HostServ Advanced Guide

HELP
 HostServ commands:

OPER HELP
 not used.

ADMIN HELP
 not used.

ON
 Syntax: /msg HostServ  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 <nick> <hostmask>.

 Sets the vhost for the given nick to that of the given
 hostmask.  If your IRCD supports vIdents, then using

 SET <nick> <ident>@<hostmask> set idents for users as 
 well as vhosts.

SETALL
 Syntax: /msg HostServ  SETALL <nick> <hostmask>.


 Sets the vhost for all nicks in the same group as that
 of the given nick.  If your IRCD supports vIdents, then
 using SETALL <nick> <ident>@<hostmask> 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

 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 <nick>

 Deletes the vhost assigned to the given nick from the
 database.

DELALL
 Syntax: /msg HostServ  DELALL <nick>.

 Deletes the vhost for all nick's in the same group as
 that of the given nick.


LIST
 Syntax: /msg HostServ  LIST [<key>|<#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 <key> 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

 
 This command allows users to set the vhost of their
 CURRENT nick to be the vhost for all nicks in the same
 group.