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check vpn user accounts

Hi all,

New at this vpn cisco stuff...

Can somebody show how to check all current users to my vpn asa? I know how to add users, but I need to see who has been added so far and delete specific users. Is there a command to run?

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check vpn user accounts

Assuming you're using local authentication the from the command line type:

     show run username

To check the type of authentication your tunnel-groups (connection profiles) are using, type:

     show run tunnel-group

If no "authentication-server-group" lines appear under your tunnel-group entr(y)(ies), you are using the default (local authentication).

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check vpn user accounts

Assuming you're using local authentication the from the command line type:

     show run username

To check the type of authentication your tunnel-groups (connection profiles) are using, type:

     show run tunnel-group

If no "authentication-server-group" lines appear under your tunnel-group entr(y)(ies), you are using the default (local authentication).

check vpn user accounts

hi danny,

you can use the show vpn-sessiondb svc command.

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check vpn user accounts

I may have misunderstood the OP but that command will show you who is actively logged on - not who MAY log on.

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