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Signals seem ok no noticeable errors. On preferred 100 just switched from preferred 50. Just bonds to 16 channels even after reset or reboot. Thought there where 32 channel bonding now so 24 should work? It is a recent modem upgrade from an older 4x4 modem.
It is a straight cable from outside to modem. Ends were done by a cox tech years ago. Is there anyway they could blame me on this and charge say a trouble isolation charge? Knew telco years ago used customer fault and trouble isolation charge a ton. Since switched never called cox repair. Plus is there a link to any trouble isolation charges etc. All i see is online help links and fluff. Mostly got my answer here but do not want to risk a charge as do not have and inside wiring coverage.
But do I run the risk of a trouble isolation type charge for the inside cabling even if I do not have fixed?
But do not think it is inside anyways. Just can not find online a link to policies on repairs and trouble isaliot is ther a link?
I highly doubt the filter is inside. I think OP is safe on this one.
PS. Why does Cox keep renaming their wiring plan? I think it has had 6-7 different names now. What was wrong with CSAP?