Y:Class:Ping Frequency:Connect freq:Max Links:SendQ:Local Limit:Global Limit Local limit This field is used to limit the number of local concurrent connections. The format is x.y o x: defines the maximum number of clients from the same host (IP) will be allowed. o y: defines the maximum number of clients from the same user@host (IP) will be allowed. Read note below. Only x or y may be set, any unset value defaults to zero. Global limit This field has the same use as the ``Local limit'' field. But, the connection counts are done for all clients present on the net instead of only counting local clients.
I:135.11.35.*::::1 Allows clients from machines which IP address matches ``135.11.35.*'' to connect to the server. If the host name is known, is it used as address for these clients.
K:192.11.35.*::*:0: This line disallows all hosts whose IP address matches ``192.11.35.*'' to login to the ircd. K:=192.11.35.*::*:0: This line disallows all hosts whose IP address matches ``192.11.35.*'' and which didn't resolve to login to the ircd.
All port numbers the server is supposed to listen to, have to be defined as P:lines now. The old style port definition in M:line is not used anymore. The port number in M:line should be removed completely.
The new P:line could look like this:
P::::6667:The port number of the first P:line is used for ircd's internal link quality testing in udp protocol. So it's recommended to define port 6667 in the first P:line.