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Which platforms support TPM chips?

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Applies to

  • Trusted Platform Module (TPM)
  • AFF and FAS storage systems

Answer

  • TPM is a chip on a FAS or AFF storage controller motherboard.
  • Starting with ONTAP 9.8, platforms with TPM chips and a TPM license will generate and seal the node key encryption key to protect the highest level of the OKM keying hierarchy.
  • AFF and FAS models introduced in 2016 and later typically include a TPM chip:
    • AFF A900, FAS9500
    • AFF A250, FAS500f
    • AFF A400, FAS8700, FAS8300
    • AFF A320
    • AFF A800, AFF A700s
    • AFF A700, AFF A300, AFF A220, AFF A200, AFF C190,FAS9000, FAS8200, FAS2750, FAS2720, FAS2650, FAS2620

 

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