Started by moona, October 20, 2009, 03:49:57 PM
Quote from: Myst on October 20, 2009, 04:13:43 PMHey welcome to the site.You have to understand on battle.net & D2 Realms, to many continuous server requests for lets say the D2 character making packet can result in IP Bans and account closures. The delay is activated after a response is given to a Character name being attempted. Once that response is received, it will activate whatever delay is set and wait that amount of time. With a delay of 0, it doesn't wait and will send the account creating packet again > recieve response > send account creating packet again, over and over. The bot in the beginning will be fast, but after a while it will seem to slow down due to the numerous server requests you are doing by attempting to create accounts at zero delay. Battle.net servers have certain restrictions and protections so they don't get exploited or lagged to shit causing them to drop; which is why one can't create 1000's of names in one second. Due to the client (bot) < - > server relationship.I'll try to tweak somethings in the program and do some other stuff. But 2secs isnt bad at all
Quote from: Myst on October 20, 2009, 04:53:05 PMWell I've heard lots of problems of the namebot plugin for Redvex. So its probably poor coding for that plugin. Plus I believe it still uses the actual D2 client, which may also further slow things down. But once again, its that whole Bot Server relationship.. If server doesn't like what you're doing, then you go bye bye, hence the possible disconnections on Redvex for you.
Quote from: Myst on October 20, 2009, 05:25:31 PMNo D2 is not required to run. This is a clientless bot. Change your BNLS server to bnls.bnetdev.netThe BNLS server you are correctly connecting to is not responding. (JBLS.org has been down for a long time). Also in the bot are some font files. Place those in your font folder (C:\WINDOWS\Fonts) So you get the effect of the fonts when using the bot
Quote from: Myst on October 20, 2009, 08:43:14 PMYou originally got it to work. So just recheck your config file making sure you have a valid battle.net server to connect to, and a working BNLS server (bnls.bnetdev.net) then hit connect. Let me know of any other problems and what you were doing prior to it for the problem to occur.
Quote from: ReVoke on October 20, 2009, 07:47:47 PMhttp://darkblizz.org/Forum/index.php?topic=113.msg727#msg727But insted of richtx32.ocx make it MSWINSCK.OCXand i'm not quite sure how the x64 systems run with vista, but if i am correct you *MAY* need to find an 64 bit mswinsck.ocx file.
Quote from: ReVoke on October 21, 2009, 07:55:58 PMDid you try doing what i said? and also are you running in administrator?