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Technicolor CGA4332


Modem Information

DOCSIS 3.1 Dual Band 802.11-AC

32x8 channel bonding

Compatible with future speed increases

Highest Service Level

Cox Business Gigabit

Note: Supports up to 2/2 Gbps symmetrical service.

Front View

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After the cable modem is successfully registered on the network, a single solid white LED illuminates continuously to indicate that the cable modem is online and fully operational.

Important: After connecting the modem for the first time, wait 10-15 minutes before attempting to complete the WiFi setup or get online. Do not unplug the modem from power or factory reboot the modem during the initial 10-15 minute firmware download and modem registration process.

Back View

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The Technicolor CGA4332 has the following ports available on the back of the modem.

  • Eight Telephone ports - The CGA4332 supports up to eight traditional phones or DECT base stations to connect to the gateway. Single-line customers can use the Tel 2/Alarm port to connect an auto-dial alarm system.

    Note: Telephone ports are a future enhancement and are not available at this time.

  • Six Ethernet ports - The first four Ethernet ports can transfer up to 1 Gbps data, while the fifth and sixth ports can have a combined data transfer speed of 2 Gbps.

    Note: For our Cox Business Fiber Internet customers, only five Ethernet ports are available. The sixth port is used to connect the gateway to the ONT so that the gateway is configured in eWAN mode as a router.
LEDLED StatusDescription

Left LED (Green)

OffNot connected to a Gigabit Ethernet device
BlinkingConnected to a Gigabit Ethernet device and sending/receiving data.
Solid OnConnected to a Gigabit Ethernet device

Right LED (Amber)

OffNot connected to a 100Mbps/10Mbps device
BlinkingConnected to a 100Mbps/10Mbps device and sending/receiving data.
Solid OnConnected to a 100Mbps/10Mbps device
  • Cable port - Connects to the cable wall outlet
  • USB port - USB port is used to connect USB devices
  • POWER - Connects the modem to the power cord

To help prevent errors during installation, connect the coax cable to a cable outlet first, then connect the power cord to an electrical outlet.

MAC Address and Network Name (SSID)

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MAC addresses are written as 12 digits containing both letters and numbers (0-9, A-F). A MAC address is unique. The first six characters of the MAC address are unique to the device's manufacturer.

Initial installation requires changing the Network Name (SSID) and password. The Network Name (SSID) and password listed on the bottom of the device are only used to connect to the modem during the initial installation. Technicolor recommends using a single Network Name (SSID) for the CGA4332 because the modem automatically chooses the best network for each connected device. Ensure all WiFi-ready devices recognize the single Network Name (SSID).

When connecting to the Guest WiFi or Cox WiFi SSID for the first time, you may be required to review and accept the Acceptable Use Policy terms and conditions.


The lights indicate the current status of your WiFi modem. To troubleshoot any connection problems, use the table below.

Modem LightStatusProblem
AllBLINKING at 5X a secondNo bootable image available - boot fail
Ethernet LEDN/AEthernet is not enabled.
N/AEthernet is enabled with AC power
Ethernet port LEDsOffThe port is not connected.
Blinking at 1x a secondData is being transferred
Solid OnThe port is connected.
Blinking 5x a secondData is being transferred.
Ethernet port 2.5G LinkSolid on BlueThe port is connected.
Blinking Blue at 1x secondData is being transferred.
Internet LEDOffThere is no internet service.
Solid OnInternet service is active.
Blinking at 1x secondInternet Service is active via Internet Continuity (Cox CBRV2)
Blinking at 5x secondNo internet activity (has block sync)
Online LED / UP-DOWN StreamSolid OnIt is connected to the service provider’s network. Even when the internet is not active, the LED is on. Data traffic can be used.
Blinking 1x a secondTrying to acquire upstream and downstream frequencies
Blinking 5x a secondFirmware Download
Wi-Fi LEDSolid OnOn and working
BlinkingData (2.4GHz or 5GHz) is active over the wireless connection.
OffThe Wi-Fi access point is not enabled
Telephone LEDN/AThe MTA Voice interface is operational
N/AThe MTA Voice interface is not operational
N/AAC power
Telephone Line LEDSolid OnThe telephone line is registered successfully with the call manager
BlinkingThe telephone line has either gone off-hook or is in active call
OffThe telephone line is not registered with the call manager
Blinking at 5x a secondPort Error
WPSOffThere is no WPS activity.
Blue Blinking at 1x a secondWPS Process initialized (lasts for 2 minutes).
Battery LEDWhite Solid OnThe device is ON with AC power, the battery installed, and a charge level of less than 20%
Amber Solid OnThe device is ON with battery power AND battery charge level than 20%
White Blinking at 5x secondThe device is ON with AC power, and the battery is not installed
Amber and White Blinking at 5x secondThe device is ON with AC power, and the battery needs a replacement
Amber Blinking at 1x secondpower, and charge level more than or equal to 20%
Back Panel
Ethernet port LEDs
Green Solid OnLeft LED (Green) - Connected to an XGbps 2.5Gbps/1Gbps device
Green BlinkingLeft LED (Green) - Connected to an XGbps 2.5Gbps/1Gbps device and sending/receiving data
Green OffLeft LED (Green) - Not connected to a Gigabit Ethernet device
Amber Solid OnRight LED (Amber) - Connected to XGbps 1Gbps/100Mbps/10Mbps device
Amber BlinkingRight LED (Amber) - Connected to a XGbps 1Gbps/100Mbps/10Mbps device and sending/receiving data
Amber OffRight LED (Amber) - Not connected to a Gigabit Ethernet device

The following buttons are located on the front panel of the modem.

  • Reset button - Press the Reset button to reset the box. Press the Reset button for approximately 12-13 seconds to restore to factory settings.
  • WPS button - The LED blinks when the WPS button is pressed. It will blink for 2 minutes or until the wireless client Wi-Fi is connected to the gateway, whichever is earlier. The LED turns solid white for two minutes, then turns off.

Manufacturer Resources

For more detailed information on the Technicolor CGA4332, refer to the User Guide (PDF).

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