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|0001501||unreal||ircd||public||2004-01-17 15:22||2007-04-19 04:44|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version||3.2.6|
|Summary||0001501: new server ban idea|
|Description||1) add realname server ban (sgline bahamut)|
2) a new server s"r"line ban use regexp in server ban . + * ()
|Steps To Reproduce||none|
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Adds a global realname ban.
Must be sent through an U:Lined server.
The reason must be a single parameter therefore
spaces are indicated by _, Unreal will internally
translate these to spaces
Syntax: SVSNLINE <reason_for_ban> :<realname>
Example: SVSNLINE sub7_drone :*sub7*
2) It is good yes, but how many opers would actually know how to accurately construct a regular expression ban mask? Still useful, nonetheless.
|Praetorian is right. No one seems to know what regexp is. Badwords already allows regexp, however no one even can figure that out. Instead we get people saying 'I added a badword for "a*s*s" and it doesn't work, it blocks everything that ends in an s.' For badwords all that happens when someone uses a bad regex is some text gets blocked, if it is for bans however, now you actually wind up disconnecting people. For this reason, this will not be added to Unreal anytime soon.|
2) Regexp are very important when you would like ban mass clones ex : [A-z]+[1-9]+.*
i suppose this can't be used in gline or actual because "I added a badword for "a*s*s" and it doesn't work" :)
mut maybe on szrline sgrline ...
3) An other idea channel server ban :p
/mode #channel +b $*.eu.network or /mode #channel +b $rome.it.eu.network
this ban user who using a specific server on a channel
Yeah, I agree it could be useful. It's just, will it cause more problems than it will fix?
As for banning a specific server from joining a channel, what's the point of doing that? Couldn't the user then just change servers?
>Couldn't the user then just change servers?
I suppose server admin use Iline :)
ex : *.it.network server allow acces on tld it and it ripe class C
and *.fr.network server allow acces on tld fr and fr ripe class C
a french channel ban $*.it.network and all italien user are bans from this channel
Yeah well that example makes no sense.
All *.it users are on "it.network.com" so you say ban all users from the server "it.network.com" instead, why not ban *@*.it?
because server may have other .it Iline
1) Iline on it-provider.com (.net .org ...)
2) Iline on it ipv6 /48
3) Iline on it ripe class C, B
... (no reverse)
and not only tld .it
I'd like to know if SVSNLINE works for anybody out there.
I tried the following command today on my network. would have triggered on one particularly annoying user.
/rs raw svsnline gibberish_ident :*dsafdsa*
and this kid's ident is dsadsadsafdsa
it doesn't work
I've also been trying to use it on another network, like this.
/os raw SPAMBot_Ban_.com :*.com
doesn't work either. (do I have to escape the '.'? well, even if I do, it doesn't explain why the previous ban didn't work)
Why not make the regexp syntax optional?
The default way could be the ordinary wildcard match, but "option regex;" makes it regex instead.
Well it's not simply changing the match() routine or something... regexes are a lot slower than a simply match (especially) if you need to rebuild them everytime... so usually you need to add like XX lines of code every time you add regex support for something (even with general/helper functions)...
And if it was to be added to A, B and C, people would be asking... "hey why isn't there regex supported in D/E/F/G!!?!?!~?~!? PLZ TO ADD!!"...
So while I'm not entirely against the idea, I personally won't be implementing it ;).
|Well we likely wouldn't need to rebuild them each time, since they are config directives we can simply add a regex_t to the structure and store the compiled version there. Plus, unless you are using some really complex regexps, TRE does a pretty damn good job with speed :)|
that's exactly what I ment... let me try to rephrase ;)):
since it's way too slow to build the regex every time you got to modify/add code, this has to be repeated for every thing you want to add regex for... + the users ABCDEF bla story. I presume they also want it in TKL then, it just keeps on going. I won't be surpised if people would end up asking for regex channel bans (+b) etc... ;).
Anyway, if you feel like going for this.. go ahead.. there's not really a technical limit involved.. more like effort/crazyness ;p.
[offtopic]hmmm next release will have A LOT of new/modified code... I hope we won't get flooded by bugreports ;)[/offtopic]
I'll admit to looking for more flexible glines and zlines.
I'd LOVE to be able to zline 188.8.131.52/10 (and yes, banning AOL sounds fun if impractical, but it's a mask I can get w/o looking it up)
or allowing stuff in glines like *[abc]*.isp.net or w/e would be nice too, if way beyond most of my opers.
||Also looking for info on SVSNLINE. should I just create a separate bug report?|
|CIDR based bans are on the TODO list. The problem arises, yet again, because of IPv6. Not all systems support IPv6 which makes these things difficult...|
||oops...sorry bout the inadvertent blank post....happy click finger or something..|
||Dont worry. BE happy ;)|
|2004-01-17 15:22||bejito||New Issue|
|2004-01-17 16:37||Praetorian_||Note Added: 0004698|
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|2004-01-17 18:56||bejito||Note Added: 0004706|
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|2004-01-17 20:02||bejito||Note Added: 0004716|
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|2004-01-17 20:47||bejito||Note Added: 0004723|
|2004-01-18 18:09||tabrisnet||Note Added: 0004733|
|2004-01-18 19:09||Cnils||Note Added: 0004734|
|2004-01-19 01:15||syzop||Note Added: 0004744|
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|2004-01-19 03:28||syzop||Note Added: 0004747|
|2004-01-19 04:20||tabrisnet||Note Added: 0004748|
|2004-01-19 04:21||tabrisnet||Note Added: 0004749|
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|2004-01-24 20:18||Tony||Note Added: 0004770|
|2004-05-13 09:49||Pioner||Note Added: 0006231|
||Status||new => resolved|
||Fixed in Version||=> 3.2.6|
||Resolution||open => fixed|
||Assigned To||=> stskeeps|
||Note Added: 0013596|