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מדריך התקנה Pylink על unrealircd4 && inspircd

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מדריך התקנה Pylink על unrealircd4 && inspircd

Post  Chief on Sat Nov 18, 2017 6:32 am

מדריך התקנה Pylink על unrealircd4 && inspircd
שלום חברים מדריך הזה תוכלו לראות מדרך הוידיאו וללימוד אותו אני אכתוב לכם את התקנות שלב אחרי שלב שתוכלו להדביק

שלב ראשון התקנה PYTHON
Code:

cd /usr/ports/lang/python/ && make install clean
cd /usr/ports/lang/python34/ && make install clean
cd /usr/ports/devel/py34-setuptools/ && make install clean
cd /usr/ports/devel/py3-pip/ && make install clean
python3.4 -m ensurepip

pip3 install setuptools
pip3 install pyyaml
pip3 install ircmatch
pip3 install passlib
pip3 install expiringdict
שלב שני להתקין את PYLINK
Code:

git clone  https://github.com/GLolol/PyLink.git
git checkout devel
git pull
python3 setup.py install --user
שלב השלישי הוא ליצר לינק באחד משרתים שאתם משתמשים
INSPIRCD
Code:

<link name="PyLink.Basic.NanaChat.co.il"
      ipaddr="192.168.1.219"
      port="7000"
      allowmask="192.168.1.219"
      timeout="300"
      ssl="openssl"
      bind="192.168.1.219"
      statshidden="no"
      hidden="no"
      sendpass="asher"
      recvpass="asher">
או ב UNREALIRCD4
Code:

listen {
    ip 192.168.1.219;
    port 6900;
    options { serversonly; };
};
link pylink.irc.Linux.ISRAEL {
 incoming {
 mask 192.168.1.219;
 };
 outgoing {
 bind-ip 192.168.1.219;
 hostname 192.168.1.219;
 port 6900;
 options { };
 };
 password "asher";
 class servers;
};

ulines {
    pylink.irc.Linux.ISRAEL;
    listen 192.168.1.219;
};
אחרי שיצרתם לינקים באחד משני הגירסאות ההלו עליכם ליצור בלוקים ב pylink.conf לדוגמא
INSPIRCD
Code:

 NanaChat:
        ip: 192.168.1.219
        port: 7000
        recvpass: "asher"
        sendpass: "asher"
        netname: "NanaChat"
        hostname: "PyLink.Basic.NanaChat.co.il"
        sid: "0PY"
        sidrange: "8##"
        channels: ["#pylink"]
        #pylink_channels: ["#services"]
        #automode_channels: ["#chat"]
        protocol: "inspircd"
        autoconnect: 5
        encoding: cp1251
unrealircd4
Code:

LinuxNet:
        ip: 192.168.1.219
        port: 6900
        recvpass: "asher"
        sendpass: "asher"
        hostname: "pylink.irc.Linux.ISRAEL"
        sid: "2PY"
        netname: "LinuxNet"
        sidrange: "8##"
        protocol: "unreal"
        autoconnect: 5
        encoding: cp1251
אחרי שיצרתם את הבלוקים לשתיי השרתים או אחד משניהם שאתם משתמשים עליכם להתקין את השראות שלכם בpylink לדוגמא
Code:

permissions:
    # Note: It is a good idea to quote any exttargets or hostmasks so the configuration parser knows
    # they are raw strings.
    "$ircop":
    - opercmds.kill
    - opercmds.mode
    -  opercmds.checkbanre.re
    -  opercmds.checkban    
    - global.global
    - core.rehash
    -  core.load
    -  core.unload
    - opercmds.topic
    - opercmds.mode
    -  opercmds.kick
    -  opercmds.checkban
    - opercmds.chghost
     - opercmds.masskill
     - opercmds.massban
    "*!*@*":
    - commands.loglevel
    - bots.joinclient
    - opercmds.chghost
    - opercmds.chgname
    - opercmds.massban
    - opercmds.massban.force
    - opercmds.masskill
    - opercmds.masskill.force
פקודות ב PyLink
Code:

/msg pylink identify Admin 123456
/msg pylink rehash
/msg pylink kill Nick reason
//msg pylink massban #test *!*@5.152.158.4 lala -q -f -o
//msg pylink massban #test *!*@5.152.158.4 lala -f
//msg pylink masskill Chief!*@NanaChategi.me4.152.5.IP fdfdf -ak -f -o
//msg pylink topic #channel Welcome to bla bla
פקודות ב Automode
Code:

/msg automode setacc #טריוויה TriviaRoBoT*!*@* +q
/msg automode setacc #asher *!*@* +o
/msg automode setacc #asher *!*@Welding.Pipeline +q
//msg automode delacc #ASHER סברס*!*@*
אני אעתיק לכם שתיי קונפיג שתוכלו להישתמש בהם בהצלחה בהמשך!!!
מדריך זה נעשה על ידי ASHER
קרדיט והמון תודות ל GLolol על עזרה ותמיכה
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Post  Chief on Sat Nov 18, 2017 6:35 am

Code:

# This is a sample configuration file for PyLink. You'll likely want to rename it to pylink.yml
# and begin your configuration there.

# Note: lines starting with a "#" are comments and will be ignored.
# Note 2: Use SPACES, NOT tabs to indent, or you will get parser errors on start!

# Defines general settings for the PyLink server. Prior to PyLink 1.2, this configuration block
# was named "bot:".
pylink:
    # Sets nick, user/ident, and real name.
    nick: PyLink
    ident: pylink
    realname: PyLink Service Client

    # Server description (shown in /links, /whois, etc.)
    serverdesc: PyLink Server

    # Sets the fantasy command prefix for the main PyLink bot. To configure fantasy prefixes for
    # other service bots, add or modify the "prefix:" option in the configuration section of each
    # plugin. (see the "games:" block for an example)
    # Note: prior to PyLink 1.2, defining a prefix here made it global for all service bots. This
    # was removed because it called all bots in a channel at once (even if they have conflicting
    # commands), which usually leads to one successful reply and a string of "Command not found"
    # errors.
    # Note 2: this option REPLACES the deprecated "prefixes:" option from PyLink 1.1 and earlier.
    prefix: "&"

    # Determines whether PyLink service bots will respond to commands prefixed with their nick
    # (requires the fantasy plugin). Prior to PyLink 1.2, this option was named "respondtonick";
    # it was renamed for consistency. This defaults to false.
    #respond_to_nick: true

    # Determines whether PyLink service clients should protect themselves from
    # kicks, kills, etc. using IRCd-side servprotect modes. For this to work
    # properly, this usually requires that PyLink be U-Lined. This defaults to
    # False.
    #protect_services: false

    # Determines whether services should default to sending command responses as private notices,
    # even if the command was called in a channel. This defaults to False.
    #prefer_private_replies: false

    # Determines whether spawning additional services for bots (e.g. Automode, Games) should be
    # enabled. This defaults to True, unless a network's protocol module doesn't support spawning
    # extra service bots.
    #spawn_services: true

    # Defines extra directories to look up plugins and protocol modules in.
    # Environment variables (e.g. $HOME) and home folders (~) are expanded here, in that order.
    #plugin_dirs: ["~/my-plugins", "~/pylink-contrib-modules/plugins"]
    #protocol_dirs: ["~/pylink-contrib-modules/protocols"]

    # Determines whether we should show unknown command errors for service bots. Defaults to True.
    #show_unknown_commands: true

    # Determines whether hideoper modes should be respected in WHOIS replies.
    # Defaults to true if not specified.
    #whois_use_hideoper: true

    # Determines whether extended WHOIS replies should be sent to users marked as a
    # bot (usually with umode +B). For better security (i.e. with bots that track services
    # accounts for authentication), it is recommended to leave this off.
    #whois_show_extensions_to_bots: false

    # Determines whether PyLink should return its time of initial connection when replying to WHOIS
    # for service bots. This defaults to true if not set.
    #whois_show_startup_time: true

    # Determines how long plugins should wait (in seconds) before flushing their
    # databases to disk. Defaults to 300 seconds. Changes here require a reload
    # of all database-enabled plugins to take effect.
    #save_delay: 300

login:
    # NOTE: for users migrating from PyLink < 1.1, the old login:user/login:password settings
    # have been deprecated. We strongly recommend migrating to the new "accounts:" block below, as
    # it supports multiple accounts, hashed passwords, and allows more flexibility (accounts no
    # longer imply admin access).

    # IMPORTANT: If you're switching from login:user/login:password, you MUST ADD YOURSELF to a
    # "permissions:" block like the one below, or you will lose IRC administration access to your
    # PyLink daemon!
    accounts:
        # Creates an account with username "user1". You can define other usernames at the
        # same level here (key name is user name).
        Admin:
            # Defines the password for the user. You can encrypt passwords using the
            # 'mkpasswd' command or the 'pylink-mkpasswd' utility included with PyLink.
            password: "123456"

            # Determines whether the password given is encrypted. Defaults to false
            # (plain text) for backwards compatibility.
            encrypted: false

            # Optional: allows limiting this login to users from certain networks only (case sensitive).
            #networks: ["network1", "network2"]

            # Optional: allows limiting this login to opered users
            #require_oper: false

            # Optional: requires the user to match any of the following hosts. Extended targets
            # are supported here as well.
            #hosts: ["*!*@localhost", "*!*@trusted.isp"]

permissions:
    # Note: It is a good idea to quote any exttargets or hostmasks so the configuration parser knows
    # they are raw strings.
    "$ircop":
    - opercmds.kill
    - opercmds.mode
    -  opercmds.checkbanre.re
    -  opercmds.checkban   
    - global.global
    - core.rehash
    -  core.load
    -  core.unload
    - opercmds.topic
    - opercmds.mode
    -  opercmds.kick
    -  opercmds.checkban
    - opercmds.chghost
    - opercmds.masskill
    - opercmds.massban
    "*!*@*":
    - commands.loglevel
    - bots.joinclient
    - opercmds.chghost
    - opercmds.chgname
    - opercmds.massban
    - opercmds.massban.force
    - opercmds.masskill
    - opercmds.masskill.force
    # Replace ABC123 with your PyLink account name (configured above)
    # in order to give yourself admin access.
    "ABC123":
        - "*"

servers:
    # Please note: these are only EXAMPLE link blocks. You should edit them and
    # remove ones that you don't need in your config.

    # Short name for the network. This is used for relay's nick suffixes, the
    # network plugin's (dis)connect commands, and various other places internally.
    # CHANGE THIS to some abbreviation representing your network; usually
    # something 3-5 characters should be good.
    NanaChat:

        # Server IP, port, and passwords. The ip: field also supports resolving
        # hostnames.
        ip: 192.168.1.219
        port: 7000
        recvpass: "asher"
        sendpass: "asher"

        # Set the bind host, useful for multi-homed hosts.
        #bindhost: 1.2.3.4

        # The full network name, used by plugins.
        netname: "NanaChat"

        # Hostname we will use to connect to the remote server
        hostname: "PyLink.Basic.NanaChat.co.il"

        # Sets the server ID (SID) that the main PyLink server should use.
        # For TS6-like servers (InspIRCd, Charybdis, UnrealIRCd, etc.), this
        # must be three characters: the first char must be a digit [0-9], and
        # the remaining two may be either uppercase letters [A-Z] or digits.
        sid: "0PY"

        # Server ID range: this specifies the range of server IDs that PyLink
        # may use for subservers such as relay. On TS6, this should be a
        # combination of digits, letters, and #'s. Each # denotes a range (0-9A-Z)
        # of characters that can be used by PyLink to generate appropriate SIDs.
        # You will want to make sure no other servers are using this range.
        # There must be at least one # in this entry.
        sidrange: "8##"

        # Autojoin channels. The "channels" option affects all service bots, but you can also
        # configure channels per service using keys in the name of "<servicename>_channels"
        # Comment out or remove these keys if you don't want service bots# to join any channels by
        # default.
        channels: ["#pylink"]
        #pylink_channels: ["#services"]
        #automode_channels: ["#chat"]

        # Sets the protocol module to use for this network - see the README for a
        # list of supported IRCds.
        protocol: "inspircd"

        # Sets autoconnect delay - comment this out or set the value below 1 to
        # disable autoconnect entirely.
        autoconnect: 5

        # Optional autoconnect settings:
        # Defines whether we should multiply the autoconnect delay by a certain value every time
        # a connection fails. This defaults to 2 if not set (30 secs becomes 60 secs, 120 secs, etc.)
        #autoconnect_multiplier: 2
        # Defines what the maximum autoconnect time will be (defaults to 1800 secs).
        #autoconnect_max: 1800

        # Sets the ping frequency in seconds (i.e. how long we should wait between
        # sending pings to our uplink). When more than two consecutive pings are missed,
        # PyLink will disconnect with a ping timeout. This defaults to 90 if not set.
        #pingfreq: 90

        # Sets the max nick length for the network. It is important that this is
        # set correctly, or PyLink might introduce a nick that is too long and
        # cause netsplits! This defaults to 30 if not set.
        maxnicklen: 30

        # Toggles SSL for this network. Defaults to False if not specified.
        #ssl: true

        # Optional SSL cert/key to pass to the uplink server.
        #ssl_certfile: pylink-cert.pem
        #ssl_keyfile: pylink-key.pem

        # Optionally, you can set this option to verify the SSL certificate
        # fingerprint of your uplink.
        #ssl_fingerprint: "e0fee1adf795c84eec4735f039503eb18d9c35cc"

        # This sets the hash type for the fingerprint (md5, sha1, sha256, etc.)
        # Valid values include md5 and sha1-sha512, though others may be
        # supported depending on your system: see
        # https://docs.python.org/3/library/hashlib.html
        # This setting defaults to sha256.
        #ssl_fingerprint_type: sha256

        # Encoding: allows you to override the network's encoding. This can be useful for networks
        # using m_nationalchars or something similar. Encoding defaults to utf-8 if not set, and
        # should be one of the standard encodings defined at
        # https://docs.python.org/3/library/codecs.html#standard-encodings
        # Changing this setting requires a disconnect and reconnect of the corresponding network
        # to apply.
        # This setting is EXPERIMENTAL as of PyLink 1.2.x.
        encoding: cp1251

        # If enabled, this opts this network out of relay IP sharing: this network
        # will not have its users' IPs sent across the relay, and it will not see any
        # IPs of other networks' users.
        #relay_no_ips: true

        # Sets the suffix that relay subservers on this network should use.
        # If not specified per network, falls back to the value at
        # relay:server_suffix or "relay" if that is not set.
        #server_suffix: "relay.yournet.net"

        # Determines whether relay will tag nicks on this network. This overrides the relay::tag_nicks
        # option on a per network-basis.
        #relay_tag_nicks: true

        # Determines the maximum size of the network's outgoing data queue (sendq), in message lines.
        # This defaults to 4096 if not set.
        #maxsendq: 4096

        # Defines a list of "U-lined" servers that should be given special treatment when overriding
        # modes. Relay uses this as a list of servers to IGNORE some mode changes from on a claimed
        # channel (versus bouncing the mode back, which may be floody).
        #ulines: ["services.example.conf"]

        # InspIRCd specific option: determines whether we should display WHOIS extensions by overriding
        # InspIRCd's default WHOIS formatting. This defaults to true for consistency with PyLink 1.x.
        #force_whois_extensions: true

    ts6net:
        ip: ::1

        # Determines whether IPv6 should be used for this connection. Should the ip:
        # above be a hostname instead of an IP, this will also affect whether A records
        # (no IPv6) or AAAA records (IPv6) will be used in resolving it.
        ipv6: yes

        port: 7000
        recvpass: "abcd"
        sendpass: "abcd"
        hostname: "pylink.example.com"
        sid: "8PY"
        netname: "some TS6 network"
        sidrange: "8P#"

        protocol: "ts6"
        autoconnect: 5

        # Note: /'s in nicks are automatically converted to |'s for TS6
        # networks (charybdis, etc.), since they don't allow "/" in nicks.
        #separator: "|"

        # The following options are specific to TS6 servers:
        # Toggles owner (+y), admin (+a), and halfop (+h) support for
        # shadowircd/elemental-ircd/chatircd. These default to off for the best compatibility.
        #use_owner: false
        #use_admin: false
        #use_halfop: false

        # Sets the IRCd (channel/user mode set) to target - currently supported values include
        # 'chatircd', 'charybdis', and 'elemental' (elemental-ircd). This option defaults to
        # 'charybdis' if not set, and replaces the "use_elemental_modes" option from PyLink 1.2
        # and earlier.
        #ircd: charybdis

    LinuxNet:
        ip: 192.168.1.219
        port: 6900

        # Received and sent passwords. For passwordless links using SSL fingerprints, simply set
        # these two fields to "*" and enable SSL with a cert and key file.
        recvpass: "asher"
        sendpass: "asher"
        #ssl: true
        #ssl_certfile: mycert.pem
        #ssl_keyfile: mycert.pem

        hostname: "pylink.irc.Linux.ISRAEL"
        sid: "2PY"
        netname: "LinuxNet"
        sidrange: "8##"
        protocol: "unreal"
        autoconnect: 5
        encoding: cp1251
        # You can also define network-specific nicks, idents, and hosts for various service
        # bots, using the configuration options "servicename_nick", etc.
        #pylink_nick: MagicServ
        #pylink_ident: magicserv
        #pylink_host: magicserv.mynet.net
        #pylink_realname: Magic Link Service
        #games_nick: MagicGames
        #games_ident: magicgames
        #games_host: games.mynet.net
        #games_realname: Magic Games Service

    nefarious:
        ip: somenet.ddns.local
        #ipv6: false
        port: 45454
        recvpass: "recv"
        sendpass: "send"
        hostname: "pylink.midnight.vpn"

        # For P10, the SID and SID range options correspond to P10 server numerics. The PyLink
        # "sid" should be the numeric of the main server, and "sidrange" should be a range of
        # numerics that subservers (e.g. for relay) can use.
        # Make sure no other servers are in the numeric range you're reserving for PyLink, or you
        # may get conflicts.
        sid: 50
        sidrange: "100-150"
        channels: ["#lounge"]
        protocol: p10
        autoconnect: 5
        netname: "Nefarious test server"

        ### The following options are specific to P10 servers:
        # Determines whether extended accounts should be used for this network.
        # For Nefarious, this **MUST** match the EXTENDED_ACCOUNTS setting in your IRCd configuration.
        # For other P10 IRCds, this should be set to FALSE.
        use_extended_accounts: true

        # Sets the IRCd type. The following options are supported here: 'nefarious', 'snircd', 'ircu', and
        # 'generic'. This defaults to 'nefarious'.
        # With this key set to 'nefarious', FAKE (external vHost changing) and SETHOST (host changing
        # for PyLink / relay clients) are enabled, along with a set of modes tailored to Nefarious.

        # With this key set to 'snircd', SETHOST and a set of modes tailored to snircd are enabled.
        # vHost changing of other users (e.g. via the changehost plugin) is not supported.

        # With this key set to 'ircu', a set of modes tailored to IRCu is enabled.
        # vHost changing is not supported.

        # With this key set to 'generic', neither of these host changing features are enabled
        # and a baseline RFC1459 mode set is used. This configuration is not officially supported.
        # This option was previously named "p10_ircd" in PyLink 1.2, but that name is now deprecated.
        ircd: nefarious

        # Determines whether account-based cloaks should be used (someone.users.yournet.org
        # format). This should match your IRCd configuration:
        # On Nefarious, ENABLE this if HOST_HIDING_STYLE is set to either 1 or 3.
        # On other P10 IRCds, ENABLE this if HOST_HIDING is set to TRUE.
        use_account_cloaks: false

        # The cloak suffix to be used for account-based cloaks. This **MUST** match your
        # IRCd configuration if use_account_cloaks is enabled.
        cloak_suffix: "users.yournet.org"

        ### The following options are specific to Nefarious servers and should be set to false if
        ### you're using another P10 IRCd (unless your variant supports them as well):
        # Halfop is optional in Nefarious. This should match your IRCd configuration.
        use_halfop: false

        # Determines whether account-based cloaks should be used for opers
        # (someone.opers.yournet.org format). If use_account_cloaks is disabled,
        # this will have no effect. This should match your IRCd configuration:
        use_oper_account_cloaks: false

        # The cloak suffix to be used for IRCop account-based cloaks. This **MUST** match your
        # IRCd configuration if use_oper_account_cloaks is enabled.
        oper_cloak_suffix: "staff.yournet.org"

        # Determines whether UnrealIRCd-style hashed-host cloaks will be used.
        # This should match your IRCd configuration:
        # ENABLE this if HOST_HIDING_STYLE is set to either 2 or 3.
        use_hashed_cloaks: false

    # Sample Clientbot configuration, if you want to connect PyLink as a bot to relay somewhere
    # (or do other bot things).
    magicnet:
        ip: 1.2.3.4
        port: 6697

        # Server password (optional). Some networks also forward this to NickServ, so you can
        # use it to log in on connect.
        #sendpass: "wastedbytes103"

        channels: ["#this-works-as-usual"]
        protocol: "clientbot"

        # Once again, you can override the nick and ident of service bots on specific networks using
        # the "servicename_nick" and "servicename_ident" options.
        #pylink_nick: pybot
        #pylink_ident: pybot

        # You can also define alternate fallback nicks on Clientbot. These will be used in order
        # if successive nicks are unavailable, falling back to the default nick plus an increasing
        # number of underscores.
        #pylink_altnicks: ["pybot`", "pybot-"]

        # SSL options. Certfile and keyfile are optional, but can be used for CertFP/SASL external
        # if supported.
        ssl: true
        #ssl_certfile: mycert.pem
        #ssl_keyfile: mycert.pem

        # SASL login: for mechanisms, only EXTERNAL (SSL cert) and PLAIN (username and password)
        # are supported so far.
        # SASL PLAIN requires the sasl_username and sasl_password options to be set, while
        # SASL EXTERNAL requires ssl, ssl_certfile, and ssl_keyfile to work.
        #sasl_mechanism: "PLAIN"
        #sasl_username: "mIRCsKripterz"
        #sasl_password: "DownLoaditn00b!!!"

        # Defines the SASL timeout - this defaults to 15 seconds.
        #sasl_timeout: 15

        # If this option is enabled, the bot will attempt SASL authentication even after it's
        # connected, as services become available throughout netsplits and reconnects.
        # Note: This requires an IRC server capable of IRCv3.2 cap-notify and sasl:
        # InspIRCd 3.x and charybdis 4+ (and derivatives) are some compatible examples (as of 2016-12-19)
        #sasl_reauth: true

        # Autoconnect works like usual.
        autoconnect: 30

        # Message throttling: when set to a non-zero value, only one message will be sent every X
        # seconds. If your bot is constantly running into Excess Flood errors, raising this to
        # something like 0.5 or 1.0 should help. Defaults to 0.005 if not set.
        throttle_time: 0.3

        # Clientbot also supports auto perform, using raw IRC messages.
        #autoperform:
        #  - "NOTICE somebody :hello, i've connected"

        # Determines whether oper statuses should be tracked on this Clientbot network. This
        # defaults to False for the best security, since oper status may allow more access to the
        # entire PyLink service than what's desired, even when PyLink is only connected as a bot.
        # This defaults to false if not specified.
        #track_oper_statuses: false

        # Determines whether messages from unknown clients (servers, clients not sharing in a -n
        # channel, etc.) should be forwarded via the PyLink server. If this is disabled, these
        # messages will be silently dropped. This overrides the "accept_weird_senders" option in the
        # "relay:" configuration block, and defaults to True for consistency with older releases.
        #relay_weird_senders: false

        # Determines whether the bot should enumerate ban/banexception/invex modes when joining channels.
        # This is required for relay mode sync to work properly, because the bot will otherwise refuse to
        # relay unbans (Clientbot only removes modes that it knows are set).
        # This defaults to False because it causes extra MODE messages to be sent on connect, which can
        # drastically slow down startup if the bot joins a lot of channels.
        #fetch_ban_lists: true

# Plugins to load (omit the .py extension)
plugins:
    # Commands plugin: Provides simple commands to check login status, show info on users and
    # channels, etc.
    - commands

    # Networks plugin: Allows you to manage connections to networks while PyLink is running.
    - networks

    # Ctcp plugin: handles basic CTCP replies (VERSION, etc) towards service bots.
    - ctcp

    # Relay plugin: Transparent server-side relay between channels (like Janus). See
    # the relay: block below for configuration.
    - relay

    # Relay Clientbot plugin: this allows channel messages and events like
    # JOIN, PART, KICK, etc. to relay over networks using Clientbot. You will
    # want this loaded if you're using PyLink as a relay bot.
    - relay_clientbot

    # Fantasy plugin: Allows you to trigger commands in channels by prefixing them
    # with the PyLink service's nick or configurable prefix characters.
    - fantasy

    # Oper commands plugin: Provides a handful of network management commands. (KILL, JUPE, etc.)
    - opercmds

    # Automode plugin: allows assigning channel access to specific hostmasks or
    # exttargets. See https://github.com/GLolol/PyLink/blob/master/docs/automode.md
    # for a usage guide.
    - automode

    # Changehost plugin: Automatically changes the hostmask (i.e. sets vHosts) on
    # matching users as they connect. This requires the changehost: block to be
    # configured correctly below.
    - changehost

    # Servprotect plugin: disconnects from networks if too many kills or nick collisions to
    # PyLink clients are received.
    - servprotect

    # Global plugin: Janus-style global plugin; announces messages to all channels the PyLink
    # client is in.
    - global

    # Bots plugin: Allows you to manipulate PyLink service bots on networks.
    - bots

    # Servermaps plugin: displays network /map's from the PyLink server's perspective.
    - servermaps

logging:
    # This configuration block defines targets that PyLink should log commands,
    # errors, etc., to.

    # This sets the level for console logging, which is always enabled. Valid
    # settings include DEBUG, INFO, WARNING, ERROR, and CRITICAL: see
    # https://docs.python.org/3/library/logging.html#logging-levels for details.
    # Prior to PyLink 1.2, this option was erroneously named 'log:stdout', even though the actual
    # logging output goes to stderr. That option name (log:stdout) is now *deprecated*.
    console: INFO

    channels:
        # Logs to channels on the specified networks.
        # Make sure that the main PyLink client is also configured to join your
        # log channel in the "channels:" block for the relevant networks.

        # Note: Log messages are forwarded over relay, so you will get duplicate
        # messages if you add log blocks for more than one channel in one
        # relay.

        # Note 2: DEBUG logging is not supported here: any log level settings
        # below INFO be automatically raised to INFO.

        inspnet:
            "#services":
                loglevel: INFO
            "#pylink-notifications":
                loglevel: WARNING

        ts6net:
            "#services":
                loglevel: INFO

    files:
        # Logs to file targets. These will be placed in the log/ folder in the
        # PyLink directory, with a filename based on the current instance name
        # and the target name: instancename-targetname.log

        # When running with ./pylink, this will create log/pylink-errors.log
        # When running with ./pylink someconf.yml, this will create log/someconf-errors.log
        "errors":
            loglevel: ERROR

        # Ditto above. When running with ./pylink, it will use log/pylink-commands.log
        # When running with ./pylink someconf.yml, this will create log/someconf-commands.log
        "commands":
            loglevel: INFO

        # Uncomment this to enable debug logging. This is only needed if you're developing for
        # PyLink or are requested to enable this when reporting a bug.
        #"debug":
        #    loglevel: DEBUG

    #filerotation:
        # Configures optional log file rotation. When enabled, PyLink will create rotate files
        # in the format pylink-commands.log, pylink-commands.log.1, pylink-commands.log.2, etc.
        # If either max_bytes or backup_count is 0, log rotation will be disabled.

        # Max amount of bytes per file, before rotation is done. Defaults to 50 MiB (52428800 bytes).
        #max_bytes: 52428800

        # Amount of backups to make. Defaults to 5.
        #backup_count: 5

changehost:
    # This block configures the Changehost plugin. You don't need this if you
    # aren't using it.

    # Sets the networks where Changehost should be enabled. Please note: changehost does NOT support
    # arbitrarily cloaking clients introduced by PyLink (e.g. relay clients), as doing so would make
    # ban matching impossible. In these cases, it is the remote admin's job to turn on cloaking on
    # their IRCd!
    enabled_nets:
        - inspnet
        - ts6net

    # Sets the networks where Changehost hosts should be enforced: that is, any attempts
    # by the user or other services to overwrite a host will be reverted.
    #enforced_nets:
    #    - inspnet

    # Sets the masks that Changehost enforcement should ignore: these can be users with certain
    # hosts, exttargets, etc.
    enforce_exceptions:
        - "*!*@yournet/staff/*"
        #- "$account"

    # Determines whether Changehost rules should also match the host portion of a mask by IP and
    # real hosts. These default to false.
    #match_ip: false
    #match_realhosts: false

    # This sets the hostmasks that Changehost should look for. Whenever someone
    # with a matching nick!user@host connects, their host will be set to the
    # text defined. The following substitutions are available here:
    # $uid, $ts (time of connection), $nick, $realhost, $ident, and $ip.
    # Invalid characters in hosts are replaced with a "-".
    # Also, make sure you quote each entry so the YAML parser treats them as
    # raw strings.
    hosts:

        # Here are some examples. Note that to keep your users' details
        # private, you should probably refrain from using $ip or $realhost,
        # in these hostmasks, unless cloaking is already disabled.
        "*!GLolol@*.yournet.com": "$nick.opers.yournet.com"
        "*!*@localhost": "some-server.hostname"

        # Freenode-style masks are possible with this (though without the
        # hashing)
        "*!*@bnc-server.yournet.com": "yournet/bnc-users/$ident"
        "*!*@ircip?.mibbit.com": "$ident.$realhost"
        "WebchatUser*!*@*": "webchat/users/$ident"

relay:
    # This block defines various options for the Relay plugin. You don't need this
    # if you aren't using it.

    # Determines whether remote opers will have user mode +H (hideoper) set on
    # them. This has the benefit of lowering the oper count in /lusers and
    # /stats (P|p), but only on IRCds that support it. This defaults to true
    # if not set.
    hideoper: true

    # Determines whether real IPs should be sent across the relay. You should
    # generally have a consensus with your linked networks on whether this should
    # be turned on. You will see other networks' user IP addresses, and they
    # will see yours. Individual networks can also opt out of IP sharing
    # both ways by defining "relay_no_ips: true" in their server block.
    show_ips: false

    # Determines whether NickServ login info should be shown in the /whois output for
    # relay users.
    # Valid options include "all" (show this to everyone), "opers" (show only to
    # opers), and "none" (disabled). Defaults to none if not specified.
    whois_show_accounts: all

    # Determines whether the origin server should be shown in the /whois output for
    # relay users.
    # Valid options include "all" (show this to everyone), "opers" (show only to
    # opers), and "none" (disabled). Defaults to none if not specified.
    whois_show_server: opers

    # Determines whether the servers disconnecting in a netsplit should be shown when
    # relaying quits due to a netsplit. Defaults to False.
    show_netsplits: false

    # Sets the default Relay separator. Defaults to / if not specified. The "separator"
    # option in server blocks override this if specified.
    separator: "/"

    # Determines whether all nicks will be tagged by default, instead of only when a
    # nick collision happens. It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that you enable this, unless you're
    # absolutely sure NO ONE will be using the same nick on 2 or more networks in your
    # relay.
    # This defaults to True if not specified. Disabling this option is currently
    # experimental.
    tag_nicks: true

    # If tag_nicks is False, this specifies a list of NICK globs that network
    # tags should be added for anyways (e.g. network services).
    forcetag_nicks:
        - "*Serv"

    # This determines whether private messages & notices will be forwarded over Clientbot relay,
    # and whether the 'rpm' command will be allowed from Clientbot networks. This defaults to
    # False.
    allow_clientbot_pms: false

    # Sets the suffix that relay subservers should use. Defaults to "relay" (as in net1.relay,
    # net2.relay, etc.) if not specified. This can also be set per-network.
    #server_suffix: "relay.yournet.net"

    # Sets whether Clientbot mode sync will be enabled. Valid options:
    # "full" - Sync bans, ban/invite exceptions, prefix modes, and all RFC1459-standard modes. The
    #          bot will need op in the Clientbot channel for this to work both ways.
    # "half" - Sync only bans, ban/invite exceptions, and prefix modes. The bot will need op in the
    #          Clientbot channel for this to work both ways.
    # "none" - Turns off mode sync. This is the default.
    #
    # Note: when mode sync is enabled and the bot is opped, CLAIM protection will be enforced across
    # Clientbot links as well. This means that the bot will try to revert any mode changes by non-ops
    # or services not in the channel. The workaround is to add all Clientbot networks to the CLAIM
    # list of any affected channels.
    #
    #clientbot_modesync: none

    # Determines whether messages from unknown clients (servers, clients not sharing in a -n channel,
    # etc.) should be forwarded via the PyLink server. If this is disabled, these messages will be
    # silently dropped. This defaults to True for consistency with older releases.
    #accept_weird_senders: false

    # Optionally defines a message that should be sent to all leaf channels that a network owns, when
    # it disconnects. This uses a template string as documented at
    # https://docs.python.org/3/library/string.html#template-strings, with the following substitutions:
    #    $network: the name of the network that this message is being announced to
    #    $channel: the channel that this message is being announced to
    #    $homenetwork: the name of the network that disconnected
    #    $homechannel: the original name of the channel this message is being announced to
    # If this option is empty or not set, no announcement is made.
    #disconnect_announcement: >-
    # Network $homenetwork has disconnected: $channel will remain open as the link is
    # re-established, but new links will be disabled.

#servprotect:
    # This block configures the servprotect plugin; you don't need this if you aren't using it.

    # length: How many KILL/SAVE's before a disconnect?
    #length: 5

    # age: Determines how much time (in seconds) should pass before the servprotect cache is reset.
    # Note: updates to this option require a reload of the servprotect plugin, which automatically
    # resets the cache.
    #age: 10

automode:
    # The following options in this block are common to all plugins that spawn service bots (games,
    # automode, etc.):

    # Sets the nick of the Automode service, if you're using it. If not defined, this defaults to
    # the service name ("automode" in this case).
    nick: Automode
    #ident: Automode

    # For each service, you can also specify what prefix modes you want the service bot to join channels with.
    # Setting this to op (+o) for Automode makes it appear more like a standard IRC service, and lessens
    # the risk of mode overrides being dropped.
    joinmodes: 'o'

    # Determines whether a separate service bot should be spawned for this plugin. This defaults to
    # True, unless a network's protocol module doesn't support spawning extra service bots.
    # This option overrides the global "spawn_services" option defined in "pylink:".
    #spawn_service: true

    # Defines a fantasy prefix for the Automode bot (requires spawn_services to be set and the
    # fantasy plugin to be loaded). This overrides the "prefix" option in the "pylink:" config
    # block.
    prefix: "@"

    # Determines whether this bot should respond to its nick (requires spawn_services to be set and the
    # fantasy plugin to be loaded). This overrides the "respond_to_nick" option in the "pylink:" config
    # block.
    #respond_to_nick: true

    # Determines whether we should show unknown command errors for this service bot. Defaults to True.
    # This overrides the "show_unknown_commands" option in the "pylink:" config block.
    #show_unknown_commands: true

games:
    # Sets the nick of the Games service, if you're using it. This defaults to "games" if not defined.
    nick: Games

    # Ident, host, and realname can also be specified here, but they may be overriden per-network.
    #ident: games
    #host: play.games
    #realname: Games Service

    # Defines a fantasy prefix for the Games bot.
    prefix: "./"

stats:
    # Determines the time format that the Stats plugin should use for showing dates + times.
    # Defaults to "%a, %d %b %Y %H:%M:%S +0000" (the RFC 2812 standard) if not specified.
    time_format: "%c"

#global:
    # Sets the text format for the global plugin, if it is loaded. This uses a template string as
    # documented at https://docs.python.org/3/library/string.html#template-strings, with the
    # following substitutions:
    #    $sender: the nick of the sender
    #    $network: the short network name of the origin network
    #    $fullnetwork: the full network name of the origin network
    #    $current_channel: the channel we're broadcasting on
    #    $current_network: the network we're currently broadcasting on
    #    $current_fullnetwork: the full name of the network we're currently broadcasting on
    #    $text: the global text
    #format: "[$sender@$fullnetwork] $text"
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