By the way, on sending http requests to www.foo.bar:80, I invariably get back[web location changed to protect the guilty].<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//IETF//DTD HTML 2.0//EN"> <HTML><HEAD> <TITLE>301 Moved Permanently</TITLE> </HEAD><BODY> <H1>Moved Permanently</H1> The document has moved <A HREF="http://www.foo.bar/baz/">here</A>.<P> </BODY></HTML>So what is the correct way of addressing the web server?
Correct answer: The correct way of addressing the web server is using a web browser. Or if you must use HTTP, try learning it first, or why not actually read what the response says.
Diplomatic answer: You have been redirected to /baz/ so just reconnect and ask for that instead.
Question 2: By the way, what is the name of the proxy server?
Answer: There is no `the' proxy server. Well, we do have one that works but hardly anyone needs to use it any more.
Question 3: So how does the firewall work?
On a related note:
Question A: Where is the script which controls which of the services in /etc/services are enabled?
Answer: if you don't know, you perhaps shouldn't be fiddling. . .
Question B: I note that chkconfig is not available on SunOS - is there an equivalent command?
Answer: now you certainly shouldn't be fiddling, as you don't even have the root password! (And by the way, no there isn't.)