Before You Begin
Ensure that your role has the appropriate rights profiles to perform this procedure. See Using Rights Profiles to Install Oracle Solaris.
$ installadm list -v
If you created separate credentials for a specific SPARC client, include the client's MAC address in the command to obtain its client's security information. For example:
$ installadm list -ve aabbccddeeff
In the following example, the active hash key is based on the HMAC-SHA256 algorithm.
$ installadm list -vs ... Def Client FW Encr Key ........ 31c88df08c958972a4b0996910539a39 Def Client FW HMAC-SHA1 Key ... (inactive) 3789ec373712f89879c575643415b386564b0e51 Def Client FW HMAC-SHA256 Key . (active) ae956c3a41d02083ca40f6125fce994d5df4a3e5077f9996d6118dce5ac74fad HMAC Policy ................... HMAC-SHA256
Several options exist to access the OpenBoot prompt, such as typing the command init 0.
If the auto-boot? OpenBoot variable is set to false, rebooting the system also displays the ok prompt at the end of the boot process.
ok set-security-key wanboot-aes 31c88df08c958972a4b0996910539a39 ok set-security-key wanboot-hmac-sha256 \ ae956c3a41d02083ca40f6125fce994d5df4a3e5077f9996d6118dce5ac74fad
If the active security key is HMAC-SHA1, then you would use the appropriate command argument:
ok set-security-key wanboot-hmac-sha1 key