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Post  Chief on Sat Jul 16, 2016 9:58 pm

מדריך התקנה SRVX Services על Centos
מדריך עבור אתר המירקס פיתוח שרתים בישראל
עליכם לשנות ולסדר את הקונפיג שם השרת אייפי
ההורדה והתקנה

git clone git://
cd srvx
 autoreconf -f -i -Wall,no-obsolete
./configure  --enable-modules=hostserv,memoserv,watchdog,sockcheck,helpserv,snoop --enable-debug
make install
יש לסדר את הקונפיג

// 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"        "";
        "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"   ""; // 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"        "";
        "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";
        // Which mode should we use for account timestamps?
        "account_timestamp_mode" "ignore";
        // 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" "800";
            "I" "800";
        // 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";
        // what opserv access level do you need to set somebody's staff level?
        "modstaff_level" "750";

        // 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";
        // how long must an account be inactive so it can be ounregistered without force?
        "ounregister_inactive" "1M";
        // which flags on an account require the ounregister to be used with force?
        "ounregister_flags" "ShgsfnHbuI";
        /* "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" "+ioknHIX";
        // 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" "";
        // what channel should opserv send debug output to?
        "debug_channel" "#opserv";
        "debug_channel_modes" "+tnms";
        // 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" "+tnms";
        // Force Opers to be in staff_auth_channel
        // 0 = don't force opers to be in the channel
        // 1 = force opers to be in the channel
        // 2 = force opers to be in the channel but kick them if they get mode -o set (deoper)
        "staff_auth_force_opers" "2";
        // 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.
        // (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";
        // revoke channel mode +a on unregister?
        "revoke_mode_a" "1";
        // 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";
        //min time of timebans
        "min_time_bans" "5";
        // 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";
        // How often to look for dnrs that have expired?
        "dnr_expire_freq" "1h";
        // what !set options should we show when user calls "!set" with no arguments?
        "set_shows" ("DefaultTopic", "TopicMask", "AdvTopic", "Greeting", "UserGreeting", "Modes", "PubCmd", "InviteMe", "EnfModes", "EnfTopic", "TopicSnarf", "UserInfo", "GiveVoice", "GiveOps", "EnfOps", "Setters", "CtcpUsers", "CtcpReaction", "Protect", "Toys", "DynLimit", "NoDelete");

        // A list of !8ball responses
        "8ball" ("Not a chance.",
                "In your dreams.",
                "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";
        // how long between two invites of an user
        "invite_timeout" "10s";
        // 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";
        // message sent to new channels
        "new_channel_unauthed_join" ""; //only sent if the user is unauthed
        "new_channel_authed_join" ""; //only sent if the user is authed
        "new_channel_message" ""; //always after the message above
        "oper_channel" "#opers";

    "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";
    "spamserv" {
        // You may disable a service by removing its "nick" config item.
        // (This is changed relative srvx-1.0.x, which would use default
        // unless you specified ".disabled".)
        "nick" "SpamServ";
        "debug_channel" "#spamserv";
        "oper_channel" "#opers";
        // url of the network rules. if you don't have network rules, remove this key.
        "network_rules" "";
        // trigger for spamserv; remove this key to disable the trigger
        "trigger" "-";
        // ban duration of a short timedban.
        "short_ban_duration" "15m";
        // ban duration of a long timedban.
        "long_ban_duration" "1h";
        // duration of a gline. SpamServ will issue it after several violations and a kill.
        "gline_duration" "1h";
        // users may add "exception_max" exceptions to the list. IRCOps can override "exception_max".
        "exception_max" "10";
        // minimum & maximum length of an exception.
        "exception_min_len" "4";
        "exception_max_len" "12";
        // if someone advertises a channel, which doesn't exist (channel is empty, no users),
        // SpamServ doesn't punish the user.
        // enable this setting, if SpamServ has to ignore advertisements of channels, which do not exist.
        // disable this setting, if SpamServ has to punish the users whenever they advertise.
        "adv_chan_must_exist" "0";
        // remove all mirc codes from messages before checking for advertisements.
        // if this setting is disabled and someone spams a url which
        // contains a bold char, SpamServ doesn't punish him.
        "strip_mirc_codes" "1";
        // enable this, if SpamServ has to "follow" ChanServ, when a channel moves or merges.
        // disable it, if it shouldn't be possible to move or merge SpamServ with /msg chanserv move|merge.
        "allow_move_merge" "1";

// 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
        // "bind_address" ""; // 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
    "qserver" {
        "bind_address" "";
        "port" "7702";
        "password" "hello";
    "blacklist" {
        // File containing blacklisted client addresses.
        // "file" "blacklist.txt";
        // Each line in the file should start with an IP or hostname.
        // If there is whitespace and a message after that, the
        // message will override this one:
        "file_reason" "client is blacklisted";
        // How long should a blacklist G-line last?
        "gline_duration" "1h";
        // Bot used to send debug notices
        "debug_bot" "OpServ";
        // To which channel should debug output be sent?
        "debug_channel" "#opserv";
        "debug_channel_modes" "+tinms";
        // If you want to use DNS blacklists, add them here:
        "dnsbl" {
            // This DNSBL zone does not exist - you'll have to pick your own.
            "" {
                // Send a notice instead of glining blacklisted ips
                "debug" "1";
                "description" "Example DNSBL entry";
                "reason" "busted by a dns blacklist";
                "duration" "1h";
                // You can stick the client's IP in the G-line message.
                "reason_2" "Example DNSBL reported %ip%'s address as";
                // .. or the contents of a DNS TXT.
                "reason_3" "%txt%";
    "sar" {
        // You generally will not want to override these defaults.
        // "resolv_conf" "/etc/resolv.conf";
        // "services" "/etc/services";
        // "bind_address" "";
        // "bind_port" "0";
        // The defaults for these are derived from the system config files (above).
        // "domain" "";
        // "timeout" "3"; // base timeout for a DNS reply
        // "retries" "3"; // number of times to retry on different servers or longer timeouts
        // "ndots" "1";   // number of dots needed in a hostname to bypass search path
        // "edns0" "0";   // if set, enable EDNS0 extended message sizes
        // "search" ("", "");
        // "nameservers" ("");
    "watchdog" {
        "nick" "Watchdog";
        "modes" "+iokn";
        "ban_duration" "2h"; //only if the channel is registered with chanserv
        "gline_duration" "1h";
        "punishment_reason" "Your message contained a forbidden word.";
        "alert_chan" "#opers";
        "oper_channel" "#opers";
 "hostserv" {
    "nick" "HostServ";
    "modes" "+ioknD";
    "toplevel_access" "600";
    "fallback_other_assignment" "0";
    "manager_can_del_toplevel" "0";
    "manager_can_del_secondlevel" "0";
    "manager_can_rename_toplevel" "0";
    "manager_can_rename_secondlevel" "0";
    "manager_toplevel_can_oset" "0";
    "manager_secondlevel_can_oset" "0";

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

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

"server" {
    "hostname" "";
    "description" "mIRCxNet Network Services";
    "network" "mIRCxNET";
    "hidden_host" ""; // 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 <>");
    /* 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" "*"; // 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!");
    // If you are using the smtp mail back-end, you may need to set these:
    "smtp_server" "localhost";
    "smtp_service" "smtp";
    // "smtp_myname" "localhost.domain";

// 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"; };
    "SpamServ" { "mondo_section" "SpamServ"; };
    "Watchdog" { "mondo_section" "Watchdog"; };
    "HostServ" { "mondo_section" "HostServ"; };

    // 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
להלן הפקודות הסרביס
הרשמה לניקסרב

/msg REGISTER Chief a123456
פקודה לרשום חדר

//msg chanserv god
//msg chanserv register #mIRCx
אני רק רוצה לציין שפקודה ראשונה GOD היא לאופרים וזאת פקודה שאתם כותבים אותה פעם ראשונה ולא יותר!!!
עוד פקודות נוספות בסרביס המצויין הזה במידה ואתם רוצים לבטל את הרשמה לניקסרב ובנוסף לבטל הרשמה לחדר אז הלו הפקודות..

/msg Opserv modcmd NickServ.register flags +oper
/msg Opserv modcmd NickServ.register flags -oper
אני רק רוצה לציין שפקודה עם המינוס מבטלת את הפקודה ואז יהיה למשתמש אפשרות לרשום את עצמו לסרביס באופן הכללי!!..
ועוד משהו נוסף עליכם לבטל כמה פקודות שאינם צריכות להיות בשימוש עבור משתמש רגיל..

/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.merge flags +oper
פקודה רק לאופר שיש לו דרגה 1000 בסרביס

//msg spamserv register #mircx
//msg spamserv help
עוד פקודות ליצירת המודולים של ה SRVX

/msg opserv bind hostserv * *hostserv.*
/msg opserv bind hostserv help *
/msg opserv bind watchdog * *watchdog.*
/msg opserv bind watchdog showcommands *modcmd.showcommands
//msg watchdog register #centos
//msg watchdog unregister #centos
/msg opserv dump :hostserv join #mircx
/msg opserv dump :Watchdog join #mircx
//msg Authserv addmask Welding@Welding.pipeline
//msg AuthServ oset darksis fakehost Welding.pipeline
/msg opserv service add MemoServ User-to-user Memorandum Service
/msg opserv bind memoserv help *
/msg opserv bind memoserv * *memoserv.*
/msg opserv bind memoserv set *modcmd.joiner
/msg opserv bind spamserv * *spamserv.*
/msg opserv bind spamserv help *
/msg OpServ bind OpServ helpserv *helpserv.helpserv
/msg OpServ helpserv help
/msg OpServ helpserv register
/msg Opserv ACCESS MIRCX 1000
//msg opserv service add ProxyCheck  proxy
/msg opserv bind ProxyCheck * *ProxyCheck.*
/msg opserv bind ProxyCheck help *
/msg opserv bind ProxyCheck showcommands *modcmd.showcommands
//msg ProxyCheck showcommands
עוד אפשרות לגבי פקודות של CHANSERV במידה ואתם רוצים לתת אופ או וויס באופן אוטומט בחדר שלכם תצטרכו לכתוב את הפקודות הבאות

//msg chanserv set #mircx givevoice 0
//msg chanserv set #mircx giveops 0
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