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Session status for PIX and ASA

Looking for commands to identify any https, ssh, or telnet sessions currently active on a PIX and on an ASA. I would like to know all available information about the current connections, such as the IP address of the connected device, username used for authenticaion, the duration of the connection, and idle time.

Thanks.

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Re: Session status for PIX and ASA

There's no single command that produces all this info, but I think you can find most or all of it using:

who

show ssh sessions

show asdm sessions

sh conn long all | i Identity.*/22

sh conn long all | i Identity.*/23

sh conn long all | i Identity.*/443 (but this may include webvpn sessions in addition to ASDM, if both are running on the same port).

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Cisco Employee

Re: Session status for PIX and ASA

There's no single command that produces all this info, but I think you can find most or all of it using:

who

show ssh sessions

show asdm sessions

sh conn long all | i Identity.*/22

sh conn long all | i Identity.*/23

sh conn long all | i Identity.*/443 (but this may include webvpn sessions in addition to ASDM, if both are running on the same port).

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