The Connections tab contains a list of all the current connections and logins to your server. A toolbar of commands just above the list is used to manage the connections as described below.
Session ID - This is a sequential number assigned to each connection.
Status - this field will either show "Ok" for a good connection or "Discon" for a disconnected session. Disconnected sessions are automatically removed after 2 minutes.
Player - this field shows the player's name. This will be blank until the connected player actually completes the login.
PC - this field shows an identifying number tied to the player's computer.
IP - this field shows the player's internet IP address.
Proxy - this field shows the proxy server's internet IP address, if the connection is being passed though one and you are catching the source IP with the "Proxy IP header" setting on the System tab. Otherwise this field will be blank.
Connect - this field shows the date and time when the connection was made.
Login - this field shows the date and time when the login was made.
Last Action - this field shows the date and time when the last packet was received from the player.
Packets In - this field shows the total number of packets received from the player.
Packets Out - this field shows the total number of packets sent to the player.
Search - Click the Search button to search for a player and show a list of tables where they are seated or waiting.
Message - Click the Message button to send a short popup message to all selected connections.
Terminate - Click the Terminate button to logout and disconnect all selected connections. Players in tournaments will be placed in "sitout" mode until blinded out. Players in ring games are removed immediately.
Blacklist - Click the Blacklist button to add the selected players to the blacklist or to view the existing blacklist. Anyone in the blacklist will not be able to log into your site.
You can select any combination of three parameters to set your ban: Player Name, IP Address, or PC. The PC value is an identifying number tied to the specific computer that is currently connected. Use the Add button to manually add a player to the blacklist even if they have already disconnected. IP and PC values can be retrieved from the log files. You may include asterisks as octet wildcards in IPv4 addresses (example: 192.168.1.*).Help Index | Home Page