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Postby podadan » Wed Feb 22, 2006 6:20 pm

Hello, I have a shell account on redhat.

I'd like to setup a bounce that can hide my IP.
And log conversation when I'm not conected.

Is it rule compliant ?

Thank you.
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Postby sjaz » Wed Feb 22, 2006 6:35 pm

Thats fine.
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Postby podadan » Wed Feb 22, 2006 6:40 pm

OK thanks,

I read that vhost, are forbidden and since I don't realy what else than hiding your IP a vhost can do I was wondering.

Now the challenge will be to set it up I know very little in that area.

Buy guys
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Postby sjaz » Wed Feb 22, 2006 7:07 pm

You can run a BNC and when you are on IRC you will show up as Polarhome's IP. Just do not abuse it.
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Postby podadan » Thu Feb 23, 2006 6:48 pm

Well don't be afraid, I won't abuse it :D

Which software would you advise to set this boncer on red hat? I just want to:

I'd like to setup a bounce that can hide my IP.
And log conversation when I'm not conected.


It seams that there are quite a few: BNC, PsyBNC, muh, ezbounce; I'm a bit lost. I'm a begginer so I'd like something no to complicated.

Thanks for your advise.
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Postby sjaz » Fri Feb 24, 2006 5:23 pm

I'd use psyBNC as its easy to use and widely supported.
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Postby podadan » Sat Feb 25, 2006 6:29 pm

OK thanks
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Postby podadan » Mon Feb 27, 2006 8:50 pm

Hello, I have some kind of a problem.

At first my psyBNC was working well with one server, but when I tried to add more servers and differenciate them by network it just went mad. Told me that I had no server in efnet network when I could see them in serverlist but still trying to connect unsuccessfuly on them.

I delete all servers from list but it still try to connect. I didn't understand so I replace psybnc.conf by an original one and tryed to restart the process but it didn't change a thing.

Now I'm trying to kill the process to start all over again, no respond to term, but I don't manage to kill it with
kill -1 12136 I don't get it what I'm doing wrong?
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Postby sjaz » Mon Feb 27, 2006 10:48 pm

Try kill -9 `cat psybnc.pid`

Or kill -9 12345 where 12345 is the pid.

Sometimes it just needs a -9 kick.
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Postby podadan » Tue Feb 28, 2006 1:56 am

Thank wirh -9 I managed to kill it.

I reinstalled psyBNC and got what the problem was. I'll explain in the case that someone encounter the same suituation :)

First I had tryed two try two different command to add servers in network:

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/addserver efn~irc.Prison.NET:6667
/addserver efn'irc.Prison.NET:6667


The one with the ~ is old version so it had a server BUT not a server IN a network.
The second one with the ' work fine but somehow /listservers won't show servers IN a network

The second problem was that I can't connect to efnet I got

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* *** Looking up your hostname...
* *** Checking Ident
* *** Found your hostname
* *** Got Ident response
* *** Banned Open Proxy found on your IP
* 83.227.153.76 . Please check your system and fix it.


So finally it was normal that it still try to connect even when I had delete all servers in serverlist.

But is the stuff with EFnet don't seams normal, did I have done something wrong ?

EDIT: I also got this:

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-psyBNC> You have no new Messages.
<-psyBNC> Tue Feb 28 01:04:02 :User podadan: cant connect to irc.servercentral.net port 6667.
<-psyBNC> Tue Feb 28 01:04:07 :User podadan (efn) trying efnet.demon.co.uk port 6667 ().
<-psyBNC> Tue Feb 28 01:04:07 :User podadan (efn) connected to efnet.demon.co.uk:6667 ()
<-psyBNC> Tue Feb 28 01:04:09 :User podadan (efn) got disconnected (from efnet.demon.co.uk) Reason: Closing Link: 127.0.0.1 (*** Banned (cached))
<-psyBNC> Tue Feb 28 01:04:37 :User podadan (efn) trying irc.Prison.NET port 6667 ().
<-psyBNC> Tue Feb 28 01:04:37 :User podadan (efn) connected to irc.Prison.NET:6667 ()
<-psyBNC> Tue Feb 28 01:04:43 :User podadan (efn) got disconnected (from irc.Prison.NET) Reason: Closing Link: podadan[podadan@ua-83-227-153-76.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] irc.Prison.NET (Connection closed)
<-psyBNC> Tue Feb 28 01:05:13 :User podadan (efn) trying irc.servercentral.net port 6667 ().


and this:
* *** Doing reverse DNS lookup...
* *** Connecting for ident request...
* *** Reverse DNS reply received.
* *** Doing forward DNS lookup...
* *** Sending ident request...
* *** Forward DNS reply received.
* *** Ident reply received.


I hope I'm not doing anything bad here I /bquit the network but he still try to connect :/
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Postby sjaz » Tue Feb 28, 2006 12:23 pm

No its not your fault.. There must be some port open the scanner doesn't like.

I'll look into it and report it to Zoli.
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Postby podadan » Tue Feb 28, 2006 3:13 pm

OK good to know, beaucause when I saw 'ban something' I thought bnc might have tried to much time.

I found out for listservers:

/listservers network'

and for bquit:

/bquit network'

All those commands are a bit diferent from what you can read in all the documentation I found over the Internet.

If someone whant to set up a psyBNC I would advice those at least those 4 links:

www.psybnc.at
www.exodus.ro/psybnc.html
http://dhost.info/defu/wiki/index.php?i ... _in_psyBNC
http://www.vitalspeeds.com/psybnc.htm
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Postby podadan » Tue Feb 28, 2006 4:23 pm

I can't connect to irc.gamesurge.net thru psyBNC. This time I don't have any more explainations than this:

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-psyBNC> Tue Feb 28 15:16:10 :User podadan (gms) trying irc.gamesurge.net port 6667 ().
<-psyBNC> Tue Feb 28 15:16:10 :User podadan: cant connect to irc.gamesurge.net port 6667.
<-psyBNC> Tue Feb 28 15:16:40 :User podadan (gms) trying irc.gamesurge.net port 6667 ().
<-psyBNC> Tue Feb 28 15:16:40 :User podadan: cant connect to irc.gamesurge.net port 6667.
<-psyBNC> You have been marked as quitted.


Do you know why it does this?
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Postby podadan » Fri Apr 14, 2006 7:54 pm

so no one know the problem with gamesurge?

By the way is there just noone on #polarhome on redhat IRC server or is it just that there is serveral IRC server? I feel quite lonely there.
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Postby sjaz » Fri Apr 14, 2006 7:57 pm

I don't know the problem with gamesurge and i am on the polarhome irc server 24/7 ... jsut need some folks to chat with!
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Postby derekv6_freebsd » Mon Jun 19, 2006 8:38 pm

back from the dead, i'm having the same issue with gamesurge as we speak using psybnc :\ i wonder if maybe a diff bnc will work. any ideas? i can connect to gamesurge just fine via irssi..
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Postby sjaz » Mon Jun 19, 2006 10:20 pm

Do you get any decent error message? I can't get on using bitchx if its any consolation.

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