This adds a server profile to your server list. This is not the server's name but a method of identifying a specific profile for your server. Use the set command to configure the rest of the server.
/as server ChatNow add
This is the first step to configuring a server profile. The name for the file can be anything, it is merely how you refer to the profile, but it is easiest if you user the server name the profile is for or something similar.
Deletes the entire server profile specified.
/as server ChatNow del
If a server has permanently left your network or you no longer wish to allow that server to connect to yours, then you should delete the profile. This is different from disable in that disable leaves the profile so it can be re-enabled, while delete would require you to recreate the entire profile to again link with that server.
The disable command disables a server profile without deleting the information.
/as server ChatNow DISABLE
This allows for temporarily disallowing a connection to a server without forcing you to recreate the entire profile when you once again want to allow the servers to link.
When a profile is added it will not become active until it is enabled. If it has become temporarily disabled, this command will reverse that.
/as server ChatNow enable
This is how you enable a profile that is ready to be used or ready to been previously disabled.
Lists all the current settings of the specified server profile.
/as server ChatNow list
This allows you to see all of the settings in the server profile.
This command set allows you to configure the different aspects of the server.
AUTO - Auto Connect value.
BINDIP - Bind your outbound connectioin to a specific IP address.
DISABLE - Disable the profile while saving the information.
ENABLE - Turn on the profile.
HOST - The IP address or hostname.
HUB - Define the server as a hub.
LEAF - Define the server as a leaf (default setting).
NAME - Set the actual server name.
OPERHOST - Set the actual server name.
PING - Set the ping frequency.
PORT - Set the port to connect to.
SECURE - Make an SSL Outbound Connection.
SECUREONLY - Only allow an SSL Outbound Connection.
SERIAL - Set the connecting servers serial number.
STRICT - Set the address that you expect the server to connect from.
/as help server <topic>