Nick Collision Issues

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Magician
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Nick Collision Issues

Post by Magician » Tue Mar 22, 2005 2:15 am

I have 3 servers linked to my network all running Unreal3.2.3 backed by a FreeBSD (Stable+Latest Version) and we are having nick collision problems... I have read the docs etc. etc. and I can't find anywhere where it explicitly states the proper use of TSCTL.

server1 TStime=1111457497 time()=1111457497 TSoffset=0
server2 TStime=1111457627 time()=1111457627 TSoffset=0
server3 TStime=1111457620 time()=1111457627 TSoffset=-7

I have no idea how to tell what this means and/or how many seconds they are off and which ones are off. Can someone please help me, the reason I brought up the TSCTL is because i'm thinking that the nick collisions are being cause by the time differences.

Thanks is advance.
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RandomNumber
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Post by RandomNumber » Tue Mar 22, 2005 5:56 am

Playing with that command isnt fun, Id suggest using services, if you use anope had one and Im not seeing it on their site. I have a copy of the .c file tho if thats the services you are using. Other services have this module also from what I hear, thats your best bet

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Post by Dukat » Tue Mar 22, 2005 7:04 am

Use NTPd to synch your clocks, that's the best way.
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Magician
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Post by Magician » Tue Mar 22, 2005 10:44 pm

Random i am using Anope... I just can't find that module that you mentioned on the anope site. could you point me in that direction?
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