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Hi again, I think it may also be know as a Netra T1 but not sure.
A brief Google search suggests that Network Associates may have acquired a bunch of systems and remanufactured and re-labelled them as their own product. That means it no longer would be a Sun system, but is a Network Associates' product.
If indeed it is a 1U formfactor as you described, then the closest comparable Sun system might be the Netra T1 105 (360MHz or possibly 440MHz cpu).
Go to Docs.Sun.Com and get the T1 105's documentation and see if you can make it work.
I hope you didn't pay very much - in fact almost nothing.
It's old and slow.
Solaris 8 would be about the newest OS that wouldn't burden it with overhead.
thanks that looks like it. I payed $20 for it. Out of curiosity how old would this unit be?
I've never used sun servers before so it will be a learning or probably a time wasting experience.
you should be able to look inside to find a number on the motherboard (usually 501XXXX)... if you google that, you should find out what board it is and what it came in...
the system became available in September 1999 and EOL November 2002