• English
  • עברית עברית
  • Français Français
  • Nederlands Nederlands
  • Suomi Suomi
  • Deutsch Deutsch
  • Svenska Svenska

Latest News

ESA Summer Online 2020

ESA Summer Online ESA Summer Online 2020 will be running in the place of ESA Summer, with ESA Summer postponed to October. ESA is a week-long event, with the primary goal of raising money for a charity. ESA Summer Online ...

Read the rest 0 comments

ESA Corona Relief

ESA Corona Relief ESA Corona Relief is a weekend online marathon that will feature speedrunners and score-attackers from all around the world. ESA Together will be ran in aid of the Save the Children Coronavirus Emergency Appeal. ESACR will run ...

Read the rest 0 comments

Corona Relief Done Quick

Corona Relief Done Quick GDQ will be holding an online marathon; Corona Relief Done Quick. One hundred percent of all CRDQ donations will go directly to Direct Relief, a humanitarian aid organization with a mission to improve the health and ...

Read the rest 0 comments

IPv6 Public Trial!

Posted by meeb on Thursday 01 August 2013

After a huge amount of work QuakeNet is pleased to announce our first public trial of IPv6 enabled servers. This means any users wishing to connect to QuakeNet using IPv6 can now do so directly. Please connect to our IPv6 server at:


This is also our first test of limiting connections sanely, in the past if you connect over 5 clients your IP would get a short ban from the network (disconnecting everyone on the same IP), this server will deny clients over 5 connections rather than ban everyone. We look forward to seeing all of our IPv6 enabled users connecting to QuakeNet natively!

If you have an existing trust group feel free to drop by in #help to have your IPv6 prefix added to it. Also, the trust request form will be upgraded shortly to support IPv6.

Please log in to post comments.
W00t \o/

Sorcerer said on Thursday 01 August 2013

Nice to see IPv6 starting to be supported (finally!). Having connections denied instead of banned is great! Good job QuakeNet.

GReaper said on Friday 02 August 2013

Why not using 2001:16d8:aaaa:2::ice:ice:babe instead of 2001:16d8:aaaa:2::1337?

DjHemmo said on Friday 02 August 2013

I meant 2001:16d8:aaaa:2::1ce:1ce:babe of course.

DjHemmo said on Friday 02 August 2013


Zantox said on Monday 12 August 2013

Great News ! Thank you !!

fred said on Thursday 31 October 2013

Still works like a charm. Awesome!

bashgeek said on Wednesday 08 January 2014