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needing module

Posted: Fri Feb 09, 2007 12:07 am
by Arsenico
Hello, actually i have 2 links, and my ircops always get mad, beacuse they dont receive the snotices from the other link or vice versa.

we need a module who send the snotices of connect or disconnect from one link to another and vice versa.

ALSO we need a server or something like that. it has to be something like this:
it has to create a balance. has to be a link more, but not working.
All it has to do is:

If one server has 300 users and another 200, send new users to the second server.

So..

irc.server.com
will check how much users are in all the links...
the user try to connect and it send the user to the link who has not much users.
so this program creates a balance.


the first module we need, i hope find it for free.

the second i think some coder has to do it. so... he can send me a price, or if some good soul is on there, and can do it or he know where i can download it... will be cool !!!

Posted: Fri Feb 09, 2007 2:42 am
by Grunt
For the first issue, check the documentation.

For the second issue, use a DNS round robin. A module can't balance your network because most irc clients don't support redirection (mIRC does).

Posted: Fri Feb 09, 2007 3:20 pm
by Arsenico
Grunt wrote:For the first issue, check the documentation.

For the second issue, use a DNS round robin. A module can't balance your network because most irc clients don't support redirection (mIRC does).

i never found nothing about the SNOTICES from server1 to ircops on server2 :S

Posted: Fri Feb 09, 2007 4:11 pm
by SpaceDoG
Which SNOTICES are they not getting?

Posted: Fri Feb 09, 2007 10:27 pm
by Arsenico
SpaceDoG wrote:Which SNOTICES are they not getting?
When one user connect to link 1 the ircops on that server get an Snotice telling who is connecting... but the snotice is only for the ircops on LINK 1. i need that ALL IRCOPS from link 1 and 2 get the same Snotice. telling who is connecting :D

Posted: Sat Feb 10, 2007 1:15 pm
by Jobe1986
/mode YOURNICK +s +cF
/umode2 +s +cF
(or /quote umode2 +s +cF)

SNOMASK c = local connects and F = far connects.

Couldnt be simpler and is already implemented in the core.