I just bought a 10 user base license 5505 to use at home. My understanding is that this comes with a year of TAC support, including software updates.
How exactly do I get this -- does it actually involve calling the TAC? Is there some online registration process? I totally struck out on the Cisco web site, there seemed to be little access for a CCO login with no contracts.
I'm mainly interested in the software updates -- the configuration seems fairly straightforward and I had it running in a couple of hours with a static NAT, dynamic NAT, etc.
My two other questions -- how is the 10 inside host limit calculated? I'm assuming unique internal IPs with connections, but I'm also assuming that there's some kind of timer/expiration so that host x.x.x.1 shutting down and going away doesn't hold a slot permanently. Is this tweakable at all? I doubt I'll hit the limit, but it'd be nice to know if I did.
Is there any way to increase the ssh connection timeout past 60 minutes? 0 isn't an option and "no ssh timeout" leaves "ssh timeout 5" in the running config.