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Who's connected

How do you see who else is consoled in an ASA.

I know:

sh ssh sessions

sh asdm sessions.

What about telnet?

or the console port?

What about what level the user is at. On any connection, can you tell what privilege level they are at?

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Re: Who's connected

Hi,

For telnet, the command is "who" as follows:

ASA-5510-8x# who
        0: x.x.10.10

For checking the privilege of the user, the command is "show curpriv"

ASA-5510-8x# sh curpriv
Username : aaaa
Current privilege level : 15
Current Mode/s : P_PRIV
ASA-5510-8x#

For console, since there is only one console port, at a time time there cant be more than one user connected via console.

HTH

Ashu

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