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Posted on 2004-04-07
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Hi
I wonder if anybody could help me.I desprately need help

Please have a look the following code :-
import java.io.*;
import java.net.*;

class TypeConvertion
{
  //Get a short integer from two bytes with offset in the buf
  public static short getShort(byte[] buf, int offset)
  {
    int high = buf[offset] & 0xff;
    int low  = buf[offset+1] & 0xff;
    return (short)(high <<8 | low);
  }


  //Store a short integer to two bytes with offset in the buf
  public static void putShort(byte[] buf, int offset, short value)
  {
    byte low      = (byte)(value & 0xff);
    byte high     = (byte)(value>>8 & 0xff);
    buf[offset]   = high;
    buf[offset+1] = low;
    return;
  }
}


public class TFTPClient
{
   short        seqn;
   byte         outb[];
   byte         inb[];
   String       fname;  //The file name
   InetAddress  server; //sever&#8217;s IP address
   int                   sport;  //server&#8217;s port number

   DatagramPacket odp;
   DatagramPacket idp;
   DatagramSocket sock;

   TFTPClient(String sn, String sp, String fn) throws Exception
   {
      seqn   = 0;
      outb   = new byte[516];
      inb     = new byte[516];
      server = InetAddress.getByName(sn); //Get server&#8217;s IP
     
    //Convert port string to port number
     sport = Integer.parseInt(sp);
     
     fname = fn;
     idp     = new DatagramPacket(inb,inb.length);
   
    //Create Datagram Socket*/
     sock  = new DatagramSocket();

    }
      
   void SendACK() throws Exception
   {
     int index = 0;
 
    //Fill ACK opcode =0x0004 field
    TypeConversion.putShort(outb,index,(short)4);
    index + = 2;
   
    //Fill ACK SEQ field
    TypeConversion.putShort(buff,index,seqn);/*ACK SEQ*/
    index + =2;

    /*Generating ACK datagram packet*/
    /*...*/
 
 
    /*Send out the ACK datagram packet*/
    /*...*/
  }

   void SendRRQ() throws Exception
   {
    int index = 0;
      
    //Fill RRQ opcode = 0x0001 field
    TypeConversion.putShort(outb,index,(short)1);
    index + = 2;
      
    //Fill the file name field
    byte[] temp = fname.getBytes();
    for(int i = 0;i < temp.length;i++);
    outb [i + index] = temp[i];
  }
    index +      = temp.length;
    outb[index] = 0; //End of the file name
    index +       = 1;
      
    //Fill the file data mode, using octet mode
    String mode = "octet";
    temp        = mode.getBytes();

    for(int i = 0;i <temp.length; i++)
        {
        outb[i+index] = temp[i];
        }
   

     /*Fill the end indicator of the packet*/
     /*...*/
    /*Generating ACK packet*/
    /*...*/
    /*Send out the ACK packet*/
    /*...*/
}

    void getFile() throws Exception{
    /*Create a file*/
    /*...*/
    /*Using FileOutputStream to open the file*/
    /*...*/
    int opcode;
    short rseq;
    int length;
    /*Send RRQ packet*/
    /*...*/
    while(true)
      {
    /*Receive the packet to idp from the server*/
    /*...*/
   /*Get OPCODE from the packet*/
   opcode=TypeConvertion.getShort(inb,0);
   if(opcode!=0x0003){ /*DATA*/
   continue;
}
  /*Get SEQ from the packet*/
  rseq   = TypeConvertion.getShort(inb,2);
  if(rseq==seqn+1){/*it is a new packet*/
  /*We don't check the server's IP address*/
  /*Store the data into file*/
  fos.write(inb,4,length-4);
  seqn=rseq;
  /*Send ACK*/
  /*...*/
 if(length<516){/*check end of the file*/
 sock.close();
 fos.close();
 return;
}
continue;
}
if(rseq==seqn){ /*duplicated copy*/
/*Acknowledge the received packet again*/
/*...*/


continue;
}
/*error sequence, do nothing*/
}
}
public void main(String args[]) throws Exception{
if(args.length!=3){
System.out.println("Usage: TFTPClient <servername>
<port> <filename>");
return;
}
TFTPClient tftp=new TFTPClient(args[0],args[1],args[2]);
tftp.getFile();
}
}

This is a simple  TFTP client whose function is to retrive the file from the TFTP server and store in a local file.Could anybody please fill the empty parts under the comments.(/*.......*/)


Thank you

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>> Could anybody please fill the empty parts under the comments

There are too many of them. Is this homework?

Anyway, some examples here to help you code that on your own:

Datagram receiving - http://www.javaalmanac.com/egs/java.net/ReceiveDatagram.html

Datagram sending - http://www.javaalmanac.com/egs/java.net/SendDatagram.html

Files - http://www.javaalmanac.com/cgi-bin/search/find.pl?words=File
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by:Rafi-muqaddar
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Thank you for your reply.
Just Tell me how to write Acknowledgement datagram packet in terms of this program.
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by:Mayank S
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Well, you would be the best person to write that because you would know what is the 'format' of the acknowledgement to be sent. Have a look at the Datagram sending example that I sent. You can create an array of bytes depending upon the format the of acknowledgement and pass it to the method there in the outbuf[] argument.

Something like:

String sAck = "<ACK>This is the Acknowledgement</ACK>" ;
byte[] buf = sAck.getBytes () ;
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Hi Rafi-muqaddar,

First correction :

  public static short getShort(byte[] buf, int offset)
  {
    short high = (short)buf[offset] & 0xff;
    short low  = (short)buf[offset+1] & 0xff;
    return (short)((high << 8) | low);
  }

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Second correction :

   for(int i = 0;i < temp.length;i++);
    outb [i + index] = temp[i];
  }

Should be :

   for(int i = 0;i < temp.length;i++){
    outb [i + index] = temp[i];
  }

or

   for(int i = 0;i < temp.length;i++)
    outb [i + index] = temp[i];
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by:Webstorm
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Simplification :

Replace :

   for(int i = 0;i < temp.length;i++)
    outb [i + index] = temp[i];

    index +      = temp.length;
    outb[index] = 0; //End of the file name
    index +       = 1;

By :

   for(int i = 0;i < temp.length;i++)
       outb [index++] = temp[i];
   outb [index++] = 0; //End of the file name

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  String mode = "octet";
    temp        = mode.getBytes();

    for(int i = 0;i <temp.length; i++)
       {
        outb[i+index] = temp[i];
       }

--->

   String mode = "octet";
    temp        = mode.getBytes();

    for(int i = 0;i <temp.length; i++)
        outb[index++] = temp[i];

    /* send the packet (index = length) */
    sock.sendPacket(new DatagramPacket(outb, index, server_adr, server_port));
    /* server_adr is InetAddress of TFTP server */

http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/api/java/net/DatagramSocket.html
http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/api/java/net/DatagramPacket.html

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Split: Webstorm and mayankeagle.
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>> Split: Webstorm and mayankeagle.
I agree this suggestion.
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Please proceed with that recommendation.
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