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# Select Server
 
# Select Server
 
# Edit your ZNC server
 
# Edit your ZNC server
# In the first password field, fill in your username followed a : and finally, the password, like this: username:password<br /><br />[[File:File_MIRCConfig.png]]<br /><br />This way MIRC will automatically authenticate with ZNC without /quote pass.
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# In the first password field, fill in your username followed a : and finally, the password, like this: username/networkname:password<br /><br />[[File:File_MIRCConfig.png]]<br /><br />This way MIRC will automatically authenticate with ZNC without /quote pass.
 
# Also works on reconnect (WIFi loss or wake up from sleep laptop)
 
# Also works on reconnect (WIFi loss or wake up from sleep laptop)
  

Latest revision as of 02:13, 30 March 2019

Connecting to ZNC[edit]

SSL[edit]

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

Checking[edit]

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.

Note: mIRC 7.35 and newer versions include SSL by default.

Installing[edit]

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 to ZNC[edit]

Connecting to ZNC, with MIRC without having to provide logon details every single time or re-connect.

  1. Select Server
  2. Edit your ZNC server
  3. In the first password field, fill in your username followed a : and finally, the password, like this: username/networkname:password

    File MIRCConfig.png

    This way MIRC will automatically authenticate with ZNC without /quote pass.
  4. Also works on reconnect (WIFi loss or wake up from sleep laptop)

Connecting (the old way)[edit]

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[edit]

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[edit]

This is for plain non-ssl connections.

Connecting[edit]

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
}


ZNC Scripts[edit]