Using Python to Save the VPN-SessionDB of a Cisco ASA

Mar 05, 2010 Solved: Command to check IPSEC tunnel on ASA 55 - Cisco show vpn-sessiondb l2l; show vpn-sessiondb ra-ikev1-ipsec; show vpn-sessiondb summary; show vpn-sessiondb license-summary; and try other forms of the connection with "show vpn-sessiondb ?" Some of the command formats depend on your ASA software level. Hopefully the above information was helpfull - … Networks Woot!: Cisco ASA: Anyconnect - How to source Nov 23, 2012 Cisco ASA で AnyConnect 接続中のユーザ数や詳細を確認する - …

ciscoasa# sh vpn-sessiondb index 14415 Single Session Username : user1 Index : 14415 Assigned IP : 172.16.0.104 Public IP : 12.34.56.78 Protocol : IKE IPsecOverNatT License : IPsec Encryption : DES 3DES Hashing : MD5 SHA1 Bytes Tx : 116218822 Bytes Rx : 8332463 Group Policy : dlm Tunnel Group : dlm Login Time : 08:04:53 EST Thu Feb 16 2012

The following is sample output from the “show vpn-sessiondb detail l2l” command, showing detailed information about LAN-to-LAN sessions: The command “show vpn-sessiondb detail l2l” provide details of vpn tunnel up time, Receiving and transfer Data Cisco-ASA# sh vpn-sessiondb l2l Session Type: LAN-to-LAN Connection : 212.25.140.19 Index : 17527 IP Addr : 212.25.140.19 Protocol : IKEv1

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