Chris Williams > POE-Component-Server-Ident-1.16 > POE::Component::Server::Ident

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NAME ^

POE::Component::Server::Ident - A POE component that provides non-blocking ident services to your sessions.

SYNOPSIS ^

   use strict;
   use warnings;
   use POE qw(Component::Server::Ident);

   POE::Component::Server::Ident->spawn ( Alias => 'Ident-Server' );

   POE::Session->create ( 
        package_states => [
                'main' => [qw(_start identd_request)],
        ],
   );

   $poe_kernel->run();
   exit 0;

   sub _start {
      $poe_kernel->post( 'Ident-Server' => 'register' );
      undef;
   }


   sub identd_request {
      my ($kernel,$sender,$peeraddr,$port1,$port2) = @_[KERNEL,SENDER,ARG0,ARG1,ARG2];
      my ($val1,$val2);
      $val1 = $val2 = int(rand(99999));
      $val1 =~ tr/0-9/A-Z/;
      $kernel->call ( $sender => ident_server_reply => 'OTHER' => "$val1$val2" );
      undef;
   }

DESCRIPTION ^

POE::Component::Server::Ident is a POE component that provides a non-blocking Identd for other components and POE sessions.

Spawn the component, give it an an optional lias and it will sit there waiting for Ident clients to connect. Register with the component to receive ident events. The component will listen for client connections. A valid ident request made by a client will result in an 'identd_server' event being sent to your session. You may send back 'ident_server_reply' or 'ident_server_error' depending on what the client sent.

The component will automatically respond to the client requests with 'ERROR : HIDDEN-USER' if your sessions do not send a respond within a 10 second timeout period. This can be adjusted with 'Random' and 'Default' options to spawn().

CONSTRUCTOR ^

spawn

Takes a number of arguments:

  'Alias',    a kernel alias to address the component with; 
  'BindAddr', the IP address that the component should bind to, 
              defaults to INADDR_ANY;
  'BindPort', the port that the component will bind to, default is 113;
  'Multiple', specify whether the component should allow multiple ident queries 
              from clients by setting this to 1, default is 0 which terminates 
              client connections after a response has been sent;
  'TimeOut',  this is the idle timeout on client connections, default
              is 60 seconds, accepts values between 60 and 180 seconds.
  'Default',  provide a default userid to return if your sessions don't provide a 
              response.
  'Random',   the component will generate a random userid string if your sessions 
              don't provide a response.

METHODS ^

session_id

Retrieve the component's POE session ID.

getsockname

Access to the POE::Wheel::SocketFactory method of the underlying listening socket.

INPUT ^

The component accepts the following events:

register

Takes no arguments. This registers your session with the component. The component will then send you 'identd_request' events when clients make valid ident requests. See below.

unregister

Takes no arguments. This unregisters your session with the component.

ident_server_reply

Takes two arguments, the first is the 'opsys' field of the ident response, the second is the 'userid'.

ident_server_error

Takes one argument, the error to return to the client.

shutdown

Terminates the component. The listener is closed and all current client connections are disconnected.

OUTPUT ^

The component will send the following events:

identd_request

Sent by the component to 'registered' sessions when a client makes a valid ident request. ARG0 is the IP address of the client, ARG1 and ARG2 are the ports as specified in the ident request. You can use the 'ident_server_reply' and 'ident_server_error' to respond to the client appropriately. Please note, that you send these responses to $_[SENDER] not the kernel alias of the component.

AUTHOR ^

Chris BinGOs Williams, <chris@bingosnet.co.uk>

LICENSE ^

Copyright © Chris Williams

This module may be used, modified, and distributed under the same terms as Perl itself. Please see the license that came with your Perl distribution for details.

SEE ALSO ^

POE

RFC 1413 http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1413.html

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