How do I IDENTIFY myself with NickServ?
Identifying yourself with NickServ
You’ll need to log in to your account each time you connect to IRC4Fun.
The simplest, and most efficient, way to do this is to configure SASL, if your client supports it. If not, you can supply your login details, in the form
<account>:<password>, as a server password and they will be forwarded to NickServ when you finish connecting. For example:
/connect irc.IRC4Fun.net 6667 YourNick:YourPassword
If you are already connected to the network and do not wish to reconnect to log in, you can manually identify:
/msg NickServ IDENTIFY YourNick YourPassword
You can manually identify using a secure alias (shortcut):
/NS IDENTIFY YourNick YourPassword
If you connect to IRC4Fun using SSL and have your irc client setup with a TLS certificate, you can have Services recognize you automatically as an alternative to password based authentication.
Add your fingerprint to NickServ
You can then check whether you have a fingerprint by using
/WHOIS on yourself:
/WHOIS YourOwnNick ... YourOwnNick has TLS (SSL) client certificate fingerprint 959c0bdfa9877d3466c5848f55264f72f132c657b002b79fda65dbe36c67f4bb3d2a3e2e9925cb5896a53c76169c5bb71b7853bd90192068dc77f4b20159a1d8 ...
To allow NickServ to recognize you based on your certificate, you need to add the fingerprint to your account (you will need to log in by other means in order to do so).
You can then authorize your current certificate fingerprint:
/msg NickServ CERT ADD
In the future, any connections you make to IRC4Fun with your certificate will be logged into your account automatically.