Command Reference Guide


ADMINSERV

AdminServ allows you to modify the settings of your server while on the chat network. You can add, modify and delete servers, client connection classes, customize server messages and almost every other aspect of your server. Every aspect that can be configured with the web page can also be changed with AdminServ.

To get access to AdminServ use /msg AdminServ or just /as . You must be an oper and set umode +A (Server Administrator) to use these commands. During system installation you were asked to define an operator name and password. The definition that was defined has all the permissions to edit and make changes to the server configuration file.

/oper <nick> <password>

Now you will have access to the AdminServ commands and are ready to modify your server from within the chat environment. For any of the following commands you can do:

/msg adminserv <param>
/adminserv <param>
/as

For the examples we use below we'll just use the /as alias.

BOT - Virtual Bots to maintain topics, modes and greetings.
CHAN - Static rooms.
CLIENT - Allow clients from defined sites to enter the server.
DUMP - List your entire ConfRoom.conf settings.
EVENT - Automate the activation of scripts.
FIELD - Define fields that display information about a user.
FILTER - Filter out offensive words.
FUNCTION - External API hooks, Enterprise Edition only.
GENERAL - Set the server name and other specific information.
HELP - Help for AdminServ commands.
LANGUAGE - Import or modify server messages.
LOG - Log rooms to files that can be viewed on the web.
MESSAGES - Customize your server messages.
MODULE - Enable or disable modules for ConferenceRoom.
NEWS - Manipulate streaming newsflashes.
OPER - Define network operators.
PRIVILEGE - Define what access level can use a specified command.
SCRIPT - Create and edit scripts. Enterprise Edition or Scribe versions only.
SECURITY - Server security including flooding and bans.
SERVER - Set which servers may connect.
SERVICES - Services.net configuration and changes.
UTIL - Commands for scripts to send. Enterprise Edition and Scribe versions only.
WEB - Web port and other web server settings.
WINSERVICE - Remotely manage windows services. Windows NT and Windows 2000 only.

Example:
/as help <command>

These commands customize numerous aspects of the ConferenceRoom server's functioning. Most of the commands should be initially configured and then rarely used. Some of them allow for real time easy solutions to issues that might come up on your chat network.

For example, if one of your network operators forgets his/her password, you can easily change it for them without having to disrupt anything.


USER and OPERATOR COMMANDS

Also: HELPSERV | HELPOP | HELPOPS | HS

This section contains descriptions of all User and Operator commands for ConferenceRoom. While you're online you can make use of the HelpServ system to get help on specific commands, '/hs help' will give you a complete list of commands. Any online request that is made that doesn't match a command will be sent out to the online Helpers as a help request.

Usage: HS <command>

A user can send this command to get help on topics. The message is sent to all network operators that are set are set with the +h mode (looks very helpful). However if the command HELPSERV is done without any parameters or message it will simply list the ConferenceRoom commands. You can use the prefix: /hs /helpserv or /msg helpserv

(Java) client commands:
EMBED, FLOAT, HIDETICKER, LOAD, ME, MSG, NEWJOIN, SERVER, SHOWTICKER, SOUND

All users commands:
ACCESS, ACTION, ADMIN, AKICK, ATTACH, AUTH, AVATAR, AWAY, BUDDY, CFLASH,
CHANSERV, CK, CLEAR, CLONEKICK, CMODE, CS, DEOP, DETACH, DEVOICE, FIELD,
FOLDER, GET, HELPSERV, HS, IDENTIFY, INFO, INVITE, ISON, JOIN, KICK,
LINKS, LIST, LUSERS, MEMO, MEMOSERV, MODE, MOTD, MS, NAMES, NICK,
NICKSERV, NOTICE, NS, OP, OPER, PART, PASS, PLOG, PRIVMSG, PROP,
QUIT, READ, ROLL, SERVICES, SET, SETPASS, SILENCE, TIME, TOPIC,
TRACE, TRANSFER, UFIELD, UMODE, UNBAN, UNIDENTIFY, UPROP, USERHOST, VERSION, VOICE,
WATCH, WHISPER, WHO, WHOIS, WHOWAS

Operator only commands:
AKILL, CHATOPS, CLEARAKILLS, CLOSE, CONNECT, DIE, FJOIN, FREEZE, FTRANSFER, FURL,
GFLASH, GLOBOPS, GNOTICE, KILL, KLINE, LFLASH, LOCOPS, MARK, MFLASH, MKILL,
MOVE, NFLASH, QLINE, RAKILL, REHASH, RESTART, SAJOIN, SAKICK, SAMODE, SAPROP,
SERVSTART, SERVSTOP, SHUN, SQUIT, STATS, THAW, UNAKILL, UNKLINE,
UNQLINE, UNSHUN, UNZLINE, WALLOPS, WEBSTART, WEBSTOP, ZLINE

Example:
/hs <command>
/helpserv <command>
/hs join
/hs buddy add
/hs prop channel joinmute