Cisco Bug: CSCup64248 - ISE 1.2 wrong live sessions number for VPN clients behind NAT
Nov 27, 2020
- Cisco Identity Services Engine
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Symptom: The ISE displays wrong number of active sessions. The ISE displays and counts only one live session for all the VPN users connecting to a VPN device with the same source IP - from behind NAT. The ISE displays and counts only one live session for all the telnet/SSH users connecting to a device with the same source IP - from behind NAT. Conditions: Multiple VPN users, e.g. AnyConnect users, connecting to a single VPN device. All the users have the same source IP, e.g. they are in one office with PAT in place. The calling-station-id sent by the VPN device to the ISE is the public IP address and is the same for all the users. OR Multiple users are connecting to a network device with telnet / SSH from a single source IP, e.g from terminal server, or from behind NAT/PAT.
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