An irc bouncer or BNC is a piece of software that is used to relay an irc connection

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How do I set up a domain-like hostname on IRC?

I own a domain name, and a virtual private server. On that server I've installed ZNC as a bouncer for my IRC connection, and when connected through it the hostname is just a random hash of letters ...
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I need an IRC bouncer that lets me use a single login with multiple servers

I used to use winbnc (which has totally vanished off the face of the internet) ages ago, and there's certain aspects of it that I can't seem to emulate on any other irc bnc software. I basically ...
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Conflict between encoding charsets when generating irc stats from ZNC logs with PISG

I'm using PISG to generate stats for an IRC channel. Log files are from ZNC log module. Logs are in this folder: ~/.znc/moddata/log/ The problem is that when i'm generating stats with PISG, my stats....
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IRC Bouncer connect without /quote pass?

I am using a bouncer (ZNC) to connect to an IRC network. I am using ChatZilla to connect to the bouncer. On connect I get the following message: You need to send your password. Try /quote PASS <...
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Connecting Pidgin to ZNC (Windows)

I'm on Windows 7, and have installed ZNC through Cygwin. I've created a server configuration, and I'm trying to connect a pidgin account to it via these instructions. I keep getting the "SSL ...
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Connect to an IRC bouncer with Thunderbird?

I would like to set up a bouncer on my rootserver and connect there from my PC, so I will see all messages during the last 30 minutes that I missed when I reconnect to a channel. Is this possible in ...
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bip irc proxy and client disconnects

Currently, a bip instance I've configured connects to the prescribed network(s), and allows a connection from a client through SSL (offering the self-signed cert). However, after connection is ...