I have a small network that uses an ASA 5510 for VPN. I have configured local authentication. I am trying to track who logs on and who does not. I want to be able to find the last log on for a given user, and whether or not a user has logged on at all.
Re: Tracking last longon with local authentication
Hi, you really need something like Cisco ACS or other RADIUS/TACACS+ server in order to audit logon and logoff. There are other ways of doing it though - you could enable SNMP authentication traps and setup an external trap receiver or configure syslog.
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