IRC Commands :: HostServ

ACTIVATE

Activate the requested vHost for the given nick. A memo informing the user will also be sent. If an asterisk ("*") is used in place of a nick, all waiting vHosts will be activated.

Syntax: ACTIVATE <nick>

Examples:
/msg HostServ ACTIVATE nenolod
/msg HostServ ACTIVATE *

GROUP

This command will set the current nick's vhost as the vhost for all the nicks in the group, including nicks that will be added in the future.

Syntax: GROUP

Examples:
/msg HostServ GROUP

LISTVHOST

LISTVHOST allows operators to see virtual hosts (also known as spoofs or cloaks) matching a given pattern. If no pattern is specified, it lists all existing vhosts.

Syntax: LISTVHOST [<pattern>]

Examples:
/msg HostServ LISTVHOST *lulz.com*
/msg HostServ LISTVHOST

OFF

Deactivates the vhost currently assigned to the nick in use. When you use this command, any user who performs a /whois on your nick will see your real IP address.

For permanent removal of your vhost, please see network staff.

Syntax: OFF

Examples:
/msg HostServ OFF

OFFER

OFFER allows you to offer a list of vhosts to the users of your network that they can accept at will without needing an oper to set the vhost. The string $account in the offered vhost will be replaced by a users' account name when they TAKE it.

If the !group parameter is provided, only users with the +v flag in that group will be able to see it in OFFERLIST and TAKE it.

Syntax: OFFER [!group] <vhost>

Examples:
/msg HostServ OFFER may.explode.on.impact
/msg HostServ OFFER mynetwork.users.$account
/msg HostServ OFFER !atheme-users $account.users.atheme.net

OFFERLIST

OFFERLIST lists all vhosts currently available from the network staff.

Syntax: OFFERLIST

Examples:
/msg HostServ OFFERLIST

ON

Activates the vhost currently assigned to the nick in use. When you use this command any user who performs a /whois on you will see the vhost instead of your real IP address.

Syntax: ON

Examples:
/msg HostServ ON

REJECT

Reject the requested vHost for the given nick. A memo informing the user will also be sent. If an asterisk ("*") is used in place of a nick, all waiting vHosts will be rejected.

Syntax: REJECT <nick>

Examples:
/msg HostServ REJECT nenolod
/msg HostServ REJECT *

REQUEST

REQUEST activation of the vhost. You must be identified to a registered nick to issue this command. Please be patient while your request is considered by network staff.

Syntax: REQUEST <vhost>

Examples:
/msg HostServ REQUEST may.explode.on.impact

TAKE

TAKE allows you to set a vhost that the network staff has offered and use it on your account. If the string $account is in the vhost, it will be replaced with your account name.

Syntax: TAKE <vhost>

Examples: /msg HostServ TAKE $account.users.example.net /msg HostServ TAKE example.net

UNOFFER

Remove a offered vhost from the OFFER list.

Syntax: UNOFFER <vhost>

Examples:
/msg HostServ UNOFFER users.example.net

VHOST

VHOST allows operators to set a virtual host (also known as a spoof or cloak) on an account. This vhost will be set on the user immediately and each time they identify to their account. If no vhost is specified, it will clear all existing vhosts on the account.

Syntax: VHOST <nickname> [<vhost>]

Examples:
/msg HostServ VHOST spb may.explode.on.impact
/msg HostServ VHOST nenolod

VHOSTNICK

VHOSTNICK allows operators to set a virtual host (also known as a spoof or cloak) on a nick. This vhost will be set on the user immediately and each time they identify when using said nick. If no vhost is specified, revert to the account's vhost.

Syntax: VHOSTNICK <nickname> [<vhost>]

Examples:
/msg HostServ VHOSTNICK spb may.explode.on.impact
/msg HostServ VHOSTNICK nenolod

WAITING

WAITING lists all vhosts currently waiting for activation.

Syntax: WAITING

Examples:
/msg HostServ WAITING