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package SNMP::Info::LLDP;

use strict;
use warnings;
use Exporter;
use SNMP::Info;

@SNMP::Info::LLDP::ISA       = qw/SNMP::Info Exporter/;
@SNMP::Info::LLDP::EXPORT_OK = qw//;

our ($VERSION, %FUNCS, %GLOBALS, %MIBS, %MUNGE);

$VERSION = '3.70';

%MIBS = (
    'LLDP-MIB'          => 'lldpLocSysCapEnabled',
    'LLDP-EXT-MED-MIB'  => 'lldpXMedMIB',
    'LLDP-EXT-DOT1-MIB' => 'lldpXdot1MIB',
    'LLDP-EXT-DOT3-MIB' => 'lldpXdot3MIB',
);

%GLOBALS = (
    'lldp_sysname' => 'lldpLocSysName',
    'lldp_sysdesc' => 'lldpLocSysDesc',
    'lldp_sys_cap' => 'lldpLocSysCapEnabled',
);

%FUNCS = (

    # LLDP-MIB::lldpLocManAddrTable
    'lldp_lman_addr' => 'lldpLocManAddrIfId',

    # LLDP-MIB::lldpRemTable
    'lldp_rem_id_type'  => 'lldpRemChassisIdSubtype',
    'lldp_rem_id'       => 'lldpRemChassisId',
    'lldp_rem_pid_type' => 'lldpRemPortIdSubtype',
    'lldp_rem_pid'      => 'lldpRemPortId',
    'lldp_rem_desc'     => 'lldpRemPortDesc',
    'lldp_rem_sysname'  => 'lldpRemSysName',
    'lldp_rem_sysdesc'  => 'lldpRemSysDesc',
    'lldp_rem_sys_cap'  => 'lldpRemSysCapEnabled',
    'lldp_rem_cap_spt'  => 'lldpRemSysCapSupported',

    # LLDP-MIB::lldpXMedRemInventoryTable
    'lldp_rem_hw_rev' => 'lldpXMedRemHardwareRev',
    'lldp_rem_fw_rev' => 'lldpXMedRemFirmwareRev',
    'lldp_rem_sw_rev' => 'lldpXMedRemSoftwareRev',
    'lldp_rem_serial' => 'lldpXMedRemSerialNum',
    'lldp_rem_vendor' => 'lldpXMedRemMfgName',
    'lldp_rem_model'  => 'lldpXMedRemModelName',
    'lldp_rem_asset'  => 'lldpXMedRemAssetID',

    'lldp_rem_media_cap'     => 'lldpXMedRemCapCurrent',
    'lldp_rem_media_cap_spt' => 'lldpXMedRemCapSupported',

    # LLDP-MIB::lldpRemManAddrTable
    'lldp_rman_addr' => 'lldpRemManAddrIfSubtype',
);

%MUNGE = (
    'lldp_sysdesc'       => \&SNMP::Info::munge_null,
    'lldp_sysname'       => \&SNMP::Info::munge_null,
    'lldp_rem_sysname'   => \&SNMP::Info::munge_null,
    'lldp_rem_sysdesc'   => \&SNMP::Info::munge_null,
    'lldp_rem_port_desc' => \&SNMP::Info::munge_null,
    'lldp_sys_cap'       => \&SNMP::Info::munge_bits,
    'lldp_rem_sys_cap'   => \&SNMP::Info::munge_bits,
    'lldp_rem_cap_spt'   => \&SNMP::Info::munge_bits,

    'lldp_rem_hw_rev' => \&SNMP::Info::munge_null,
    'lldp_rem_fw_rev' => \&SNMP::Info::munge_null,
    'lldp_rem_sw_rev' => \&SNMP::Info::munge_null,
    'lldp_rem_serial' => \&SNMP::Info::munge_null,
    'lldp_rem_vendor' => \&SNMP::Info::munge_null,
    'lldp_rem_model'  => \&SNMP::Info::munge_null,
    'lldp_rem_asset'  => \&SNMP::Info::munge_null,

    'lldp_rem_media_cap'     => \&SNMP::Info::munge_bits,
    'lldp_rem_media_cap_spt' => \&SNMP::Info::munge_bits,
);

sub hasLLDP {
    my $lldp = shift;

    # We may be have LLDP, but nothing in lldpRemoteSystemsData Tables
    # so we could be running LLDP but not return any useful information
    my $lldp_cap = $lldp->lldp_sys_cap();
    return 1 if defined $lldp_cap;

    # If the device doesn't return local system capabilities, fallback
    # by checking if it would report neighbors
    my $lldp_rem = $lldp->lldp_rem_id() || {};
    return 1 if scalar keys %$lldp_rem;

    return;
}

sub lldp_if {
    my $lldp    = shift;
    my $partial = shift;

    my $addr    = $lldp->lldp_rem_pid($partial) || {};
    my $i_descr = $lldp->i_description()        || {};
    my $i_alias = $lldp->i_alias()              || {};
    my %r_i_descr = reverse %$i_descr;
    my %r_i_alias = reverse %$i_alias;

    my %lldp_if;
    foreach my $key ( keys %$addr ) {
        my @aOID = split( '\.', $key );
        my $port = $aOID[1];
        next unless $port;

        # Local LLDP port may not equate to ifIndex, see LldpPortNumber
        # TEXTUAL-CONVENTION in LLDP-MIB. Cross reference lldpLocPortDesc
        # with ifDescr and ifAlias to get ifIndex, prefer ifDescr over
        # ifAlias because using cross ref with description is correct
        # behavior according to the LLDP-MIB. Some devices (eg H3C gear)
        # seem to use ifAlias though.
        my $lldp_desc = $lldp->lldpLocPortDesc($port);
        my $desc      = $lldp_desc->{$port};

        # If cross reference is successful use it, otherwise stick with
        # lldpRemLocalPortNum
        if ( $desc && exists $r_i_descr{$desc} ) {
            $port = $r_i_descr{$desc};
        }
        elsif ( $desc && exists $r_i_alias{$desc} ) {
            $port = $r_i_alias{$desc};
        }

        $lldp_if{$key} = $port;
    }
    return \%lldp_if;
}

sub lldp_ip {
    my $lldp    = shift;
    my $partial = shift;

    my $rman_addr = $lldp->lldp_rman_addr($partial) || {};

    my %lldp_ip;
    foreach my $key ( keys %$rman_addr ) {
        my ( $index, $proto, $addr ) = $lldp->_lldp_addr_index($key);
        next unless defined $index;
        next unless $proto == 1;
        $lldp_ip{$index} = $addr;
    }
    return \%lldp_ip;
}

sub lldp_ipv6 {
    my $lldp    = shift;
    my $partial = shift;

    my $rman_addr = $lldp->lldp_rman_addr($partial) || {};

    my %lldp_ipv6;
    foreach my $key ( keys %$rman_addr ) {
        my ( $index, $proto, $addr ) = $lldp->_lldp_addr_index($key);
        next unless defined $index;
        next unless $proto == 2;
        $lldp_ipv6{$index} = $addr;
    }
    return \%lldp_ipv6;
}

sub lldp_mac {
    my $lldp    = shift;
    my $partial = shift;

    my $rman_addr = $lldp->lldp_rman_addr($partial) || {};

    my %lldp_ipv6;
    foreach my $key ( keys %$rman_addr ) {
        my ( $index, $proto, $addr ) = $lldp->_lldp_addr_index($key);
        next unless defined $index;
        next unless $proto == 6;
        $lldp_ipv6{$index} = $addr;
    }
    return \%lldp_ipv6;
}

sub lldp_addr {
    my $lldp    = shift;
    my $partial = shift;

    my $rman_addr = $lldp->lldp_rman_addr($partial) || {};

    my %lldp_ip;
    foreach my $key ( keys %$rman_addr ) {
        my ( $index, $proto, $addr ) = $lldp->_lldp_addr_index($key);
        next unless defined $index;
        $lldp_ip{$index} = $addr;
    }
    return \%lldp_ip;
}

sub lldp_port {
    my $lldp    = shift;
    my $partial = shift;

    my $pdesc = $lldp->lldp_rem_desc($partial)     || {};
    my $pid   = $lldp->lldp_rem_pid($partial)      || {};
    my $ptype = $lldp->lldp_rem_pid_type($partial) || {};
    my $desc  = $lldp->lldp_rem_sysdesc($partial)  || {};

    my %lldp_port;
    foreach my $key ( sort keys %$pid ) {
        my $port = $pdesc->{$key};
        my $type = $ptype->{$key};
        if (    $type
            and ( $type eq 'interfaceName' or $type eq 'local' )
            and ( defined $pid->{$key} and $pid->{$key} !~ /^\d+$/ ) )
        {

            # If the pid claims to be an interface name,
            # believe it.
            $port = $pid->{$key};
        }
        unless ($port) {
            $port = $pid->{$key};
            next unless $port;
            next unless $type;

          # May need to format other types in the future, i.e. Network address
            if ( $type =~ /mac/ ) {
                $port = SNMP::Info::munge_mac($port)
            }
        }

        # Avaya/Nortel lldpRemPortDesc doesn't match ifDescr, but we can still
        # figure out slot.port based upon lldpRemPortDesc
        if ( defined $desc->{$key}
            && $desc->{$key}
            =~ /^Ethernet\s(?:Routing\s)?Switch\s\d|^Virtual\sServices\sPlatform\s\d/
            && $port =~ /^(Unit\s+(\d+)\s+)?Port\s+(\d+)$/ )
        {
            $port = defined $1 ? "$2.$3" : "1.$3";
        }

        $lldp_port{$key} = $port;
    }
    return \%lldp_port;
}

sub lldp_id {
    my $lldp    = shift;
    my $partial = shift;

    my $ch_type = $lldp->lldp_rem_id_type($partial) || {};
    my $ch      = $lldp->lldp_rem_id($partial)      || {};

    my %lldp_id;
    foreach my $key ( keys %$ch ) {
        my $id = $ch->{$key};
        next unless $id;
        my $type = $ch_type->{$key};
        next unless $type;

        # May need to format other types in the future
        if ( $type =~ /mac/ ) {
            $id = SNMP::Info::munge_mac($id)
        }
        elsif ( $type eq 'networkAddress' ) {
            if ( length( unpack( 'H*', $id ) ) == 10 ) {

                # IP address - first octet is IANA Address Family Number, need
                # walk with IPv6
                my @octets
                    = ( map { sprintf "%02x", $_ } unpack( 'C*', $id ) )
                    [ 1 .. 4 ];
                $id = join '.', map { hex($_) } @octets;
            }
        }
        $lldp_id{$key} = $id;
    }
    return \%lldp_id;
}

sub lldp_platform {
    my $lldp    = shift;
    my $partial = shift;

    my $rid  = $lldp->lldp_rem_id($partial)      || {};
    my $desc = $lldp->lldp_rem_sysdesc($partial) || {};
    my $name = $lldp->lldp_rem_sysname($partial) || {};

    my %lldp_platform;
    foreach my $key ( keys %$rid ) {
        $lldp_platform{$key} = $desc->{$key} || $name->{$key};
    }
    return \%lldp_platform;
}

sub lldp_cap {
    my $lldp    = shift;
    my $partial = shift;

    my $lldp_caps = $lldp->lldp_rem_cap_spt($partial) || {};

    # Encoded as BITS which Perl Net-SNMP implementation doesn't seem to
    # be able to enumerate for us, so we have to get it from the MIB
    # and enumerate ourselves
    my $oid
        = SNMP::translateObj( 'LLDP-MIB::lldpRemSysCapEnabled', 0, 1 ) || '';
    my $enums = (
        ( ref {} eq ref $SNMP::MIB{$oid}{'enums'} )
        ? $SNMP::MIB{$oid}{'enums'}
        : {}
    );
    my %r_enums = reverse %$enums;

    my %lldp_cap;
    foreach my $key ( keys %$lldp_caps ) {
        my $cap_bits = $lldp_caps->{$key};
        next unless $cap_bits;

        my $count = 0;
        foreach my $bit ( split //, $cap_bits ) {
            if ($bit) {
                push( @{ $lldp_cap{$key} }, $r_enums{$count} );
            }
            $count++;
        }
    }
    return \%lldp_cap;
}

sub lldp_media_cap {
    my $lldp    = shift;
    my $partial = shift;

    my $lldp_caps = $lldp->lldp_rem_media_cap_spt($partial) || {};

    # Encoded as BITS which Perl Net-SNMP implementation doesn't seem to
    # be able to enumerate for us, so we have to get it from the MIB
    # and enumerate ourselves
    my $oid = SNMP::translateObj( 'lldpXMedRemCapCurrent', 0, 1 ) || '';
    my $enums = (
        ( ref {} eq ref $SNMP::MIB{$oid}{'enums'} )
        ? $SNMP::MIB{$oid}{'enums'}
        : {}
    );
    my %r_enums = reverse %$enums;

    my %lldp_cap;
    foreach my $key ( keys %$lldp_caps ) {
        my $cap_bits = $lldp_caps->{$key};
        next unless $cap_bits;

        my $count = 0;
        foreach my $bit ( split //, $cap_bits ) {
            if ($bit) {
                push( @{ $lldp_cap{$key} }, $r_enums{$count} );
            }
            $count++;
        }
    }
    return \%lldp_cap;
}

#sub root_ip {
#    my $lldp = shift;
#
#    my $man_addr = $lldp->lldp_lman_addr() || {};
#
#    foreach my $key (keys %$man_addr) {
#        my @oids   = split(/\./, $key);
#        my $proto  = shift(@oids);
#        my $length = shift(@oids);
#        # IPv4
#        if ($proto == 1) {
#            my $addr = join('.',@oids);
#            return $addr if (defined $addr and $lldp->snmp_connect_ip($addr));
#        }
#    }
#    return;
#}

# Break up the lldpRemManAddrTable INDEX into common index, protocol,
# and address.
sub _lldp_addr_index {
    my $lldp = shift;
    my $idx  = shift;

    my @oids = split( /\./, $idx );
    my $index = join( '.', splice( @oids, 0, 3 ) );
    my $proto = shift(@oids);
    shift(@oids) if scalar @oids > 4;    # $length

    # IPv4
    if ( $proto == 1 ) {
        return ( $index, $proto, join( '.', @oids ) );
    }

    # IPv6
    elsif ( $proto == 2 ) {
        return ( $index, $proto,
            join( ':', unpack( '(H4)*', pack( 'C*', @oids ) ) ) );
    }

    # MAC
    elsif ( $proto == 6 ) {
        return ( $index, $proto,
            join( ':', map { sprintf "%02x", $_ } @oids ) );
    }

    # TODO - Other protocols may be used as well; implement when needed?
    else {
        return;
    }
}

1;
__END__

=head1 NAME

SNMP::Info::LLDP - SNMP Interface to the Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)

=head1 AUTHOR

Eric Miller

=head1 SYNOPSIS

 my $lldp = new SNMP::Info (
                             AutoSpecify => 1,
                             Debug       => 1,
                             DestHost    => 'router',
                             Community   => 'public',
                             Version     => 2
                           );

 my $class = $lldp->class();
 print " Using device sub class : $class\n";

 $haslldp   = $lldp->hasLLDP() ? 'yes' : 'no';

 # Print out a map of device ports with LLDP neighbors:
 my $interfaces    = $lldp->interfaces();
 my $lldp_if       = $lldp->lldp_if();
 my $lldp_ip       = $lldp->lldp_ip();
 my $lldp_port     = $lldp->lldp_port();

 foreach my $lldp_key (keys %$lldp_ip){
    my $iid           = $lldp_if->{$lldp_key};
    my $port          = $interfaces->{$iid};
    my $neighbor      = $lldp_ip->{$lldp_key};
    my $neighbor_port = $lldp_port->{$lldp_key};
    print "Port : $port connected to $neighbor / $neighbor_port\n";
 }

=head1 DESCRIPTION

SNMP::Info::LLDP is a subclass of SNMP::Info that provides an object oriented
interface to LLDP information through SNMP.

LLDP is a Layer 2 protocol that allows a network device to advertise its
identity and capabilities on the local network providing topology information.
The protocol is defined in the IEEE standard 802.1AB.

Create or use a device subclass that inherits this class.  Do not use
directly.

=head2 Inherited Classes

None.

=head2 Required MIBs

=over

=item F<LLDP-MIB>

=item F<LLDP-EXT-MED-MIB>

=item F<LLDP-EXT-DOT1-MIB>

=item F<LLDP-EXT-DOT3-MIB>

=back

=head1 GLOBALS

These are methods that return scalar values from SNMP

=over

=item $lldp->hasLLDP()

Is LLDP is active in this device?

Note:  LLDP may be active, but nothing in C<lldpRemoteSystemsData> Tables so
the device would not return any useful topology information.

=item $lldp->lldp_sysname()

The string value used to identify the system name of the local system.  If the
local agent supports IETF RFC 3418, C<lldpLocSysName> object should have the
same value of C<sysName> object.

Nulls are removed before the value is returned.

(C<lldpLocSysName>)

=item $lldp->lldp_sysdesc()

The string value used to identify the system description of the local system.
If the local agent supports IETF RFC 3418, C<lldpLocSysDesc> object should
have the same value of C<sysDesc> object.

Nulls are removed before the value is returned.

(C<lldpLocSysDesc>)

=item  $lldp->lldp_sys_cap()

Returns which system capabilities are enabled on the local system.  Results
are munged into an ascii binary string, LSB.  Each digit represents a bit
from the table below:

=over

=item Bit 'other(0)' indicates that the system has capabilities other than
those listed below.

=item Bit 'repeater(1)' indicates that the system has repeater capability.

=item Bit 'bridge(2)' indicates that the system has bridge capability.

=item Bit 'wlanAccessPoint(3)' indicates that the system has WLAN access
point capability.

=item Bit 'router(4)' indicates that the system has router capability.

=item Bit 'telephone(5)' indicates that the system has telephone capability.

=item Bit 'docsisCableDevice(6)' indicates that the system has DOCSIS Cable
Device capability (IETF RFC 2669 & 2670).

=item Bit 'stationOnly(7)' indicates that the system has only station
capability and nothing else."

=back

(C<lldpLocSysCapEnabled>)

=back

=head1 TABLE METHODS

These are methods that return tables of information in the form of a reference
to a hash.

=over

=item $lldp->lldp_id()

Returns the string value used to identify the chassis component associated
with the remote system.

(C<lldpRemChassisId>)

=item $lldp->lldp_if()

Returns the mapping to the SNMP Interface Table. Tries to cross reference
(C<lldpLocPortDesc>) with (C<ifDescr>) and (C<ifAlias>) to get (C<ifIndex>),
if unable defaults to (C<lldpRemLocalPortNum>).

=item  $lldp->lldp_ip()

Returns remote IPv4 address.  Returns for all other address types, use
lldp_addr if you want any return address type.

=item  $lldp->lldp_ipv6()

Returns remote IPv6 address, if known.  Returns for all other address types,
use lldp_addr if you don't care about return address type.

=item  $lldp->lldp_mac()

Returns remote (management) MAC address, if known.  Returns for all other
address types, use lldp_addr if you don't care about return address type.

=item  $lldp->lldp_addr()

Returns remote address.  Type may be any IANA Address Family Number.
Currently only returns IPv4, IPv6 or MAC addresses. If the remote device
returns more than one address type, this method will give only one. Which one
is returned is decided by chance, phase of the moon and Perl hash ordering.

Use lldp_mac, lldp_ip or lldp_ipv6 if you want a specific address type.

=item $lldp->lldp_port()

Returns remote port ID

=item $lldp->lldp_platform()

Tries to return something useful from C<lldp_rem_sysdesc()> or
C<lldp_rem_sysname()>.

=item  $lldp->lldp_cap()

Returns hash of arrays with each array containing the system capabilities
supported by the remote system.  Possible elements in the array are
enumerated from C<LldpSystemCapabilitiesMap>.

=item  $lldp->lldp_media_cap()

Returns hash of arrays with each array containing the media capabilities
supported by the remote system.  Possible elements in the array are
enumerated from C<LldpXMedCapabilities>.

=back

=head2 LLDP Remote Table (C<lldpRemTable>)

=over

=item $lldp->lldp_rem_id_type()

Returns the type of encoding used to identify the chassis associated with
the remote system.

(C<lldpRemChassisIdSubtype>)

=item $lldp->lldp_rem_id()

Returns the string value used to identify the chassis component associated
with the remote system.

(C<lldpRemChassisId>)

=item $lldp->lldp_rem_pid_type()

Returns the type of port identifier encoding used in the associated
C<lldpRemPortId> object.

(C<lldpRemPortIdSubtype>)

=item $lldp->lldp_rem_pid()

Returns the string value used to identify the port component associated with
the remote system.

(C<lldpRemPortId>)

=item $lldp->lldp_rem_desc()

Returns the string value used to identify the description of the given port
associated with the remote system.

Nulls are removed before the value is returned.

(C<lldpRemPortDesc>)

=item $lldp->lldp_rem_sysname()

Returns the string value used to identify the system name of the remote
system.

Nulls are removed before the value is returned.

(C<lldpRemSysName>)

=item $lldp->lldp_rem_sysdesc()

Returns the string value used to identify the system description of the
remote system.

Nulls are removed before the value is returned.

(C<lldpRemSysDesc>)

=item $lldp->lldp_rem_hw_rev()

Returns the string value used to identify the hardware revision of the
remote system. Nulls are removed before the value is returned.

(C<lldpXMedRemHardwareRev>)

=item $lldp->lldp_rem_fw_rev()

Returns the string value used to identify the firmware revision of the
remote system. Nulls are removed before the value is returned.

(C<lldpXMedRemHardwareRev>)

=item $lldp->lldp_rem_sw_rev()

Returns the string value used to identify the software revision of the
remote system. Nulls are removed before the value is returned.

(C<lldpXMedRemSoftwareRev>)

=item $lldp->lldp_rem_serial()

Returns the string value used to identify the serial number of the
remote system. Nulls are removed before the value is returned.

(C<lldpXMedRemSerialNum>)

=item $lldp->lldp_rem_vendor()

Returns the string value used to identify the manufacturer of the
remote system. Nulls are removed before the value is returned.

(C<lldpXMedRemMfgName>)

=item $lldp->lldp_rem_asset()

Returns the string value used to identify the asset number of the
remote system. Nulls are removed before the value is returned.

(C<lldpXMedRemAssetID>)

=item $lldp->lldp_rem_model()

Returns the string value used to identify the model of the
remote system. Nulls are removed before the value is returned.

(C<lldpXMedRemModelName>)

=item  $lldp->lldp_rem_media_cap_spt()

Returns which media capabilities are supported on the remote system. Results
are munged into an ascii binary string, LSB.

=item  $lldp->lldp_rem_media_cap()

Returns which media capabilities are enabled on the remote system. Results
are munged into an ascii binary string, LSB.

=item  $lldp->lldp_rem_sys_cap()

Returns which system capabilities are enabled on the remote system.  Results
are munged into an ascii binary string, LSB.  Each digit represents a bit
from the table below:

=over

=item Bit 'other(0)' indicates that the system has capabilities other than
those listed below.

=item Bit 'repeater(1)' indicates that the system has repeater capability.

=item Bit 'bridge(2)' indicates that the system has bridge capability.

=item Bit 'wlanAccessPoint(3)' indicates that the system has WLAN access
point capability.

=item Bit 'router(4)' indicates that the system has router capability.

=item Bit 'telephone(5)' indicates that the system has telephone capability.

=item Bit 'docsisCableDevice(6)' indicates that the system has DOCSIS Cable
Device capability (IETF RFC 2669 & 2670).

=item Bit 'stationOnly(7)' indicates that the system has only station
capability and nothing else."

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(C<lldpRemSysCapEnabled>)

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