What is IRC?
Internet Relay Chat
(IRC) is a form of real-time Internet text messaging (chat). It is mainly designed for
group communication in #channels,
but also allows one-to-one communication via private message as well as chat and data transfer (including file sharing).
Read more on it: Wikipedia
Port: 7000/6697( SSL Only)
- #root - have to stay, welcome to chat
- #pre - pre channel
- #tracers - main tracers channel
- #search - for searching commands: .pre, .dupe, .grp, .db
- #tracers.spam - mp3/flac/xxx and everything older then 15/+13th place
- #vhost - you can assign yourself a vhost here after registering nick
In different operating systems, the most popular clients are:
- Windows: mIRC*, HexChat**, Miranda IM, Trillian, Pidgin.
- Unix and Linux: irssi, XChat, Konversation, Pidgin, and the traditional ircII and derivatives.
- Web Clients: kiwiirc, mibbit shuld only use in lack of better.
* mIRC: For those connecting with mIRC, you will need to visit this link and make your client SSL compatible. It’s rather simple.
** HexChat: This is the free version of XChat built from source for windows.
Connect with the details above and say hi :).