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Frederick Arthur David Dalladay

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Problems with Charybdis and Anope
« on: August 13, 2011, 09:43:34 PM »

Hello,

I've recently setup a Charybdis server, after attempting to use Atheme services (which didn't compile for various reasons) I elected to go with Anope.

Currently services do not seem to connect.  There is no information at all about a connection from Anope, however Anope's log returns this:

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[Aug 13 16:31:16 2011] FATAL: Can't connect to server: Operation timed out
The appropriate connect blocks are as follows:

Charybdis:
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connect "services.int" {
        host = "1.2.3.4";
        vhost = "1.2.3.4";
        send_password = "<removed>";
        accept_password = "<removed>";
        port = 7000;
        hub_mask = "*";
        class = "server";
        flags = autoconn, compressed, topicburst;
};

Anope:
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RemoteServer    1.2.3.4 7000 "<removed>"

LocalAddress    1.2.3.4 6999

Any help would be most greatly appreciated!
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Adam

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Re: Problems with Charybdis and Anope
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2011, 09:46:37 PM »

I certainly hope you aren't literally trying to link/listen on 1.2.3.4, that should be your box's IP. Also, is your IRCd listening on port 7000? Check /stats p/P.
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Re: Problems with Charybdis and Anope
« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2011, 01:51:50 AM »

Also take out autoconn and compressed from the options as Anope supports neither.

Additionally, censoring out data is absolutely no help at all. I usually ignore help requests where the data is changed. I understand your safety issues, but please understand that the very items you censor could be the problem. If you fear exposing sensitive data, then use Anope's password protected pastebin. Anope staff knows the password. We can not help accurately unless the information we have is accurate.
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