Probably a signal problem at the new house. Can you post your signal levels from 192.168.0.1 > user:admin password:password >Connection >Cox Network? Also, track the coaxial and make sure it connects to the outside without any splitters.
Hi ThorinVegas, I can only imagine how frustrated you must be if you've been dealing with internet connectivity issues since your installation. I can help! If your signal levels are poor, or you aren't able to check your signal levels and would like further assistance, please email our team at email@example.com. You deserve reliable internet! I'm sure we can get this resolved. -Becky, Cox Support Forums Moderator
Or if you can get the problem resolved, DO IT! I have been using Cox at my home since 1993, and the one time I had an issue, they resolved it, and I have been running great since. My modem has been online
40 d: 3 h: 04 m
And that's because I had a power outage 40 days ago. Get the problems fixed, and it's great. Or you can sit by and kvetch.
I think most of these types of long standing problems require a technician and Tier 1 is now pushed to avoid technicians, scaring customers with 75$ charge even when the problem might be outside. I wish you could get CCC for only 1 month to cover issues like that.
My service has been bad for the past year. I just switched to ZonaWyyred today and it is a lot cheaper and much better service. Check and see if they are in your area. Cox doesn't listen to their customers. I.am turning all of my equipment into them tomorrow.
So you registered just to bad mouth Cox? What ever floats your boat. I had Cox for 10+ years and only had problems when I moved to a area with bad wiring. I think a electrical transformer was causing a interference problem with a amp which was causing T3 errors with my modem.