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#!/usr/bin/python
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# TR-069 has mandatory attribute names that don't comply with policy
# pylint:disable=invalid-name
"""Handling of ACS configuration."""
__author__ = 'jnewlin@google.com (John Newlin)'
import subprocess
import google3
# Unit tests can override these with fake data
CWMP_TMP_DIR = '/tmp/cwmp'
ACSCONTACT = CWMP_TMP_DIR + '/acscontact'
ACSCONNECTED = '/tmp/cwmp/acsconnected'
SET_ACS = 'set-acs'
class AcsConfig(object):
"""Configuration for the ACS.
This package relies on an external tool 'set-acs' to control the
configuration of the ACS URL. A version of the set-acs tool is included
with the cwmpd software. If a vendor wants to modify how ACS handling is
done, modifying the set-acs script is the best place to do that.
"""
def GetAcsUrl(self):
"""Return the current ACS_URL."""
setacs = subprocess.Popen([SET_ACS, 'print'], stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
out, _ = setacs.communicate(None)
return setacs.returncode == 0 and out.strip() or ''
def SetAcsUrl(self, url):
"""Called for a SetParameterValue of DeviceInfo.ManagementServer.URL.
Args:
url: the URL to set
Raises:
AttributeError: If the set-acs command fails.
"""
set_acs_url = url.strip() or 'clear'
rc = subprocess.call(args=[SET_ACS, 'cwmp', set_acs_url])
if rc != 0:
raise AttributeError('set-acs failed')
def _BlessAcsUrl(self, url):
set_acs_url = url.strip() or 'clear'
rc = subprocess.call(args=[SET_ACS, 'bless', set_acs_url])
if rc != 0:
raise AttributeError('set-acs failed')
def InvalidateAcsUrl(self, url):
"""Removes the given URL from the set of ACS urls to choose from.
Args:
url: The URL to invalidate.
A URL may be found to be invalid if it doesn't match the restrict list.
For example, if the restrict list is set to '.foo.com' and the url
returned from GetAcsUrl is 'xxx.bar.com', the then InvalidateAcsUrl will
be called, and the platform code has a chance to return a different URL.
This can happen if for example the DHCP server is misconfigured, and
points to a server/domain that is not on the restrict list, and give the
platform code a chance to return a default URL, or a URL gotten by some
other means.
Returns:
True: On success.
False: If there was an error invalidating.
"""
try:
subprocess.check_call(args=[SET_ACS, 'timeout', url.strip()])
except subprocess.CalledProcessError:
return False
return True
def AcsAccessAttempt(self, url):
"""Called before attempting to initiate a connection with the ACS.
Args:
url: the ACS_URL being contacted.
"""
# We only *need* to create a 0 byte file, but write URL for debugging
with open(ACSCONTACT, 'w') as f:
f.write(url)
def AcsAccessSuccess(self, url):
"""Called at the end of every successful ACS session.
Args:
url: the ACS_URL being contacted.
"""
# We only *need* to create a 0 byte file, but write URL for debugging
with open(ACSCONNECTED, 'w') as f:
f.write(url)
self._BlessAcsUrl(url)