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I'm trying to figure out what information is given in Cisco ASA firewall Informational level logging.

In particular, do these logs contain information on all source and destination IP's of connections that traverse the firewall?
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In general, I configure info level and it does contain all of the connection (permits and denies) in the logs.

So, yes -- including origination and destination port numbers.
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