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Could some one let me know, how I could change the IP address of my SUN Workstation running Solaris 2.5.1
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The default startup files will use the IP address specified for your hostname in the /etc/hosts file to set the IP address using the ifconfig command.  Unless you have modified these files, that simple change should do it.
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