Question about Apple Power Mac G5 Desktop
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HughesNet/DirecWay/DirecPC uses a proxy server to speed up their service. If you later switch services to cable or DSL and neglect to remove the proxy, you will get no activity at all.
Here's how to remove the proxy:
Under the Apple menu, choose System Preferences. Choose Network. Choose Ethernet. Choose Proxies. (Sorry, I don't have 10.4 in front of me -- I'm trying to do this from memory and 10.5 is different -- so if one of these choices isn't immediately obvious, look around a little.) Choose Web Proxy. I am assuming you will see something entered in this slot. Erase it and uncheck the checkbox (if there is one). Hit OK, Accept, and all the other buttons necessary to get out of the Network subpanel. Now your browser should start working again.
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