Date Added:Feb. 24, 2002
Downloads Last Week:3
This program appears to work to a certain degree. Connection is solid via any IRC client proxied to LocalHost Port 50.
Without proper documentation, it's impossible to configure properly. I have yet to get it to detect other than the Default IP on any IRC client, although there must be way. Keep posted.
Very simple interface. Easy to learn.
Couldn't keep a connection via mIRC. *shrug* Maybe you'll have better luck.
Useful once you get the hang of it
Reply by BigDAS on September 19, 2006
How did you get it working?
this thing is v hard to us eand i dont know how to work it!
Worked very well. Was easy to set up and took very little time. Just connect to it like a regular IRC server. Very nice.
ProBNC works well, I experienced no problems using it under WinXP. The bouncer is pretty easy to use, but a readme file would have been handy in the beginning. I found this better than its competitors on this site. Only thing I missed was a possibility to force the bouncer to remain connected to the server to keep a nick. Hopefully this will be added if we see a new version of this bouncer coming. Anyway, excellent work.
This is NOT an IRC client. It is simply a proxy or "bouncer" which allows you to run a proxy on your machine so yu can connect to IRC from a firewalled machine elsewhere.
I use this program to connect to IRC from college - easy to use ONCE YOU'VE FIGURED OUT HOW and very fast and stable. Excellent.
This is a "bouncer" .. get it ? Am behind a firewall that blocks my irc ports.. so i install this ata "freinds" and i can "bounce" off him to connect to irc
This is the best IRC bouncer. just type /server
stupid thing.. don't get it.. it doesnt come wif a help file and da user has to figure out how to use it.. it'z dumb, realli.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.probnc.com|
|Release Date||February 24, 2002|
|Date Added||February 24, 2002|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||3|