|This function is deprecated. This means that its use is discouraged and that it might not exist in future versions, but there should be a more generic way to perform what it does.|
Please use removeBan
This function will unban the specified IP.
bool unbanIP ( string ipToUnban, [player unbanningPlayer = nil] )
- ipToUnban: The IP that should be unbanned.
NOTE: When using optional arguments, you might need to supply all arguments before the one you wish to use. For more information on optional arguments, see optional arguments.
- unbanningPlayer: The player who is unbanning the IP. Defaults to nil, meaning no one.
Returns true if the unban was successful, false otherwise.
This example adds a unbanip command for only admins to use (uses a ACL permission check).
addCommandHandler( "unbanip", -- add a command handler to command 'unbanip' function ( thePlayer, command, ip ) if ( hasObjectPermissionTo ( thePlayer, "command.unbanip", false ) ) then -- check if the player has access to the command (specified in ACL) if not ip then outputChatBox( "No IP specified.", thePlayer ) return end -- if no IP was specified, abort command if not findpattern( ip, '[0-9]+\.[0-9]+\.[0-9]+\.[0-9]+', 1 ) then outputChatBox( "Given IP is not valid.", thePlayer ) return end -- if IP is not in correct format, abort command local success = unbanIP( ip, thePlayer ) -- see whether the function was a success if success then outputChatBox( "IP " .. ip .. " succesfully unbanned!", thePlayer ) -- if it was, tell that to player else outputChatBox( "Unbanning IP " .. ip .. " failed!", thePlayer ) -- if it wasn't, tell that to player end else outputChatBox( "You have no permission to use this command.", thePlayer ) -- tell player that he hasn't got right permission end end ) -- specify the findpattern function used in the command handler function findpattern(text, pattern, start) local found = string.find(text, pattern, start) if found ~= nil then return string.gsub(text, found) else return nil end end