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Old 11-04-2003, 01:37 PM   #1
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Post IRC Vhosts...~?


How can i make an IRC vhosts to my machine..what application and from where can i download it...for making an IRC Vhosts...;]~
Like:
my domain is skate.cabelnet.net
i wanna to make an irc vhost like: too.fast.too.furious.skate.cabelnet.net
or something like that..it was just an example :L)
I will be ery happy if someone helps me...and explains to me how to make the hosts Thanx
 
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Google for "vhost BNC" or "shell account eggdrop" or "vhost irc spoof" or "psyBNC" you'll find lotsa info. Usually IRC shell providers provide vhosts or "vanity hostnames" for their clients. It's not something you set up on your SOHO box unless you (AFAIK) control authoritative records for a domainname.
 
  


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