My old cable modem was not Docsis compliant either but it worked for me. Checking my settings for the cox sites ...
Under noscript options, general tab, I enabled "Allow sites opened through bookmarks. Under the whitelist tab, I added cox.com, cox.net and coxbusiness.com. Under the Advanced tab, I have an entry for cox as an exception. If you are familiar with regex, then it is a simple matter to copy the default google entry and adapt it. One such string would be:
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Match a string which starts with the string http
followed by the character 's' 0 or 1 times
followed by the string '://'
followed by any character any number of times until next group
followed by the string '.cox.'
followed by the string 'com/' or the string 'net/'
followed by any character any number of times
As it is, this will match both: http://www.cox.com/ as well as https://idm.east.cox.net/
although you would probably need to play with it a bit. Note that the trailing slash is required which prevents someone from spoofing a site such as cox.com.mysite.com to try to get around the regex.
One other thing you could look at, at the top right on the website, there is an option to set your location, which should write the data into a site cookie and save you all the hassle
If that doesn't work, contact Cox tech support on the numbers provided on the site and they should be able to help you out.
Hope that helps!