

    private static InetAddress[] getAllByName0 (String host) 
	throws UnknownHostException  {
	/* If it gets here it is presumed to be a hostname */
	/* Cache.get can return: null, unknownAddress, or InetAddress[] */
        Object obj = null;
	Object objcopy = null;

	/* make sure the connection to the host is allowed, before we
	 * give out a hostname
	 */
	SecurityManager security = System.getSecurityManager();
	if (security != null && !security.getInCheck()) {
	    security.checkConnect(host, -1);
	}

	synchronized (addressCache) {
	    obj = addressCache.get(host);

	/* If no entry in cache, then do the host lookup */
	
	    if (obj == null) {
		try {
		    /*
		     * Do not put the call to lookup() inside the
		     * constructor.  if you do you will still be
		     * allocating space when the lookup fails.
		     */
		    byte[][] byte_array = impl.lookupAllHostAddr(host);
		    InetAddress[] addr_array = new InetAddress[byte_array.length];

		    for (int i = 0; i < byte_array.length; i++) {
			byte addr[] = byte_array[i];
			addr_array[i] = new InetAddress(host, addr);
		    }
		    obj = addr_array;
		} catch (UnknownHostException e) {
		    obj  = unknown_array;
		}
		if (obj != unknown_array)
		    addressCache.put(host, obj);
	    }
	} /* end synchronized block */

	if (obj == unknown_array) {
	    /*
	     * We currently cache the fact that a host is unknown.
	     */
	    throw new UnknownHostException(host);
	}

	/* Make a copy of the InetAddress array */
	try {
	      objcopy = ((InetAddress [])obj).clone();
	      // the following line is a hack, to ensure that the code
	      // can compile for both the broken compiler and the fixed one.
	      if (objcopy == null) 
		  throw new CloneNotSupportedException();
	} catch (CloneNotSupportedException cnse) {
	      cnse.printStackTrace();
	}

	return (InetAddress [])objcopy;
    }

    /**
     * Returns the local host.
     *
     * @return     the IP address of the local host.
     * @exception  UnknownHostException  if no IP address for the
     *               <code>host</code> could be found.
     * @since      JDK1.0
     */
    public static InetAddress getLocalHost() throws UnknownHostException {
        if (localHost.equals(unknownAddress)) {
	    throw new UnknownHostException();
	}

	try {
	    /* If the localhost's address is not initialized yet, initialize
	     * it.  It is no longer initialized in the static initializer 
	     * (see comment there).
	     */

	    if (localHost.address == -1) {
		localHost = getAllByName(localHost.hostName)[0];
		/* This puts it in the address cache as well */
	    }

            /* make sure the connection to the host is allowed: if yes,
	     * return the "real" localHost; if not, return loopback "127.0.0.1"
	     */
	    SecurityManager security = System.getSecurityManager();
	    if (security != null && !security.getInCheck()) 
		security.checkConnect(localHost.getHostName(), -1);
	    return localHost;

	} catch (java.lang.SecurityException e) {
	    return loopbackHost;
	}
    }
}

class InetAddressImpl {
    native String getLocalHostName() throws UnknownHostException;
    native void makeAnyLocalAddress(InetAddress addr);
    native byte[][]
        lookupAllHostAddr(String hostname) throws UnknownHostException;
    native String getHostByAddr(int addr) throws UnknownHostException;
    native int getInetFamily();
}

java/net/InetAddress.java

 

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