You must have the system identification key and the host ID before you perform the following instructions. You can obtain the key and ID from your service provider. This key is used to generate an eeprom.image file.
Log in to the SSP as user ssp.
When prompted for the SUNW_HOSTNAME variable, use either the platform name or the name of an existing domain.
ssp% sys_id -h hostid -k key \ -f $SSPVAR/.ssp_private/eeprom_save/eeprom.image.domain_name
Where hostid is the number provided with the key in the form of 0X80A66xxx, key is the EEPROM key number, and domain_name is the host name of the domain.
All key and hostid numbers are case-sensitive and must be entered exactly as they are received.
ssp% sys_id -d -f $SSPVAR/.ssp_private/eeprom_save/eeprom.image.domain_name
ssp% sys_id -h 0x80a66e05 -k 49933C54C64C858CD4CF \ -f $SSPVAR/.ssp_private/eeprom_save/eeprom.image.domain_name ssp% sys_id -d -f $SSPVAR/.ssp_private/eeprom_save/eeprom.image.domain_name IDPROM in eeprom.image.domain_name Format = 0x01 Machine Type = 0x80 Ethernet Address = 0:0:be:a6:6e:5 Manufacturing Date = Wed Dec 31 16:00:00 1997 Serial number (machine ID) = 0xa66e05 Checksum = 0x3f