The default settings are 9600 baud, 8N1 (eight data bits, no parity, one stop bit), disable flow control.
On a client running Oracle Solaris OS, type:
$tip -9600 /dev/ttya
On a client running Windows, start a program such as Hyperterminal.
On a client running Linux, start a program such as Minicom, a text-based serial communication program that is included in the Linux distributions. For more information, see the man pages included in the Linux distribution.
login: root password: changeme
The SP is now configured to connect to the console.
POST messages appear on your screen as the OS boots up.
The screens that are displayed vary, depending on the method that you chose for assigning network information to the server (DHCP or static IP address).
After you have entered the system-configuration information, the server completes the boot process and displays the Oracle Solaris login prompt.
You can access the Oracle Solaris OS user documentation at: