Mk, I have tried explaining this to the best of my ability....
Not all networks have ChanServ. They have other channel services.
If you need to register your channel with ChanServ, then use the command I posted earlier in this thread. If that doesn't work then you need to ask in the network's #Help channel for help with ChanServ. You can also try /chanserv help
or /msg chanserv help
You asked about Quakenet - Quakenet does NOT have a ChanServ, it has L and Q, also explained it previous posts.
You mentioned earlier something about jIRC. If you're having issues with java clients then we can't really help you, we're mIRC experts
- search www.google.com
for help with jIRC or whatever Java client you're using and see if they have documentation to help with this, OR look for contact details or a Forum.
I don't know what else to say to you, anything involving ChanServ or channel registration must be dealt with by the network's #Help channel - everything I can think of that this board can help you with has been covered already.