Article ID: 000074886 Content Type: Product Information & Documentation Last Reviewed: 12/27/2022

How can I retain the design security key in an Intel® MAX® 10 device when it is programmed with a JAM or JBC file?

Environment

  • Jam™ STAPL software
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    Description

    When using the Intel® Quartus® Prime Software programmer to program an Intel® MAX® 10 device with JAM or JBC file, a full erase operation will be performed. This will erase any previously programmed design security key (.ekp) image in the Intel MAX 10 device.

    To retain the design security key in the Intel MAX 10 device, enable the DO_BYPASS_ICB procedure as shown in the Resolution section when executing the JAM or JBC file. In this case, the full erase will not be performed and the previously programmed .ekp image will be retained. 

    Resolution

    If using the quartus_jli executable, the command would be:

    >quartus_jli -c<cable index> -aPROGRAM -eDO_BYPASS_ICB <filename>.jam/.jbc

     

    If using the JAM STAPL player, the command would be:

    >jam -aPROGRAM -dDO_BYPASS_ICB=1  <filename>.jam

     

    If using the JAM STAPL player, the command would be:

    >jbi -aPROGRAM -dDO_BYPASS_ICB=1  <filename>.jbc

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