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  on *:start: {
 
  on *:start: {
   server my.bouncer.net:+6697 user1:password1
+
   server my.bouncer.net:+6697 username/network:password
   server -m my.bouncer.net:+6697 user2:password2
+
   server -m my.bouncer.net:+6697 username/network:password
   server -m my.bouncer.net:+6697 user3:password3
+
   server -m my.bouncer.net:+6697 username/network:password
 
  }
 
  }
  
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Connecting to ZNC using non SSL via script:
 
Connecting to ZNC using non SSL via script:
 
  on *:start: {
 
  on *:start: {
   server my.bouncer.net:6667 user1:password1
+
   server my.bouncer.net:6667 username/network:password
   server -m my.bouncer.net:6667 user2:password2
+
   server -m my.bouncer.net:6667 username/network:password
   server -m my.bouncer.net:6667 user3:password3
+
   server -m my.bouncer.net:6667 username/network:password
 
  }
 
  }
  

Revision as of 09:43, 6 June 2013

Connecting to ZNC

SSL

In order to use SSL, you must check that SSL is installed and ready to use.

Checking

To check if your mIRC is ready for SSL, enter the following command into any mIRC window:

  //echo -ag $sslready

If the output is $true, then SSL is installed, if $false, then you need to install ssl.

Installing

In order to use SSL, you need OpenSSL installed.

  • Exit mIRC (This is required).
  • Install SSL.
  • Start mIRC
  • You can either manually accept the invalid certificates (if they are invalid)
  • Tools -> Options -> Connect -> Options -> SSL... -> Automatically accept invalid certificates -> OK -> OK

Connecting

Connections to ZNC using SSL via script:

on *:start: {
  server my.bouncer.net:+6697 username/network:password
  server -m my.bouncer.net:+6697 username/network:password
  server -m my.bouncer.net:+6697 username/network:password
}


Troubleshooting

It does not connect.

If port 6697 is the SSL port, you need to specify the "+" before the port.

This is a failed attempt due to not specifying the "+"

 [02:17:38] * Connect retry #1 my.bouncer.net (6697)
 [02:17:39] * [10053] Software caused connection abort


Non SSL

This is for plain non-ssl connections.

Connecting

Connecting to ZNC using non SSL via script:

on *:start: {
  server my.bouncer.net:6667 username/network:password
  server -m my.bouncer.net:6667 username/network:password
  server -m my.bouncer.net:6667 username/network:password
}


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