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How to collect remote vpn user log on cisco vpx client

Posted on 2008-06-17
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Hi,

  I am using Cisco PIX 515e . My question is How can we see log so we can check how many and which remote user connected to Cisco pix vpn on last night . I know we can see the current status from ASDM. but i want to check the status of night perticularly at that time  nobody is monitoring on system. Can PIX create any log file ?
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If you authenticate VPN sessions via RADIUS, use the RADIUS logs.
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We are using windows authentication
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Use Windows authentication to track.
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When i check IAS log in event Viewver i got my answer
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