General talk about EFnet
If there are too many connections from the same IP address to the IRC server, you will see that message or server is full. It appears that the scanners found at least one service that is running on the IP address raises some flags as being unsafe/exploitable. In order to help reduce possible abuse, you are denied access.koichirose wrote:mm i really don't see the problem..
too many connections from the same IP?
Yes, that is one possible solution; more specifically, you would be paying to run a bnc on someone else's server, from which you would connect to EFNet. You don't have to pay directly to connect to EFNet.koichirose wrote:banned again.
the solution is: pay to go on EFnet.
You are getting banned because multiple blacklists have your ISP's NAT IP (which is your external IP) in their list as an open proxy that can be abused to send spam mail or other bad things. The best solution is for your ISP to fix their proxy to not allow anonymous use (abuse) from outside of their network.
The bans are being set for a reason, and until the reason is fixed, i would guess the bans will keep being set automatically (because your IP is listed in those blacklists).can't you (ircop on efnet) remove that ban and we all live happy?
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