reply to skeechan
I still have an Arris Cornerstone NIU- Voice Port, installed around 2004, working fine, But Cox has switched all new installs to an eMTA Voice/Cable modem.
The Cisco DPQ3212 eMTA seems to be the current standard.
I do not believe the Cox Telephone system is VoIP, yet a hybrid switched system.
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To be technically clear, Cox Telephone is a packet switched data product. One thing that sets it apart from traditional VOIP is the service and the network are both managed by us versus something like Vonage which runs over a customer provided Internet connection which they do not manage.