Congratulations! You're on an IRC Network that offers custom vHosts to its users, for free. What is a vHost you may be
asking? A vHost masks your actual hostname, and shows a fake one of your choosing. For example: If you are an AOL user, and
you connect to DynastyNet, by default, you're given +x umode, which masks your hostname to look like this:
If you were to take +x off, your hostmask would look something like:
Now, that's just boring, and looks a lot like everyone else's. Time for a change. You can now choose your own vHost. Besides
simply hiding your ugly hostmask, it also helps to prevent anyone from getting your IP address, which is a bit of added
security. So, now, you could be:
firstname.lastname@example.org or @i.love.irc.com or even @rockmusic.is.my.life
In fact, your vHost can be anything you can imagine, as long as it's pleasing to others, and doesn't contain anything
offensive. We also try to stay away from hosts that resolve. We'll have a form online soon, so for now, simply connect to
IRC, /join #Dynasty_Help and ask for help with getting a vHost.
Your vHost is incorporated into NickServ, so you'll need a registered nickname for one. It will be applied every time that
you identify for that nickname. It will also be applied to every nickname in your GROUP. New nicks added to your GROUP
might need /vs GROUP, from the main nick, for the vHost to be applied. If you just received a vHost, the Host
Setter should inform you to type /vs login for it to be applied the first time.
If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to ask in #Dynasty_Help.
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