These are the ones my company uses. I just want to be able to work again, it's been a week! This is exactly the kind of scenario that many people are concerned about, that the cable companies and the telcos will make it difficult for their internet users to access competing services. Jim wasn't aware that Cox had its own classified ads service. I think at this point I agree with user Odog and think you should remove the pfsense router and put your old modem and router in place to make sure the problem goes away. © Tom Foremski 2004 - 2018 Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-noDerivs 2.
Originally I thought the site was having server issues, but it turns out Cox has blocked that site entirely. Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. Could be something wrong with the configuration of your user name, a corrupt database table, or something else. Does the whole page load slowly? I think your new pfsense router is what is making it a atypical situation. If not, why was it installed and was it configured in any special way? Going through the pfSense box still gives me problems with 3rd party cookies disabled. I've enough problems with my connection in the past that I can go straight to them instead of wasting time on level 1 support.
I've got no script blockers, but I am running Adblock Plus. With this setting, a new device can access your network. Bad word of mouth does not have a good affect on a company's bottom line. Also, I haven't gotten any kind of notice of a problem on Cox's site. If you try to access Craigslist over Cox Cable internet.
Thanks for getting back to us and letting us know what the issue was. Do parts of the page just not load? That's a heck of long time to delete some text from their blacklist. Maybe you should investigate this tip further. I have Symantec Endpoint Protection and cannot get the green dot on the shield when at home wired or wireless. I'll see about downloading Firefox and trying. The user name and password are case-sensitive.
Up until now, I've been able to do this with Microsoft Edge. I don't like the direction this is going. Did anything change with your Cox account around the same time? Upon getting a new work laptop, I once again have no connectivity issues, so I'm chalking it up to the hard drive. The last time I'd even come close to my Profile page was a couple of weeks before that when I'd paid my bill online. So I think the traffic is being handled normally to the router, the computers just can't properly talk through the router to get the entire website.
Luckily it's all sorted out now. There are a couple of things wrong with this notification. Do you get some kind of error?. We do watch the locations that login attempts are coming from. It appears that they throttle access to craigslist - as a matter of fact there have been a zillion complaints but hey, who can blame Cox? I wouldn't doubt the blowing smoke part I'd put a grin in there, but it really isn't funny.
We think that Cox clearly overstepped the mark here. You're going to have to go with a provider that doesn't. I've updated my Direct Message thread to their support page on Twitter with the stuff here and asked for some kind of formal ticket to be opened. But after a while these emails can become quite an annoyance, taking up lots of inbox space. When this check box is cleared, all devices are allowed to connect, even if a device is in the blocked list.
Did the issue only effect Chrome on the new device or was Edge affected too? Went there with Chrome with the --disable-web-security flag and all extensions off. If it still occurs, try having someone from Cox sign into your account and see if they can replicate the problem. The access rule does not affect previously blocked or allowed devices. Perhaps it's just a mix up on the servers. And why lie about the issue? In Edge and Chrome, about half the time it won't let me sign in, but if it does I'm fine.
Unfortunately, I couldn't log in to Cox tried twice - both times it put me back to the full page Please Sign In page. Do you get some kind of error? Like all the other Internet providers, Cox receives numerous copyright related takedown requests from anti-piracy organizations. Ask them to make you a test account and try signing in with that. They're trying to stop the opening cap in their money dam! Sometimes I get a Cannot Connect error page. In addition, there is still no law that requires a person to secure their wireless network and there are even routers that enable people to with outsiders.