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leastcmplicated Jan 14, 2009, 09:33am EST Report Abuse
I swear you need a CCNA to just operate one of these things. I have an ASA 5510 and I need to track what websites are being visited, can anyone help?


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Jan 16, 2009, 04:57pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: Need a Cisco expert
A little too expensive for meez. :|

Gerritt Jan 16, 2009, 08:14pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: Need a Cisco expert
least,
There is a learning curve, true, but they are not that complicated. :)
You can use ADSM or CiscoWorks VMS in order to parse the logs of port 80 and 443 accesses. Now by default you will only see the raw IP address, but if you set up the ASA device to utilize an external DNS Name Server, then you can get the websites, instead of the raw IPs.

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leastcmplicated Jan 21, 2009, 09:50am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: Need a Cisco expert
Gerritt: I am logging port 80 but yea, I cannot manually type in every IP to see what it is. I am using ASDM. how would i set it up so I can see the actual sites being visited?

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Gerritt Jan 21, 2009, 10:42pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: Need a Cisco expert
As I stated before, you'll have to configure the ASA device to utilize an external DNS server, or a internal DNS server that permits fowarding from an external source.
This will require that it is set up to accept port 53 queries and responses.
The ASA Device: is it being utilized as a PIX Firewall or a IPS device? This could also be of issue here.
The logging collection device/server/service, is it set up to utilize a DNS server that can resolve external addresses? If so, you may need to change the logging preferences to utilize IP to NAMED translation.

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