Enable Logging to diagnose a problem

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    I have a Cisco 515e PIX that I use to allow remote Avaya phones to connect to the network. I am having an issue with one phone making the connection, and want to see the steps it is doing as it tries to connect. Which log should I enable, and how do I view the results? Also, once I am done, how do I turn it off?


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