** Last AutoUpdate by FreeZNC BOT at Sat Mar 17 14:35:11 2018 **
*Unlimited networks (Default is one but if you need more, ask in our support channels. There's no limit on how many networks you can add)
*Limited set of rules
*100% uptime (Our services run on a robust network, monitored by our dedicated staff team)
*Support (in case you get stuck ;p)
Server: irc.freeznc.uk #FreeZNC
Server: irc.freenode.org #FSHell
Join Our support channels and make a request. Do "!help request" without quotes in the channel to be guided further for the request process.
Once you've successfully submitted your request (takes a minute or less) one of our staff members will review your application and will either confirm or deny it based on their discretion. It can take anywhere between 5 minutes to
24 hours for your request to get approved.
Once your request has been approved, you'll receive an E-mail containing the details of your account. (Make sure you use a valid E-mail address during request or you'll never be able to receive the confirmation E-mail)
Now, configure your settings by accessing the bouncers Web Panel available at https://server.freeznc.uk:31337/
Once you've configured the network among other settings, fire up your favorite IRC client and set it to connect to FreeZNC bouncer.
Connection parameters are as follows-
Ports: +31337 (SSL) and 31338 (Non-SSL)
Username: Your ZNC username
Password: Your ZNC password
If your client doesn't have static auto-connect server settings, do this
/server server.freeznc.uk 31338 yourusername:yourpassword
if you want an encrypted connection, change port 31338 to +31337 (yeah +31337, not just 31337)
1. Each user is restricted to 1 account unless other arrangements are made. Attempted hoarding of accounts may result in you being banned from our service.
2. Do not use our service for anything illegal, such as filesharing, child pornography, etc. This will lead to your immediate removal from our service.
3. Do not break any rule of the IRC network your account is assigned to. This includes ban evading, spamming, repeated flooding, or any other rules the IRC network may have in place.
4. We know when an account is banned/z:lined/k:lined/etc. This may lead to your account being removed, or at minimum blocked until we know the reason the IRC network took that action.