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17  
18  package org.apache.commons.net.chargen;
19  
20  import java.io.IOException;
21  import java.net.DatagramPacket;
22  import java.net.InetAddress;
23  
24  import org.apache.commons.net.DatagramSocketClient;
25  
26  /***
27   * The CharGenUDPClient class is a UDP implementation of a client for the
28   * character generator protocol described in RFC 864.  It can also be
29   * used for Systat (RFC 866), Quote of the Day (RFC 865), and netstat
30   * (port 15).  All of these protocols involve sending a datagram to the
31   * appropriate port, and reading data contained in one or more reply
32   * datagrams.  The chargen and quote of the day protocols only send
33   * one reply datagram containing 512 bytes or less of data.  The other
34   * protocols may reply with more than one datagram, in which case you
35   * must wait for a timeout to determine that all reply datagrams have
36   * been sent.
37   * <p>
38   * To use the CharGenUDPClient class, just open a local UDP port
39   * with {@link org.apache.commons.net.DatagramSocketClient#open  open }
40   * and call {@link #send  send } to send the datagram that will
41   * initiate the data reply.  For chargen or quote of the day, just
42   * call {@link #receive  receive }, and you're done.  For netstat and
43   * systat, call receive in a while loop, and catch a SocketException and
44   * InterruptedIOException to detect a timeout (don't forget to set the
45   * timeout duration beforehand).  Don't forget to call
46   * {@link org.apache.commons.net.DatagramSocketClient#close  close() }
47   * to clean up properly.
48   *
49   * @see CharGenTCPClient
50   ***/
51  
52  public final class CharGenUDPClient extends DatagramSocketClient
53  {
54      /*** The systat port value of 11 according to RFC 866. ***/
55      public static final int SYSTAT_PORT = 11;
56      /*** The netstat port value of 19. ***/
57      public static final int NETSTAT_PORT = 15;
58      /*** The quote of the day port value of 17 according to RFC 865. ***/
59      public static final int QUOTE_OF_DAY_PORT = 17;
60      /*** The character generator port value of 19 according to RFC 864. ***/
61      public static final int CHARGEN_PORT = 19;
62      /*** The default chargen port.  It is set to 19 according to RFC 864. ***/
63      public static final int DEFAULT_PORT = 19;
64  
65      private final byte[] __receiveData;
66      private final DatagramPacket __receivePacket;
67      private final DatagramPacket __sendPacket;
68  
69      /***
70       * The default CharGenUDPClient constructor.  It initializes some internal
71       * data structures for sending and receiving the necessary datagrams for
72       * the chargen and related protocols.
73       ***/
74      public CharGenUDPClient()
75      {
76          // CharGen return packets have a maximum length of 512
77          __receiveData = new byte[512];
78          __receivePacket = new DatagramPacket(__receiveData, __receiveData.length);
79          __sendPacket = new DatagramPacket(new byte[0], 0);
80      }
81  
82  
83      /***
84       * Sends the data initiation datagram.  This data in the packet is ignored
85       * by the server, and merely serves to signal that the server should send
86       * its reply.
87       *
88       * @param host The address of the server.
89       * @param port The port of the service.
90       * @exception IOException If an error occurs while sending the datagram.
91       ***/
92      public void send(InetAddress host, int port) throws IOException
93      {
94          __sendPacket.setAddress(host);
95          __sendPacket.setPort(port);
96          _socket_.send(__sendPacket);
97      }
98  
99      /*** Same as <code>send(host, CharGenUDPClient.DEFAULT_PORT);</code>
100      * @param host the destination host
101      * @throws IOException on error
102      ***/
103     public void send(InetAddress host) throws IOException
104     {
105         send(host, DEFAULT_PORT);
106     }
107 
108     /***
109      * Receive the reply data from the server.  This will always be 512 bytes
110      * or less.  Chargen and quote of the day only return one packet.  Netstat
111      * and systat require multiple calls to receive() with timeout detection.
112      *
113      * @return The reply data from the server.
114      * @exception IOException If an error occurs while receiving the datagram.
115      ***/
116     public byte[] receive() throws IOException
117     {
118         int length;
119         byte[] result;
120 
121         _socket_.receive(__receivePacket);
122 
123         result = new byte[length = __receivePacket.getLength()];
124         System.arraycopy(__receiveData, 0, result, 0, length);
125 
126         return result;
127     }
128 
129 }
130