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From: Guenter Millahn (Guenter.Millahn@Informatik.TU-Cottbus.DE)
Date: Wed Feb 02 2000 - 21:32:25 CST

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Thank you admins,

for your speedy responses to my query, especially
Stan Francis <scf@gimme.wwa.com>
Thomas Wardman <wardtj@uleth.ca>
cmc@shar.ernet.in (Ravi S K)
"Scott D. Yelich" <scott@scottyelich.com>
"Alfredo De Luca" <Alfredo.deLuca@systeam.it>
Casper Dik <casper@holland.sun.com>
Goodson Alex A <Alex.Goodson@astrazeneca.com>
"Satinder S Mangat" <mangat_satinder@jpmorgan.com>
Tim Fritz <tfritz1@tampabay.rr.com>
"Reichert, Alan" <aareichert@tasc.com>
Simon-Bernard Drolet <sbdrolet@M3iSystems.QC.CA>
John Malick <john@starinc.com>
Jim Blevins <jblevins@nlc.com>
"Kulp, Scott (Scott)** CTR **" <skulp@lucent.com>
Shawn Brown <shawbrow@cisco.com>
Jens Fischer <fischjns@ina.de>
Arshad Hussain <arshad@cdacb.ernet.in>
Buddy Lumpkin <blumpkin@home.net>

The answer is to press STOP-N while booting restores the default NVRAM
settings. My problem was the orig sun keyboard I tried to use was out
of order ;-(
I took another one, did the trick, and it worked.

Thanks again & best wishes,

My orig question was:
> accidentially the contents of the NVRAM values of an Ultra Enterprise 450
> server was lost. Also the settings for a serial console (old DEC VT220).
> Console settings are 9600,8,n,1 on Serial Port A. The Serial Ports are
> configured to RS-232, not RS-423.
> If I try to boot I only get one confusing line of Characters on my VT220
> ("ZZSSSIx.........") but no OBP prompt.
> Is it possible to restore the factory defaults of the NVRAM chip?


Dipl.-Ing. Guenter Millahn         Brandenburg University of Technology
Systems, Network & DB Admin        CS Dept / DB & IS Research Group
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