How to get Cox to turn off DNS hijacking when "Enhanced Error Results" is already turned off?
How do you get Cox to turn off DNS hijacking when you have already disabled Enhanced Error Results? I turned off EER several weeks ago, refreshed DHCP and it pulled new DNS servers, all of which correctly replied to NXDOMAIN/malformed requests (i.e. no result). Sometime in the past week that has changed and 2 of the 4 DNS servers returned by Cox's DHCP server are now returning IPs to Cox's search results pages instead of the correct response.
Cox phone support was totally useless and told me they couldn't do anything (I think they didn't even understand the problem) and that I would have to buy Cox Total Care for $10 a month to "fix my router/computer". How can Cox's DHCP server responses have anything to do with my router? Hint... I have been a Network/Systems Engineer for 20 years... I have already done everything possible from my end...
I don't particularly want to use OpenDNS/GoogleDNS to have a set of functional DNS servers. Is there any way to get Cox to understand/fix their problem? Or do I have to setup my own DNS server?