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IRC: Fri Night Chat

From: John I Jones <jijones@ix.netcom.com>

The IP address for tonight's chat is:

The port must be set to 6667 (generally the default)

The chat channel is:

#iris-l        [all lower case]

once you are logged on the server type:

/join #iris-l

Sometimes the IP address changes during the day so remember you can always
find it
at :


Chat information and links are available on my Webpage at:


Once again, if you need help tonight, I will monitor my email and try to
respond. Or you can call me at 510-795-9723.


Our backup chat server is on the austnet (no longer on the undernet). 

To get there just put 


in the same location that you normally put Vengers IP address.

(if you want a more specific server, the name list is available at the
address below:)


Just put the name in the same location that you normally put Vengers IP
address. Or just type:

/server (server name)


/server sound.mo.us.austnet.org

try port 6665 or 6666 before trying 6667. Sometimes it takes me 1 or 2 tries
to get on. I think austnet will be less busy than the undernet.

The name of the chat channel is the same - #iris-l (all lower case.)

Look forward to chatting with you.

John                     | "There be dragons here"
                         |  Annotation used by ancient cartographers
                         |  to indicate the edge of the known world.

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