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Dealing with mibbit.com users host/ip #266649 10/01/20 07:43 PM
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Has anyone found a good method of dealing with users on Mibbitt.com? with their ip/hostnames being the same and a different username@ each time the same person connects and the generic nicknames having a hard time dealing with scripts that look at ip/hostname such as $wildsite $address or even /auser and /guser based scripts all seem to have problems with this.

Trying to setup a clone connection and revolving door scripts and they keep giving false reports because of the ircip*.mibbit.com hostname or Ips.

I remember when AOL had the same type of issue this would cause even the server SOPS to just g-line *.aol.com rather than try to deal with trying to ban a single user. I think compuserv had the same thing with their cserve.com host names. I guess mibbit.com is now the new AOL.

Re: Dealing with mibbit.com users host/ip [Re: Stephen] #266650 10/01/20 11:30 PM
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If the userid@ changes, then you want that part to be the wildcard. In $address(string,N), the N masks are shown in /help $mask

You probably want 2 or 4, depending on whether there needs to be a wildcard in the hostname too. If neither of them work, you may need a little bit of code to tweak the mibbit addresses into the wildmask you want.

Re: Dealing with mibbit.com users host/ip [Re: maroon] #266652 11/01/20 12:46 AM
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Now one thing I have started to notice is that on the whois that it lists their hostname where the fullname should be.

The below are all mibbit.com addresses and you can see the host name listed where the Full name would be listed.

60ef4923@207.192.75.252 * pool-96-239-73-35.nycmny.fios.verizon.net
4f40fcb6@207.192.75.252 * 79-64-252-182.host.pobb.as13285.net
3252275b@ircip1.mibbit.com * 50-82-39-91.client.mchsi.com
a0037666@ircip1.mibbit.com * 160-3-118-102.cpe.sparklight.net

Is this something that could be used to create a real user@host?

Maybe using raw 311 would I be able to then replace the 207.192.75.252 or ircip1.mibbit.com and have that actually work with events for $address and $wildsite? not sure if /guser levels would work with this?

Thoughts/Comments?