SDM: How to Tell Who is Logged In With

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Feb 4th, 2009
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If I SSH to a router - is there a command that tells me if anyone is currently managing (or recently managed) the router via SDM?

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Since SDM uses HTTPS, theoretically one can search for TCP port 443 conversations with one of the router's interface ip addrs as the src or dst on a netflow-enabled router, under the assumption that those are SDM sessionis.


show ip cache flow | include ( xxx\.xxx\.xxx\.xxx * 443 )

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drolemc Tue, 02/10/2009 - 15:33
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Cisco SDM helps Cisco partners and customers securely (using SSL and SSH) and remotely manage all critical aspects of router operations: hardware and software inventory status, interface status, firewall and ACL logs, VPN tunnel status, and most recent syslog messages.

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yjdabear Wed, 02/11/2009 - 07:04
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Since SDM uses HTTPS, theoretically one can search for TCP port 443 conversations with one of the router's interface ip addrs as the src or dst on a netflow-enabled router, under the assumption that those are SDM sessionis.


show ip cache flow | include ( xxx\.xxx\.xxx\.xxx * 443 )

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