With a AAA server such as Cisco ACS, you can achieve 1 & 3. I'm not sure I understand #2, are you looking for the commands entered (which ACS can do) or the amount of data transfered over the TTY line? All of this data can be forwarded to your syslog server or viewed directly in ACS.
Thanks for your answer, cuould you please tell me the right IOS commands to get this info or any configuration cue in ACS to get that?
I have the ACS 4.1 and I have these IOS commands just for authentication:
aaa authentication login XXXX group radius
aaa authentication login XXXX local-case
aaa authentication enable default group radius enable
The fields in the ACS Passed Authentication reports are:
Date Time User-Name Message-Type Group-Name Caller-ID NAS-Port NAS-IP-Address Network Access Profile Name Shared RAC Downloadable ACL System-Posture-Token Application-Posture-Token Reason EAP Type EAP Type Name PEAP/EAP-FAST-Clear-Name Access Device Network Device Group
And if you see I do not received what I want juest the the log-on info.
on other hand I have the syslog server which received everthing I type and other information from this IOS commands.
logging size 200
notify syslog contenttype plaintext
logging trap notifications
logging source-interface Vlan117
However these neither give what I'm looking for. With regards your question is the amount of data transfered over the TTY line.
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