To use the BNC connection to the IRC



BNC is used as a gateway to an IRC Server. There are quite a few advantages in using BNC besides being able to use a host other than the one assigned by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). BNCs also protect you from various types of Denial-Of-Service (DOS) attacks such as IMCP, Winnuke and other exploits. Connecting to a BNC changes the IP that is visible to users on IRC to the IP of the computer or shell which from where it is running. The plus of BNC is that it still allows you to IRC as you normally would (DCC, Channels, Private Messages, etc), but prevents malicious individuals from attacking your computer.




/server bnc.anakdompu.co.cc 5050
/quote PASS AnakDompu
/quote conn irc.dal.net 6667

bnc.anakdompu.co.cc superbly server that is installed in the BNC and can use the port nameserver.


/quote PASS AnakDompu to quote into the BNC



[12:23] -bnc.anakdompu.co.cc- Welcome to BNC v2.8.2, the irc proxy
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[12:23] -bnc.anakdompu.co.cc- Level two, lets connect to something real now
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[12:23] -bnc.anakdompu.co.cc- type /quote conn [server] to connect
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[12:23] -bnc.anakdompu.co.cc- type /quote help for basic list of commands and usage


Welcome to BNC v2.8.2, the irc proxy
Level two, lets connect to something real now
type /quote conn [server] to connect
type /quote help for basic list of commands and usage



/quote conn irc.dal.net 6667

quote conn and follow in the server name and port ircd, if less obvious tingal typing /quote help


after entering the irc server to stay running commands in the usual irc

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