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Your desktop and the internet don't belong in the same security context anyhow. Since you're using an HP, I assume you're running HP/UX; you probably just need to configure the Network Manager you've selected, typically using Tivoli Access Manager.
What exactly did you want to do to the internet, anyhow? You can often just log into a root domain proxy and accomplish a lot from there.
Otherwise, you need to know what you're doing first. Go to school.
Posted on May 30, 2008
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