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Who is currently logged into network and how many VPN's are active?

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New network admin here. How can I see who is actively logged in and how many VPN are being used and by who?
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Question by:mdvornak
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by:myhc
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Kinda, all depends on your setup.  Is it a microsoft VPN or is it a Cisco VPN?
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Cisco v 5.0.07.0290
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by:ArneLovius
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Is this on a cisco router pix or asa ?

What version is the router/pix/asa running ?
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Cisco Asa 5510
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launch ASDM

go to Monitoring | VPN | Sessions

drop the box down to show each type of VPN connection

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by:mdvornak
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Ok sorry for the delay... Crazy week with the storm down here. I've got that program loaded and now can view who is on VPN sessions.  Thanks!
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