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Guide install Srvx IRC Services

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Guide install Srvx IRC Services

Post  Chief on Sun Jan 06, 2013 5:57 am

Guide install Srvx IRC Services
Programming language: C
Platform: Linux, BSD, Unix, Windows with CYGWIN
Supported IRCds
bahamut
ircu
Nefarious
Nefarious2.0.0
ok today we learn about srvx IRC Services.. this services run good in Nefarious then i start with explain install Srvx Services
download the  version srvx-1.4-rc3 http://sourceforge.net/projects/srvx/files/srvx/1.4.0-rc3/
download srvx 1.4.0-rc3 surge with a module spamserv
http://www.f2h.co.il/iub6gi586li8
Code:

sudo apt-get install libtre-dev
tar zxvf srvx-srvx-1.4-rc3.tar.gz
cd srvx-1.4-rc3
./configure --prefix=/home/mircx/srvx --enable-modules=snoop,helpserv
make clean
make
make install
./srvx -fd
it's look like this

now you need change the conf and fix some options
Code:

cp srvx.conf.example ./srvx.conf
you need fix in conf this
Code:

"uplinks" {
    "private-network" {
        // IP address and port the server listens on
        "address"        "your IP";
        "port"           "4400";
        // What password should we send when we connect?
        "password"       "passowrd connect";
        // What password should we require our peer to send?
        // (If it is blank, we do not require a specific password.)
        "their_password" "passowrd connect";
        
also this
Code:

"unused-uplink" {
        "address"        "your IP";
        "port"           "4400";
        "password"       ""unused-uplink" {
        "address"        "your IP";
        "port"           "4400";
        "password"       "connect passowrd";
        "their_password" "connect passowrd";
        // If "enabled" is 0, we will not try to use this uplink.
        "enabled"        "0";
        "max_tries"      "3";
};
in options Opserv you need change host to
Code:

"hostname" "srvx.mIRCxNet.org.Services";
and remeber you need set hostname also in ircd.conf this look like this
Code:

Connect {
 name = "srvx.mIRCxNet.org.Services";
 host = "IP";
 password = "connect pass";
 port = 4400;
 class = "Server";
 hub;
};
and more options you need change in ircd.conf also this for Hidden host
Code:

"EXTENDED_ACCOUNTS" = "FALSE";
and run your services
Code:

cd
cd srvx-1.3.1
./srvx
and this configure fix By ASHER
Code:

// services configuration file (example)
/* It allows two kinds of comments.  Whitespaces between tokens are
 * ignored.  All strings (even if they're just numbers) MUST be
 * enclosed in double quotes.  There must be a semicolon after every
 * key/value pair.
 */

// The "uplinks" section describes what servers we can possibly link
// to.  Each subsection describes one server.
"uplinks" {
    "private-network" {
        // IP address and port the server listens on
        "address"        "192.168.1.13";
        "port"           "4400";
        // What password should we send when we connect?
        "password"       "asher";
        // What password should we require our peer to send?
        // (If it is blank, we do not require a specific password.)
        "their_password" "asher";
        "enabled"        "1";
        // How many times should we try to connect before giving up?
        "max_tries"      "3";
        // What IP should we bind to?
        // If you do not specify bind_address, the default is used.
        // "bind_address"   "192.168.0.10"; // use this ip to link
    };

    /* unused-uplink is just an example to show you how you can
     * define more than one uplink (and how you can disable one or
     * more of them.) */
    "unused-uplink" {
        "address"        "10.0.0.4";
        "port"           "6660";
        "password"       "passwordtoconnect";
        "their_password" "passwordtorequire";
        // If "enabled" is 0, we will not try to use this uplink.
        "enabled"        "0";
        "max_tries"      "3";
    };
};

// The "services" section configures the services that make up srvx.
"services" {
    "nickserv" {
        "nick" "NickServ";
 // What user modes do you want this service to have? Please keep in
 // mind which ircd software you are using here, and that all of the
 // services need to be at least +o.
 // "modes" "+iok";
        // If you want to by have *@* as the default hostmask for all
        // new accounts, set default_hostmask.  This is discouraged
        // for security reasons.
        // "default_hostmask" "1";
        // do we warn users when someone new auths to their account?
        "warn_clone_auth" "1";
        // what is the default maxlogins value?
        "default_maxlogins" "2";
        // what is the absolute maxlogins value?
        "hard_maxlogins" "10";
        // This names a file that contains easily guessed passwords.
        // It always contains "password", "<password>" and the user's
        // account name.
        "dict_file" "/usr/share/dict/words";
        // Minimum number of various types of characters permitted in
        // a password.
        "password_min_length" "4";
        "password_min_digits" "1";
        "password_min_upper" "0";
        "password_min_lower" "0";
        // What should valid account and nicks look like?
        // If valid_nick_regex is omitted, valid_account_regex is used
        // for both nicks and accounts.
        // These look funny because "[][-]" is the only way to write the
        // character class containing the characters ']', '[' and '-'.
        "valid_account_regex" "^[][_a-z^`'{}|-][][_a-z0-9^`'{}|-]*$";
        "valid_nick_regex" "^[-_a-z][-_a-z0-9]*$";

        // Should nick ownership be disabled?
        "disable_nicks" "0";
        // One account may only own this many nicks.
        "nicks_per_account" "4";
        // Send a warning when someone uses a registered nick?
        "warn_nick_owned" "0";
        // What to do when someone uses the NickServ "reclaim" command?
        // This can be one of "none", "warn", "svsnick", or "kill", but
        // stock ircu does not support svsnick -- you need Bahamut or a
        // patch for ircu.  no, don't ask srvx developers for the patch.
        "reclaim_action" "none";
        // What (else) to do when someone uses a registered nick?
        // This can be anything "reclaim_action" can be, but it makes
        // more sense to use the "warn_nick_owned" instead of "warn".
        "auto_reclaim_action" "none";
        // How long to wait before doing the auto_reclaim_action?
        // This is ignored if "auto_reclaim_action" is "none".
        "auto_reclaim_delay" "0";

        // access control for who can change account flags
        "flag_levels" {
            "g" "800";
            "lc_h" "800"; // specifically lower case h
            "uc_H" "800"; // .. and upper case H
            "S" "999";
            "b" "1";
        };
        // and for who can change epithets for staff
        "set_epithet_level" "800";
        // what opserv access level do you need to set somebody else's level?
        "modoper_level" "850";

        // how often should accounts be expired?
        "account_expire_freq" "1d";
        // how long until an account with access to any channel(s) expires?
        "account_expire_delay" "35d";
        // how long until an account with no access to any channels expires?
        "nochan_account_expire_delay" "14d";
        /* "require_qualified" has been removed. It is now
         * integrated into the modcmd command authorization
         * and dispatch mechanism.  "/msg OpServ help modcmd"
         * for details.
         */
        // If somebody keeps guessing passwords incorrectly, do we gag them?
        "autogag_enabled" "1";
        "autogag_duration" "30m";
        "auth_policer" {
            "size" "5";
            "drain-rate" "0.05";
        };
        // How to integrate with email cookies?
        "email_enabled" "0"; // if set, /mail/enable MUST be set too
        "email_required" "0"; // ignored unless email_enabled is non-zero
        "cookie_timeout" "1d"; // how long before we expire cookies?
        "accounts_per_email" "1"; // you may want to increase this; or not
        "email_search_level" "600"; // minimum OpServ level to search based on email address
        "email_visible_level" "800"; // minimum OpServ level to see somebody's email address
    };

    "opserv" {
        "nick" "OpServ";
 // What user modes do you want this service to have? Please keep in
 // mind which ircd software you are using here, and that all of the
 // services need to be at least +o.
 // "modes" "+iok";
        // should use of this service be limited to global opers?
        "privileged" "1";
        // fullname for service
        "description" "Oper Service Bot";
        // hostname for service; only used if "description" is also set
        "hostname" "dances-all-night-with.srvx.net";
        // what channel should opserv send debug output to?
        "debug_channel" "#opserv";
        "debug_channel_modes" "+tinms";
        // where to send general alerts (e.g. flood alerts)?
        "alert_channel" "#ircops";
        "alert_channel_modes" "+tns";
        // who to tell about staff auths?
        "staff_auth_channel" "#opserv";
        "staff_auth_channel_modes" "+tinms";
        // how many clones to allow from an untrusted host?
        "untrusted_max" "4";
        // how long of a g-line should be issued if the max hosts is exceeded?
        "clone_gline_duration" "1h";
        // how long to g-line for ?block (or, by default, for ?trace gline)?
        "block_gline_duration" "1h";
        // how long to keep an illegal channel locked down (seconds)?
        "purge_lock_delay" "60";
        // channel join flood policer params?
        "join_policer" {
            "size" "20";
            "drain-rate" "1";
        };
        // automatically moderate join flooded channels?
        "join_flood_moderate" "1";
        // Don't moderate and warn channels unless there are more than
        // join_flood_moderate_threshold users in the channel. the
        // value 0 will disable the threshold.
        "join_flood_moderate_threshold" "50";
        // new user flood policer params
        "new_user_policer" {
            "size" "200";
            "drain-rate" "3";
        };
    };

    "chanserv" {
        // You may disable a service by removing its "nick" config item.
        // That means: SERVICES WILL ONLY WORK IF YOU DEFINE THEIR NICK.
        // (This is changed relative srvx-1.0.x, which would use default
        // unless you specified ".disabled".)
        "nick" "ChanServ";
 // What user modes do you want this service to have? Please keep in
 // mind which ircd software you are using here, and that all of the
 // services need to be at least +o.
 // "modes" "+iok";
        // Does your ircd have off-channel services support? Does it have
 // a registered channel mode? Does it support services opping themselves?
        // Bahamut has these things; ircu2.10.11 does not.
 // This setting takes three numerical values:
 //   0 = off
 //   1 = use a registered channel mode, have services op themselves
 //   2 = all of the above, and a channel setting to have ChanServ not
 //       idle in the channel
        "off_channel" "0";
        // how long should a person be unseen before resending infoline?
        "info_delay" "120";
        // maximum greeting length
        "max_greetlen" "200";
        // maximum users in a channel userlist
        "max_chan_users" "512";
        // maximum bans on a channel banlist
        "max_chan_bans" "512";
        // maximum length of a user's infoline
        "max_userinfo_length" "400";
        // If DynLimit is on and there are N users in the channel, ChanServ will
        // try to keep the limit at N+<adjust_threshold>.
        "adjust_threshold" "15";
        // .. but ChanServ will only increment or decrement the limit this often.
        "adjust_delay" "30";
        // How often to look for channels that have expired?
        "chan_expire_freq" "3d";
        // How long is a channel unvisited (by masters or above) before it can be expired?
        "chan_expire_delay" "30d";
        // what !set options should we show when user calls "!set" with no arguments?
        "set_shows" ("DefaultTopic", "TopicMask", "Greeting", "UserGreeting", "Modes", "PubCmd", "InviteMe", "StrictOp", "AutoOp", "EnfModes", "EnfTopic", "TopicSnarf", "UserInfo", "GiveVoice", "GiveOps", "EnfOps", "Setters", "CtcpUser", "CtcpReaction", "Protect", "Toys", "DynLimit", "NoDelete");

        // A list of !8ball responses
        "8ball" ("Not a chance.",
                "In your dreams.",
                "Absolutely!",
                "Could be, could be.");
        // channel(s) that support helpers must be in to be helping
        // if this is a list, any one by itself will do
        "support_channel" ("#support", "#registration");
        // maximum number of channels owned by one account before FORCE is required
        "max_owned" "5";
        // how long between automatic topic refreshes with TopicRefresh 0
        "refresh_period" "3h";
        // what should !access say for various staff?
        "irc_operator_epithet" "a megalomaniacal power hungry tyrant";
        "network_helper_epithet" "a wannabe tyrant";
        "support_helper_epithet" "a wannabe tyrant";
        // what should a newly registered channel get as its modes?
        "default_modes" "+nt";
        // minimum opserv access to set, clear or override nodelete setting?
        "nodelete_level" "1";
        // how long before a new channel owner can give ownership away?
        "giveownership_timeout" "1w";
    };

    "global" {
        "nick" "Global";
 // What user modes do you want this service to have? Please keep in
 // mind which ircd software you are using here, and that all of the
 // services need to be at least +o.
 // "modes" "+iok";
        // should users get community announcements by default or not?
        "announcements_default" "on";
    };
};

// The modules section gives configuration information to optional modules.
"modules" {
    "helpserv" {
        // The description/fullname field
        "description" "Help Queue Manager";
        // HelpServ bots log all of their requests to this file, with
        // details on when they were opened, closed, their contents,
        // helper, etc. The file is written in saxdb format for easy
        // parsing by external programs. Please note that you cannot
        // use ?set to change this value while srvx is running.
        "reqlogfile" "helpservreq.log";
        // How long should a helpserv be inactive (no requests assigned)
        // before it can be unregistered by the expire command?
        "expiration" "60d";
    };
    "sockcheck" {
        "max_sockets" "64";  // allow 64 concurrent clients to be checked
        "max_read" "1024"; // don't read more than 1024 bytes from any client
        "gline_duration" "1h"; // issue G-lines lasting one hour
        "max_cache_age" "60"; // only cache results for 60 seconds
        // "address" "192.168.0.10"; // do proxy tests from this address
    };
    "snoop" {
        // Where to send snoop messages?
        "channel" "#wherever";
        // Which bot?
        "bot" "OpServ";
        // Show new users and joins from net joins?  (off by default)
        "show_bursts" "0";
    };
    "memoserv" {
        "bot" "NickServ";
        "message_expiry" "30d"; // age when messages are deleted; set
                                // to 0 to disable message expiration
    };
};

"policers" {
    "commands-luser" {
        "size" "5";
        "drain-rate" "0.5";
    };
};

"rlimits" {
    "data" "50M";
    "stack" "6M";
    "vmem" "100M";
};

"server" {
    "hostname" "srvx.mIRCxNet.org.Services";
    "description" "mIRCxNet Network Services";
    "network" "mIRCxNET";
    "hidden_host" "users.mIRCxNet.org"; // set this if you enabled ircd/Undernet's +x mode
    /* hidden_host should match the F:HIDDEN_HOST: line in your ircu's ircd.conf;
     * srvx does not set the host suffix for users, but must know it when making
     * things like bans, where it should not show the user's real hostname. */
    "numeric" "10"; // hint: If you get collisions on link, CHANGE THIS.
    "max_users" "256"; // You can save a little memory by setting this to a lower value.
    "force_n2k" "1"; // Use extended (5-digit) numnick for self, even if 3 are possible.
    "ping_freq" "60";
    "ping_timeout" "90";
    "max_cycles" "30"; // max uplink cycles before giving up
    // Admin information is traditionally: location, location, email
    "admin" ("IRC Network", "Gotham City, GO", "Mr Commissioner <james.gordon@police.gov>");
    /* the following two settings are for ircu's HEAD_IN_SAND features, and are equivelent to
     * the F: lines in ircu's ircd.conf. both can be disabled by commenting them out. */
    "his_servername" "*.Generic.NET"; // hidden server name, shown in remote /whois requests
    "his_servercomment" "The Generic, Boring IRC Network";
};

// controlling how services (mostly NickServ) send mail
"mail" {
    // These options are the defaults.
    "enable" "0";
    "mailer" "/usr/sbin/sendmail";
    "from_address" "admin@poorly.configured.server";
    // These are not :>
    "extra_headers" ("X-Ereet-Services: srvx r reet");
    "body_prefix_first" ("Welcome to our network.  This prefix is used whenever srvx thinks this may be the first time we send email to your address.");
    "body_prefix" ("This goes before the mail text.", "Each string here is treated as a separate "paragraph" for line wrapping.");
    "body_suffix_first" ("We care a lot about spam.  If you did not request this email, bitch and moan loudly at our opers, and tell our ISP to gank our connection.");
    "body_suffix" ("PLEASE DO NOT BE ALARMED.  CALMLY BOARD THE AIRCRAFT, STRAP YOUR ARMS ACROSS YOUR BODY, AND JUMP THE HELL OUT OF THE PLANE.", "Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaatta!");
};

// New section in srvx-1.2 to control database locations, etc.
// If you leave this section out, each database will be in its own file,
// and they will be written out every half hour.
"dbs" {
    // This just illustrates how you can jam every database into one huge ("mondo") file.
    "ChanServ" { "mondo_section" "ChanServ"; };
    "gline" { "mondo_section" "gline"; };
    "Global" { "mondo_section" "Global"; };
    "HelpServ" { "mondo_section" "HelpServ"; };
    "modcmd" { "mondo_section" "modcmd"; };
    "NickServ" { "mondo_section" "NickServ"; };
    "OpServ" { "mondo_section" "OpServ"; };
    "sendmail" { "mondo_section" "sendmail"; };

    // These are the options if you want a database to be in its own file.
    "mondo" {
        // Where to put it?
        "filename" "srvx.db";
        // How often should it be saved?
        // (You can disable automatic saves by setting this to 0.)
        "frequency" "30m";
    };
};

// New section in srvx-1.2 to control log destinations.
// If you leave this section out, each service (technically, each log
// facility) will be in its own file, just like before.
"logs" {
    // Two kinds of items exist in this section.

    // One is a facility configuration subsection.  These have the
    // name of a log facility (one of "ChanServ", "Global",
    // "HelpServ", "NickServ", "OpServ", "ProxyCheck", or "srvx") and
    // the value is a subsection. The "srvx" log facility is a
    // catch-all/fall-back facility.
    "srvx" {
        // The "max_age" option says how long to keep log audit entries.
        "max_age" "10m";
        // The "max_count" option says how many log audit entries to keep.
        "max_count" "1024";
        // Audit (command tracking) entries are discarded if they exceed
        // either limit: for example, if entry 500 is 10 minutes old, it
        // will be discarded next time any audit command is logged.
    };

    // The other kind of item is a target list.  The name of each is a
    // description of facility-and-severity combinations, and the value
    // is a string (or list of strings) that describe where matching
    // events should be logged.  As a special case, the facility * will
    // specify how to log events regardless of their true facility, and
    // the severity * will match all severities for a facility.
    // Log targets use a psuedo-URI syntax:  one of "file:filename",
    // "std:[out|err|n]" where n is a valid file descriptor, or
    // "irc:#channel" (nicknames or server masks can be used instead
    // of channel names, but should be used with care).
    // The severity is one of "replay", "debug", "command", "info",
    // "override", "staff", "warning", "error", or "fatal".
    // WARNING: If any severity except "replay" for a facility is left
    // unspecified, it will use the default target (for example,
    // "file:chanserv.log").  For "replay" severity, you must ALWAYS
    // list a target to log it -- this is because it is very rarely
    // useful.
    "*.*" ("std:out", "file:everything.log"); // does NOT suppress any defaults
    "*.override,staff" "irc:#big-brother"; // report all uses of staff commands
    "ChanServ.*" "file:chanserv.log"; // duplicates the default behavior
    "ProxyCheck.*" (); // stop it from logging anything
};
more options for register to Nickserv Or auth to Nickserv you need write command like this
Code:

//msg NickServ@srvx.mIRCxNet.org.Services REGISTER Chief abe123456 Chief@walla.com
//msg NickServ@srvx.mIRCxNet.org.Services AUTH Chief abe123456

More Commands to Chanserv if you Try Register your channel and you see something like this

you need write this
Code:

/msg ChanServ god on
/msg OpServ modcmd ChanServ.register flags -helping


Good luck
ok more thing you need doing when you run srvx services you need write some commands to user client or other no use with this
Code:

//msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.CUNSUSPEND access 500
//msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.expire access 500
//msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.move access 500
//msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.csuspend access 500
//msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.noregister access 500
or if you oper in your network and you want this command to only to oper then you write it
Code:

/msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.move flags +oper
/msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.CUNSUSPEND flags +oper
/msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.expire flags +oper
/msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.csuspend flags +oper
/msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.noregister flags +oper
/msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.removenote flags +oper
/msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.ALLOWREGISTER flags +oper
/msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.merge flags +oper
more thing if do you want disable from new user to register channel or register a new account then write it
Code:

/msg Opserv modcmd NickServ.register flags +oper
/msg Opserv modcmd NickServ.register flags -oper
/msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.register flags +oper
/msg Opserv modcmd ChanServ.register flags -oper

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# ircd.conf - configuration file for ircd version ircu2.10
#
# Last Updated:  20, March 2002.
#
# Written by Niels <niels@undernet.org>, based on the original example.conf,
# server code and some real-life (ahem) experience.
#
# Updated and heavily modified by Braden <dbtem@yahoo.com>.
#
# Rewritten by A1kmm(Andrew Miller)<a1kmm@mware.virtualave.net> to support
# the new flex/bison configuration parser.
#
# Thanks and credits to: Run, Trillian, Cym, Morrissey, Chaos, Flynn,
#                        Xorath, WildThang, Mmmm, SeKs, Ghostwolf and
#                        all other Undernet IRC Admins and Operators,
#                        and programmers working on the Undernet ircd.
#
# This is an example of the configuration file used by the Undernet ircd.
#
# This document is based on a (fictious) server in Europe with a
# connection to the Undernet IRC network. It is primarily a leaf server,
# but if all the other hubs in Europe aren't in service, it can connect
# to one in the US by itself.
#
# The configuration format consists of a number of blocks in the format
#  BlockName { setting = number; setting2 = "string"; setting3 = yes; };
# Note that comments start from a #(hash) and go to the end of the line.
# Whitespace(space, tab, or carriage return/linefeed) are ignored and may
# be used to make the configuration file more readable.
#
# Please note that when ircd puts the configuration lines into practice,
# it parses them exactly the other way round than they are listed here.
# It uses the blocks in reverse order.
#
# This means that you should start your Client blocks with the
# "fall through", most vanilla one, and end with the most detailed.
#
# There is a difference between the "hostname" and the "server name"
# of the machine that the server is run on. For example, the host can
# have "veer.cs.vu.nl" as FQDN, and "Amsterdam.NL.EU.undernet.org" as
# server name.
# A "server mask" is something like "*.EU.UnderNet.org", which is
# matched by "Amsterdam.NL.EU.undernet.org" but not by
# "Manhattan.KS.US.undernet.org".
#
# Please do NOT just rename the example.conf to ircd.conf and expect
# it to work.


# [General]
#
# First some information about the server.
# General {
#        name = "servername";
#        vhost = "ipv4vhost";
#        vhost = "ipv6vhost";
#        description = "description";
#        numeric = numericnumber;
#        dns vhost = "ipv4vhost";
#        dns vhost = "ipv6vhost";
#        dns server = "ipaddress";
#        dns server = "ipaddress2";
# };
#
# If present, <virtual host> must contain a valid address in dotted
# quad or IPv6 numeric notation (127.0.0.1 or ::1).  The address MUST
# be the address of a physical interface on the host.  This address is
# used for outgoing connections if the Connect{} block does not
# override it.  See Port{} for listener virtual hosting.  If in doubt,
# leave it out -- or use "*", which has the same meaning as no vhost.
#
# You may specify both an IPv4 virtual host and an IPv6 virtual host,
# to indicate which address should be used for outbound connections
# of the respective type.
#
# Note that <server numeric> has to be unique on the network your server
# is running on, must be between 0 and 4095, and is not updated on a rehash.
#
# The two DNS lines allow you to specify the local IP address to use
# for DNS lookups ("dns vhost") and one or more DNS server addresses
# to use.  If the vhost is ambiguous for some reason, you may list
# IPV4 and/or IPV6 between the equals sign and the address string.
# The default DNS vhost is to let the operating system assign the
# address, and the default DNS servers are read from /etc/resolv.conf.
# In most cases, you do not need to specify either the dns vhost or
# the dns server.
General {
        name = "irc.mIRCxNet.org";
        description = "mIRCx IRC Network";
        vhost = "*";
        numeric = 1;
};

# [Admin]
#
# This sets information that can be retrieved with the /ADMIN command.
# It should contain at least an admin Email contact address.
Admin {
  # At most two location lines are allowed...
  Location = "mIRCx IRC Network";
  Location = "mIRCxNet IRC server";
  Contact = "mIRCx@gmail.com";
};

# [Classes]
#
# All connections to the server are associated with a certain "connection
# class", be they incoming or outgoing (initiated by the server), be they
# clients or servers.
#
# Class {
#  name = "<class>";
#  pingfreq = time;
#  connectfreq = time;
#  maxlinks = number;
#  maxchans = number;
#  sendq = size;
#  recvq = size;
#  usermode = "+i";
#  snomask = number;
#  autojoinchannel = "channellist";
#  autojoinnotice = "autojoinnotice";
#  restrict_join = yes/no;
#  restrict_privmsg = yes/no;
#  restrict_umode = yes/no;
# };
#
# For connection classes used on server links, maxlinks should be set
# to either 0 (for hubs) or 1 (for leaf servers).  Client connection
# classes may use maxlinks between 0 and approximately 4,000,000,000.
# maxlinks = 0 means there is no limit on the number of connections
# using the class.
#
# <connect freq> applies only to servers, and specifies the frequency
# that the server tries to autoconnect. setting this to 0 will cause
# the server to attempt to connect repeatedly with no delay until the
# <maximum links> condition is satisfied. This is a Bad Thing(tm).
# Note that times can be specified as a number, or by giving something
# like: 1 minutes 20 seconds, or 1*60+20.
#
# <snomask> applies only to classes used for Operator blocks and is
# used to specify the server notice mask an oper gets when he/she uses
# /oper. See doc/snomask.txt or doc/snomask.html for details on what
# this number means.
#
# <autojoinchannel> can be specified to automatically join users of the
# class into. If <autojoinnotice> is specified then a notice is sent
# to the user when automatically joined.
#
# <restrict_join> when enabled restricts users in the class from joining
# any channel with the exception of channels specified in the
# autojoinchannel class option.
#
# <restrict_privmsg> when enabled prevents users in the class from
# sending PRIVMSG or NOTICE to other users who are not on the same
# channel as the user.
#
# <restrict_umode> when enabled prevents users in the class from
# changing their user modes.
#
# Recommended server classes:
# All your server uplinks you are not a hub for.
Class {
 name = "Server";
 pingfreq = 1 minutes 30 seconds;
 connectfreq = 5 minutes;
 maxlinks = 1;
 sendq = 9000000;
};
# All the leaf servers you hub for.
Class {
 name = "LeafServer";
 pingfreq = 1 minutes 30 seconds;
 connectfreq = 5 minutes;
 maxlinks = 0;
 sendq = 9000000;
};
 Class { name = "client";
 pingfreq = 1 minutes 30 seconds;
 sendq = 10;
 recvq = 10;
 maxlinks = 20;
 maxchans = 10;
 usermode = "+iwx";
 fakelagminimum = 0;
 fakelagfactor = 0;
 local = no;
};
# Client {
#  username = "ident";
#  host = "host";
#  ip = "127.0.0.0/8";
#  password = "password";
#  class = "classname";
#  maxlinks = 3;
# };
#
# Everything in a Client block is optional.  If a username mask is
# given, it must match the client's username from the IDENT protocol.
# If a host mask is given, the client's hostname must resolve and
# match the host mask.  If a CIDR-style IP mask is given, the client
# must have an IP matching that range.  If maxlinks is given, it is
# limits the number of matching clients allowed from a particular IP
# address.
#
# Take the following class blocks only as a guide.
Class {
 name = "Local";
 pingfreq = 1 minutes 30 seconds;
 sendq = 160000;
 maxlinks = 100;
 usermode = "+xi";
};
Class {
 name = "America";
 pingfreq = 1 minutes 30 seconds;
 sendq = 80000;
 maxlinks = 5;
};
Class {
 name = "Other";
 pingfreq = 1 minutes 30 seconds;
 sendq = 160000;
 maxlinks = 400;
 usermode = "+x";
};
Class {
 name = "Opers";
 pingfreq = 1 minutes 30 seconds;
 sendq = 160000;
 maxlinks = 10;
 usermode = "+x";
 # For connection classes intended for operator use, you can specify
 # privileges used when the Operator block (see below) names this
 # class.  The local (aka globally_opered) privilege MUST be defined
 # by either the Class or Operator block.  The following privileges
 # exist:
 #
 # local (or propagate, with the opposite sense)
 # whox  (log oper's use of x flag with /WHO)
 # display (oper status visible to lusers)
 # chan_limit (can join local channels when in
 #                              MAXCHANNELSPERUSER channels)
 # mode_lchan (can /MODE &channel without chanops)
 # deop_lchan (cannot be deopped or kicked on local channels)
 # walk_lchan (can forcibly /JOIN &channel OVERRIDE)
 # show_invis (see +i users in /WHO x)
 # show_all_invis (see +i users in /WHO x)
 # unlimit_query (show more results from /WHO)
 # local_kill (can kill clients on this server)
 # rehash (can use /REHASH)
 # restart (can use /RESTART)
 # die (can use /DIE)
 # local_jupe (not used)
 # set (can use /SET)
 # local_gline (can set a G-line for this server only)
 # local_badchan (can set a Gchan for this server only)
 # local_jupe (can set a Jupe for this server only)
 # local_shun (can set a Shun for this server only)
 # see_chan (can see users in +s channels in /WHO)
 # list_chan (can see +s channels with /LIST S, or modes with /LIST M)
 # wide_gline (can use ! to force a wide G-line)
 # wide_shun (can use ! to force a wide /msg AuthServ@X3.mIRCxNET.Services REGISTER yourNick password emailShun)
 # see_opers (can see opers without DISPLAY privilege)
 # local_opmode (can use OPMODE/CLEARMODE on local channels)
 # force_local_opmode (can use OPMODE/CLEARMODE on quarantined local channels)
 # kill (can kill clients on other servers)
 # gline (can issue G-lines to other servers)
 # jupe (can issue Jupes to other servers)
 # shun (can issue Shuns to other servers)
 # opmode (can use /OPMODE)
 # badchan (can issue Gchans to other servers)
 # force_opmode (can use OPMODE/CLEARMODE on quarantined global channels)
 # apass_opmode (can use OPMODE/CLEARMODE on +A and +U keys)
 # check (can use /CHECK)
 # whois_notice (can set user mode +W)
 # hide_oper (can set user mode +H)
 # hide_channels (can set user mode +n)
 # hide_idle (can set user mode +I)
 # admin (gets user mode +a and can set/unset it too)
 # xtraop (can set user mode +X)
 # service (can set user mode +k)
 # remote (can use associated operator block from a remote server)
 # freeform (can use /SETHOST to apply a spoofhost not configured with a Spoofhost block)
 # remoterehash (can use /REHASH to rehash remote servers)
 # remove (can use /REMOVE to remove glines and shuns by force)
 # local_zline (can set a Z-line for this server only)
 # zline (can issue Z-lines to other servers)
 # wide_zline (can use ! to force a wide Z-line)
 #
 # For global opers (with propagate = yes or local = no), the default
 # is to grant all of the above privileges EXCEPT walk_lchan,
 # unlimit_query, set, badchan, local_badchan, apass_opmode,
 # whois_notice, hide_oper, hide-channels, hide_idle, admin, xtraop,
 # service, remote, freeform and remove.
 # For local opers, the default is to grant ONLY the following
 # privileges:
 #  chan_limit, mode_lchan, show_invis, show_all_invis, local_kill,
 #  rehash, local_gline, local_jupe, local_opmode, whox, display,
 #  force_local_opmode, local_shun and local_zline
 # Any privileges listed in a Class block override the defaults.

 local = no;
};
# [Client]
#
# To allow clients to connect, they need authorization. This can be
# done based on hostmask, address mask, and/or with a password.
# With intelligent use of classes and the maxconnections field in the
# Client blocks, you can let in a specific domain, but get rid of all other
# domains in the same toplevel, thus setting up some sort of "reverse
# Kill block".
# Client {
#  host = "user@host";
#  ip = "user@ip";
#  password = "password";
#  class = "classname";
#  sslfp = "sslfingerprint";
#  noidenttilde = yes/no;
#  hidehostcomponants = number;
#  autojoinchannel = "mircx";
#  autojoinnotice = "autojoinnotice";
# };
#
# Technical description (for examples, see below):
# For every connecting client, the IP address is known.  A reverse lookup
# on this IP-number is done to get the (/all) hostname(s).
# Each hostname that belongs to this IP-number is matched to <hostmask>,
# and the Client {} is used when any matches; the client will then show
# with this particular hostname.  If none of the hostnames match, then
# the IP-number is matched against the <IP mask ...> field, if this matches
# then the Client{} is used nevertheless and the client will show with the
# first (main) hostname if any; if the IP-number did not resolve then the
# client will show with the dot notation of the IP-number.
# There is a special case for the UNIX domain sockets and localhost connections
# though; in this case the <IP mask ...> field is compared with the
# name of the server (thus not with any IP-number representation). The name
# of the server is the one returned in the numeric 002 reply, for example:
# 002 Your host is 2.undernet.org[jolan.ppro], running version ...
# Then the "jolan.ppro" is the name used for matching.
# Therefore, unix domain sockets, and connections to localhost would
# match this block:
# host = "*@jolan.ppro";
#
# This is the "fallback" entry. All .uk, .nl, and all unresolved are
# in these two lines.
# By using two different lines, multiple connections from a single IP
# are only allowed from hostnames which have both valid forward and
# reverse DNS mappings.
Client
{
 class = "Other";
 ip = "*@*";
 maxlinks = 2;
};


Client
{
 class = "Other";
 host = "*@*";
 maxlinks = 2;
};
# If you don't want unresolved dudes to be able to connect to your
# server, do not specify any "ip = " settings.
#
# Here, take care of all American ISPs.
Client
{
 host = "*@*.com";
 class = "America";
 maxlinks = 2;
};

Client
{
 host = "*@*.net";
 class = "America";
 maxlinks = 2;
};
# Now list all the .com / .net domains that you wish to have access...
# actually it's less work to do it this way than to do it the other
# way around - K-lining every single ISP in the US.
# I wish people in Holland just got a .nl domain, and not try to be
# cool and use .com...
Client { host = "*@*.wirehub.net"; class = "Other"; maxlinks=2; };
Client { host = "*@*.planete.net"; class = "Other"; maxlinks=2; };
Client { host = "*@*.ivg.com"; class = "Other"; maxlinks=2; };
Client { host = "*@*.ib.com"; class = "Other"; maxlinks=2; };
Client { host = "*@*.ibm.net"; class = "Other"; maxlinks=2; };
Client { host = "*@*.hydro.com"; class = "Other"; maxlinks=2; };
Client { host = "*@*.nl.net"; class = "Other"; maxlinks=2; };

# You can request a more complete listing, including the "list of standard
# Kill blocks" from the Routing Committee; it will also be sent to you if
# you apply for a server and get accepted.
#
# Ourselves - this makes sure that we can get in, no matter how full
# the server is (hopefully).
Client
{
 host = "*@*.london.ac.uk";
 ip = "*@193.37.*";
 class = "Other";
 # A maxlinks of over 5 will automatically be glined by euworld on Undernet
 maxlinks = 5;
};

# You can put an expression in the maxlinks value, which will make ircd
# only accept a client when the total number of connections to the network
# from the same IP number doesn't exceed this number.
# The following example would accept at most one connection per IP number
# from "*.swipnet.se" and at most two connections from dial up accounts
# that have "dial??.*" as host mask:
# Client {
#  host = "*@*.swipnet.se";
#  maxlinks = 1;
#  class = "Other";
# };
# Client {
#  host = "*@dial??.*";
#  maxlinks = 2;
#  class = "Other";
# };
#
# If you are not worried about who connects, this line will allow everyone
# to connect.
#Client {
# host = "*@*";
# ip = "*@*";
# class = "Other";
# maxlinks = 2;
#};
#
# You can additionally specify either a country code or continent code
# using the country or continent fields for a Client block to be matched
# by.
 Client {
  country = "IL";
  class = "Local";
 };

# You can also specify an SSL client certificate fingerprint for a Client
# block as an alternative, or addition to the password for authentication.
# Client {
#  host "local";
#  ip = "*";
#  class = "local";
#  sslfp = #"61D0720B27D8AED9C0A7CB788091B0D8D9A94E119D5118E574B70EECD41B3C26";
# };

# You can disable the '~' prefix applied to users with no ident reply by
# setting noidenttilde to 'no' (default: 'yes').
# Client {
#  host = "local";
#  ip = "*";
#  class = "Other";
#  noidenttilde = yes;
# };

# You can specify a server (and optionally a port) that a client should be advised
# to reconnect to using the 'redirect' option. If a port is not specified then
# 6667 is used.
#
# Client {
#  host = "*@*";
#  ip = "*@*";
#  class = "Other";
#  redirect = "some.other.server.com" 6667;
# };

# You can specify the number of host name componants to hide when using
# HOST_HIDING_STYLE 2 or 3 by adding the hidehostcomponants option to a Client
# block.
#
# Client {
#  host = "*@*";
#  ip = "*@*";
#  class = "Other";
#  hidehostcomponants = 3;
# };

# You can specify a list of channels to automatically join users into upon
# connecting by adding the autojoinchannel option to the Client block. You
# can also specify a notice to send to users when they are automatically.
#
 Client {
  host = "*@*";
  ip = "*@*";
  class = "Other";
  autojoinchannel = "#mIRCx";
  autojoinnotice = "*** Notice -- You are now being autojoined into #mIRCx Enjoy ;)";
 };

# [motd]
#
# It is possible to show a different Message of the Day to a connecting
# client depending on its origin.
# motd {
#  # Note: host can also be a classname.
#  host = "Other";
#  country = "countrycode";
#  continent = "continentcode";
#  file = "path/to/motd/file";
# };
#
# More than one host/country/continent = "mask"; entry may be present in
# one block; this has the same effect as one Motd block for each host
# entry, but makes it easier to update the messages's filename.
#
# DPATH/net_com.motd contains a special MOTD where users are encouraged
# to register their domains and get their own client{} lines if they're in
# Europe, or move to US.UnderNet.org if they're in the USA.
motd {
 host = "*.net";
 file = "net_com.motd";
};
motd {
 host = "*.com";
 file = "net_com.motd";
};
motd {
 host = "America";
 file = "net_com.motd";
};

# A different MOTD for ourselves, where we point out that the helpdesk
# better not be bothered with questions regarding irc...
motd {
 host = "*.london.ac.uk";
 file = "london.motd";
};

# [UWorld]
#
# One of the many nice features of Undernet is "Uworld", a program
# connected to the net as a server. This allows it to broadcast any mode
# change, thus allowing opers to, for example, "unlock" a channel that
# has been taken over.
# There is only one slight problem: the TimeStamp protocol prevents this.
# So there is a configuration option to allow them anyway from a certain
# server.
# UWorld {
#  # The servername or wildcard mask for it that this applies to.
#  name = "relservername";
# };
#
# You may have have more than one name listed in each block.
#
# Note: (1) These lines are agreed on by every server admin on Undernet;
# (2) These lines must be the same on every single server, or results
# will be disasterous; (3) This is a useful feature, not something that
# is a liability and abused regularly (well... :-)
# If you're on Undernet, you MUST have these lines. I cannnot stress
# this enough.  If all of the servers don't have the same lines, the
# servers will try to undo the mode hacks that Uworld does.  Make SURE that
# all of the servers have the EXACT same UWorld blocks.
#
# If your server starts on a bit larger network, you'll probably get
# assigned one or two uplinks to which your server can connect.
# If your uplink(s) also connect to other servers than yours (which is
# probable), you need to define your uplink as being allowed to "hub".
# See the Connect block documentation for details on how to do that.

UWorld {
 name = "uworld.eu.undernet.org";
 name = "uworld2.undernet.org";
 name = "uworld.undernet.org";
 name = "channels.undernet.org";
 name = "channels2.undernet.org";
 name = "channels3.undernet.org";
 name = "channels4.undernet.org";
 name = "channels5.undernet.org";
 name = "channels6.undernet.org";
};

# As of ircu2.10.05 is it possible to Jupe nicks. As per CFV-0095 and
# CFV-0255, the following nicks must be juped, it is not allowed to
# jupe others as well.
Jupe {
 nick = "A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,S,T,U,V,W,X,Y,Z,{,|,},~,-,_,`";
 nick = "EuWorld,UWorld,UWorld2";
 nick = "login,undernet,protocol,pass,newpass,org";
 nick = "StatServ,NoteServ";
 nick = "ChanSvr,ChanSaver,ChanServ";
 nick = "NickSvr,NickSaver,NickServ";
 nick = "LPT1,LPT2,COM1,COM2,COM3,COM4,AUX";
};

# [Kill]
#
# While running your server, you will most probably encounter individuals
# or groups of persons that you do not wish to have access to your server.
#
# For this purpose, the ircd understands "kill blocks". These are also
# known as K-lines, by virtue of the former config file format.
# Kill
# {
#  host = "user@host";
#  reason = "The reason the user will see";
# };
# It is possible to ban on the basis of the real name.
# It is also possible to use a file as comment for the ban, using
# file = "file":
# Kill
# {
#  realname = "realnametoban";
#  file = "path/to/file/with/reason/to/show";
# };
# It is also possible to ban using either the 2 letter country code or
# the 2 letter continent code provided by GeoIP using either the country
# or continent fields.
# Kill
# {
#  country = "US";
#  reason = "Local server for local people!";
# };
#
#
# The default reason is: "You are banned from this server"
# Note that Kill blocks are local to the server; if you ban a person or a
# whole domain from your server, they can get on IRC via any other server
# that doesn't have them Killed (yet).
#
# With a simple comment, using quotes:
Kill { host = "*.au"; reason = "Please use a nearer server"; };
Kill { host = "*.edu"; reason = "Please use a nearer server"; };

# You can also kill based on username.
Kill { username = "sub7"; realname = "s*7*"; reason = "You are infected with a Trojan"; };

# The file can contain for example, a reason, a link to the
# server rules and a contact address.  Note the combination
# of username and host in the host field.
Kill
{
 host = "*luser@unixbox.flooder.co.uk";
 file = "kline/youflooded.txt";
};

# IP-based kill lines apply to all hosts, even if an IP address has a
# properly resolving host name.
#Kill
#{
# host = "192.168.*";
# file = "klines/martians";
#};
#
# The realname field lets you ban by realname...
Kill
{
 realname = "*sub7*";
 reason = "You are infected with a Trojan";
};

# The version field lets you ban by CTCP version (requires "CTCP_VERSION" and
# "CTCP_VERSIONING_KILL" to be enabled in the Features block)
#Kill
#{
#  version = "*iroffer*";
#  reason = "You are using a disallowed chat client version. Either upgrade #or get a new client.";
#};
#
# A Kill block can also allow authenticated users to connect even if they match
# the kill block in question. This can be achieved by adding the authexempt
# option to the kill block. Addition of the mark option will add a line to the
# users WHOIS with the value of the mark option.
#Kill
#{
#  host = "silly.people";
#  reason = "Silly people are not allowed unless authenticated.";
#  authexempt = yes;
#  mark = "Silly Person";
#};
#
# [Connect]
#
# You probably want your server connected to other servers, so your users
# have other users to chat with.
# IRC servers connect to other servers forming a network with a star or
# tree topology. Loops are not allowed.
# In this network, two servers can be distinguished: "hub" and "leaf"
# servers. Leaf servers connect to hubs; hubs connect to each other.
# Of course, many servers can't be directly classified in one of these
# categories. Both a fixed and a rule-based decision making system for
# server links is provided for ircd to decide what links to allow, what
# to let humans do themselves, and what links to (forcefully) disallow.
#
# The Connect blocks
# define what servers the server connect to, and which servers are
# allowed to connect.
# Connect {
#  name = "servername";
#  host = "hostnameORip";
#  vhost = "localIP";
#  password = "passwd";
#  port = portno;
#  class = "classname";
#  maxhops = 2;
#  hub = "*.eu.undernet.org";
#  autoconnect = no;
#  sslfp = "sslfingerprint";
# };
#
# The "port" field defines the default port the server tries to connect
# to if an operator uses /connect without specifying a port. This is also
# the port used when the server attempts to auto-connect to the remote
# server. (See Class blocks for more informationa about auto-connects).
# You may tell ircu to not automatically connect to a server by adding
# "autoconnect = no;"; the default is to autoconnect.
#
# If the vhost field is present, the server will use that IP as the
# local end of connections that it initiates to this server.  This
# overrides the vhost value from the General block.
#
# If the sslfp field is present the remote server must be connected via
# SSL using an SSL certificate with the SHA256 fingerprint specified to
# be allowed to use the Connect block.
#
# The maxhops field causes an SQUIT if a hub tries to introduce
# servers farther away than that; the element 'leaf;' is an alias for
# 'maxhops = 0;'.  The hub field limits the names of servers that may
# be introduced by a hub; the element 'hub;' is an alias for
# 'hub = "*";'.
#
# Our primary uplink.
Connect {
 name = "X3.mIRCxNet.Services";
 host = "192.168.1.13";
 password = "asher";
 port = 4400;
 class = "Server";
 hub = "*";
};

Connect {
 name = "srvx.mIRCxNet.org.Services";
 host = "192.168.1.13";
 password = "asher";
 port = 4400;
 class = "Server";
 hub = "*";
};

Connect {
 name = "services.mIRCxNet.Services";
 host = "192.168.1.16";
 password = "asher";
 port = 4400;
 class = "Server";
 hub;
};

# [crule]
#
# For an advanced, real-time rule-based routing decision making system
# you can use crule blocks. For more information, see doc/readme.crules.
# If more than one server mask is present in a single crule, the rule
# applies to all servers.
# CRULE
# {
#  server = "servermask";
#  rule = "connectrule";
#  # Setting all to yes makes the rule always apply. Otherwise it only
#  # applies to autoconnects.
#  all = yes;
# };
CRULE
{
 server = "*.US.UnderNet.org";
 rule = "connected(*.US.UnderNet.org)";
};
CRULE
{
 server = "*.EU.UnderNet.org";
 rule = "connected(Amsterdam.NL.EU.*)";
};

# The following block is recommended for leaf servers:
CRULE
{
 server = "*";
 rule = "directcon(*)";
};

# [Operator]
#
# Inevitably, you have reached the part about "IRC Operators". Oper status
# grants some special privileges to a user, like the power to make the
# server break or (try to) establish a connection with another server,
# and to "kill" users off IRC.
# I can write many pages about this; I will restrict myself to saying that
# if you want to appoint somebody as IRC Operator on your server, that
# person should be aware of his/her responsibilities, and that you, being
# the admin, will be held accountable for their actions.
#
# There are two sorts of IRC Operators: "local" and "global". Local opers
# can squit, connect and kill - but only locally: their +o user mode
# is not not passed along to other servers. On Undernet, this prevents
# them from using Uworld as well.
#
# More than one host = "mask"; entry may be present in one block; this
# has the same effect as one Operator block for each host entry, but
# makes it easier to update operator nicks, passwords, classes, and
# privileges.
#
# Operator {
#  host = "host/IP mask";
#  name = "opername";
#  password = "encryptedpass";
#  class = "classname";
#  sslfp = "sslfingerprint";
#  snomask = number;
#  autojoinchannel = "channellist";
#  autojoinnotice = "autjoinnotice";
#  # You can also set any operator privilege; see the Class block
#  # documentation for details.  A privilege defined for a single
#  # Operator will override the privilege settings for the Class
#  # and the default setting.
# };
#
# By default, the password is hashed using the system's native crypt()
# function.  Other password mechanisms are available; the umkpasswd
# utility from the ircd directory can hash passwords using those
# mechanisms.  If you use a password format that is NOT generated by
# umkpasswd, ircu will not recognize the oper's password.
#
# If sslfp is present the user must be connected via SSL from a client
# setup to use an SSL client certificate with the SHA256 fingerprint
# specified.
#
# snomask is used to specify the server notice mask an oper gets when
# he/she uses /oper. See doc/snomask.txt or doc/snomask.html for
# details on what this number means.
#
# autjoinchannel allows you to specify channels the user is automatically
# joined into when he/she uses /oper. Additionally you can specify a
# notice to be sent to the user by using autojoinnotice.
#
# All privileges are shown with their default values; if you wish to
# override defaults, you should set only those privileges for the
# operator.  Listing defaulted privileges just makes things harder to
# find.
Operator {
 local = no;
 host = "*@*.cs.vu.nl";
 password = "VRKLKuGKn0jLt";
 name = "Niels";
 class = "Local";
};
Operator {
 host = "*@*";
 password = "$PLAIN$leetmoo";
 name = "darksis";
local = no;
 whox = yes;
 display = yes;
 chan_limit = yes;
 mode_lchan = yes;
 deop_lchan = yes;
 walk_lchan = yes;
 show_invis = yes;
 show_all_invis = yes;
 unlimit_query = yes;
 local_kill = yes;
 rehash = yes;
 restart = yes;
 die = yes;
 local_jupe = yes;
 set = yes;
 local_gline = yes;
 local_badchan = yes;
 local_shun = yes;
 see_chan = yes;
 list_chan = yes;
 wide_gline = yes;
 wide_shun = yes;
 see_opers = yes;
 local_opmode = yes;
 force_local_opmode = yes;
 kill = yes;
 gline = yes;
 jupe = yes;
 shun = yes;
 opmode = yes;
 badchan = yes;
 force_opmode = yes;
 apass_opmode = yes;
 check = yes;
 whois_notice = yes;
 hide_oper = yes;
 hide_channels = yes;
 admin = yes;
 xtraop = yes;
 service = yes;
 remote = yes;
 freeform = yes;
 remoterehash = yes;
 remove = yes;
 local_zline = yes;
 zline = yes;
 wide_zline = yes;
 class = "Opers";
};

# Note that the <connection class> is optional, but leaving it away
# puts the opers in class "default", which usually only accepts one
# connection at a time.  If you want users to Oper up more then once per
# block, then use a connection class that allows more then one connection,
# for example (using class Local as in the example above):
#
# Once you OPER your connection class changes no matter where you are or
# your previous connection classes.  If the defined connection class is
# Local for the operator block, then your new connection class is Local.

# [Port]
# When your server gets more full, you will notice delays when trying to
# connect to your server's primary listening port. It is possible via the
# Port lines to specify additional ports for the ircd to listen to.
# De facto ports are: 6667 - standard; 6660-6669 - additional client
# ports;
# Undernet uses 4400 for server listener ports.
# These are just hints, they are in no way official IANA or IETF policies.
# IANA says we should use port 194, but that requires us to run as root,
# so we don't do that.
#
#
# Port {
#  port = [ipv4] [ipv6] number;
#  mask = "ipmask";
#  # Use this to control the interface you bind to.
#  vhost = [ipv4] [ipv6] "virtualhostip";
#  # You can specify both virtual host and port number in one entry.
#  vhost = [ipv4] [ipv6] "virtualhostip" number;
#  # Setting to yes makes this server only.
#  server = yes;
#  # Setting to yes makes the port "hidden" from stats.
#  hidden = yes;
#  # Setting to yes makes the port accept SSL encrypted connections.
#  ssl = yes;
# };
#
# The port and vhost lines allow you to specify one or both of "ipv4"
# and "ipv6" as address families to use for the port.  The default is
# to listen on both IPv4 and IPv6.
#
# The mask setting allows you to specify a range of IP addresses that
# you will allow connections from. This should only contain IP addresses
# and '*' if used. This field only uses IP addresses. This does not use
# DNS in any way so you can't use it to allow *.nl or *.uk. Attempting
# to specify anything other than numbers, dots and stars [0-9.*] will result
# in the port allowing connections from anyone.
#
# The interface setting allows multiply homed hosts to specify which
# interface to use on a port by port basis, if an interface is not specified
# the default interface will be used. The interface MUST be the complete
# IP address for a real hardware interface on the machine running ircd.
# If you want to use virtual hosting *YOU* *MUST* *USE* *THIS* otherwise it
# WILL bind to all interfaces - not what most people seem to expect.
#
Port {
 server = yes;
 port = 4400;
};

# This is an SSL port.
#Port {
# ssl = yes;
# port = 6697;
#};
#
# This is an IPv4-only Server port that is Hidden
#Port {
# server = yes;
# hidden = yes;
# port = ipv4 4401;
#};
#
# The following are normal client ports
Port { port = 6667; };
#Port { port = 4872; };
#Port {
# # This only accepts clients with IPs like 192.168.*.
# mask = "192.168.*";
# port = 6668;
#};
#
# This is a hidden client port, listening on 168.8.21.107.
Port {
 vhost = "192.168.1.13";
 hidden = no;
 port = 6667;
};

# More than one vhost may be present in a single Port block; in this case,
# we recommend listing the port number on the vhost line for clarity.
#Port {
# vhost = "172.16.0.1" 6667;
# vhost = "172.16.3.1" 6668;
# hidden = no;
#};
#
# [Spoofhost]
#
# Spoofhost "*" {
#  pass = "aoAr1HnR6gl3sJ7hVz4Zb7x4YwpW";
#  host = "*";
#  autoapply = no;
#  ismask = yes;
# };

# <spoof host>  An ident@hostname or hostname to be spoofed
# <password>    A password for this spoof host. Used if SETHOST_USER is enabled.
# <hostmask>    A hostmask for matching against users that are to be auto
#              spoofed or to restrict access to a spoof host.
# <autoapply>  Either yes or no, yes indicates that the Spoofhost should be
#              automatically applied to a user. If set to yes, <pass> is
#              ignored when automatically applying the host.
# <ismask>      Either yes or no, yes indicates that <spoof host> is a wild
#              card mask (includes * or ?) to match against the supplied spoof
#              host. A yes also sets <autoapply> to no.
#
# NOTE: When using ismask steps should be taken to ensure only users you trust
#      can make use of a Spoofhost block using the option. The reason for this
#      is because of the nature of ismask, users who can use a Spoofhost block
#      with ismask enabled can make use of a wild card mask to change their
#      host name and evade channel bans.
#
# Spoofhost "testsline.AfterNET.Org"  { pass = #"aoAr1HnR6gl3sJ7hVz4Zb7x4YwpW"; host = "*"; };
#
# This is how to define Spoofhosts when having freeform turned off.
# Spoofhost "testsline2.AfterNET.Org" { username = "x"; host = "nohost"; };

# Quarantine blocks disallow operators from using OPMODE and CLEARMODE
# on certain channels.  Opers with the force_opmode (for local
# channels, force_local_opmode) privilege may override the quarantine
# by prefixing the channel name with an exclamation point ('!').
# Wildcards are NOT supported; the channel name must match exactly.
Quarantine {
  "#shells" = "Thou shalt not support the h4><0rz";
  "&kiddies" = "They can take care of themselves";
};

# This is a server-implemented alias to send a message to a service.
# The string after Pseudo is the command name; the name entry inside
# is the service name, used for error messages.  More than one nick
# entry can be provided; the last one listed has highest priority.
Pseudo "CHANSERV" {
 name = "X3";
 nick = "AuthServ@X3.mIRCxNET.Services";
};

# You can also prepend text before the user's message.
Pseudo "CHANSERV" {
 name = "X3";
 nick = "AuthServ@X3.mIRCxNET.Services";
};

# You can also prepend text before the user's message.
Pseudo "cmd" {
 name = "X3";
 prepend = "service";
 nick = "AuthServ@X3.mIRCxNET.Services";
};

# You can also specify the default text to send if the user does not
# supply some text.
Pseudo "AUTHSERV" {
 name = "AUTH";
 nick = "AuthServ@x3.mIRCxNET.Services";
};

Pseudo "AUTH" {
name = "authserv";
nick = "AuthServ@X3.mIRCxNET.Services";
prepend = "AUTH ";
};
# You can ask a separate server whether to allow users to connect.
# Uncomment this ONLY if you have an iauth helper program.
#IAuth {  program = "/usr/bin/perl" "/home/asher/nefarious2/tools/iauthd.pl" #"-v" "-d" "-c" "/home/asher/lib/ircd.conf";
#};
#IAUTH POLICY RTAWUwFr
#IAUTH CACHETIMEOUT 21600
#IAUTH DNSTIMEOUT 5
#IAUTH BLOCKMSG Sorry! Your connection to AfterNET has been rejected because of your internet address's poor reputation. You may try an authenticated login using Login-On-Connect (LOC) instead. See http://mircxnet.org/rbl for more information.
#IAUTH DNSBL server=dnsbl.sorbs.net index=2,3,4,5,6,7,9 mark=sorbs block=anonymous
#IAUTH DNSBL server=dnsbl.dronebl.org index=2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10,13,14,15 mark=dronebl block=anonymous
#IAUTH DNSBL server=rbl.efnetrbl.org index=4 mark=tor block=anonymous
#IAUTH DNSBL server=rbl.efnetrbl.org index=1,2,3,5 mark=efnetrbl block=anonymous
#IAUTH DNSBL server=dnsbl-2.uceprotect.net index=2 mark=uce-2
#IAUTH DNSBL server=6667.173.122.134.230.173.ip-port.exitlist.torproject.org index=2 mark=tor block=anonymous
#IAUTH DNSBL server=80.204.128.107.97.ip-port.exitlist.torproject.org index=2 mark=tor block=anonymous
#IAUTH DNSBL server=443.204.128.107.97.ip-port.exitlist.torproject.org index=2 mark=tor block=anonymous
# [Forwards]
# These blocks will enable the server to forward any messages which
# are prefixed and specific with a b:line. This will allow users to
# use the services without the services being in channel.
#
# Forwards {
#  "<prefix>" = "<services server>";
# };
#
# Forwards {
#  "!" = "channels.undernet.org";
#  "?" = "channels.undernet.org";
#  "." = "channels.undernet.org";
# };
#
# Any channel messages prefixed with a ? ! or a . would be sent to
# channels.undernet.org in the above examples.

# [WebIRC]
# These blocks allow you to run a WEBIRC client on your website without
# having to set clone exceptions for your websites hostname on your IRCd.
# WEBIRC will send a WEBIRC command along with the clients hostname, ip and
# WEBIRC password.
#
# WebIRC {
#  host = "user@host";
#  password = "password";
#  ident = "fakeident";
#  userident = yes/no;
#  ignoreident = yes/no;
#  stripsslfp = yes/no;
#  description = "description";
# };
#
# The host and password fields take the same formats as in the Client block.
# The host field is matched against the host mask of the client attempting
# to use the WEBIRC command. The ident field is optional and if specified
# is used as if it were the reply from the users identd. The ignoreident
# option causes any identd reply already received to be ignored. The
# userident option uses the USER user name as if it were an identd reply if
# none was received or if ignoreident is set to yes. The description field is
# a short line of text to be added to the user's WHOIS to mark them as a
# WEBIRC user. If the client issuing the WEBIRC command uses an SSL client
# certificate then stripsslfp should be set to yes.
#
# Example:
# WebIRC {
#  host = "*@127.0.0.1";
#  password = "$PLAIN$kg533n6xVI";
# };

# [Except]
# These blocks allow you to exempt matching clients from various
# restrictions or checks.
#
# Except {
#  host = "user@host";
#  shun = yes/no;
#  kline = yes/no;
#  gline = yes/no;
#  ident = yes/no;
#  rdns = yes/no;
#  ipcheck = yes/no;
#  targetlimit = yes/no;
# };
#
# The host field is used to specify a user@host mask to select clients to
# apply the exemptions to. For some exemption types such as ipcheck, ident and
# rdns, you can only specify a mask of *@<ip> or *@<cidr> as neither ident nor
# rDNS checks have been performed when exceptions have been checked. The kline
# type exempts users from Kill blocks in ircd.conf that the client matches.
# The gline and shun types exempt matching clients from glines and shuns
# respectively. The ident and rdns types stop the IRCd from performing ident
# and reverse DNS lookups for matching clients. The ipcheck type exempts
# matching clients from connection throttling and IP limits. The targetlimit
# type exempts matching clients from the message target limits.

# [features]
# IRC servers have a large number of options and features.  Most of these
# are set at compile time through the use of #define's--see "make config"
# for more details--but we are working to move many of these into the
# configuration file.  Features let you configure these at runtime.
# You only need one feature block in which you use
# "featurename" = "value1" , "value2", ..., "valuen-1", "valuen";
#
# The entire purpose of F:lines are so that you do not have to recompile
# the IRCD everytime you want to change a feature.  All of the features
# are listed below, and at the bottom is how to set logging.
#
# A Special Thanks to Kev for writing the documentation of F:lines.  It can
# be found at doc/readme.features and the logging documentation can be
# found at doc/readme.log.  The defaults used by the Undernet network are
# below.
#
features
{
# These log features are the only way to get certain error messages
# (such as when the server dies from being out of memory).  For more
# explanation of how they work, see doc/readme.log.
 "LOG" = "SYSTEM" "FILE" "ircd.log";
 "LOG" = "SYSTEM" "LEVEL" "CRIT";
#  "DOMAINNAME"="<obtained from /etc/resolv.conf by ./configure>";
#  "RELIABLE_CLOCK"="FALSE";
#  "BUFFERPOOL"="27000000";
#  "HAS_FERGUSON_FLUSHER"="FALSE";
  "CLIENT_FLOOD"="8000";
#  "SERVER_PORT"="4400";
#  "NODEFAULTMOTD"="TRUE";
#  "MOTD_BANNER"="TRUE";
#  "KILL_IPMISMATCH"="FALSE";
#  "IDLE_FROM_MSG"="TRUE";
  "HUB"="TRUE";
  "WALLOPS_OPER_ONLY"="TRUE";
#  "NODNS"="FALSE";
#  "RANDOM_SEED"="<you should set one explicitly>";
#  "DEFAULT_LIST_PARAM"="";
#  "NICKNAMEHISTORYLENGTH"="800";
  "NETWORK"="mIRCxNet";
#  "HOST_HIDING"="FALSE";
  "HIDDEN_HOST"="users.mIRCxnet.israel";
  "HIDDEN_IP"="127.0.0.1";
#  "KILLCHASETIMELIMIT"="30";
#  "MAXCHANNELSPERUSER"="10";
#  "NICKLEN" = "12";
#  "AVBANLEN"="40";
#  "MAXBANS"="50";
#  "MAXSILES"="15";
#  "HANGONGOODLINK"="300";
#  "HANGONRETRYDELAY" = "10";
  "CONNECTTIMEOUT" = "90";
#  "MAXIMUM_LINKS" = "1";
#  "PINGFREQUENCY" = "120";
#  "CONNECTFREQUENCY" = "600";
#  "DEFAULTMAXSENDQLENGTH" = "40000";
#  "GLINEMAXUSERCOUNT" = "20";
  "MPATH" = "ircd.motd";
#  "RPATH" = "remote.motd";
  "PPATH" = "ircd.pid";
#  "TOS_SERVER" = "0x08";
#  "TOS_CLIENT" = "0x08";
#  "POLLS_PER_LOOP" = "200";
#  "IRCD_RES_TIMEOUT" = "4";
#  "IRCD_RES_RETRIES" = "2";
  "AUTH_TIMEOUT" = "9";
  "IPCHECK_CLONE_LIMIT" = "3";
  "IPCHECK_CLONE_PERIOD" = "5";
  "IPCHECK_CLONE_DELAY" = "10";
#  "CHANNELLEN" = "200";
#  "CONFIG_OPERCMDS" = "TRUE";
  "OPLEVELS" = "TRUE";
#  "ZANNELS" = "TRUE";
#  "LOCAL_CHANNELS" = "TRUE";
#  "ANNOUNCE_INVITES" = "FALSE";
#  These were introduced by Undernet CFV-165 to add "Head-In-Sand" (HIS)
#  behavior to hide most network topology from users.
  "HIS_SNOTICES" = "TRUE";
  "HIS_SNOTICES_OPER_ONLY" = "TRUE";
  "HIS_DEBUG_OPER_ONLY" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_WALLOPS" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_MAP" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_LINKS" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_TRACE" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_a" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_c" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_d" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_e" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_f" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_g" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_i" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_j" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_J" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_k" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_l" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_L" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_m" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_M" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_o" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_p" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_q" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_r" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_R" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_S" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_t" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_T" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_u" = "FALSE";
#  "HIS_STATS_U" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_v" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_w" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_x" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_y" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_z" = "TRUE";
  "HIS_STATS_IAUTH" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_WHOIS_SERVERNAME" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_WHOIS_IDLETIME" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_WHOIS_LOCALCHAN" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_WHO_SERVERNAME" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_WHO_HOPCOUNT" = "TRUE";
  "HIS_MODEWHO" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_BANWHO" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_KILLWHO" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_REWRITE" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_REMOTE" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_NETSPLIT" = "TRUE";
  "HIS_SERVERNAME" = "*.mIRCxnet.org";
  "HIS_SERVERINFO" = "The mIRCxnet Underworld";
#  "HIS_URLSERVERS" = "http://www.undernet.org/servers.php";
#  "URLREG" = "http://cservice.undernet.org/live/";
  "CHECK" = "TRUE";
#  "CHECK_EXTENDED" = "TRUE";
#  "MAX_CHECK_OUTPUT" = "1000";
  "OPER_WHOIS_PARANOIA" = "TRUE";
  "OPER_HIDE" = "TRUE";
  "AUTOCHANMODES" = "FALSE";
#  "AUTOCHANMODES_LIST" = "";
  "UHNAMES" = "TRUE";
#  "RESTARTPASS" = "";
    "CONNEXIT_NOTICES" = "TRUE";
#  "DIEPASS" = "";
#  "HIS_STATS_W" = "TRUE";
  "WHOIS_OPER" = "is an IRC Operator";
  "WHOIS_SERVICE" = "is a Network Service";
#  "TARGET_LIMITING" = "TRUE";
  "OPER_XTRAOP" = "TRUE";
  "OPERMOTD" = "TRUE";
  "RULES" = "TRUE";
#  "DISABLE_SHUNS" = FALSE";
#  "SHUNMAXUSERCOUNT" = "20";
  "HIS_SHUN_REASON" = "TRUE";
  "HIS_GLINE_REASON" = "TRUE";
#  "NOIDENT" = "FALSE";
  "EXTENDED_ACCOUNTS" = "FALSE";
#  "LOGIN_ON_CONNECT" = "FALSE";
  "LOC_SENDHOST" = "TRUE";
#  "LOC_SENDSSLFP" = "FALSE";
  "LOC_DEFAULT_SERVICE" = "AuthServ";
#  "LOC_TIMEOUT" = 3;
#  "STRICTUSERNAME" = "FALSE";
#  "APASS_CANSEND" = "FALSE";
  "HOST_IN_TOPIC" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_STATS_s" = "TRUE";
  "SETHOST" = "TRUE";
  "SASL_AUTOHIDEHOST" = "TRUE";
#  "FLEXIBLEKEYS" = "FALSE";
#  "HIS_STATS_E" = "TRUE";
  "SASL_SERVER" = "*";
#  "LISTDELAY" = 15;
#  "ALLOW_OPLEVEL_CHANGE" = "FALSE";
#  "NETWORK_REHASH" = "TRUE";
  "LIST_SHOWMODES_OPERONLY" = "TRUE";
#  "LIST_PRIVATE_CHANNELS" = "";
#  "MAXWATCHS" = "128";
#  "HIS_STATS_Z" = "TRUE";
#  "SASL_TIMEOUT" = "8";
#  "NOMULTITARGETS" = "FALSE";
#  "HIS_IRCOPS" = "TRUE";
#  "HIS_IRCOPS_SERVERS" = "TRUE";
  "CHMODE_a" = "TRUE";
  "CHMODE_c" = "TRUE";
  "CHMODE_e_CHMODEEXCEPTION" = "TRUE";
#  "CHMODE_C" = "TRUE";
#  "CHMODE_L" = "TRUE";
#  "CHMODE_M" = "TRUE";
#  "CHMODE_N" = "TRUE";
#  "CHMODE_O" = "TRUE";
#  "CHMODE_Q" = "TRUE";
#  "CHMODE_S" = "TRUE";
#  "CHMODE_T" = "TRUE";
#  "CHMODE_Z" = "TRUE";
#  "HALFOPS" = "FALSE";
#  "EXCEPTS" = "FALSE";
#  "MAXEXCEPTS" = 45;
#  "AVEXCEPTLEN" = 40;
  "CHMODE_e_CHMODEEXCEPTION" = "TRUE";
#  "HALFOP_DEHALFOP_SELF" = "FALSE";
#  "CHMODE_Z_STRICT" = "TRUE";
#  "MAX_BOUNCE" = "5";
#  "EXTBANS" = "TRUE";
#  "EXTBAN_j_MAXDEPTH" = "1";
#  "EXTBAN_j_MAXPERCHAN" = "2";
#  "EXTBAN_a" = "TRUE";
#  "EXTBAN_c" = "TRUE";
#  "EXTBAN_j" = "TRUE";
#  "EXTBAN_n" = "TRUE";
#  "EXTBAN_q" = "TRUE";
#  "EXTBAN_r" = "TRUE";
#  "EXTBAN_m" = "TRUE";
#  "EXTBAN_M" = "TRUE";
  "OMPATH" = "ircd.opermotd";
  "EPATH" = "ircd.rules";
  "HIDDEN_HOST_QUIT" = "TRUE";
  "HIDDEN_HOST_SET_MESSAGE" = "Registered";
  "HIDDEN_HOST_UNSET_MESSAGE" = "UnRegistered";
#  "ALLOWRMX" = "FALSE";
  "OPERHOST_HIDING" = "TRUE";
  "HIDDEN_OPERHOST" = "mIRCxIRC.Network";
  "HOST_HIDING_STYLE" = "3";
  "HOST_HIDING_PREFIX" = "mIRCxNeT";
  "HOST_HIDING_KEY1" = "aoAr1HnR6gl3sJ7hVz4Zb7x4YwpW";
  "HOST_HIDING_KEY2" = "sdfjkLJKHlkjdkfjsdklfjlkjKLJ";
  "HOST_HIDING_KEY3" = "KJklJSDFLkjLKDFJSLKjlKJFlkjS";
  "HOST_HIDING_COMPONENTS" = "1";
#  "CTCP_VERSIONING" = "FALSE";
#  "CTCP_VERSIONING_KILL" = "FALSE";
  "CTCP_VERSIONING_CHAN" = "TRUE";
  "CTCP_VERSIONING_CHANNAME" = "#TheOps";
  "CTCP_VERSIONING_USEMSG" = "TRUE";
  "CTCP_VERSIONING_NOTICE" = "*** Checking your client version";
  "GEOIP_ENABLE" = "TRUE";
  "GEOIP_FILE" = "GeoIP.dat";
  "GEOIP_IPV6_FILE" = "GeoIPv6.dat";
  "SSL_CERTFILE" = "ircd.pem";
  "SSL_KEYFILE" = "ircd.pem";
#  "SSL_CACERTFILE" = "";
#  "SSL_VERIFYCERT" = "FALSE";
#  "SSL_NOSELFSIGNED" = "FALSE";
  "SSL_REQUIRECLIENTCERT" = "TRUE";
#  "DISABLE_ZLINES" = "FALSE";
  "HIS_ZLINE_REASON" = "FALSE";
  "ZLINEMAXUSERCOUNT" = "20";
  "CAP_multi_prefix" = "TRUE";
  "CAP_userhost_in_names" = "TRUE";
  "CAP_extended_join" = "TRUE";
#  "CAP_away_notify" = "TRUE";
#  "CAP_account_notify" = "TRUE";
#  "CAP_sasl" = "TRUE";
#  "CAP_tls" = "TRUE";
#IAUTHD <directive> <arguments>";
};

# Well, you have now reached the end of this sample configuration
# file. If you have any questions, feel free to mail
# <coder-com@undernet.org>.  If you are interested in linking your
# server to the Undernet IRC network visit
# http://www.routing-com.undernet.org/, and if there are any
# problems then contact <routing-com@undernet.org> asking for
# information. Upgrades of the Undernet ircd can be found on
# http://coder-com.undernet.org/.
#
# For the rest:  Good Luck!
#
#  -- Niels.
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