Articles tagged with Technical Help

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

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

Proper Channel Registration

By ClAdmin
Cuff-Link uses Anope2 for services, which has been available for 2+ years now. Many people are still either using the old method of channel registration or registering the same way one might a nickname. Cuff-Link Administrators are no longer suspending … 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

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

HexChat - Basic Setup on Cuff-Link

By ClAdmin
When you come to #help on Cuff-Link, we frequently recommend a switch to HexChat from any other desktop client. Most of the staff uses it, and the reason is simple – whether basic chatting needs or more complex network administration or … 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

mIRC - Basic Setup on Cuff-Link

To set up mIRC for use on Cuff-Link, please use the following instructions. Please note, these instructions will only work for the version of mIRC that have SSL capability included, and we recommend using SSL over other connection types, so … Read More

Things Opers Can, Cannot, Will, and Will Not Do

There are a number of misconceptions regarding what we Opers can do, given the capabilities of the server and services, as well as the things we can do, but may not choose to do. This includes anything from overriding modes … Read More

Helpful Things - User Modes

By geannie
In a previous post, we covered channel modes, bans, extbans, invex, and exceptions. In this post, we will cover user modes. There is some overlap with the letters used, so it is important to distinguish between the two lists. Users … Read More

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