How to check who is connected to Cisco ASA via VPN

Once connected to Cisco AnyConnect I can't ping anything on the network
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Cisco ASA troubleshooting commands

Can be several things, depending on your configuration. Pasting your config would help to find out. Please show the config.

All is working now. I had the same problem; pulled my hair out double and triple checking config. I had Anyconnect vpn client connecting to cisco router webvpn ok, but could only ping the webvpn ip address from client side and client assigned address from cisco router side; could not ping anything else on inside network.

For some reason this won't route correctly. I changed client dhcp pool to I would like to see the config too for reference. Having the same problem. Hey guys here's my working config. Like gilley said I had to create a dhcp pool on a different subnet. Below are the configurations: It's more than this solution. Get answers and train to solve all your tech problems - anytime, anywhere.

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Is there a way to do this? Solutions Learn More Through Courses. Experts Exchange Solution brought to you by Enjoy your complimentary solution view. Get every solution instantly with Premium. Start your 7-day free trial. I wear a lot of hats John Meggers Network Architect Commented: ASDM will show you the number of connections.

I don't have any connections active on mine but this is what ASDM looks like: Sorry, I should have asked for how to do it in the CLI.

I don't use the GUI interface. Pete Long Technical Consultant Commented: I tried these commands and not sure what I am seeing.

If I enter sh vpn-sessiondb ra protocol I see 8 active tunnels. What is the difference between the 2 and how to I know which of my users is whom? Is there a way to also view their group name or something that tells me who they are? Also, can I see how long the tunnels have been alive? What reporting capabilities do I have for seeing when each user logs on and off over the period of a week or month?

I definitely recommend sh vpn-sessiondb summary This lists all sessions and all information. That helps, but I still can't see who is connected. If I have 20 VPN users. Also, if there is a way to see some kind of report for each of these user, when they were ona nd off and how long they were on, etc. The name only shows for local vpn accounts. To track vpn sessions and logins, try using a network monitoring tools that supports the asa vpn snmp mib.

Solarwinds works for this and there also other free snmp monitoring solutions such as nagios. Cheers and let me know how this works!