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[DeleGate-En] Configuration of ICQ UDP-relay ?
06 Feb 1999 11:47:00 GMT Marco Morcos <puaaabdyi-o7da2lx6i5xr.ml@ml.delegate.org>


Hello Lars,
The only problem is that the syntax is incorrect.
To run the UDP relay in your delegate directory you should write:
 /var/spool/delegate/delegated -P4000
SERVER=udprelay://icq.mirabilis.com:4000
and for socks:
 /var/spool/delegate/delegated -P1080 SERVER=socks

Be sure to set up the ICQ client to use SOCKS 4 because
delegate does not support socks 5 yet.

Cheers,
Marco Makram Morcos






> -- REPLYING TO THE FOLLOWING MESSAGE --
> From: Lars Holmstrm <paqaqbdyi-o7da2lx6i5xr.ml@ml.delegate.org>
> Date: 05 Feb 1999 21:49:12 GMT
> Message-ID: <_A260@delegate-en.ML_>
> --
> I have tried to setup a ICQ UDP relay together with my WEB-proxy,
> NNTP-server etc, but with low successrate.
>
> Unfortunely I have no experience in ICQ and have no software to run it
> either. What I am trying to achieve is a service for our network clients
> who has a strong wish for ICQ.
>
> I have read almost all entries in this conference and also the reference
> manual provided here.
>
> I start up delege in /etc/rc.d/init.d/delegate by using the following
> commands
>
>         /var/spool/delegate/delegated \
>         -P4000 SERVER="udprelay://icq.mirabilis.com"
>
> This will create a logfile called 4000 which looks like the following :
>
> 02/05 15:35:36.84 [385] 0+0: --INITIALIZATION START: 5.8.7 on
> Linux/2.0.32--
> 02/05 15:35:36.93 [388] 0+0: -- Fork(daemon): 1 -> 388
> 02/05 15:35:36.93 [388] 0+0: server_open(delegate,:4000,listen=-1)
> 02/05 15:35:36.93 [388] 0+0: server_open(delegate,:4000) BOUND
> 02/05 15:35:36.94 [388] 0+0: <DeleGate/5.8.7 by ysato@etl.go.jp> [388]
> -P4000 READY
> 02/05 15:35:36.95 [388] 0+0: PORT= 4000/7
> 02/05 15:35:36.98 [388] 0+0: OWNER=nobody =>
> OWNER=nobody/nobody(nobody/nobody)
> 02/05 15:35:37.01 [388] 0+0: REMITTABLE = udprelay
> 02/05 15:35:37.04 [388] 0+0: RELIABLE[3]: + (ClientSockHost) = - / 0
> 02/05 15:35:37.04 [388] 0+0: RELIABLE[4]: + (OutgoingIF) = .o / 0
> 02/05 15:35:37.05 [388] 0+0: CMAP/SRC[3]: + (ClientSockHost) = - / 0
> 02/05 15:35:37.06 [388] 0+0: CMAP/SRC[4]: + (OutgoingIF) = .o / 0
> 02/05 15:35:37.06 [388] 0+0: ADMIN=larsh@yy..
> protocol=udprelay(specialist)
> 02/05 15:35:37.08 [388] 0+0: WORKDIR=/var/spool/delegate/work/4000
> 02/05 15:35:37.14 [388] 0+0: arg[2] SERVER=udprelay://icq.mirabilis.com
> 02/05 15:35:37.19 [388] 0+0: DELEGATE_Modified[0]: 36b8d0de
> 02/05 15:35:37.19 [388] 0+0: --INITIALIZATION DONE--
>
> I have experienced from my users that there are several configuration
> options in ICQ
> The following has been identified by me
>
> - SOCKS4 Host
> - SOCKS4 Port
> - UDP Port allocation
>     Open an outgoing UDP port 4000 on my firewall
>     Use a mapped port on a Proxy
>       Proxy Server Host
>       Proxy server port
>
> - I do not using SOCKS proxy ...
> - I am using SOCK5 proxy ...
> - I am using SOCK4 proxy ...
>
> - I am behind a firewall or proxy
> - I am not behind a firewall or proxy
>
> Can someone which already have been doing this help me with a
> description of
>
> 1) What should be the configuration of ICQ
> 2) A more detailed explenation of how delegate handle the requests and
> forward/relaying them to the ICQ-server, from the ICQ programs point of
> view
> 3) COmments on the startup of delegate etc.
>
> For example
> Which will be the port delegate use for listening for ICQ requests from
> the client ?
> Can the listening port be changed via startup commands ?
> Can multiple ICQ servers be used/reffered to from the same delegate
> deamon ?
> I am not very familiar with SOCKS. Can some one describe what SOCKS is
> and its relation or use here ?
>
> Best regards,
> Lars



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