/whois voyur /whowas [nick] - used to get info on a nick that has just left IRC or a person who has just changed their nick. /whowas voyur /who [#] - shows nicks, addresses, and optional user info if available for users on a channel. /who #newbies /names - shows nicks of users on a channel. /names #newbies /msg [nick] [message] - sends a private message (whisper) to a user. /msg voyur hello there /query [nick] - opens a new window for private dialog with a nick. /query voyur /nick [newnick] - if I wanted to change my currnet nick, voyur, to voy, I would use this command. /nick voy /me [action describe] - If you typed this example, it would be displayed as *voyur waves to JP ex. /list - requests a list of currently formed channels from the server. You must be a channel operator to use this command. /kick #newbies voyur /mode [nick] i - This is the invisible mode. Users on the same channel as you still see you there. *[email protected]| /ignore -r [nick/address] to remove /kick [#] [nick] - used to kick a user from the channel.m IRC is an IRC client that can be used to chat with other people on IRC networks around the world.To use m IRC, you need to connect to an IRC network.Here you see a small report about channel #sexchat, a chat room on IRC network DALnet.
Available ports are: 6667, 7000, 7667, 6601 (SSL), and 6697 (SSL).Chat room #sexchat on IRC network DALnet was registered at 2015-07-05 and automically assigned to group Sexuality Chat Rooms.Registration of this chat room was based on web requests. An IRC network is made up one or more IRC servers that are all connected to each other.By connecting to any of the servers on a particular network, you will see the same channels and people.