how many IP aliases
aanton at reversedhell.net
Thu May 27 07:08:05 PDT 2004
Steven Hartland wrote:
> Ah I assumed u meant irc vhost "servers"
> Still leaves there question why would each psync require a specific IP?
> If the IRC network you connection to limits on connections per IP
> e.g. QuakeNet ( which all should do ). You just need to apply
> for a trust for "X" connections and your all sorted. Using multiple
> IP's for such a use would be totally wasteful.
Our ISP's policy is that when one IP gets flooded, it gets blocked from
internet access for a while.
That's the reason for so many IPs. Not perfect, but helps a lot.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Anton Alin-Adrian" <aanton at reversedhell.net>
>>Different ports? Why would be using different ports different? They (users)
>>need to go out to irc with a different IP each time they connect. In order
>>to do that, psybnc needs to use that specific IP when connecting outside to
>>the IRC server. I don't see how different ports will change this situation.
>>Nambased vhosts work for web, I guess, but not for IRC.
>>Let one correct me if I am wrong.
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