I've been with Cox for several years now in two different states. I'm on my second modem and I'd swear I've never given them an address for the device. Maybe Gizmo, who also has Cox, can verify this.<br><br>I don't see why it would matter? They should be able to determine where a signal is coming from in their cable network (and most importantly, has the bill been paid?).<br><br>
Yo, I swapped out the POS Surfboard with my Terayon this year. For the heck of it I tried it without changing MAC addresses with Comcast. Nope. Had to call them and get them to change MAC addys. I have another modem. An RCA that I've never used under this account. Maybe I'll try swapping those just to see if it works without calling Comcast. Just out of curiosity.<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> Comcast 800‑266‑2278 Press * at each prompt, ignoring messages.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Why thank you. I might just do what yoyo is doing this Christmas break. Keep me from getting under foot (granny).<br><br>
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