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Is there a command to leverage information on what user accounts logged into Cisco switches via SSH which will also determine the date and time of the access.
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Question by:Nick Smith
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by:Jan Springer
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Yes, enable logging and send the data to a syslog server.
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by:Nick Smith
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And enabling logging now will show me all historical data (well for the last week)
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by:SIM50
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No. It will be from the moment you enable logging. The much better solution would be to implement either ACS or ISE.
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RAMU CH earned 500 total points
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Below are various solutions for your requirement ,you can choose based on your feasibility

1.  Install Tacacs.net (freeware solution) in your any  of your DNS   server and integrate your domain users with the Tacacs.net ,

you can see who has logged in and what commands operated , For this enable  AAA  at Cisco Switches side and install Tacacs.net software at any of your DNS server

Pls refer below for installation and configuration :
http://tacacs.net/documentation.asp
http://tacacs.net/docs/TACACS.net_config.pdf


2.  Syslog also option but you can not see  user activity and what commands user executed

3. ACS  or ISE
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