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IN60 diode

Abstract: IN60 diode IN60 equivalent diode for diode IN34 Hitachi DSA002788 RFS TM3
Text: HA12188AF Pre-Amplifier and Servo IC for Quadruple-Speed CD-ROM ADE-207-183 Z 1st Edition Description The typical values of built-in capacitances in this IC are reduced 10% compared with those in IC HA12188F. The values of Electrical Characteristics of this IC are same as those of IC HA12188F.


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DSA003635

Abstract: 496k S43 Package s60 39 HA12188AF HA12188F K21850 transistor s43
Text: HA12188AF Pre-Amplifier and Servo IC for Quadruple-Speed CD-ROM ADE-207-183 Z 1st. Edition October 1995 Description The typical values of built-in capacitances in this IC are reduced 10% compared with those in IC HA12188F. The values of Electrical Characteristics of this IC are same as those of IC HA12188F.


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IN60 diode

Abstract: equivalent diode for diode IN60 in60 hitec servo Hitachi DSA00480 Photodiode and amplifier IC for CD Laser pickup 11t 36 HA12188F HA12188AF s56 diode
Text: HA12188AF Pre-Amplifier and Servo IC for Quadruple-Speed CD-ROM ADE-207-183 Z 1st. Edition October 1995 Description The typical values of built-in capacitances in this IC are reduced 10% compared with those in IC HA12188F. The values of Electrical Characteristics of this IC are same as those of IC HA12188F.


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COBRA5272

Abstract: sentec tp 0401 ATMEL 0613 M95P08 ATMEL 0619 K4S641632 M95P080 TP0401 K12 sot 23-5
Text: 5 4 3 2 1 COBRA5272 Module R1.0 D D CON0301BCON0301A IC 0204 Reset-LED D[31:24] BDM-Interface Reset-Key Driver /RST IC 0701 IC 0704 Reset IC 0203 optional D[23:16] EEPROM Driver Test-LED PortA (16Bit) Data[31:0] PortB (8Bit) Addr[22:0] IC 0202 D[15:8] Driver


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LC749402

Abstract: LC749402BG LCD Tcon 18BIT a1618 ycbcr 16bit 8bit
Text: Ordering number : ENA1618 CMOS IC LC749402BG Silicon gate LCD Picture Quality Improvement IC Overview LC749402BG is a picture quality improvement IC that processes the output signals to the LCD panel for high picture quality display. This IC performs various picture quality adjustments to provide the ideal correction for the display panel.


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LC749402BG

Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: Ordering number : ENA1618 CMOS IC LC749402BG Silicon gate LCD Picture Quality Improvement IC Overview LC749402BG is a picture quality improvement IC that processes the output signals to the LCD panel for high picture quality display. This IC performs various picture quality adjustments to provide the ideal correction for the display panel.


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LC749402BG

Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: Ordering number : ENA1618 CMOS IC LC749402BG Silicon gate LCD Picture Quality Improvement IC Overview LC749402BG is a picture quality improvement IC that processes the output signals to the LCD panel for high picture quality display. This IC performs various picture quality adjustments to provide the ideal correction for the display panel.


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Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: Ordering number : ENA1618 CMOS IC LC749402BG Silicon gate LCD Picture Quality Improvement IC Overview LC749402BG is a picture quality improvement IC that processes the output signals to the LCD panel for high picture quality display. This IC performs various picture quality adjustments to provide the ideal correction for the display panel.


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LC749402BG D

Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: Ordering number : ENA1618LC749402BG CMOS IC Silicon gate LCD Picture Quality Improvement IC http://onsemi.com Overview LC749402BG is a picture quality improvement IC that processes the output signals to the LCD panel for high picture quality display. This IC performs various picture quality adjustments to provide the ideal correction for the display


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BD46E475

Abstract: BD45E315
Text: Datasheet Voltage Detector IC Series Counter Timer Built-in CMOS Voltage Detector IC BD45Exxxx series BD46Exxxx series Key Specifications ̈ Detection voltage: General Description ROHM’s BD45Exxxx and BD46Exxxx series are highly accurate, low current consumption Voltage Detector IC


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ramp generator

Abstract: A8313 tda smps TDA 2525 function Wave Generator sawtooth tda ic 20/TDA 4716 C tda power amplifier circuit diagram TDA input amplifiers TDA 4716 C
Text: TDA 4714 C TDA 4716 C IC for Switched-Mode Power Supplies SMPS Bipolar IC Features ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Push-pull outputs (open collector) Double pulse suppression Dynamic current limitation Overvoltage protection IC undervoltage protection


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A 4714 8 PIN

Abstract: TDA 2525 ramp generator TDA 4716 C TDA 120 IC tda 2525 A8313 TDA 120 t dip-16-1 tda power amplifier circuit diagram
Text: TDA 4714 C TDA 4716 C IC for Switched-Mode Power Supplies SMPS Bipolar IC Features ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Push-pull outputs (open collector) Double pulse suppression Dynamic current limitation Overvoltage protection IC undervoltage protection


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BD46E475

Abstract: BD45E315
Text: Datasheet Voltage Detector IC Series Counter Timer Built-in CMOS Voltage Detector IC BD45Exxxx-M series BD46Exxxx-M series ●General Description ROHM’s BD45Exxxx-M and BD46Exxxx-M series are highly accurate, low current consumption Voltage Detector IC series. Because the counter timer delay


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BD46E475

Abstract: BD45E315
Text: Datasheet Voltage Detector IC Series Counter Timer Built-in CMOS Voltage Detector IC BD45Exxxx-M series BD46Exxxx-M series ●General Description ROHM’s BD45Exxxx-M and BD46Exxxx-M series are highly accurate, low current consumption Voltage Detector IC series. Because the counter timer delay


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ML7051LA

Abstract: MA10 MA12 MA15 ML7050LA PLL 2400 MHZ
Text: FEDL7051LA-02 1Semiconductor ML7051LA This version: Sept. 2000 Bluetooth Baseband Controller IC GENERAL DESCRIPTION The ML7051LA is a CMOS digital IC for use in 2.4 GHz band Bluetooth systems. This IC incorporates the ARM7TDMI as the CPU core, features a highly expandable architecture, and supports the interfaces for a variety


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Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: IC S2407 IC S2409 IC S2419 IC S2439 _ _ Integrated Circuit Systems, Inc. Dual-PLL M oth erbo ard Frequency G enerator Description Features This ICS family of motherboard frequency generators all stem from the same basic design. They are dual-PLL phase-locked


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S2419

Abstract: motherboard ic list
Text: IC S2407 IC S2409 IC S2419 IC S2439 Integrated Circuit Systems, Inc. Dual-PLL Motherboard Frequency Generator Description Features This ICS family of motherboard frequency generators all stem from the same basic design. They are dual-PLL phase-locked loop clock generators specifically designed for motherboard


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BA1407AF

Abstract: BA1407 BA1407AL
Text: BA1407AL/BA1407AF RA1dn7AL BA1407AF ic j y Multiplex Demodulator IC • BA1407AL l i , K7 * - $ > ? ' ZIP18pin ii, Dimensions U n it: mm IC T '-T c (BA1407AF S 0p 2 0 p in ) S U B i l ^ O F M a iH ia 3 ^ •< x i m i z f in T l'it o i t , X . T t '- 5 t » l C


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BA6470FP

Abstract: CSB460E 662R oscillator 460.8kHz hy75 BA647
Text: R OH M CO LTD 4DE D T flZ flW 0004067 OA ESiSffl IC /IC s for OA Applications B & 4 7 © P IP FDD 7.\d> K J U i - ibtfflmffmztti ‘j s t„ ic H iR H fl BA6470FP FDD K7<A Motor Driver for FDD Spindle • BA6470FP i, 1 2 S g liffltC g flS I £ \t'iil2/D im ensions (Unit : mm


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BA6351S

Abstract: BA6351 BA6350S
Text: ROHM CO LTD MDE D WL T flE a W 000423b — t < tfffl IC /IC s for Audio Applications CD 7 ° U ' - Jv m T - f □ 3 E iR H fl BA6351S # IC T -7 7 -2 . Analog Servo IC for CD Players BA6351S l i , IC T ' t o h r < I 3 > A ' 7 h x - f 7 , 0 • 7 l ' - J? < r ) \ d " j ' 7 T “j y y


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S1522

Abstract: lg led tv internal block diagram
Text: IC S 1522 Integrated Circuit Systems, Inc. User-Programmable Video Clock Generator/ Line-Locked Clock Regenerator Description Features The IC S1522 is a very high performance monolithic phaselocked loop PLL frequency synthesizer. Utilizing ICS’s advanced CMOS mixed-mode technology, the IC S1522 pro­


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fm antenna diversity

Abstract: 114KHz fm diversity KIA2054AF
Text: SEMICONDUCTOR KIA2039FN T E C H N IC A L D A T A b ip o la r lin e a r in t e g r a t e d c ir c u it FM ANTENNA DIVERSITY IC The KIA2039FN is a antenna-switch type FM Antenna diversity IC developed for use in car tuners. For diversity, all you need is this IC.


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VCO TX 09 H2

Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: Tem ic U2901B S e m i c o n d u c t o r s Bluetooth Single-Chip Transceiver IC Description The U2901B is a bipolar intergrated circuit manufactured using TEMIC Semiconductors’ advanced UHF process. This IC includes a transceiver for the 2.45 GHz ISM band


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Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: PDSP16330/A/B

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Backing Up Partition Objects to a G7-based Backup HSM

The following topics describe how to configure and use the G7-based SafeNet Luna Backup HSM to backup and restore the cryptographic objects in your user partitions:

>Overview and Key Concepts

>Initializing a G7-based Backup HSM

>Backing Up the Objects in a Partition

>Restoring the Objects from a Backup

Overview and Key Concepts

A Crypto Officer (CO) can use the backup HSM to backup the objects in any partition they can log in to using LunaCM, provided that:

>The user partition and the backup HSM share the same domain.

>The user partition and the backup HSM use the same authentication method (PED or password).

> The CO has the required credentials on the backup HSM.

Backups are created and stored as partitions within the Admin partition on the backup HSM. When you connect the backup HSM to the Luna client workstation, the backup HSM Admin partition is added to the slots listed in LunaCM, allowing you to clone objects between the <source> user partition and the <target> backup partition.

NOTE   It is recommended that you develop and maintain a comprehensive backup strategy. See Backup and Restore Best Practices for more information.

Credentials Required to Perform Backup and Restore Operations

You require the following credentials to perform backup/restore operations:

<source> User HSMRemote PED (orange) key. Required for PED-authenticated backups only, to establish a remote PED connection to the HSM that hosts the <source> user partition.
<source> User Partition

Crypto Officer (CO). Required to access the objects in the <source> user partition that will be backed up.

Domain. Required to allow objects to be cloned between the <source> user partition and <target> backup partition. The domains for the <source> user partition and <target> backup partition must match, otherwise the backup will fail.

<target> Backup HSM

HSM Security Officer (SO). Required to create or access the <target> backup partition in the Admin slot, where all backups are archived.

Remote PED (orange) key. Required for PED-authenticated backups only, to establish a remote PED connection to the HSM that hosts the <target> backup partition.

Note: You create new credentials for both roles on HSM initialization, and use them for subsequent backups to the <target> backup HSM.

<target> Backup Partition

Partition owner (PSO). Required to access the <target> backup partition.

Crypto Officer (CO). Required to access the objects in the <target> backup partition.

Note: You create new credentials for both roles on the initial backup, and use them for subsequent backups to the <target> backup partition.

Client Software Required to Perform Backup and Restore Operations

You must install the Luna Client software and USB driver for the backup HSM on the workstation you intend to use to perform backup and restore operations. See the release notes for supported versions and operating systems, and refer to SafeNet Luna HSM Client Software Installation for detailed installation instructions.

NOTE   Ensure that the backup HSM is not connected to the Luna Client workstation when you install or uninstall the client software. Failure to do so may result in the backup HSM becoming unresponsive.

When you install the client software, you must select the following options:

>The USB option. This installs the driver for the backup HSM.

>The Network and/or PCIe options, depending on which type of HSM you intend to backup.

>The Remote PED option, if you want to backup PED-authenticated partitions. Note that you can install and use a remote PED on the same workstation used to host the backup HSM, or on a different workstation. The remote PED is supported on Windows only.

NOTE   You do not require the Backup option, as it installs components such as RBS that apply only to the G5-based backup HSM.

For example, the following installation allows you to backup PED-authenticated Network HSM partitions to the backup HSM.

Initializing a G7-based Backup HSM

You must initialize the backup HSM prior to first use. Initialization does the following:

>Recovers the HSM from Secure Transit Mode (STM). STM allows you to verify that the HSM was not tampered in transit. All new HSMs are shipped from the factory in Secure Transport Mode.

>Creates the orange (Remote PED vector) key for the backup HSM (PED-authenticated HSMs only). You create the orange key using a one-time, password-secured connection between the PED and the backup HSM. You then use this orange key to secure all subsequent connections between the PED and the backup HSM.

>Sets the authentication mode of the HSM. PED-authenticated backup HSMs can backup PED-authenticated partitions. Password-authenticated backup HSMs can backup password-authenticated partitions.

>Sets the security domain of the HSM. You can only backup partitions that share the same domain as the backup HSM.

>Creates the HSM SO role on the HSM (see HSM Roles and Procedures.) This role is required to create or modify a backup partition, and must be logged in to perform a backup.

The procedure is different for PED-authenticated and password-authenticated backups, as detailed in the following sections:

>Initializing a PED-Authenticated HSM

>Initializing a Password-Authenticated HSM

Initializing a PED-Authenticated HSM

Initializing your backup HSM as PED authenticated allows you to backup PED-authenticated partitions.

Summary

To initialize a PED-authenticated HSM you connect it and a remote PED (using a USB or network connection) to a Luna Client workstation, and performing the following tasks:

>Recover the HSM from Secure Transport Mode.

>Create the orange (Remote PED vector) key for the backup HSM.

>Initialize the HSM to set the authentication mode (PED) and HSM domain, and create the HSM SO PED key.

Prerequisites

Before beginning, ensure that you are familiar with the concepts in PED Authentication. You will need the following PED keys:

>A blank orange (PED vector) PED key, plus the number required to create duplicate PED keys as necessary.

>N number of black (HSM SO) PED keys, as defined by the M of N scheme you choose for the HSM SO role, plus the number required to create duplicate PED keys as necessary.

>An existing red (Domain) PED key for the cloning domain of the partitions you want to backup to the HSM. You can also insert a blank red (Domain) PED key if you want to create a new domain for the HSM (although you won't be able to backup any existing partitions if you do).

To initialize a PED-authenticated Backup HSM

1.Configure your Luna Client workstation using one of the following configurations:

a.Install the required client software on the Luna Client workstation. See Client Software Required to Perform Backup and Restore Operations for details.

b.Connect the backup HSM directly to the Luna Client workstation using the included USB cable.

NOTE   On most workstations, the USB connection provides adequate power to the backup HSM and it will begin the boot sequence. If you are using a low-power workstation, such as a netbook, the USB connection may not provide adequate power, in which case you will also need to connect the external power supply.

c.Connect the PED to the Luna Client workstation used to host the remote PED, using the PED USB cable.

NOTE   You connect to the remote PED using the IP address of the workstation used to host the PED. This can be the same workstation that hosts the user and backup partition slots, or a different workstation. The workstation used to host the PED must be running pedServer.

2.Use pedserver mode start to start the pedServer service on the workstation used to host the remote PED.

3.Launch LunaCM on the workstation that hosts the user and backup partition slots.

4.Use stm recover-randomuserstring <string> to recover the HSM from Secure Transport Mode. See Secure Transport Mode for more information.

5. Use slot set-slot <slot_id> to select the slot assigned to the backup HSM Admin partition.

lunacm:> slot list Slot Id -> 2Tunnel Slot Id -> 2Label -> USER_PARTITIONSerial Number -> 349297122736Model -> Luna K7Firmware Version -> 7.0.1Configuration -> Luna User Partition (PED)Slot Description -> User Token Slot Slot Id -> 3Tunnel Slot Id -> 2Label -> PCIe_HSMSerial Number -> 150022Model -> Luna K7Firmware Version -> 7.0.1Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PED)Slot Description -> Admin Token SlotHSM Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PED) Slot Id -> 3Label -> Serial Number -> 7000329Model -> Luna G7Firmware Version -> 7.3.1Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PED) Backup ModeSlot Description -> Net Admin Token Slot Current Slot ID: 2 lunacm > slot set -slot 3 

6.Use ped connect-pwd to connect to the Luna Client workstation that hosts the PED. If defaults are not ped set, specify an IP address (and port if required; 1503 is default).

LunaCM generates and displays a one-time password that is used to set up a secure channel between the backup HSM and the PED, allowing you to securely initialize the orange (Remote PED Vector) key. Enter the displayed password on the PED when prompted to complete setup of the secure channel.

lunacm:> ped connect -pwd -ip 123.45.6.7 Please attend to the PED and enter following password: 94485995 

7.Use ped vectorinit to create an orange (Remote PED vector) key for the backup HSM. The PED vector key is required for subsequent PED-authenticated sessions to the HSM. Ensure that you label any new PED keys that you create during this process.

8.Use ped disconnect to tear down the one-time, password-protected secure channel between the backup HSM and the PED you used to create the orange (Remote PED vector) key.

You are prompted to enter the one-time password that was generated when you performed the ped connect. Enter the password and press Enter to proceed.

9.Use ped connect to set up a new secure channel between the backup HSM and the PED. If defaults are not ped set, specify an IP address (and port if required; 1503 is default). You are prompted to insert the orange PED key you created in step 7.

10.Use hsm init-iped-label <label> to initialize the selected backup HSM in PED-authenticated mode. You are prompted by the PED for the red Domain key(s) (existing or new) and black HSM SO key(s) (new). Respond to the PED prompts and insert and set the PINs on the required keys when requested. Ensure that you label any new PED keys that you create during this process.

lunacm:> hsm init -iped -label USB_BACKUP_HSM_G7 

11.Use the Duplicate function on the PED to create and label duplicates of the new PED keys, as required. See Duplicating Existing PED Keys for details.

12.Use ped disconnect to disconnect the PED when done.

Initializing a Password-Authenticated HSM

Initializing your backup HSM as password-authenticated allows you to backup password-authenticated partitions.

Summary

To initialize a password-authenticated HSM you connect it to a Luna Client workstation and perform the following tasks:

>Recover the HSM from Secure Transport Mode.

>Initialize the HSM to set the authentication mode (password), the HSM domain, and the initial password for the HSM SO role.

Prerequisites

Before beginning, ensure that you have the following:

>The password for the cloning domain of the partitions you want to backup to the HSM. You can also enter a new password to create a new domain for the HSM (although you won't be able to backup any existing partitions if you do).

To initialize a password-authenticated HSM

1.Configure your Luna Client workstation as illustrated below:

a.Install the required client software on the Luna Client workstation. See Client Software Required to Perform Backup and Restore Operations for details.

b.Connect the backup HSM directly to the Luna Client workstation using the included USB cable.

NOTE   On most workstations, the USB connection provides adequate power to the backup HSM and it will begin the boot sequence. If you are using a low-power workstation, such as a netbook, the USB connection may not provide adequate power, in which case you will also need to connect the external power supply.

2.Launch LunaCM on the workstation that hosts the user and backup partition slots.

3.Use stm recover to recover the HSM from Secure Transport Mode. See Secure Transport Mode for more information.

4.Use slot set-slot <slot_id> to select the slot assigned to the backup HSM Admin partition.

lunacm:> slot list Slot Id -> 2Tunnel Slot Id -> 2Label -> USER_PARTITIONSerial Number -> 349297122736Model -> Luna K7Firmware Version -> 7.0.1Configuration -> Luna User Partition (PED)Slot Description -> User Token Slot Slot Id -> 3Tunnel Slot Id -> 2Label -> PCIe_HSMSerial Number -> 150022Model -> Luna K7Firmware Version -> 7.0.1Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PED)Slot Description -> Admin Token SlotHSM Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PED) Slot Id -> 3Label -> Serial Number -> 7000329Model -> Luna G7Firmware Version -> 7.3.1Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PED) Backup ModeSlot Description -> Net Admin Token Slot Current Slot ID: 2 lunacm > slot set -slot 3 

5.Use hsm init-ipwd-label <label> to initialize the selected backup HSM in password-authenticated mode. You are prompted for the new HSM SO password and the HSM domain string (existing or new).

lunacm:> hsm init -ipwd -label USB_BACKUP_HSM_G7 Please enter a password for the HSM Administrator:> ******** Please re-enter password to confirm:> ******** Please enter a cloning domain to use for initializing this HSM:> ********* Please re-enter cloning domain to confirm:> ********* CAUTION: Are you sure you wish to initialize this HSM? Type 'proceed' to initialize the HSM, or 'quit'to quit now.> proceed 'hsm init' successful.

Backing Up the Objects in a Partition

To perform a backup, you connect the backup HSM to the Luna Client workstation that hosts the slot for the partition you want to backup, and run the LunaCM partition archive backup command. Backups are created and stored as partitions within the Admin partition on the backup HSM.

A new backup partition is created on initial backup. For subsequent backups, you can choose to replace the contents of the existing <target> backup partition with the current <source> user partition objects, or append new objects in the <source> user partition to the existing <target> backup partition.

The procedure is different for PED-authenticated and password-authenticated backups, as detailed in the following sections:

>Backing Up a PED-Authenticated Partition

>Backing Up a Password-Authenticated Partition

Backing Up a PED-Authenticated Partition

You require a PED-authenticated backup HSM to backup a PED-authenticated user partition.

Summary

To perform a backup, you connect the backup HSM and a remote PED to the Luna Client workstation that hosts the slot for the user partition you want to backup, and perform the following tasks:

1.Log in to the <source> user partition as the Crypto Officer (CO):

If the <source> user partition is activated, you need to provide the challenge secret.

If the <source> user partition is not activated, you need to open a remote PED connection to the <source> HSM  and use the required PED keys to log in to the <source> user partition as the Crypto Officer (CO).

2.Open a remote PED connection to the <target> backup HSM. You are prompted for the orange (Remote PED vector) key for the backup HSM.

3. Perform the backup operation and respond to the prompts for the HSM SO, partition SO (PO), crypto officer (CO), and domain PED keys for the backup HSM/partition. The backup HSM and the partition you want to restore to must be members of the same domain.

Prerequisites

Before beginning, ensure that you are familiar with the concepts in PED Authentication. You require the credentials listed in Credentials Required to Perform Backup and Restore Operations.

TIP   To simplify the backup process and minimize interactions with the PED, it is recommended that you activate the CO role on the user partitions you want to backup. See Activation and Auto-activation on PED-Authenticated Partitions for more information.

To backup a PED-authenticated partition

1.Configure your Luna Client workstation using one of the following configurations:

a.Install the required client software on the Luna Client workstation. See Client Software Required to Perform Backup and Restore Operations for details.

b.Connect the backup HSM directly to the Luna Client workstation using the included USB cable.

NOTE   On most workstations, the USB connection provides adequate power to the backup HSM and it will begin the boot sequence. If you are using a low-power workstation, such as a netbook, the USB connection may not provide adequate power, in which case you will also need to connect the external power supply.

c.Connect the PED to the Luna Client workstation used to host the remote PED, using the PED USB cable.

NOTE   You connect to the remote PED using the IP address of the workstation used to host the PED. This can be the same workstation that hosts the user and backup partition slots, or a different workstation. The workstation used to host the PED must be running pedServer.

2.Use pedserver mode start to start the pedServer service on the workstation used to host the remote PED.

3.Launch LunaCM on the workstation that hosts the user and backup partition slots.

4.Use slot list to identify the slot assignments for:

The <source> user partition you want to backup.

The <target> admin partition (where all backups are stored).

If you cannot see both slots, check your connections or configure your client as required.

lunacm:> slot list Slot Id -> 2Tunnel Slot Id -> 2Label -> USER_PARTITIONSerial Number -> 349297122736Model -> Luna K7Firmware Version -> 7.0.1Configuration -> Luna User Partition (PED)Slot Description -> User Token Slot Slot Id -> 3Tunnel Slot Id -> 2Label -> PCIe_HSMSerial Number -> 150022Model -> Luna K7Firmware Version -> 7.0.1Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PED)Slot Description -> Admin Token SlotHSM Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PED) Slot Id -> 3Label -> USB_BACKUP_HSM_G7Serial Number -> 7000329Model -> Luna G7Firmware Version -> 7.3.1Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PED) Backup ModeSlot Description -> Net Admin Token Slot Current Slot ID: 0 

5.Use slot set-slot <slot_id> to select the <source> user partition.

lunacm > slot set -slot 2 

6.Authenticate as the Crypto Officer (CO) to the <source> user partition:

If the partition is activated, proceed as follows:

i.Use role login-name co to log in to the selected <source> user partition as the Crytpo Officer (CO).

lunacm:>role login -name coEnter password:

If the partition is not activated, proceed as follows:

i.Use ped connect to connect to the Luna Client workstation that hosts the PED. If defaults are not ped set, specify an IP address (and port if required; 1503 is default).

lunacm:> ped connect -ip 123.45.6.7

ii.Use role login-name co to log in to the selected <source> user partition as the Crytpo Officer (CO).

lunacm:>role login -name coPlease attend to the PED

iii.Respond to the prompts on the PED to provide the orange (PED vector) key(s) and PIN for the <source> HSM and the black (CO) key(s) and PIN for the CO role on the <source> user partition.

iv.Use ped disconnect to disconnect the PED session. Note that you will remain logged in to the <source> user partition.

7.Use slot set-slot <slot_id> to select the backup HSM Admin partition.

lunacm:> slot list Slot Id -> 2Tunnel Slot Id -> 2Label -> USER_PARTITIONSerial Number -> 349297122736Model -> Luna K7Firmware Version -> 7.0.1Configuration -> Luna User Partition (PED)Slot Description -> User Token Slot Slot Id -> 3Tunnel Slot Id -> 2Label -> PCIe_HSMSerial Number -> 150022Model -> Luna K7Firmware Version -> 7.0.1Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PED)Slot Description -> Admin Token SlotHSM Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PED)  Slot Id -> 3Label -> USB_BACKUP_HSM_G7Serial Number -> 7000329Model -> Luna G7Firmware Version -> 7.3.1Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PED) Backup ModeSlot Description -> Net Admin Token SlotHSM Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PED) Backup DeviceHSM Status -> OK Current Slot ID: 0 lunacm > slot set -slot 3 

8.Use ped connect to connect to the Luna Client workstation that hosts the PED. If defaults are not ped set, specify an IP address (and port if required; 1503 is default).

lunacm:> ped connect -ip 123.45.6.7 

9.Use slot set-slot <slot_id> to select the <source> user partition.

slot set -slot 2 

10.Use partition archive backup -slot <backup_HSM_admin_slot> -partition <target_partition_label> to initiate the backup. Respond to the prompts on the PED to insert the following keys:

a.The blue (HSM SO) key for the backup HSM. This is an existing key that was created when the backup HSM was initialized.

b.The blue (Partition SO) key for the <target> backup partition.

If this is the first time the <source> user partition is being backed up to this backup HSM, you are prompted to initialize the backup Partition SO role by creating a new key or reusing an existing key (SETTING SO PIN). After you initialize the role, you are prompted to insert the key again to log in to the role (SO LOGIN).

For all subsequent backups, you must present the key used to initialize the backup partition SO role.

c.The red (Domain) key. This must be the same key used for the <source> user partition, otherwise the backup will fail.

d.The black (Crypto Officer) key for the <target> backup partition.

If this is the first time the <source> user partition is being backed up to this backup HSM, you must first initialize the backup partition CO role. This requires partition SO credentials, so you are prompted for the blue (Partition SO) key. After authenticating as the partition SO, you are prompted to initialize the backup partition CO role by creating a new key or reusing an existing key (SETTING SO PIN). After you initialize the partition CO role, you are prompted to insert the key again to log in to the role (SO LOGIN).

For all subsequent backups, you must present the key used to initialize the backup partition CO role.

The backup begins once you have completed the authentication process. Objects are backed up one at a time. For existing backups, use the -append option to add only new objects, or the -replace option to add new objects and overwrite existing objects. The default is replace.

lunacm:> partition archive backup -slot 3 -partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP Logging in as the SO on slot 3.Creating partition TARGET on slot 3.Logging into the container USER_PARTITION_BACKUP on slot 3 as the user.Creating Domain for the partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP on slot 3.Verifying that all objects can be backed up...6 objects will be backed up. Backing up objects...Cloned object 70 to partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP (new handle 14).Cloned object 69 to partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP (new handle 18).Cloned object 53 to partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP (new handle 19).Cloned object 54 to partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP (new handle 23).Cloned object 52 to partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP (new handle 24).Cloned object 47 to partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP (new handle 28).Backup Complete. 6 objects have been backed up to partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP on slot 3. 

11.Disconnect the PED from the <source> and <target> HSMs:

a.Use ped disconnect to disconnect the PED from the <target> backup HSM.

b.Use slot set-slot <slot_id> to select the slot for the <source> user partition.

c.Use ped disconnect to disconnect the PED from the <source> user partition.

12.If this is the first backup to the <target> backup partition, use the Duplicate function on the PED to create and label a set of backup keys for the new <target> backup partition PSO (blue) and CO (black) keys. See Duplicating Existing PED Keys for details.

Backing Up a Password-Authenticated Partition

You require a password-authenticated backup HSM to backup a password-authenticated user partition.

Summary

To perform a backup, you connect the backup HSM to the Luna Client workstation that hosts the slot for the partition you want to backup, and perform the following tasks:

1.Log in to the <source> user partition as the Crypto Officer (CO).

2.Perform the backup operation and respond to the prompts for the HSM SO, partition SO (PO), crypto officer (CO), and domain passwords for the backup HSM/partition. The backup HSM and the partition you want to restore to must be members of the same domain.

Prerequisites

You require the credentials listed in Credentials Required to Perform Backup and Restore Operations.

To backup a password-authenticated partition

1.Configure your Luna Client workstation as illustrated below:

a.Install the required client software on the Luna Client workstation and start LunaCM. See Client Software Required to Perform Backup and Restore Operations for more information.

b.Connect the backup HSM directly to the Luna Client workstation using the included USB cable.

NOTE   On most workstations, the USB connection provides adequate power to the backup HSM and it will begin the boot sequence. If you are using a low-power workstation, such as a netbook, the USB connection may not provide adequate power, in which case you will also need to connect the external power supply.

2.Use slot list to identify the slots assigned to:

The <source> user partition slot (to be backed up).

The <target> admin slot (where all backups are stored).

If you cannot see both slots, check your connections or configure your client as required.

lunacm:> slot list Slot Id -> 2Tunnel Slot Id -> 2Label -> USER_PARTITIONSerial Number -> 349297122736Model -> Luna K7Firmware Version -> 7.0.1Configuration -> Luna User Partition (PW)Slot Description -> User Token Slot Slot Id -> 3Tunnel Slot Id -> 2Label -> PCIe_HSMSerial Number -> 150022Model -> Luna K7Firmware Version -> 7.0.1Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PW)Slot Description -> Admin Token SlotHSM Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PW)  Slot Id -> 3Label -> USB_BACKUP_HSM_G7Serial Number -> 7000329Model -> Luna G7Firmware Version -> 7.3.1Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PW) Backup ModeSlot Description -> Net Admin Token SlotHSM Configuration -> Luna HSM Admin Partition (PW) Backup DeviceHSM Status -> OK Current Slot ID: 0 

3.Use slot set-slot <slot_id> to select the <source> user partition.

lunacm > slot set -slot 2

4.Use role login-name co to log in to the <source> user partition as the Crypto Officer (CO).

lunacm:>role login -name co enter password: ********re-enter password: ******** 

5.Use partition archive backup-slot <backup_hsm_admin_partition_slot_id> -partition <target_backup_partition_label> to backup the <source> user partition to the <target> backup partition.

You are then prompted for the following (you can also enter these options on the command line, although doing so exposes the strings, whereas using the prompts obscures the strings):

The domain string for the <target> backup partition. The domain must match the domain configured on the <source> user partition.

The <target> backup partition password. You will create a new password on the initial backup, and use the password for subsequent backups to the <target> backup partition.

The backup HSM SO password. This is required to create or access the backup partition in the Admin slot.

Objects are backed up one at a time. For existing backups, use the -append option to add only new objects, or the -replace option to add new objects and overwrite existing objects. The default is replace.

lunacm:> partition archive backup -slot 3 -partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP Option -domain was not specified. It is required.Enter the domain name: ********Re-enter the domain name: ********Option -password was not supplied. It is required.Enter the user password for the target partition: ********Re-enter the user password for the target partition: ********Logging in as the SO on slot 3.Creating partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP on slot 3.Logging into the container USER_PARTITION_BACKUP on slot 3 as the user.Creating Domain for the partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP on slot 3.Verifying that all objects can be backed up...6 objects will be backed up. Backing up objects...Cloned object 70 to partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP (new handle 14).Cloned object 69 to partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP (new handle 18).Cloned object 53 to partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP (new handle 19).Cloned object 54 to partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP (new handle 23).Cloned object 52 to partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP (new handle 24).Cloned object 47 to partition USER_PARTITION_BACKUP (new handle 28).Backup Complete. 6 objects have been backed up to partition TARGET on slot 3.

Restoring the Objects from a Backup

Restoring objects from a backup is essentially the same as the backup procedure, except in reverse. That is, a Crypto Officer can restore the objects from a backup partition to a new or existing user partition, provided they have the credentials required to access the objects in the backup and user partitions, as detailed in Credentials Required to Perform Backup and Restore Operations.

The procedure is different for PED-authenticated and password-authenticated backups, as detailed in the following sections:

>Restoring a PED-Authenticated Partition

>Restoring a Password-Authenticated Partition

Restoring a PED-Authenticated Partition

You can restore the objects from a PED-authenticated backup partition to a PED-authenticated user partition. You can restore to an existing user partition, or you can create a new user partition and restore the objects to the new partition.

Summary

To restore the objects from a backup, you connect the backup HSM and a remote PED to the Luna Client workstation that hosts the slot for the user partition you want to restore from backup and perform the following tasks.

1.Log in to the user partition you want to restore to as the Crypto Officer (CO):

If the user partition is activated, you need to provide the challenge secret.

If the user partition is not activated, you need to open a remote PED connection to the HSM that hosts the user partition you want to restore to, and use the required PED keys to log in to the user partition as the Crypto Officer (CO).

2.Open a remote PED connection to the backup HSM.

3. Perform the restore operation and respond to the prompts for the HSM SO, partition SO (PO), crypto officer (CO), and domain PED keys for the backup HSM/partition. The backup HSM and the partition you want to restore to must be members of the same domain.

Prerequisites

Before beginning, ensure that you are familiar with the concepts in PED Authentication. You require the credentials listed in Credentials Required to Perform Backup and Restore Operations.

TIP   To simplify the restore process and minimize interactions with the PED, it is recommended that you activate the CO role on the user partitions you want to restore to. See Activation and Auto-activation on PED-Authenticated Partitions for more information.

To restore a PED-authenticated partition

1.Configure your Luna Client workstation using one of the following configurations:

a.Install the required client software on the Luna Client workstation. See Client Software Required to Perform Backup and Restore Operations for details.

b.Connect the backup HSM directly to the Luna Client workstation using the included USB cable.

NOTE   On most workstations, the USB connection provides adequate power to the backup HSM and it will begin the boot sequence. If you are using a low-power workstation, such as a netbook, the USB connection may not provide adequate power, in which case you will also need to connect the external power supply.

c.Connect the PED to the Luna Client workstation used to host the remote PED, using the PED USB cable.

NOTE   You connect to the remote PED using the IP address of the workstation used to host the PED. This can be the same workstation that hosts the user and backup partition slots, or a different workstation. The workstation used to host the PED must be running pedServer.

2.Ensure that HSM policy 16: Enable network replication is set to 1 on the HSM that hosts the user partition you want to restore to. See HSM Capabilities and Policies for more information.

3.Use pedserver mode start to start the pedServer service on the workstation used to host the remote PED.

4.Launch LunaCM on the workstation that hosts the user and backup partition slots.

5.Use slot list to identify the slot assignments for:

the user partition you want to restore to.

the backup HSM admin partition (where all backups are stored).

If you cannot see both slots, check your connections or configure your client as required.

lunacm:> slot list 
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