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ASA remote VPN stetistics

Hi,

I am new to ASA but have managed to setup a REMOTE VPN connection from Cisco SRP527w to ASA 5505. On SRP527 IKE policy I have enabled Extended Authentication ( user name and password ). Why is it that I see Base remote Access Group under the user name  and not the user name  that SRP used to connect to ASA. Is there a way to see that even using CLI?
Thanks
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Sean
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DanJCommented:
use show vpn-sessiondb to display the active vpn session information.
to get more details use show vpn-sessiondb detail
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DanJCommented:
for the remote IPSEC connections use sh vpn-sessiondb remote.
Whithout the "remote" it displays the number of VPN connections.  
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DanJCommented:
on ASDM you can select the entry and click on details button.
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