Cisco Anyconnect - Alert for Out of Country Users


Good Afternoon.

My organization uses Cisco AnyConnect. We're concerned that some users may be connecting to our network from out of the country. We'd like to get alerts as to when this happens. 

Has anyone ever set up such alerts before? I would like some guidance.

I know the Public IP of our network, however I'm not sure how to drill down in our logs to identify the inbound traffic to it.

If I try to list the IP address as the source IP in one way or another, the connections turn up blank.

Does anyone have any suggestions?


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