On Sunday 18 January 2004 07:36 pm, Marwan Sultan wrote:
> Hello Andrew,
>   One of the most common and best ircd I ever used is bahamut.
>   There is a complete Tutorial for everything.

I've used this server before, as well.  This is a very good one.  I spoke of 
Unreal IRCd because that's what I use now...

>   Basiclly this ircd has been created to serve DALnet IRC network
>   but no harm and its perfect if you run it as a standalone network.
>   Please check: http://bahamut.dal.net/
>   About controling number of users, connections, ports, etc
>   usually its made from the ircd configuration it self.
>   and small configuration to the box it self "if needed".

These are standard features of most ircds.  These can all be changed at any 
time from the ircd.conf file.  Rereading this file is simply a /rehash 
command from irc (as an oper) or a sighup to the process on the box itself.

>   Also you could search in google for "irc service" to download and
> connect.
>   Maybe you would check http://board.ircd.cc/ for links and recruitment
>   Marwan Sultan.
>   Former DALnet Admin.

Take a look around.  There are many, many ircds out there.  These have just 
been two.  I've been bored lately, so I could use something to do if you need 
help.  ;)

Have fun!

Eric F Crist
AdTech Integrated Systems, Inc
(612) 998-3588

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