The Tech blog I shall use to share a few tips and tricks I’ve accumulated over time that someone might find useful going over tips and tricks dealing with both enterprise and consumer products and software. If you enjoy my blog, feel free to shoot me an email!

Back in the day, an IRC Bouncer was an application that is hosted on a computer in which it keeps your connection to IRC. How it all works is that a computer will connect a client to IRC and when you want to connect to IRC, instead you use your IRC client to connect to the computer hosting your account in which you then see IRC. This way you can disconnect from the server computer while the server computer keeps you in IRC. This also comes with some cool features:

  • Logging chat while disconnected
  • Auto Away
  • Multiple client connections

Ipv4 has a limited amount of addresses available for internet devices to use, 4,294,967,296 to be exact. According to Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) which manages and issues said IP addresses around the world, we’ve now run out of them. However, this doesn’t mean we’ve run out of IP addresses. In our more modern, full-of-internet-attached-devices world, Ipv6 was born in 1998 far ahead of when we would run out. Due to this, we now have trillions of addresses available for each device to use and continue to be unique to each internet device. Instead of ipv4 which uses one byte