IRC Category

Using KiwiIRC on Cuff-Link

If you require a web based client that allows you to just put in a nickname and connect, you can use KiwiIRC. Registered Users (Recommended for everyone with a registered nick account) https://kiwiirc.com/nextclient/auth.cuff-link.me/#cuff-link … Read More

A Beginner’s Guide to Channel Administration

By ClAdmin
Intro Cuff-Link offers channel administration services via Anope 2 IRC Services. Register your nick with NickServ and use a secure connection to the chat network - you’re now ready to start your own channel or join an existing ChanOp team … Read More

Correct Nickname Registration

Cuff Link recommends that you register any nicks that you use. Registered nicks have many advantages that unregistered nicks do not. Registered nicks can only be used by the individual who registered them - if you register a nick, you effectively … Read More

Why You Should Move to Using Authentication

By ClAdmin
As many of you know, because you’ve either gotten caught in one yourself, have talked to others who have, or have seen the admins discussing it wherever, we use CIDR bans on Cuff-Link to help cut down on malicious … Read More

IceChat9 - Basic Setup on Cuff-Link

By ClAdmin
Continuing on our basic setups for clients that support SASL, IceChat has updated their ircv3 options in version 9.13 which appears to have corrected previous SASL issues. Grab the latest version [9.14 as of writing] from their website … Read More

Cuff-Link Auth Server Settings

By ClAdmin
Basics Super Important: If you follow along using the images, be sure to use irc.cuff-link.me instead of irc.cuff-link.me and always used port 7797 - we have not yet had a chance to update all the images. Server … Read More

KVIrc - Basic Setup on Cuff-Link

KVIrc is a multi-platform client that is popular with scripters. This howto is based on 4.2.0, the current stable version, and is available here for various OS’s - Windows is only 32-bit. This howto just covers the basic … Read More

AdiIRC Basic Setup on Cuff-Link

AdiIRC is a free client available for Windows and is well-known for being lightweight and supports portable mode. Download is available from adiirc.com and this howto is based on version 2.3. From the download link, there is 32 … Read More

Private Message Etiquette on Cuff-Link

By ClAdmin
We’re not sure if there’s something in the water recently that is causing people to open conversations in an inappropriate fashion or to respond in a way that is just as bad, if not worse. Here’s a … Read More

The IRC Client List

By ClAdmin
If you’re looking at this, then we have directed you to this post for some reason. We have written tutorials for some of these, and we are working on more. Since we don’t use every client, if your … Read More

Using SSLFP Authentication on Cuff-Link

This post details how to use SSLFP authentication on Cuff-Link. This particular method of authentication is nice for a couple of reasons, but the main one is that you don’t authenticate with a password, but rather an SSL certificate … Read More

SASL Setup for HexChat

By Hatred
While this is specifically for setting up SASL on Cuff-Link using HexChat, this tutorial should work for any network that offers SASL connections to users. This is assuming that you already have a connection setup for Cuff-Link. 1. Open the … Read More

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