Initial installation will give you a listing of the various software for security devices available on cisco.com. there is a listing provided with the product current as of the time the shipping product was first released.
Your CSM server has to have Internet access and you have to have set it up to accept the certificate from www.cisco.com (and, if you want to pull the images to a local repository, dl.cisco.com) to update that listing. You do that in configuration Manager under "Tools, Security Manager Administration, Image Manager, Certificate"
Once you have that you should get something like this:
You may then choose to download selected images to your server as a local repository for distribution to your devices; as I have with ASA 9.1(2) in the following:
The certificate bit I mentioned is specific to CSM 4.4. If you're running a licensed version, I can't think of any reason not to upgrade to 4.4.
The refreshing / downloading do require Internet access as the server goes to cisco.com to update its list. Images (ASA, IPS, AnyConnect etc. - generally NOT IOS) are downloaded to the local repository based on your selecting them for download.
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Login to the FXOS chassis manager.
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