Chapter 1 Internet Express Version 6.6
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The Internet Express for Tru64 UNIX product is included with, and provides Internet capability for, HP Tru64 UNIX AlphaServer systems. It is a suite of popular Internet and administration software that includes security products, mail servers, news and chat servers, an LDAP directory server, a choice of Web servers, and a variety of tools for providing dynamic Web content. The Internet Express product, order number QB-3NCAA-SA (worldwide), includes:
The following components are new for Internet Express Version 6.6:
Table 1-1 lists the tar source files for the Internet Express Version 6.6 components.
Table 1-1 Open Source Software Source Files for Internet Components
Register your installation of Internet Express with HP to receive information on future releases and to provide input on Internet Express features. Complete the online registration form at the end of the installation procedure or at any time using the Administration utility.
You can purchase a support contract that will allow you to receive regular updates to the Internet Express administration software and the Open Source software packaged with the kit. See the QuickSpecs for kit order numbers. For more information about support contracts, contact your HP service representative.
HP provides application notes on various aspects of administering an Internet AlphaServer and on how to tune your Tru64 UNIX system to improve the performance of your Web server and news server at the following URL:
The Internet Express Administration utility, Internet Monitor, FireScreen, and LDAP Authentication Module for System Authentication are proprietary to, and embody the confidential technology of, Compaq Computer Corporation, a subsiduary of Hewlett-Packard Company. Use of this software is authorized only pursuant to a valid written license from Hewlett-Packard Company or an authorized distributor. See the QuickSpecs for details.
The Installation Guide explains how the installation process secures the system by initially restricting access to the Secure Web Server Administration utility and Internet Express Administration utility on port 8081. Access to this port is initially restricted to one local system only. See the Administration Guide for information on configuring access control.
You access the administration servers from a graphical Web browser. For Internet Express Version 6.1, use Netscape Communicator Version 4.5 or later, or Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 4.0 or later.