On Tue, Feb 19, 2002 at 05:17:34PM +0000, Colm Buckley wrote:
> On Tue 19 Feb 2002 17:11, Kevin Lyda wrote:
> > is it possible to implement a closed irc server - one that would require
> > a password to access?
> Yes. Using the Undernet IRC server, for example, you can add a
> password field to your I: lines. You can set things up so that
> certain domains require password, or certain usernames, or whatever.
ok, nifty. now does anyone have experience in convincing two ircd
2.10.3p3 servers to talk to each other. i get very little feedback from
Feb 20 12:08:04 inle ircd: Lost connection to remote.server[-root at 10.10.10.10]:Success
is about it. to describe the topology:
local.server has an M line that specifies 184.108.40.206 as it's ip address.
one that local clients will use, and one that the remote.server
remote.server has an M line that specifies 10.10.1.1 as it's ip address.
this machine has one other ip address, and this is the one
that the local.server will connect to.
the docs say that the ip in the M line is used to set the outgoing
address, but in stracing the servers i see it using the interface you'd
expect from the topology of the network.
kevin at suberic.net buffy: come on, can't you put your foot down?!
fork()'ed on 37058400 giles: it *is* down.
meatspace place: orbit buffy: one of these days you're going to have to
http://suberic.net/~kevin get a grown up car. --inca mummy girl
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