FW.WANATTACK DROP & LAND ATTACK UNABLE TO MAINTAIN CONNECTIONs
I spent 4 hours on the phone with Netgear and I wish that COX would leave my router alone and allow me to administer it. I am an MCSE and I know what I'm doing.
It was the firmware update Cox sent to my device that cause my network connection to be under attack, drop connection and unable to work for the entire day.
At first, I thought it was updates from the devices and looked for a patch. When I finally decided to log into the router again and view the logs that I discovered the attack and reason for the dropping of network. These attacks caused devices on your network to be attacked and drop every 3-5 minutes. Logs were and can be provided.
What Netgear suggested was on the CX30 device was DOWNGRADE THE SOFTWARE that Cox pushed to my device. It's also recommended, but Cox will not do this for residential customer is to release and renew your IP with a new one. So turn the router off for over 24 hours so that DHCP will assign a new IP to your network.
I'll be paying daily attention to my router. If you update it again, I will downgrade it again. However, by your doing this you are causing two household members loss of work.
Here's the FIX: If you have a Netgear device go to netgears website ,under support ,and look for your model and firmware, download the correct version and follow the instructions. Nothing but this corrects the issue.