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* Only allow users that are listed in <code>/cs access #chan list</code> (most secure):
 
* Only allow users that are listed in <code>/cs access #chan list</code> (most secure):
  /cs set #chan restricted on
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  /cs set set restricted #chan ON
 
** see /cs help set restricted
 
** see /cs help set restricted
 
** see /cs help access and [[Xop]]
 
** see /cs help access and [[Xop]]
  
Be aware that the following methods don't protect empty channels, see also <code>/cs help set mlock</code> .
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Be aware that the following methods don't protect empty channels, see also <code>/cs help set KEEPMODES</code> .
  
 
* Set a channel key ("password"):
 
* Set a channel key ("password"):

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To prevent random people from joining your room there are several possibilities:

  • Only allow users that are listed in /cs access #chan list (most secure):
/cs set set restricted #chan ON
    • see /cs help set restricted
    • see /cs help access and Xop

Be aware that the following methods don't protect empty channels, see also /cs help set KEEPMODES .

  • Set a channel key ("password"):

type /mode #chann +k key. You'll want this key to be different to the password you set when registering your channel. If people want to join your channel, they must type /join #chan key (or you must have &promptChannelKey=1 in the URL of your widget). If this is not persistent for you, type /cs set #channel_name mlock +k[other modes here] key

  • Make the channel "invite only"