[ircd-ratbox] ircd-ratbox Digest, Vol 59, Issue 4

Krisstoffer webmaster at ircnews.co.uk
Fri Jun 20 14:01:57 UTC 2008


Hi guys,
Austnet managed this not with ratbox though but with inspire ( im not 
affiliated with either by the way ) there is a story on it here 
http://ircnews.co.uk/component/jootags/LDAP.html - i am affiliated with 
that IRCNews however :P - perhaps you could take the module and port it 
to ratbox services Geoff ?

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> Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2008 13:42:52 +0100
> From: mog <lists at elasticmind.net>
> Subject: Re: [ircd-ratbox] Features included in ratbox?
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> Hi,
>
> As of version 3 ratbox supports SSL encryption.
>
> I am not aware of any internal functionality that would allow you to 
> easily create an automatic logging system or output dynamic HTML, but I 
> suspect these could be done fairly easily with an eggdrop or other IRC 
> bot with a suitable script to do what you want.
>
> LDAP authentication could be a little more tricky, as it will depend on 
> what you are trying to achieve. Generally an IRC server is a public 
> service where authentication is only required for a very small group of 
> people, and as such the internal method of adding authentication classes 
> for groups of users, or individuals via the servers' configuration 
> files, is usually sufficient. I assume you would be wanting to restrict 
> access to the whole server and not just individual channels. I 
> personally have never known anyone wanting to integrate an ircd or bot 
> with LDAP before, but someone else may have, though I would think that 
> getting a bot to interface with LDAP might be easier then trying to get 
> an ircd to work with it.
>
> So in short the things you want with should be possible, but not with 
> ratbox directly, unless some custom modules or major code modifications 
> were made for/to the server.
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> Regards.
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>
> Sutton, Geoff wrote:
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>> Okay, my first statement is this? I'm a noob when it comes to things 
>> like this. I've been asked by my boss to set up an internal IRC server 
>> to use within our department. I'd like the following features:
>>
>>     * auto restart logbot to capture all conversations in any
>>       configured channel
>>     * Dynamic html output (may be timed/scheduled) to a website
>>       "Chat-back"
>>     * Option for SSL encryption
>>     * LDAP Authentication Integration
>>
>> Is all this possible with ratbox?
>>
>> -- 
>> Thanks,
>> Geoff
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