RFC2812 Numerics

 
RFC 2812 Numerics IRC Internet Relay Chat
Hier eine kleine Auflistung sämtlicher "Numerics" der RFC2812 und ihre
Formate.
Wer einen IRC-Bot; IRC-Client oder sonstiges für den Internet Relay Chat programmiert, muß diese Numerics früher oder später mal gebrauchen.
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Name   Format Comments
001 RPL_WELCOME   Welcome to the Internet Relay Network <nick>!<user>@<host> - The server sends Replies 001 to 004 to a user upon successful registration.
002 RPL_YOURHOST   Your host is <servername>, running version <ver> - The server sends Replies 001 to 004 to a user upon successful registration.
003 RPL_CREATED   This server was created <date> - The server sends Replies 001 to 004 to a user upon successful registration.
004 RPL_MYINFO   <servername> <version> <available user modes> <available channel modes> - The server sends Replies 001 to 004 to a user upon successful registration.
005 RPL_BOUNCE   Try server <server name>, port <port number> - Sent by the server to a user to suggest an alternative server. This is often used when the connection is refused because the server is already full.
200 RPL_TRACELINK   Link <version & debug level> <destination> <next server> V<protocol version> <link uptime in seconds> <backstream sendq> <upstre - The RPL_TRACE* are all returned by the server in response to the TRACE message. How many are returned is dependent on the TRACE message and whether it was sent by an operator or not. There is no predefined order for which occurs first. RPL_TRACELINK is sent by any server which handles a TRACE message and has to pass it on to another server. The list of RPL_TRACELINKs sent in response to a TRACE command traversing the IRC network should reflect the actual connectivity of the servers themselves along that path.
201 RPL_TRACECONNECTING   Try. <class> <server> - The RPL_TRACE* are all returned by the server in response to the TRACE message. How many are returned is dependent on the TRACE message and whether it was sent by an operator or not. There is no predefined order for which occurs first. Replies RPL_TRACEUNKNOWN,