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Services And Network Admin Commands

Services/Network Admin Commands
The commands on this page are only available to PakistaniChatrooms.net IRCOps, Services Administrators, and Network Administrators
  • ADDLINE: /ADDLINE line
    Allows you to add lines to the unrealircd.conf.
  • CLIST: /cs clist nick
    Lists channels the given nickname is founder of. Channels that have the NOEXPIRE option set will be prefixed by an exclamation mark.
  • FORBID: /cs forbid #channel/nick reason
    Disallows anyone from registering or using the given channel/nick. May be canceled by dropping the channel/nick. Reason may be required on certain networks..
  • GETPASS: /cs getpass #channel/nick
    Returns the password for the given channel/nick. Note that whenever this command is used, a message including the person who issued the command and the channel it was used on will be logged and sent out as a WALLOPS/GLOBOPS.
  • JUMPSERVER: /jumpserver server[:port] NEW/ALL reason
    This module adds the ability to ‘redirect’ users to another server. Note however, that this is only supported by a few clients (mIRC). If ‘NEW’ is chosen then only new (incoming) clients will be redirected/rejected. If ‘ALL’ is chosen then ALL clients (except opers) are redirected immediately (+incoming).
  • MKPASSWD: /mkpasswd password
    Will encrypt a clear text password to add it to the unrealircd.conf
  • NACHAT: /nachat message
    Similar to CHATOPS (and TECHAT), but only Network Admins are able to send/receive messages.
  • OPER: /oper userid password
    Attempts to give a user IRCOp status.
  • REHASH: /rehash
    Prompts the server to reread its configuration file (ircd.conf). Will also remove any temporarily lines (i.e. g:line).
  • RESTART: /RESTART password
    Kills and restarts the irc daemon, disconnecting all users currently on that server.
  • SAJOIN: /sajoin nick #chan,#chan2,#chan3
    Forces a user to join a channel.
  • SAMODE: /samode #channel mode
    Change the mode on a channel, without having operator status.
  • SAPART: /sapart nick #chan,#chan2,#chan3
    Forces a user to leave a channel.
  • SDESC: /sdesc new description
    Allows server admins to change the description line of their server without restarting.
  • SQUIT: /squit server
    Disconnects an IRC Server from the network
  • STATUS: /cs status channel nick
    Returns the current access level of the given nick on the given channel. The reply is of the form:
    STATUS channel nickname access-level
    If an error occurs, the reply will be in the form:
    STATUS ERROR error-message
  • TECHAT: /techat message
    Similar to CHATOPS, but only Technical Admins are able to send/receive messages on this “channel”.

IRCOp Commands

IRCOp Commands
Commands are indexed alphabetically. Examples of the actual commands that you can copy, paste, and send are listed in italics. A description of the command follows the command. Underlined words in the command are variables that need to be changed to send the command correctly. For example #channel should be changed to your channel’s name, Nick is your nick or the nick of the user, Text might be the message you want to be displayed. These can vary by command and will be explained in the command’s description that follows. Variables inside curly braces like {ON|OFF} are selections that require one of the options inside the curly braces to be specified.
  • ADCHAT: /adchat message
    Sends a message to all Admins.
  • ADDMOTD: /addmotd message
    Will add the given text to the end of the Motd.
  • ADDOMOTD: /addomotd message
    Will add the given text to the end of the OperMotd.
  • CHATOPS: /chatops message
    GLOBOPS is usually reserved for important network information. Therefore, for Oper Chat,CHATOPS was invented. IRCOps with the +c flag enabled will be able to send/receive CHATOPS messages.
  • CHGHOST: /chghost nick host
    Changes the hostname of a user currently on the IRC network.
  • CHGIDENT: /chgident nick ident
    Changes the ident of a user currently on the IRC network.
  • CHGNAME: /chgname nick name
    Changes the “IRC Name” (or “Real Name”) of a user currently on the IRC network.
  • CONNECT: /connect server port server
    If only one server is given, it will attempt to connect the server you are ON to the given server. If 2 servers are given, it will attempt to connect the 2 servers together. Put the leaf server as the first, and the hub server as the second.
  • DCCDENY /dccdeny filemask reason
    Adds a DCCDENY for that filemask. Preventing that file from being sent. To remove a deny use /undccdeny filemask
  • DIE: /die password
    Kills the irc daemon, disconnecting all users currently on that server.
  • GETINFO: /getinfo user/channel/server
    Used on channels, users, or servers to get a dump of their aClient struct.
  • GLINE: /gline [email protected] time to ban reason or /GLINE nick time to ban reason
    “Bans” a hostmask from connection to the IRC server. Time to ban is either: a) a value in seconds, b) a time value, like ‘1d’ is 1 day or c) ‘0’ for permanent. Time and reason are optional, if unspecified set::default-bantime (default: 0/permanent) and ‘no reason’ are used. To remove a gline use /gline –[email protected]
  • GZLINE: /gzline [email protected] time to ban reason or /GZLINE nick time to ban reason
    Adds a global zline. Time to ban is either: a) a value in seconds, b) a time value, like ‘1d’ is 1 day or c) ‘0’ for permanent. Time and reason are optional, if unspecified set::default-bantime (default: 0/permanent) and ‘no reason’ are used. To remove a gzline use /gzline –[email protected]
  • GLOBOPS: /globops message
    Sends a global “message” to all IRCOps. Only viewable by IRCOps (unlike WallOps, which can be viewed by normal users).
  • HOSTSERV: Allows the setting up of vHosts. NOTE: vHosts are only to be given out to VERY SPECIAL VIPs and are to be used VERY sparingly. Under no circumstances should vhosts using .mil, .gov, or any other official domains be assigned. Over use or abuse of the vhost system will result in removal of your oline and all vhosts set.
    • DEL: /msg hostserv del nick
      Deletes the vhost assigned to the given nick from the database.
    • DELALL: /msg hostserv del nick
      Deletes the vhost for all nick’s in the same group as that of the given nick.
    • LIST: /msg hostserv list key
      This command lists registered vhosts to the operator if a Key is specified, only entries whos nick or vhost match the pattern given in key are displayed. e.g. Rob* for all entries beginning with “Rob” If a X-Y style is used, only entries between the range of X and Y will be displayed, e.g. 1-3 will display the first 3 nick/vhost entries.
    • SET: /msg hostserv set nick hostmask
      Sets the vhost for the given nick to that of the given.
    • SETALL /msg hostserv setall nick hostmask
      HostServ- of the given nick. * NOTE, this will not update the vhost for any nick’s added to the group after this command was used.
  • HTM: /htm option
    Controls settings related to high traffic mode. High Traffic Mode (HTM) basically disables certain user commands such as: list whois who etc in response to extremely high traffic on the server. Options include:

    • ON = Forces server into HTM
    • OFF = Forces server out of HTM
    • NOISY = Sets the server to notify users/admins when it goes in and out of HTM
    • QUIET = Sets the server to NOT notify when going in and out of HTM
    • TO value = Tell HTM at what incoming rate to activate HTM
  • KILL: /kill user reason
    Forcefully disconnects a user from an IRC Sever.
  • KLINE: /kline [email protected] time to ban reason or /KLINE nick time to ban reason
    Bans the hostmask from the server it is issued on. A kline is not a global ban. Time to ban is either: a) a value in seconds, b) a time value, like ‘1d’ is 1 day or c) ‘0’ for permanent. Time and reason are optional, if unspecified set::default-bantime (default: 0/permanent) and ‘no reason’ are used. To remove a kline use /kline –[email protected]
  • LAG: /lag server
    This command is like a Sonar or Traceroute for IRC server. You type in /LAG irc.fyremoon.net and it will reply from every server it passes with time and so on. Useful for looking where lag is and optional TS future/past travels.
  • LOCOPS: /locops message
    Similar to GLOBOPS, except only received by those IRCOps local to your server.
  • MODULE: /module server
    Lists all modules loaded.
  • NACHAT: /nachat message
    Sends a message to all Net Admins.
  • OPER: /oper userid password
    Command to give a user operator status if they match an Oper Block
  • OPERMOTD: /opermotd
    Displays the servers oper message of the day.
  • REHASH: /restart server flags
    Rehashes the servers config file. Including a server name allows you to rehash a remote servers config file. Several flags are also available. They Include

    • -motd – Only rehash all MOTD and RULES files (including tld {})
    • -opermotd – Only rehash the OPERMOTD file
    • -botmotd – Only rehash the BOTMOTD file
    • -garbage – Force garbage collection
  • RESTART: /rehash server password
    Kills and restarts the IRCD Process, disconnecting all users currently on that server. Password is required. You may also include a server name to restart a remote server.
  • RPING /rping server
    This will calculate the Lag (In milliseconds) between servers.
  • SETHOST: /sethost new host
    Lets an IRCOp change their own vhost to what ever they want it to be.
  • SETIDENT: /setident new ident
    Lets an IRCOp change their own ident to what ever they want it to be.
  • SHUN: /shun [email protected] time to ban reason or /SHUN nick time to ban reason
    Prevents a user from executing ANY commands and prevents them from speaking. Shuns are global (like glines). Time to ban is either: a) a value in seconds, b) a time value, like ‘1d’ is 1 day or c) ‘0’ for permanent. Time and reason are optional, if unspecified set::default-bantime (default: 0/permanent) and ‘no reason’ are used. To remove a shun use /shun –[email protected]
  • SPAMFILTER: This command adds/removes global spam filters. Spamfilters can be used to get rid of spam, advertising, bots, etc.
    • ADD: /spamfilter add type action tkltime reason regex
      Adds the given nick or usermask to the Auto Kick list. If a reason is given with the command, that reason will be used when the user is kicked; if not, the default reason is “You have been banned from the channel”.
    • DEL: /spamfilter del type action tkltime reason regex
      Permanently bans the given mask on the channel. If someone tries to remove the ban, ChanServ will automatically set it again. You can’t use it for registered nicks.
    • REMOVE: /spamfilter remove type action tkltime reason regex
      Cancels the effect of the AKICK STICK command, so you’ll be able to unset the ban again on the channel.
    • +: /spamfilter + type action tkltime reason regex
      Removes the given nick or mask from the Auto Kick list. It does not, however, remove any bans placed by an Auto Kick; those must be removed manually.
    • -: /spamfilter – type action tkltime reason regex
      Displays the Auto Kick list, or optionally only those Auto Kick entries which match the given mask.
    [type] specifies the target type, you can specify multiple targets.

    • c = channel msg
    • p = private msg
    • n = private notice
    • N = channel notice
    • P = part msg
    • q = quit msg
    • d = dcc
    [action] specifies the action to be taken (only 1 action can be specified).

    • kill
    • tempshun (only shun current session)
    • shun
    • kline
    • gline
    • zline
    • gzline
    • block (blocks the msg)
    • dccblock (unable to send any dccs)
    • viruschan (part all channels and join the virus help chan).
    [regex] this is the actual regex where we should block on.
    [tkltime] the duration of the *LINEs placed by action (use – to use the default set::spamfilter::ban-time, this value is ignored for block/tempshun).
    [reason] the reason for the *LINE or blockmsg, CANNOT CONTAIN SPACES _ will be translated to spaces. Again, if you use – for this the default (set::spamfilter::ban-reason) is used.
    A few examples:

    • /spamfilter add p block – – Come watch me on my webcam
    • /spamfilter add p block – Possible_virus_detected,_join_#help Come watch me on my webcam
    • /spamfilter add p tempshun – – You_are_infected me\.mpg
    • /spamfilter add p gline – – Come watch me on my webcam
    • /spamfilter add p gline 3h Please_go_to_www.viruscan.xx/nicepage/virus=blah Come watch me on my webcam
    • /spamfilter add p kill – Please_go_to_www.viruscan.xx/nicepage/virus=blah Come watch me on my webcam
    • /spamfilter del p block – – Come watch me on my webcam*
    • /spamfilter add cN gzline 1d No_advertising_please come to irc\..+\..+
  • STATS: /STATS letter
    Provides certain statistical information about the server (for example, u will provide uptime information).
    Stat Flags:

    • b = badword = Lists the badwords list
    • B = banversion = Lists the ban versions
    • C = link = Lists the link blocks (C/N:Lines, Servers to connect or accept connects from)
    • D = denylinkall = Lists the current deny link (all) block list (D:Lines, Disallow Lines-Oper & Server Orig Connects)
    • d = denylinkauto = Lists the current deny link (auto) block list (d:Lines, Disallow Lines-Autoconnects)
    • e = exceptban = Lists the current except ban block list (e:Lines, Proxy scan exempt IPs)
    • E = exceptthrottle = Lists the current except throttle block list (E:Lines, K:Line Exceptions)
    • F = denydcc = Lists the current deny dcc block list
    • f = spamfilter = Lists the current spamfilter list
    • G = gline = Lists all the current G:Lines (Banned hosts)
      Extended flags: [+/-mrs] [mask] [reason] [setby]
      • m = Return glines matching/not matching the specified mask
      • r = Return glines with a reason matching/not matching the specified reason
      • s = Return glines set by/not set by clients matching the specified name
    • H = Lists all the current H:Lines (Hub Lines) & L:Lines (Leaf Lines)
    • I = allow = Lists the current the allow block list (I:Lines, Client auth Lines)
    • j = officialchans = Send the official channels list
    • K = kline = Lists the current the ban user/ban ip/except ban block list (K:Lines, Z:Lines, E:Lines, Banned hosts/IP)
    • l = linkinfo = Send link information
    • L = linkinfoall = Information about current server connections
    • M = command = Send list of how many times each command was used
    • m = Gives the Server command list
    • n = banrealname = Lists the current the ban realname block list
    • N = Lists the Network Configuration report
    • O = oper = Lists the current oper block list (O:Lines, IRC Operator Lines)
    • P = port = Send information about ports
    • Q = bannick = Lists the current ban nick block list (Q:Lines, Forbidden Nicks)
    • q = sqline = Lists the SQLINEed Nicks
    • r = chanrestrict = Lists the channel deny/allow block list
    • R = usage = Send usage information
    • S = set = Send the set block list
    • s = shun = Send the shun list
      Extended flags: [+/-mrs] [mask] [reason] [setby]
      • m Return shuns matching/not matching the specified mask
      • r Return shuns with a reason matching/not matching the specified reason
      • s Return shuns set by/not set by clients matching the specified name
    • t = tld = Send the tld block list
    • T = traffic = Send traffic information
    • U = uline = Lists the current ulines block list (U:Lines, Usually Services)
    • u = uptime = The server uptime and connection count
    • v = denyver = Lists the current deny version block list (V:Lines, Version Deny)
    • V = vhost = Send the vhost block list
    • W = Gives the current Server Load
    • X = notlink = List of servers that are not current linked
    • Y = class = Lists the current class block list (Y:Lines, Connection classes)
    • Z = mem = Send memory usage information
    • z = zip = Send compression information about ziplinked servers (if compiled with ziplinks support)
  • SQUIT: /squit server
    Disconnects a server from the network.
  • TEMPSHUN /tempshun +nick reason
    Temporary shuns are shuns added on a specified target for the current session only, this means if the user reconnects the shun will be gone. To remove a tempshun use: /tempshun –nick
  • TRACE: /trace server or /trace nick
    When used on a user it will give you class and lag info. If you use it on a server it gives you class/version/link info.
  • UNGLINE: /ungline hostmask
    Removes a g:line from the server.
  • UNZLINE: /unzline ip
    Removes a currently active z:Line.
  • WALLOPS: /wallops message
    Sends a “message” to all those with the umode +w. Only IRCOps can send wallops, while anyone can view them.
  • ZLINE: /zline *@ip time to ban reason or /ZLINE nick time to ban reason
    Bans an IP Address from the local server it is issued on (not global). See kline for more syntax info. Time to ban is either: a) a value in seconds, b) a time value, like ‘1d’ is 1 day or c) ‘0’ for permanent. Time and reason are optional, if unspecified set::default-bantime (default: 0/permanent) and ‘no reason’ are used. To remove a zline use /zline –*@ip