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Tracking user IPs connecting via Cisco VPN client

I have several mobile remote users who connect and log into the network (Windows 2003 Server domain controllers) using Cisco VPN client through a Pix 515 firewall.  Occasionally I need to support them remotely and use RealVNC to do so.  Is there a way for me to find out their IP address (the one issued by the VPN, typically 192.168.99.***) without having to ask them for it everytime?  Is there a way to log the IP addresses (not issued by the VPN) of the users and the logon credentials used to access the network?

Thanks in advance.
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Tim HolmanCommented:
If you setup a SYSLOG server for the PIX, then this information should appear in there.


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