Brian, can you forward a prtconf -pv from the machine in question?  That 
device ID looks suspiciously like a subsystem ID.

See my treatise on IDs at
http://blogs.sun.com/roller/page/dmick/20050614#title_pci_device_identification_and

Brian Y Wong wrote:
> i was having trouble getting opensolaris to see my Intel Pro/100 VE device.  
> looked through some forums, and found that i should try adding an entry to 
> /boot/solaris/devicedb/master and /etc/device_aliases.
> 
> added the following line to /boot/solaris/devicedb/master:
> 
> pci8086,3020 pci8086,3020 net pci iprb.bef "Intel Pro/100 VE Ethernet"
> 
> and the following line to /etc/driver_aliases:
> 
> iprb "pci8086,3020"
> 
> after doing this ran a devfsadm -C and prtconf was able to associate the 
> probed pci8086,3020 device (the Intel Pro/100 VE Ethernet device) with the 
> iprb driver.
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