Dircproxy is an IRC proxy server ( "bouncer"). Dircproxy is designed for people who use IRC from lots of different workstations or clients, but wish to remain connected and see what they missed while they were away.You connect to IRC through dircproxy and it lets you stay connected to the server even after you detach your client from it.While you're detached, it logs channel and private messages as well as major events, and when you reattach it will download these ratings you use the IRC protocol ordinary. Here are some key features of "dircproxy": Runs · console as a daemon or inetd. · Able proxy many simultaneous users and IRC connections. · Use passwords IRC server to authenticate. · Rest connected to the server when you detach. To connect simply use the password for the IRC server again, no special orders! · Completely non-blocking all progress. · Can connect to servers that also require d ' a password. · may have a list of servers on the same network to connect, it will cycle this list. · Throttles data sent to the server to ensure you are never flooded off. · Can check servers' s ensure they do not become "stones". Reconnects · servers if the connection is dropped. · Then join the channel automatically for you to attach first. · Rejoins channels if you're fired. · can leave channels when detach and rejoin when you return. · can take steps to ensure that you do not seem to "inactive" on IRC. · host and password based security. • Easy to configure and operate. What's New in this version: [read full changelog] This · Release Candidate 1 adds Fixes crash and updated documentation.