Zoite IRC Network
Latest Update: Changes to Virtual Hosts
We have recently made changes to the way virtual hosts work on Zoite. Previously, users were required to log into virtual hosts through VHBot when connecting, like so:
/msg VHBot VHOST <nickname> <password>
This is no longer required. From now on, simply identifying with NickServ will cause your virtual host to be set automatically:
/msg NickServ identify <password>
Or, if the nick you are connected with is not your registered nick, you can specify the account nick:
/msg NickServ identify <nickname> <password>
All existing virtual hosts have of course been migrated. We hope you find it easier and more convenient.
Zoite is the biggest, medium-sized, small IRC network mentioned in this sentence. We've been around for a little over 10 years now, welcoming users new and old alike. Drop in and say hello!
General Connection Pool (use these if you're not sure)
- chrysalis.zoite.net (Dallas, TX)
- xerxes.zoite.net (New York City, NY)
- omega.zoite.net (Monmouth County, NJ)
- sexy.zoite.net (New York City, NY)
- laeta.zoite.net (New York City, NY)
- iamgroot.zoite.net (London, UK)
No IRC Client? Stuck behind a firewall? No problem.
By using our webchat service, you can connect to IRC straight from your browser!
We also have a discussion forum our registered users can participate in. Feel free to get involved - just log in using your NickServ nickname and password.