Gerard Beekmans gerard at
Tue Jun 27 15:55:25 PDT 2000

> the server is works fine... try instead. If that
> doesn't work, then I hope you didn't try to log in with telnet, or any
> other port(except ftp/http) for that matter, because that would have
> caused your port to be blocked from the server...

actually if you telnet to port 6667 it will still be ok. You can use
telnet as a chat client (by sending the raw IRC commands to the server
you are able to talk on IRC and stuff. I Don't recommend it though. It's
far from userfriendly. That's why chat clients were invented.

Gerard Beekmans

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