I'm aware that the new ASA VPN Edition has come to replace the older VPN Concentrator 3000 series.
My experience with the Concentrator series is that of a few years and I would like to know from the experienced ASA VPN Edition enginners if the specific version of ASA follows the same 'logical' structure and features as the Concentrator did in regards to group, users and their custom access lists.
Is one able to create users and assign them to Groups which have custom access-lists binded, in order to control access to internal services within an organisation ?
Also, does the new ASA VPN edition provide logging facilities that enable the administrator to see the following:
1) User login and logout time (session length)
2) Data transfered per session per user
3) What resources the user was accessing during his session
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