The Isircx command queries an IRCX chat server whether your client has IRCX mode enabled. Since non-IRCX chat servers may not respond to the Isircx command, use the Mode ISIRCX command before your client registers to find out if a chat server supports IRCX.
To enable the IRCX mode on your client, use the Ircx command.
When you issue the Isircx command, the return message appears in the following format:
State Version PackageList MaxMsg OptionList
The message is defined in the following table:
|State||Indicates whether the client has IRCX mode enabled (0 for disabled, 1 for enabled).|
|Version||The version of the IRCX protocol, starting at 0.|
|PackageList||A list of authentication packages supported by the chat server. The package name of "ANON" indicates that anonymous connections are permitted.|
|MaxMsg||Defines the maximum message size permitted. The standard is 512 KB.|
|OptionList||A list of options supported by the server; these are implementation-dependent. If no options are available, the asterisk (*) is used.|