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Kline #402 09/12/02 12:47 AM
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Hey all!
I try these codes, and it doesn't work.. it will akill nick!user!ip.. I just want to akill ip address only. How do I do it?

#servicesa on
on *:snotice:* services are being flooded*:{
akill $11 Stop flooding the services!
}
#servicesa end

#servicesa1 on
on *:snotice:* services are being severely attacked by*:{
akill $12 Stop attacking the services!
}
#servicesa1 end


Re: Kline #403 09/12/02 04:25 AM
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In order to assist you, we would need a copy of the server notices that you are trying to react to. Each network (due to their ircd) has different server notices.


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Re: Kline #404 09/12/02 07:23 AM
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u need show me your snotice message, i'll try my best to help you out.
EX: my server use UltimateIRCd and my snotice message about flood like
-irc.myserver.com- *** Flood -- FlooderNick (10000) exceeds 8000 recvQ
Now I need kline that user, i'll try:
on *:snotice:* flood *: {
if ( flood isin $2 ) {
kline $4 You Banned From Network
}
}

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Re: Kline #405 14/12/02 02:34 PM
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Hey all. THis is my flood server notice in my CR IRC server window.

Fri Dec 13 18:07:20 2002 *** Global -- from irc.myircserver.net: services are being flooded by Nick!IDENT@162.12.65.55
Fri Dec 13 18:07:21 2002 *** Global -- from irc.myircserver.net: services are being severely attacked by Nick!IDENT@162.12.65.55


Re: Kline #406 14/12/02 03:02 PM
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Look at this post to see how to create custom filters and route them to a new window.


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Re: Kline #407 14/12/02 03:53 PM
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how that gonna help me klne that person when they flood the services?

Re: Kline #408 14/12/02 03:59 PM
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  1. You should NEVER auto-kline/auto-akill/auto-whatever users; your script should fill in ths cracks for you and make it easier to kline faster, but NOT auto.
  2. Where I showed how to echo, you could not only echo but also kline.


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Re: Kline #409 30/12/02 06:27 AM
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Hey all!

I have try everything and none work!
Any one can give all the code when this SNOTICE show in mirc window, it will kline that IP Flooder?
I can't use $8 or $9 because it has nick!user@ip

Can any one help??

[22:14] -irc.chatserver.com- *** Global -- from irc.chatserver.net: services are being flooded by Aladin123!user@203.112.20.133


[22:14] -irc.chatserver.com- *** Global -- from irc.chatserver.net: services are being severely attacked by Aladin123!user@203.112.20.133


Re: Kline #410 31/12/02 04:48 AM
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The kline command that I know is kline user[/b]@host :reason, so where I have that echo, you can insert the appropriate information as you see fit.

As your admin/trainer probably told you when you first got opered, klines (on most IRCds) are for a single server, the one you are opered on. If the person who is flooding services is not on your server, then your kline will not get rid of him. If you are a global operator, a better command would be KILL with a reason telling them to stop flooding services. You probably already know this; do as you see fit.


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