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ASA-5505 Licensed Host

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We have a Cisco ASA-5505 that we are occasionally I get an error that states licensed host limit of 10 exceeded.  From what I understand the host limit is governed by unique IPs on the network.  I only have unique IPs on the network.  I am not super familiar with the device and I was wondering if there is a command I can use to see what hosts the device thinks are connected.

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Use the "show local-host" command.
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