Safe Friendly Chat

You can have a chat room if you have a website or not - real time chat to add to your email, Facebook or Myspace page

Would you like a private, family, business or group chat room for your website with a private direct link to share with friends, family or business associates, Our chat rooms are open 24/7 and have a better than 99% uptime, you can connect via your broswer or with a chat client such as mIRC, unlike some chat servers you will have ops/moderator and chat ownership in your chat, you are able to have a private "with a key" or invite only chat room, and registered nick names,  our chat rooms are also protected from flooding and clones, we only allow 3 clones from any one IP, we run spoof protection so that the address you see is the true address of the person in your room, we also run abusive host banning, so that the ip's associated with abusive hosts are automatically banned. the server owner and IRC-operators are most always available. the cost of our chat rooms are $4.99 per year and and you can discontinue your subscription at any time. Due to the time involved in setting up your room and link there are no refunds. Your private link would look something like this

Click the link below to see a live chat

http://www.american-chat.net/chat-lobby.html

Supported Chat Protocols
• Commands defined by RFC 1459 standard (IRC)
• Commands defined by the extension to RFC 1459 referred to as Extensions to
the Internet Relay Chat Protocol (IRCX)


Client software tested for compatibility
• mIRC
• PIRCH
• Klient
• TurboIRC
• Microsoft Chat
• Microsoft V-Chat

Enter your Chat Room Name and Click the subscription button below

$4.99 per year

Chat Room Name

Sex, Racist, Hate, Porn Trading or any illegal content  chats are not welcome on our server and will be deleted without refund.

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How To - Fast Answers

Register a nick

Identify for a registered nick

Join a room

Leave a room

Create a room

Register a room

Change nicks while online

Handle a lost password

Report server related issues

Get a list of channels

"Op" someone

"De-op" someone

"Ignore" a user

"Un-Ignore" a user

"Kick" a user

"Silence" a user

"Un-Silence" a user

"Ban" a user

"Un-Ban" a user

Use the "Whois" command

Have member pics posted

Create a log file

View a user profile

Connect to NativeChat.Net

Connect directly to a room

Start a P2P Chat

Contact Us

When Using a Browser

When Using mIRC

Register a nick New Server click your nick, right click yoru nick then choose Change Nickname then type,                       /services register nickname passwordhere type, /nick nickname then type,                             /services register nickname passwordhere

Old Server The user should RIGHT mouse click their nick in the Members panel on the right side of the screen.  Select Member Profile on the panel that appears. They may now enter a password and click the Register button followed by the OK button to close the registration panel.

Type  /msg nickserv register nickhere passhere  and press the Enter key.  The user will put the nick name they wish to register in place of nickhere and the password they want to use in place of passhere

New Server                              Identify for a registered nick type, /pass passwordhere type,              /pass password    or build an aliase
Old Server Identify for a registered nick Enter the password in the popup box that appears on the screen when changing nicks online.  Enter the password in the login screen if the registered nick is used at the time the user connects. Type  /pass passhere  when the text prompt to identify appears in the Status window.  Substitute the correct password for passhere.
   
Join a room Click the Rooms tab at the top left section of the screen.  Scroll up or down to find the desired room.  Double click the room name. Type  /join #roomnanehere  in the text entry box at the bottom of any existing window and then press the Enter key.
Leave a room Click the Quit quit.gif (1183 bytes) icon in the upper left corner of the room window. Type  /part #roomnamehere in the text entry box at the bottom of any existing window and then press the Enter key.
Create a room Click the Rooms tab at the top left section of the screen.  Enter the name of the room to be created in the box at the bottom and click the CREATE button at the bottom left.  Select New Temporary Room when prompted. Type  /join #roomhanehere  in the text entry box at the bottom of any existing window and then press the Enter key.
Register a room In order to register a room the user doing so must have a registered nick.  Click the Rooms tab at the top left section of the screen.   Enter the name of the room to be created in the box at the bottom and click the CREATE button at the bottom left.  Select New Permanent Room at the prompt. Once in the room, click the Room Options room_options.gif (174 bytes) icon to set the room options, moderators, etc. Type  /msg chanserv register #roomnamehere in the text entry box at the bottom of the screen.  This will register the name does not already belong to another user.  Once in the room, Right mouse click the center of the room window, then LEFT click Channel Modes to access the room options control panel.
Change nicks while online To change nicks after connecting the user should first decide on a nick and them type  /nick namehere   followed by the Enter key.  The term namehere should be replaced with the nick name they want to use.
Handle a lost password If a user forgets their password contact a System Administrator via email and ask for the password to be "reset".  The Administrator will need the EXACT nickname and the users email address.  A reset password is exactly the same as the nickname (including case).  The user may then login and use the change password command to enter a new and more secure pass.  The security built into ChatSpace does not permit anyone - including Administrators - to view passwords.
Report server related issues If any server related issues (system is down, erratic behavior, users who evade bans, etc.) to a System Administrator.  Current administrators include MWolf, Shorty or dayden
Get a list of channels Click the Rooms tab in the upper left portion of the screen Type /list in the text box at the bottom of the Status window and press the Enter key.
"Op" someone In order to Op someone, you yourself must be Opped.give_moderator.gif (185 bytes) In order to Op someone, you yourself must be Opped.   To Op a user select their Nick from the Members list on the right of the screen by pointing at their Nick and clicking the RIGHT mouse button.  A panel will appear.   Select Control and then Op from the list that appears.
"De-op" someone In order to Op someone, you yourself must be Opped.give_moderator.gif (185 bytes) In order to De-Op someone, you yourself must be Opped.   To De-Op a user select their Nick from the Members list on the right of the screen by pointing at their Nick and clicking the RIGHT mouse button.  A panel will appear.   Select Control and then Deop from the list that appears.
"Ignore" a user to ignore a user click on the users nickname then click the button at the top Type  /ignore nickhere 3 is a "complete" ignore in the text entry box at the bottom of the window and press the Enter key.  Nickhere means the nick of the person you want to ignore.  Another method is to select the Nick you wish to ignore from the Members list on the right of the screen by pointing at their Nick and clicking the RIGHT mouse button.  A panel will appear.  Select Control and then Ignore from the list that appears.
"Un-Ignore" a user a user click the nick of the person youwant to ignore then click the To Un-Ignore a user type  /unignore nickhere  in the text entry box at the bottom of the window and hit the Enter key.  Another method is to select the Nick you wish to unignore from the Members list on the right of the screen by pointing at their Nick and clicking the RIGHT mouse button.  A panel will appear.  Select Control and then Unignore from the list that appears.
"Kick" a user In order to Kick someone you must be Opped. Use the mouse to point at the user you wish to Ban and click the LEFT mouse button once. A red outline will appear to show that they have been selected.  Now go to the top of the screen and point the mouse at theKick kick.gif (978 bytes)  icon and click once.   The user will be ejected from the room.  In order to Kick someone you must be Opped. To Kick a user out of the channel select their Nick from the Members list on the right of the screen by pointing at their Nick and clicking the RIGHT mouse button.  A panel will appear.   Select Control and then Kick from the list that appears.  You may also use Kick (why) which works the same but permits you to enter a short reason for your action.
"Silence" a user In order to Silence someone you must be Opped. quiet.gif (599 bytes) In order to Silence someone you must be Opped.  To Silence a user (stop then from talking to the channel)  select their Nick from the Members list on the right of the screen by pointing at their Nick and clicking the RIGHT mouse button.  A panel will appear.  Select Control and then Devoice from the list that appears.
Give or Take quiet Should a member become disruptive, you can remove the capability for his/her text to be seen in the room. to give or take quiet status, click on the members nick then right click on the members nick and click on give or take quiet status
 
Give or take quiet, someone you must be Opped.   To Un-Silence a user (allow them to speak to the channel) select their Nick from the Members list on the right of the screen by pointing at their Nick and clicking the RIGHT mouse button.  A panel will appear.  Select Control and then Voice from the list that appears.
"Ban" a user Use this function to view, add, or delete room bans,  you must be a moderator to use this functio  In order to Ban someone you must be Opped. To Ban a user (lock them out of the room) select their Nick from the Members list on the right of the screen by pointing at their Nick and clicking the RIGHT mouse button.  A panel will appear.  Select Control and then Ban from the list that appears.  You may also use Ban (why) which works the same but permits you to enter a short reason for your action.  Ban Kick ejects the user from the room and prevents their return.  Ban Kick (why) does likewise but permits you to give a reaso
"Un-Ban" a user View/Delete Room Bans – By using this function you will be able to view or delete any member bans on your system. use this button to View/Delete Room Bans   You must be opped to Un-Ban a user.  Point in the middle of the channel window and click the RIGHT mouse.  Select Channel Modes.   A panel will appear.  Select the banned user you wish to Un-Ban and click the Remove button.  Click OK to close the panel.
Use the "Whois" command While  /whois nickhere  will open a system window with results, it is usually mixed with a lot of other extraneous data.  Use the View User Profile command instead. Type  /whois nickhere  in the text box at the bottom of the window and hit the Enter key.  The results will appear in the Status window.
Have member pics posted Members who wish to have a pic or bio posted on the Members page of this web site should send their Nickname and picture to sysop@crnky.org along with any other information they want posted.  We do not accept pictures in poor taste or commercial advertisements.   Pics are normally posted within 1 week of being received.
Create a log file to create a log file while using the browser, right click in the screen and choose copy all, then go to start, accessories, notepad or word pad and right click in the pad window then choose past, then click on file save, and give the file a name. Click FILE then OPTIONS then LOGGING under the IRC heading.  Set the Automatically Log box to Both.  Then click OK to save the changes and exit the panel.
View a user profile Point at the users name in the Members List on the right side of the screen and click with the RIGHT mouse button.  Select Member Profile to view any information the user has entered. Point at the users name in the Members List on the right side of the screen and click with the RIGHT mouse button.  Select UCentral to view any information the user has entered.
Connect to NativeChat.Net Type http://www.NativeChat.Net into the browser address window and hit the Enter key. this connects you to our homepage, if you go to http://nativechat.net thsi will connect you directly to the chat page and #native-american Type /server NativeChat.Net into the text window and hit the  Enter key.
 Connect directly to a roomWhen someone connects to NativeChat.Net through the Java (web) interface they are automatically routed to the room #Native-American by the system.  If they wish to connect to a different room instead them they must tell their browser what room to connect to.  Normally a user connects by putting http://www.NativeChat.Net in their browser's address window.  To be routed to a specific channel they must include the channel or room name.  For example to connect to the room #test on connect they would enter http://www.NativeChat.Net/?room=test into the address window of their browser.  They may also use the same command format to create links to a specific room on a web site.  In mIRC users are not sent to a room on connect.  Instead they must specify the room they wish to visit once they are connected by using the Join command. Feature not available - User must enter the channel name after connecting.  See mIRC instructions for joining a channel.  (Note: Some scripts for mIRC support this feature but are generally not worth using due to security risks.)
Start a P2P Chat Double click the name of the user you wish to speak privately to in the Members list on the right side of the screen.  Alternately you may type   /msg nickhere   in the text entry box at the bottom of the window where nickhere is the name of the person you wish to speak to.

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