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Server name: discworld.starturtle.net (or by ip 22.214.171.124, old ip was 126.96.36.199) - port 4242
Backup link: disctemp.starturtle.net (or by ip 188.8.131.52) - port 23 or 4242
IRC channels #DiscworldMud on server irc.quakenet.org port 6667 and #Wharrgarbl on server taffyd.sydmud.com port 6667, and MSN / windows live chat group (name?) may be active for speculation and socialising while the mud is unavailable.
- A Discord channel is also available at:
EFNet Internet Relay Chat channel #DiscworldMUD
- connect with IRC client
- connect with web browser This may be the easiest way to join the group chat. Click on the link to the left. Type in your discworld name for Nickname instead of n00b###, and if it is not already listed as the channel, enter #DiscworldMUD. Click login and we can all commiserate together.
- connect via Mibbit
Should be accessible with disctemp.starturtle.net port 23.
...or if that isn't working for you: 184.108.40.206 port 23.
Alas, disctemp.starturtle.net (220.127.116.11) is not accessible for me. "operation timed out. unable to connect to remote host." (from new jersey usa) -- Jaceth.
The main address discworld.starturtle.net (18.104.22.168) is down for me, too, but the backup link disctemp.starturtle.net (22.214.171.124) works for me at 17:37 London time. -- Jeanie (talk) 12:37, 18 September 2020 (EDT)
There are several so called IPv6 brokers that can allow one to access the IPv6 network without having an IPv6 enabled internet connection. Some are free. Some require registration.
See the IPv6 page for information.