GeeksAndGamers is a small IRC network that was created for a small group of friends to talk about games and geeky things. What better place for geeks to collaborate than IRC right? I don't think theres a geekier form of communications.
We have servers in geodiverse places around the world to allow for people around the world to connect as low latency as possible.
Below is a list of some of the features that are available on our network.
|Services||We provide services for our users which allows the ability to register nicknames and channels (amount other things) for recurring use and control over these assets.|
|SSL Encryption||All of our servers communicate with each other over SSL. We also allow users to connect to our servers using SSL. You can view more information about which ports we use for SSL on our Servers page.|
|IPv6 Enabled||Our servers are all IPv6 enabled. For more information about how we use IPv6, please look on our Servers page|
|IRCv3 Features||Our network uses the latest IRCv3 technologies. The extensions we provide are account-notify, account-tag, away-notify, batch, cap-notify, chghost, echo-message, extended-join, invite-notify, message-tags, monitor, multi-prefix, sasl v3.1, sasl v3.2, server-time, sts, tls, userhost-in-names|
|SASL Authentication||SASL is an authentication method that allows users to authenticate to our services (NickServ) during the registration phase of the connection (before actually fully connecting to the network). To use this feature your client must support it, please check your client documentation for more information on whether it supports SASL.|