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Track IP addreses leased from CISCO Pix

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I have a windows netowrk with a cisco pix 501 firewall with DHCP. Is there a way of reporting how many ip adresses it issued in a given period of time?
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You can show the leased IP addresses by issuing this command:

pixfirewall# show dhcpd binding
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Set up SNMP logging server
Enable SNMP
Filter for DHCP requests
You will have a record of every SNMP request and the time.
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