When a mac on my network runs on a proxy and a user tries to get to a

website, it tries to get to the auththentication page so they can
login.
However, the link redirects to http://www.servername.com/..... in
which
case it gets linked to an unknown host because www.servername.com
doesn't
exist. This problem doesn't occur on PC's because the machine login
through a client, and if i disable the single sgin on key, it still
works
in the browser, not sure why it doesn't work on MAC's. If I replace
the
www.servername.com with the internal ip, it works fine. So, I want to

replace the www.servername.com with the server's internal IP address,
so
it will look like this http://192.168.53.1/...... Where can I do this?
I
am running Netware 6 SP2 with BM 3.7 SP1 and have all the patches
applied
including the mac ssl patch. Thanks ahead of time.

-Bryan Rembold