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How to know if a Cisco ASA is consuming all of its client licenses

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I need to know if my Cisco ASA 5505 with license for 50 users is consuming all of these licenses.

Is there a monitoring command or configuration that can tell me how many are there in use at any time?

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Check the total number of ARP-entries on all internal interfaces with the "show ARP" command. The license-issue is technically handled by limiting the ARP-table in the unit. That also means that "50 users" means "a total of 50 concurrent inside hosts including servers and network printers".

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