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/admin <server>

Displays the admin info of a server. If a server name is included it will display the info of that server.

/away <reason>

Marks you as being away. A reason may also be supplied.

/botmotd <server>

Displays the servers bot message of the day. Including a server name allows you to check other servers


Lists credits for everyone that has helped create UnrealIRCd

/cycle <channel1, channel2, ...>

Cycles the given channel(s). This command is equivalent to sending a PART then a JOIN command.

/dns <option>

Returns information about the IRC server's DNS cache. Note, since most clients have a built-in DNS command, you will most likely need to use /raw DNS to use this. Opers may specify an l as the first parameter to the command to receive a list of entries in the DNS cache.

/helpop ?<topic> or !<topic>

HelpOp is a new system of getting IRC Server help. You type either /HELPOP ? <help system topic> or /HELPOP ! <question> The "?" in /HELPOP means query the help system and if you get no response you can choose '!' to send it to the Help Operators online. Using neither ? nor ! will mean the command will be first queried within the help system and if no match if found , it will be forwarded to the help operators

/identify <channel> <password>

Sends your password to the services system to identify as the founder of a channel.

/invite <nick> <channel>

Invites the given user to the given channel. (Must be a channel Op)

/ison <nick1 nick2 nick3 ...>

Allows you to check the online status of a user, or a list of users. Simple return, best used for scripts

/join <channel1,channel2, ...>

Allows you to join channels. Using the /join #channel1,#channel2,#channel3 will allow you to join more than one channel at a time. The /join 0 command makes you PART all channels.

/kick <channel, channel> <user, user> <reason>

Kicks a user or users out of a channel, or channels. A reason may also be supplied.

/knock <channel> <message>


Displays the GNU License

/list <search string>

If you don't include a search string, the default is to send you the entire unfiltered list of channels. Below are the options you can use, and what channels LIST will return when you use them. >number List channels with more than <number> people. <number List channels with less than <number> people. C>number List channels created between now and <number> minutes ago. C<number List channels created earlier than <number> minutes ago. T>number List channels whose topics are older than <number> minutes (Ie., they have not changed in the last <number> minutes. T<number List channels whose topics are newer than <number> minutes. *mask* List channels that match *mask* !*mask* List channels that do not match *mask*


Displays a network map

/mode <chan/nick> <mode>

Lets you set channel and user modes. See User & Channel Modes for a list.

/motd <server>

/nick <newnickname>

Changes your online nick name. Alerts others to the change of your nick

/ping <user>

Sends a PING request to a user. Used for checking connection and lag. Servers issue pings on a timed basis to determine if users are still connected.

/quit <reason>

Causes you to disconnect from the server. If you include a reason, it will be displayed on all channels as you quit

/rules <server>

Displays the ircd.rules of a server. Adding a server name allows you to view rules on other servers lusers <server> Displays current & max user loads, both global and local. Adding a server name allows you to view the statistics from other servers.


/silence [+|-]<nick>

Ignores messages from a user or list of users at the Server itself.

/time <server>

Displays the servers date and time. Including a server name allows you to check other servers.


<channel> <topic> Topic <channel> will display the current topic of the given channel. Topic <channel> <topic> will change the topic of the given channel.


<nick> Displays the userhost of the nick given. Generally used for scripts

/userip <nick>

Returns the IP address of the user in question.

/version <nick>

Sends a CTCP Version request to the user. If configured to do so, their client will respond with the client version.

/vhost <login> <password>

Hides your host name by using a vhost provided by the server.

/watch [+|-]<nick> [+|-]<nick>

Watch is a new notify-type system in UnrealIRCd which is both faster and uses less network resources than any old-style notify system. The server will send you a message when any nickname in your watch list logs on or off. The watch list DOES NOT REMAIN BETWEEN SESSIONS - you (or your script or client) must add the nicknames to your watch list every time you connect to an IRC server.

/who <mask>

Who allows you to search for users. Masks include: nickname, #channel, hostmask (*

/whois <nick> <nick>

Performs a remote WHOIS. If a person is not on the same server as another person, a simple WHOIS will not display all possible WHOIS responses. For example, idle times are not shown in such a case. To request a remote whois, issue a WHOIS with the remote user's nick as the first and as the second arguments.

/whowas <nick> <maxreplies>

Displays information on a nick that has logged off. The <max replies> field is optional, and limits how many records will be returned.
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