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SSL Connection Count Cisco ASA

Posted on 2013-01-29
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I have a Cisco ASA5515 appliance that I need to do some reporting on.  I am familiar with the initial connection count in real time at the dashboard upon login.  Is there any way to run a report from the appliance to see how many of those connections are SSL connections?  Also, is there any way to get a time-based graph that reports the history of the appliance regarding the connections, rather than just a real-time count?
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In short No.

To get what you need you can for example download PRTG (www.paessler.com) and monitor your ASA and run reports from PRTG.
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