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I am looking to see who is connected via VPN at any given time..(The command).

Secondly, how do i configure, or add a command that limits the number of simultaneous VPN connections and use a timeout?

Thanks.
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by:Jan Springer
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you can check the log or check the phase II (sh crypto ipsec sa)

if you put your users into groups, you can limit the number of simultaneous connections and an idle timeout.
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To list who is on:

Sh vpn-sessiondb remote

The number of concurrent connections is normally based on how many licenses you have.
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by:Pete Long
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Depends on the Remote VPN Medium;

For Site to Site

SHOW VPN-SESSIONDB l2l


For Ipsec Remote VPN

SHOW VPN-SESSIONDB ra protocol
and
SHOW VPN-SESSIONDB ra encryption


For Web VPNs

SHOW VPN-SESSIONDB webvpn
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