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Problems with pingers

Offline massi

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Problems with pingers
« on: February 02, 2012, 11:08:42 »
A lot of problems with Pinger Dchublist ... take a look ... thanks ;)

1) Hub set regonly = true
    In this case no else is way to make enter the pingers

2) Hub set maxusers = 0
    In this case, the pinger is registered with the level 5 operator, not otherwise enter
    nb. if registered with the level 0 Reg does not enter

3) Hub set maxusers = 100 and hub is full ! ( number 100 for example )
    In this case, the pinger is registered with the level 5 operator, not otherwise enter
    nb. if registered with the level 0 Reg does not enter

Thank you in advance for your help and your support ;)

Re: Problems with pingers
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2012, 13:03:24 »
A lot of problems with Pinger Dchublist ... take a look ... thanks ;)

1) Hub set regonly = true
    In this case no else is way to make enter the pingers

If the hub is set to regonly - then only registered users can enter (and the pinger is a kind of user), this is how it should be and will not change.

2) Hub set maxusers = 0
    In this case, the pinger is registered with the level 5 operator, not otherwise enter
    nb. if registered with the level 0 Reg does not enter

The pinger is a user as well, he will therefore follow the same rules as anyone else connecting to the hub, if he is registered he will have the rights associated with his profile.

3) Hub set maxusers = 100 and hub is full ! ( number 100 for example )
    In this case, the pinger is registered with the level 5 operator, not otherwise enter
    nb. if registered with the level 0 Reg does not enter

If the hub is full, and a normal user tries to enter (registered or not) then he will get the hub full message. If the user has operator profile, then the hub tries to drop a user to make it possible for the operator to enter. This is the design and will not change. But I will make it possible for pingers to enter if they are registered with the pinger profile.

Thank you in advance for your help and your support ;)

The pinger is just a user just as anyone else in the hub, if you want to limits the access ( or even extend it) you must give the profile that the pinger belongs to the rights it needs with the profile settings, and with !allow for commands and !override for rules checks.



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Re: Problems with pingers
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2012, 13:32:35 »
Currenly pingers are blocked from private hubs, ie: when hub is regonly, the pinger won't be able to connect. Registering the pinger won't help for this.

This is done because it's assumed a pinger is a public hublist pinger, and it doesn't make sense to have a private hub mentioned in a public hublist.
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Offline massi

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Re: Problems with pingers
« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2012, 14:16:10 »
Ok thanks ... controll ... thanks for all ;-)

Flip Flop o/