How To Set Up SysReset For Advertising Your Server

This will be a tutorial on how to use SysReset for FTP advertisements. I will also teach how to set up fserves (file servers) as well.

SysReset is a script primarily used for advertising your server whether it is an FTP or fserve. To download it, go to http://www.sysreset.com/ -- I recommend getting the "Sysreset Full Installation Pack". Once that is downloaded and installed, we can begin.

Advertising Your FTP

Go to [SysReset > Addon Manager]. Highlight the FTP.INI file and click Load.

Next, go to [SysReset > FTP Ad Manager]. Under the "FTP Ads" section, click Add. It will ask you if you want to use Automatic IP Lookup. That will look up your IP and use it. Click yes only if you arenít using a DNS Forwarder. The next options popping up will be the following: Your IP address, your port number, your login name, your login password, the max number of users, (that can access your server at one time) and an FTP description. (that will be displayed on your advertisement) Fill them all out accordingly. (note: The same procedure applies to the look and upload accounts).

Check "Respond to !list" under Global Settings. Highlight each of your accounts under FTP Ads, and check "Enabled".

Under Ad Channels, type in #gamealbums, and click Add. Then click Done at the bottom.

Go to [SysReset > Servers Active > Choose Silent With !list].

Advertising Your F-serve

Go to [SysReset > File Server Manager]. Click on the File Server Triggers tab.

Under the Fserve Trigger List section, click Add. It will tell you to fill out some options. The first being "Enter trigger text". This will be the text that people will type to enter your server. Next is "Choose welcome file". You can click cancel for this, it is not needed. In the next option, you will need to choose your root directory in which people will be brought to first when they connect.

Once your directory is made, highlight your newly-made trigger, and make sure "Enabled" and "/CTCP Trigger" are checked under Settings.

Under File Server Global, check "Respond to !list".