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Showing and logging off VPN sessions via the ASA CLI – Das As you can see, you can use the vpn-sessiondb command to look at each type of VPN connection. While I usually still use the ‘show crypto’ commands for IPSec connections, you HAVE to use the vpn-sessiondb for AnyConnect and WebVPN. Play around with it, remember, the ‘?’ is your best friend! Cisco (Networking) ASA, VPN View current VPN sessions on an ASA via CLI – Software sh vpn-sessiondb webvpn (Clientless sessions) sh ssh sessions (show users connected to ASA via SSH) To terminate a session vpn-sessiondb logoff name username (where username is the name of the user you want to log off) Maximum VPN Sessions through ASA 5510 f - Cisco Community

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