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mailrup

join:2013-01-01
Mission Viejo, CA

[CA] Multiple Dynamic IP addresses (MCA) - Cox

Hi,

I connected a switch to the modem and connected 3 computers to the switch. However, only one PC gets the dynamic IP address. (The same issue was discussed here: »Multiple computers with unique Cox dynamic IPs). Can CoxTechRep help me with this issue ?

-mailrup



qwerty12

@cox.net

i cant find it on the cox.net website but i believe you have to have ultimate to get the 3 free dhcp ips all other plans are limited to one (this could vary market to market)


nickphx

join:2009-10-29
Phoenix, AZ
reply to mailrup

Have you tried logging into your account on cox.net, go to internet tools, add a computer?


m8trix

join:2003-12-24
Phoenix, AZ
kudos:4
reply to mailrup

»ww2.cox.com/residential/greaterl···00000000


mailrup

join:2013-01-01
Mission Viejo, CA
reply to mailrup

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Hey Guyz,

Thanks for all your replies. Here is the screenshot:
Residential Home > My Connection > Internet Tools > Computer Access, the app says "Computers Allowed" = 3. Does this mean that I can get upto 3 cox dynamic public ip addresses without any additional fee ? Let me know.

Thanks in advance!


SoonerAl
Premium,MVM
join:2002-07-23
Norman, OK
kudos:5
reply to mailrup

Why not simply purchase a wired/wireless router and use that to share the cable modem connection instead of paying for extra computers to be connected?



CoxTech1
VIP
join:2002-04-25
Chesapeake, VA
kudos:76
reply to mailrup

The number of computers allowed being 3 means you can purchase additional IP addresses for 2 more computers for a total of 3. Ultimate Tier customers as an added benefit have 3 dynamic IP addresses included with their package.


mailrup

join:2013-01-01
Mission Viejo, CA

Thanks a lot CoxTech. Understood!

@All, thanks for your comments

Have a wonderful new year!