Determining available user licenses on PIX (10-user)
I know you can log into the PIX PDM and click on "Monitoring" and "User Licenses" and see the number of user licenses in use. Is there a command line that tells you this same value? I am looking for some sort of "show user lic" and have it report to me the number of licenses currently in use, what the MAC addresses are of the machines tied to each license, and when those will be aged out.
Which, begs the second question - do those client licenses age out over a period of time? If so, what are those parameters.
My third question is how I can clear those licenses. I know I can type "clear xlate" but is there a better/different method?
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