Anope 1.8.9.3131 - HostServ
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  • HELP
    	HostServ commands:
    
    
  • OPER HELP
    	not used.
    
    
  • ADMIN HELP
    	not used.
    
    
  • ON
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ ON
     
    	Syntax: ON
    
    	Activates the vhost currently assigned to the nick in use.
    	When you use this command any user who performs a /whois
    	on you will see the vhost instead of your real IP address.
    
    
  • SET
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ SET  .
     
    	Syntax: SET  .
    
    	Sets the vhost for the given nick to that of the given
    	hostmask.  If your IRCD supports vIdents, then using
    	SET  @ set idents for users as
    	well as vhosts.
    
    
  • SETALL
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ SETALL  .
     
    	Syntax: SETALL  .
    
    	Sets the vhost for all nicks in the same group as that
    	of the given nick.  If your IRCD supports vIdents, then
    	using SETALL  @ will set idents
    	for users as well as vhosts.
    
    	* NOTE, this will not update the vhost for any nick's
    	added to the group after this command was used.
    
    
  • OFF
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ OFF
     
    	Syntax: OFF
    
    	Deactivates the vhost currently assigned to the nick in use.
    	When you use this command any user who performs a /whois
    	on you will see your real IP address.
    
    
  • DEL
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ DEL 
     
    	Syntax: DEL 
    
    	Deletes the vhost assigned to the given nick from the
    	database.
    
    
  • DELALL
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ DELALL .
     
    	Syntax: DELALL .
    
    	Deletes the vhost for all nick's in the same group as
    	that of the given nick.
    
    
    
  • LIST
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ LIST [|<#X-Y>]
     
    	Syntax: LIST [|<#X-Y>]
    
    	This command lists registered vhosts to the operator
    	if a Key is specified, only entries whos nick or vhost match
    	the pattern given in  are displayed e.g. Rob* for all
    	entries beginning with "Rob"
    
    	If a #X-Y style is used, only entries between the range of X
    	and Y will be displayed, e.g. #1-3 will display the first 3
    	nick/vhost entries.
    
    	The list uses the value of NSListMax as a hard limit for the
    	number of items to display to a operator at any 1 time.
    
    
  • GROUP
    	Syntax: /msg HostServ GROUP
     
    	Syntax: GROUP
    
    	This command allows users to set the vhost of their
    	CURRENT nick to be the vhost for all nicks in the same
    	group.