I don't know if this is so much a comment than a question. In many of the Cisco courses the host may be discussing or performing configurations on a router that was represented on a network map. This overall mapping with IP assignments for different portions of the network, is gone over in detail by the hosts. A nice pretty network diagram is shown with all the IP assignments and port they associate to. The problem is trying to remember this info. Now, I copy and draw my own map as the host goes from router to router to configure them, or when discussing some other issue with regards to the network. In any case, I know the transcript of a course is provided, would be possible for a network diagram also be provided so we can pull it up easily to reference. I figured the diagrams are already written as part of the show, can be filed on the course page to pull=up as necessary. I do enjoy these courses and recommend it to anyone in IT.
Usually, they are listed with the available show notes. Any notes used on the shows, and normally include diagrams if they're made available by the show's SME. There are sometimes, for example, in Todd Lammle's case, his diagrams, slides are his and for his company and though he used them for the show, he didn't make them available for download as a whole. This is his content that we licensed but that doesn't include downloading his slides or diagrams.
Most if not all of the notes and diagrams we create as ITProTV though should be available. If not, then you submit a support ticket and we will see if the notes exist and if they do we will post them.
That makes sense. I was watching the Accelerated CCENT course with Todd Lammle. Outstanding!
I didnt know that diagrams are normally available and I understand the issue with having Todd Lammle hosting.
Just as a point of feedback. If you can have him host other courses, it would be great. I have worked on routers and switches for a few years, strictly from a beginners basic knowledge and troubleshooting. I never fully understood subnetting or how to easily calculate the necessary addresses. In watching just that one episode on 'Easy Subnetting', it's all clear. Like I said, I had the basic idea and might come up with answer after some time, but now I am remembering the various masks, subnets, hosts- all because of the concept of the "block size'. Great show and thanks for all your support.
Thanks for the feedback. I'll let the team know. Also, if you need help with subnetting. You can always post questions here in the forums too. Not only is our team pretty good but also our members are pretty good too! So please feel free to ask questions!
Also take a look at our CompTIA Network+ shows on IP addressing and subnetting. This is where we break it down for the beginner and the multiple ways you'll see subnetting questions for certification exams.