Every machine that uses UUCP must have an identifying name, often referred to as the node name. This is the name that appears in the remote machine's /etc/uucp/Systems file along with the chat script and other identifying information. Normally, UUCP uses the same node name as is returned by the uname -n command, which is also used by TCP/IP.
You can specify a UUCP node name independent of the TCP/IP host name by creating the /etc/uucp/Sysname file. The file has a one-line entry containing the UUCP node name for your system.