From my dealings with Charter here is California, its a black hole.
You call or write the company and never receive replies. Charter
also seem to have some weird ideas. They are currently arguing with
the local government on why it is technically impossible to bury the distribution
equipment like they agreed to a few years ago
Personal advice: Stay as far away from Charter as you can
"Turpin, Mark" wrote:
lot of discussion lately has been about peering and also the @Home network.Since
my first post on the topic, I've received a few emails about private peering,
and requests for public peering if we were to locate ourselves at a site
to support it.I've been working with
a few of the southeastern and central region folks on examining their network,
and determining just where exactly we have connectivity.I
would be interested in hearing from those of you with connectivity in Charlotte, Atlanta, St.
keep in mind; this is simply a request to see who is interested in peering,
if we were to, in one of those locations.Not
an actual request to peer.This will
assist me in determining the ramifications of options that exist.To
keep traffic off the list, you can reply directly to me.