A channel on the network can have six different kinds of users. You might think of them as levels of permission and access. They are, in increasing amount of capabilities: Regular user Voiced: VOP or +v Half-Op: HOP or +h Op: Full Op, ChanOp or +o Admin: SOP, SuperOp or +a Founder: +q Regular users […]
Silencing Users with Extended Bans You can use extended bans to set up an alternative kind of ban that will give you more options, like silencing users. When you silence a user, you allow the person to stay in the channel, but block the person’s ability to participate in the discussion or change nicks. It’s […]
# What is a vhost A vhost (a.k.a. vanity host or virtual hosts) is a custom part after the @ in your user mask on IRC. For example: MrRandom!MrRandom@MrRandom.may.explode.on.impact My vhost when I use the nickname MrRandom is MrRandom.my.explode.on.impact.
So your bot can’t connect and it’s saying it has been banned from the network. This has happened because your bot was either: Spamming users, opers or channels In a channel where the channel owner hadn’t given it permission If your bot didn’t run ident then your entire host has been banned from the network. […]
One question that is routinely asked in #help is how a channel owner can forward users from one channel to another. They usually ask this because they have changed channel names, and there is no other method available to regular users (as opposed to those with access to the IRCd configuration files); however it is […]
On Digital IRC, we have two access systems. Standard access system, and XOP. XOP is a simplification of the access system to make things a bit easier. However, with simplification comes a loss of features. XOP is enabled by default for newly registered channels. It has 4 ChanServ commands – VOP, HOP, AOP and SOP […]
So you’ve registered your nick, but have more than one computer/device that you join IRC from. You might be wondering “do I need to register a new nick and have people add that nick to access lists as well? Certainly there must be an easier way.”
What is a vHost A host is the part that comes after the @ when you join a channel on IRC (For example, [you] (webchat@SilentZombies-2C774A64.your.isp.net) ) has joined #empornium). A vHost (aka virtual host) is a feature on Empornium irc network, that allows you to be identified with a custom host, hiding your real ISP, […]
As we explain on our Servers page, you often achieve the best connection by connecting to the server geographically closest to you. To do this, you can find the closest server on the map and then connect to servername.digitalirc.org for example, shire.digitalirc.org would be a good choice if you were in Europe.
Digital IRC has registered with mibbit, what this means is that unlike some other networks when you connect via mibbit your IP/hostname doesn’t appear as your real name. To use this feature specify the server irc.digitalirc.org when connecting. This tells mibbit you’re connecting to our network and to auth with our IRC servers so that […]