IRC enables users to discuss issues, make plans, help out others with their wireless projects, chat instantly with others, etc.
Although not the official voice of Air-Stream, and some people there may not be Air-Stream members it can still be a useful source of information. But please bear in mind that this service has been setup by individual members and so does not formally represent the views of Air-Stream Wireless.
IRC servers can be accessed via the Air-Stream wireless network and the internet using a compatible IRC client.
All official servers are placed into round-robin DNS. By using this address your client will try all servers in the cycle until a successful connection is made.
|Round Robin (via Internet)||irc.air-stream.org||7000|
|Round Robin (via WAN)||irc.air-stream.wan||7000|
Individual server addresses can be used if necessary.
Due to the nature of wireless networks, we are required to secure communications with SSL encryption. To connect to official IRC servers you will require an IRC client that supports SSL.
More info on SSL with mIRC: http://www.mirc.co.uk/ssl.html
Air-Streams IRC Servers now require member login to authenticate and use the IRC network. To authenticate you are required to use your Air-Stream username as the "Identd User ID" or "Username" and your password must be entered in the IRC Server "Password" field. For more detailed instructions please see the how to pages provided by members below.
Due to the nature of IRC, moderation of content is difficult to control and thus the actions of users on the IRC server remain the responsibility of themselves, not Air-Stream Wireless Inc. Server operators, channel operators or channel half operators to reprimand disruptive users. Administrators of this server reserve the right to intercept and monitor any network traffic in response to suspected denial of service attack or other technical misuse. By connecting to these IRC servers you understand and agree to these terms and conditions.