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gongora

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« on: April 12, 2008, 02:39:38 AM »

hi

i was looking at the "Linking: Unreal and Anope" thread because i am having trouble starting services

i got a shell with orbit.shell.net and they gave me an IP for IRCD 66.xxx.xx.xx

i get this error when starting services

66.xxx.xx.xx:6667- *** LocOps -- Link denied for services.66.xxx.xx.xx(unknown@66.xxx.xx.xx) (No link block named 'services.66.xxx.xx.xx') [@66.xxx.xx.xx.63264]

i think my problem is i may not understand the following ...

unrealircd.conf
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listen 2.3.4.5:7070;

link services.mynet.org  <-- what exactly should i enter here?  services.66.xxx.xx.xx  or services.shell.net
{
username *;
hostname 1.2.3.4; <-- is services IP the same as server IP?
bind-ip *;
hub *;
port 7070;
password-connect "password";
password-receive "password";
class servers;
};

ulines { services.mynet.org; };

set { services-server "services.mynet.org"; };

include "aliases/anope.conf";

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services.conf

IRCDModule "unreal32"
Numeric 250

RemoteServer 2.3.4.5 7070 "password"

ServerName "services.mynet.org"


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« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2008, 01:24:40 PM »

"<-- what exactly should i enter here? services.66.xxx.xx.xx or services.shell.net" <- the same name you put for ServerName in services.conf, in this case "services.mynet.org"

If you still get the error you listed, then you edited the wrong services.conf.

"<-- is services IP the same as server IP?" <- use the IP from "(unknown@66.xxx.xx.xx)" in the link error.

(Hiding IP's and such from us only makes it 100 times harder to help you by the way.)

[Edited on 12-4-2008 by Jobe1986]
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« Reply #2 on: April 12, 2008, 03:57:21 PM »

oh ok
i thought it wasn't safe to show IPs to public

btw
i got a friend to help me and we got it working now

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« Reply #3 on: April 13, 2008, 11:44:40 AM »

When it comes to IP addresses of IRC servers, if its a server that any user is allowed on, they have to be able to get the IP anyway to be able to connect. If you set up a DNS host like irc.domain for it, users would use that, but in the background their clients would look up the IP address using that and connect to the IP address.

So yeah, in the world of the internet, simply connecting gives out your IP address.
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