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Supernuker on Friday 26 August 2011 - 19:54:33 |Everyone welcome our new Europe based server, Tega.DE.EU.VoltFire.net, which has passed the trial phase. It's sponsored by Tegarte.com and is administrated by tYPe-R- and Koyott.
Jameson on Tuesday 05 July 2011 - 17:12:27 |We now have a new web chat client that you can utilize here: http://voltfire.net/chat/
The new web chat client is utilizing qwebirc which we believe to be much better than our original Mibbit chat client. qwebirc had many more added features and is much more versatile. Check it out!
If you liked the Mibbit client, you can still access it here: clicking here
Supernuker on Wednesday 08 June 2011 - 14:01:21 |Everyone welcome our new server, LanDiego.CA.US.VoltFire.net, which has passed the trial phase. It's sponsored by LanDiego.com and is administrated by Jameson.
Supernuker on Sunday 06 June 2010 - 16:42:29 |Update (Jun 7th, 14:43): We have also added a US only round robin, irc.us.voltfire.net.
After just over three months of testing, VoltFire has now officially added support for IPv6. While we hoped to have at least two servers with ipv6 support when we announced this, only one of our servers is ipv6 ready. There are plans for at least one more of our servers to have ipv6 support in the near future, so stay tuned.
You can connect to VoltFire using ipv6 by using our ipv6 round robin, ipv6.voltfire.net or by connecting to one of the ipv6 servers directly on our server page.
Which brings us to the second bit of news, the Server List page has been completely re-designed and updated with a new look. We think it presents the information in a much clearer and organized way. We hope you like it as much as we do.
Supernuker on Friday 23 April 2010 - 01:17:21 |Update (Apr 23rd, 10:47): The move has been completed and services are back online.
The server services is located on will be undergoing a server move to a new data center resulting in about a hour of downtime. While this move is scheduled within the next few days, the exact time it will occur is currently unknown. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Supernuker on Thursday 01 April 2010 - 14:21:50 |Have you ever wanted to see that pesky 12 year old g-lined? Are you itching to have one of your friends killed for no reason at all? VoltFire is pleased to announce the addition of a new service, just entering beta, AbuseServ!
Every hour your connected to the network, you will automatically receive 1 abuse credit. After you collect enough credits, you can spend them to have AbuseServ abuse the person of your choice! Below are the prices for each thing you can do with AbuseServ.
* Kill Someone - 25 Credits
* Gline Someone for 1 minute - 150 Credits
* Provide a custom message in your kill/gline - 5 Credits
* Remove your name from the message (Anonymous kill) - 20 Credits
* Kill/Gline a non-protected VoltFire staff member or Server Admin - +25 Credits to above price
Since AbuseServ is still in beta, only a few select users have been selected to help beta test it, and they have already been contacted. However, points are already being accumulated for everyone, so idle and start plotting who you wish to abuse! It won't be long before everyone can abuse their friends!
Supernuker on Sunday 28 February 2010 - 17:17:40 |Update (Jun 6th, 13:38): The testing has been completed and ipv6 has been added officially. (Click here for the news post)
The VoltFire Network has recently gained the ability to support ipv6. However, because we have not been able to thoroughly test ipv6 compatibility within the network, or with our services, we do not wish to blindly add support for ipv6 yet.
Instead of just ignoring IPv6 however, we have added a public test server at for users to connect using ipv6 and help test out everything. While we aren't officially supporting ipv6, our early tests show no known bugs or issues with it.
If your willing to connect and help test ipv6 compatibility on the network, then please connect to ipv6test.voltfire.net and report any bugs encountered at http://voltfire.net/cms/e107_plugins/forum/forum_viewtopic.php?76. Any questions, comments or anything else that isn't related to a bug should be taken to #ipv6 on the network.
Supernuker on Friday 26 February 2010 - 17:43:29 |Everyone welcome the new server, Pluto.CA.US.VoltFire.net to the network, which has just passed it's trial phase. It is administrated by one of our current Network Helpers, Nick.
Supernuker on Sunday 31 January 2010 - 17:28:39 |Update (Feb 6th, 19:54): Everything is now back online.
One of VoltFire's support servers will be going offline for maintenance on Feb 6th and may continue to be offline until Feb 7th. During this time, some of our support services, such as HostServ, will be offline. AuthServ, ChanServ, and the rest of our main services will not be affected.
Supernuker on Saturday 19 December 2009 - 14:58:39 |Everyone welcome the new server, Turbine.IL.US.VoltFire.net, which has just passed the trial phase. It is replacing Sphinx.CA.US.VoltFire.net after it went down last month and is administrated by the same admin as Sphinx, Crimson13.
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