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Hi guys,

I'm looking for help/direction in setting up a BNC.

Many thanks in advance and with respect as always Yay


I have a couple of different BNC's so idk if you want recommendations of which BNC or setup instructions or both, but is where one of my BNC's is hosted and I have had absolutely no problems with it.

To get a BNC from the, just visit the address, make an account and then follow the instructions given. I forget all the details, but I do remember you have to join their IRC channel (on direct connect), then send a certain command (they tell you which) to indicate you want a BNC.

Then they send you an activation message (via email) you use the details from that to form a /JOIN command:

For mIRC, it would be something like this:


For instance if you were on Strawberry server (their servers are all named after fruit Undecided) and you port was 1337 and your name = 'YourName' and your pass = 'YourPass'

/server +1337 YourName:YourPass

Give it a try and if you get stuck, jump on our webchat or a direct connect and I can help walk you through it.
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What is a BNC?
(09-20-2013, 02:00 PM)Aish Wrote: What is a BNC?

A BNC (short for bouncer) is a piece of software that is used to relay traffic and connections in computer networks, much like a proxy.
Using a BNC allows a user to hide the original source of the user's connection, providing privacy as well as the ability to route traffic through a specific location.

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And this: -->

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Cheers for the great info Mark. I'll try and get it all set up when i get time tommorrow and let you know how i got on Smile

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