I started getting these annoying errors on the console from the the V445 I am building, they log about once every couple of minutes:
SC Alert: DHCP negotiation failed, perhaps misconfigured or no DHCP server available
Searching for an answer you don’t get very much. But reading up on the ALOM that ships with the Sun Fire V445, I found the following:
All initial configuration must [be] done through the serial management port on the Sun Fire V210, V240, V250, and V440 servers and Netra 210, 240, 440 servers. Some servers (Sun Fire V215, V245, and V445) support DHCP by default on the network management port. These servers can be configured from the serial management port or network management port, if the attached subnet has a DHCP server. The default network configuration allows a Secure Shell session to be started.
So starting with the Sun Fire V215, V245, and V445 servers, it tries to associate with a DHCP server. If you are not currently using this feature you probably want to turn it off. So here is what you do.