Track local netusers

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May 9th, 2009

Hi All,

Is there any way to track the local netuser account ??

I have four lobby admin users and more than 50 local netusers.. How can i keep track which lobby admin created the guest user ??

Rgds

Aslam

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Correct Answer by dennischolmes about 7 years 7 months ago

Also, with the ew IDS/IPS solution running on a MSE with location services (available in the new code coming) you will be able to track the audit information along with the physical location of the guest client on a map. Pretty cool if you're limiting the guest to a conference room or presentation hall.

Correct Answer by rob.huffman about 7 years 7 months ago

Hi Aslam,

Maybe this is what you are looking for;

Logging the Lobby Ambassador Activities

The following activities are logged for each lobby ambassador account:

•Lobby ambassador login: WCS logs the authentication operation results for all users.

•Guest user creation: When a lobby ambassador creates a guest user account, WCS logs the guest user name.

•Guest user deletion: When a lobby ambassador deletes the guest user account, WCS logs the deleted guest user name.

•Account updates: WCS logs the details of any updates made to the guest user account. For example, increasing the life time.

Follow these steps to view the lobby ambassador activities.

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Note You must have superuser status to open this window.

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Step 1 Log into the Navigator or WCS user interface as an administrator.

Step 2 Click Administration > AAA, then click Groups in the left sidebar menu to display the All Groups window.

Step 3 On the All Groups windows, click the Audit Trail icon for the lobby ambassador account you want to view. The Audit Trail window for the lobby ambassador displays.

This window enables you to view a list of lobby ambassador activities over time.

•User: User login name

•Operation: Type of operation audited

•Time: Time operation was audited

•Status: Success or failure

Step 4 To clear the audit trail, choose Clear Audit Trail from the Select a command drop-down menu and click GO.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/wcs/4.2/configuration/guide/wcsmanag.html#wp1076868

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/technology/guest_access/technical/reference/4.1/GAccess_41.html#wp1001609

Hope this helps!

Rob

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rob.huffman Sun, 05/10/2009 - 09:24

Hi Aslam,

Maybe this is what you are looking for;

Logging the Lobby Ambassador Activities

The following activities are logged for each lobby ambassador account:

•Lobby ambassador login: WCS logs the authentication operation results for all users.

•Guest user creation: When a lobby ambassador creates a guest user account, WCS logs the guest user name.

•Guest user deletion: When a lobby ambassador deletes the guest user account, WCS logs the deleted guest user name.

•Account updates: WCS logs the details of any updates made to the guest user account. For example, increasing the life time.

Follow these steps to view the lobby ambassador activities.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Note You must have superuser status to open this window.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Step 1 Log into the Navigator or WCS user interface as an administrator.

Step 2 Click Administration > AAA, then click Groups in the left sidebar menu to display the All Groups window.

Step 3 On the All Groups windows, click the Audit Trail icon for the lobby ambassador account you want to view. The Audit Trail window for the lobby ambassador displays.

This window enables you to view a list of lobby ambassador activities over time.

•User: User login name

•Operation: Type of operation audited

•Time: Time operation was audited

•Status: Success or failure

Step 4 To clear the audit trail, choose Clear Audit Trail from the Select a command drop-down menu and click GO.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/wcs/4.2/configuration/guide/wcsmanag.html#wp1076868

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/technology/guest_access/technical/reference/4.1/GAccess_41.html#wp1001609

Hope this helps!

Rob

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dennischolmes Mon, 05/11/2009 - 04:26

Also, with the ew IDS/IPS solution running on a MSE with location services (available in the new code coming) you will be able to track the audit information along with the physical location of the guest client on a map. Pretty cool if you're limiting the guest to a conference room or presentation hall.

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