- Parameters enclosed in <>'s are mandatory.
- Parameters enclosed in 's are optional.
- x|y means x or y.
- <nick> refers to a person's IRC nickname that they are online with.
- <username> refers to a person's username as it appears in the userlist;
not to be confused with <nick>.
- <channel> refers to a channel on the network.
User related commands
Marks you away on the server if a reason has been specified. To disable your away status,
just type /away.
Channel related commands
If opped, you can use this to send target free notices towards the members in your channel.
/cnotice <channel> <nick> :<message>
IRC Operator related commands
Displays detailed information about users, channels, servers and more.
/check [channel|server|nickname|user@host mask]
Forces the removal of certain modes in a channel, clears banlists and deops all people as well.
You can also specify which modes to be removed
/clearmode <channel> [modes to remove]
Closes unknown, still pending connections to the server.
Establishes a connection from the origin server to the remote server.
/connect <destination> [port] [remoteserver]
Perform a server shutdown.
Lists or (un)sets server/network wide bans.
To show a list of glines: (Users can also use this to see a list of glines)
/gline [user@host mask]
To set a gline:
/gline +[!=forcegline]<user@hostmask> <targetserver or * for global> <duration in seconds> :<reason>
To deactivate a gline: (Glines are NOT removed but deactivated to make sure the network is in sync. They will vanish as soon as they expired)
/gline -<user@hostmask> <targetserver or * for global> * :*
Jupes or dejupes a server making it unpossible for a specific server to link.
/jupe <+|-><servername> [remoteserver] <duration in seconds> :<reason>
Forcibly removes a user from the network.
/kill <nickname> :<reason>
Authenticates to the server as irc operator.
/oper <opername> <password>
Forcibly sets modes on a channel through the server (Does not work in registered channels on scarynet).
/opmode <channel> <modes> <modeargs>
Server related commands
Displays the admin information about a server. You can also specify the name of a server
to get information about another server then the one you are connected to.
/admin [remote server]