This specifies the type of the ejection:
This field displays the value of the ejection, based on the current ejection type. For IP address ejections, this is the IP address, in standard x.x.x.x format. To look up a particular IP address, simply enter the address here, click the IP address type radio button, and press the Lookup button. Note that if the last byte of the address is zero, the entire "class C" address is blocked (e.g. if the blocked address is "126.96.36.199", this will keep out anyone with an IP address in the range from 188.8.131.52 to 184.108.40.206.)
For computer ID ejections, the value shows the computer ID in hexadecimal. This value is not particularly useful or meaningful to a human reader, and is provided simply for reference. As with IP address ejections, computer ID ejections can also be looked up by entering the computer ID in this field, selecting the computer ID ejection type, and pressing Lookup.
For citizen number ejections, the value is the citizen number being blocked. As with IP address and computer ID ejections, you can look up citizen number ejections by entering the citizen number in this field.
Additional notes about the ejection can be stored in this field. This field is for user reference only and is not used by Outerworlds, although when a user is ejected the server will store a note in this field indicating who was ejected and by whom.
This field shows the date at which the ejection was first added. It cannot be modified, although deleting an ejection and then adding it back again will effectively reset this field to the current date.
This field shows the date at which the ejection will expire. When an ejection expires, it is automatically removed from the ejection list. To adjust the expiration date, press the Change... button. Note: after changing the expiration date field, you must also press the Change button in order to store the new expiration date on the server, or else the change will not take effect.
Ejections with the expiration date set to Never persist indefinitely.
Looking Up An Ejection
To look up an ejection, first select the type of the ejection you are interested in, then enter the appropriate value in the value field and press the Lookup button. You can also use the Previous and Next buttons to scan through all the ejections currently in effect.
Adding A New Ejection
New ejections are normally added automatically whenever a user is ejected. However, it is also possible to enter new ejections directly from this dialog. To add a new ejection, simply select the type, enter the appropriate value, expiration date, and optional comment and press the Add button.
Care should be used when manually adding new ejections, in particular "Class C" IP address ejections. When adding a new ejection, any users who are affected by the new ejection will be immediately ejected. "Class C" ejections can potentially block all users from an entire ISP from accessing the world.
Changing An Existing Ejection
You can also modify the comment or expiration date of an existing ejection. First, look up the ejection that you want to change. Then make any desired changes and press the Change button.
Deleting An Ejection
To delete an ejection, simply enter the address in the address field and press the Delete button.