"/os exception add" & "/os Global"

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"/os exception add" & "/os Global"

Post by Smark » Thu Oct 13, 2005 3:48 am

OK, heres the deal, i'm messing around with some clones on ym server, i want to make it so only 1 can connect unlimited users... so i do...

/os exception add cm-24-121-99-154.payson.az.npgco.com 0 Clones Testing

BTW, I know thats not my IP there...

and it adds it fine, but when i try to connect my clones it just goes to the server connect limit... i'm not understanding the problem...


Also, i'm having a problem with /os global. i'll do...

/os global omg

it'll say i used the global command, but no once gets the message, i dont even get it...

Any ideas?

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Post by w00t » Thu Oct 13, 2005 4:53 am

For the first, you'll probably find you have a maxperip setting somewhere in your unrealircd.conf (yeah, I actually forget which block it belongs to - i'm posting quickly)

For your other problem, I assume you're using Anope-1.6.4 or something like that? Make sure you have the NetworkDomain setting configured properly (or whatever it's called) in services.conf.
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Post by Smark » Thu Oct 13, 2005 5:50 am

Fixed the Global Command, now i just need some help with /os exception

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Post by Solutech » Thu Oct 13, 2005 9:34 am

When you say the server connect limit Im presuming you mean the maximum number of connections the server can handle ? . If so Id say its working ok . Unlimited is only unlimited as far as the server can handle it . If your servers limit is set at an example say of 1000 then you can have unlimited connects from the excluded ip up to 1000 .

May be wrong but meh I jus woke up :p
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Post by aquanight » Thu Oct 13, 2005 3:48 pm

That and the allow::maxperip option. If necessary, create a second allow block (remember to set the ip field to something invalid like NotMatchingCrap if you want to require resolved hostname).