Is there a way to log where users go when they are logged into the network via a 3030. I have ACS 3.2 and logging some Radius logs there. It gives me user ip and time logged in and packets in and out but not destinatin ip addresses.
From what I can see in ACS 3.2 this does not seem to be possible. There may an ACS guru out there that does know a way but I can't find it. I would imagine that since a VPN has the ability to allow complete network access to all internal IPs this type of reporting would generate to much information. The best I can think of is apply filters on the VPN to restrict the IP addresses the users can get to.
Sorry to not be able to get you the answer you wanted. Any ACS gurus out there want to chime in?
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