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    dpadmin

    Mike,
    Unfortunately, our current Roku channel lists the episodes alphabetically, which is not the order they were filmed. We have a new Roku channel rolling out in the next few months that will fix that. In the mean time, you can look at the course on our web site to see the intended viewing order and then watch the shows on the Roku following that order.
    Sorry for the inconvenience.
    Don Pezet
    Host, ITProTV

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    dpadmin

    Unfortunately the answer is "yes" and "no."
    Yes, they are still in production, but no, they are currently on hold. We had filmed several episodes when CompTIA announced they were retiring the CAS-001 exam and releasing a new CAS-002 exam. We made the decision to focus on other certifications instead of covering a cert that was about to expire. CompTIA indicated that the new exam objectives would be released in August of 2014 which was only two months away at the time. So, we decided to put the show on hold until the new objectives were released. Well, here we are in August and the new objectives are still not out. I had Nate call CompTIA on Tuesday and the CompTIA rep indicated that there is no hard date for the release of the new objectives. We have tentatively scheduled to finish the CASP show in September, but it is all pending on CompTIA releasing the new exam objectives.
    Sorry for the inconvenience, but we are at the mercy of CompTIA's release schedule on this one.
    Thanks for watching,
    Don Pezet
    Host, ITProTV

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    dpadmin

    David,
    It could be a number of things, but my best guess would be a bad NAT configuration on the DD-WRT router. Most likely, the DD-WRT box is configured to NAT hosts with a source IP of 192.168.1.0/24. You Linux box is in the 192.168.3.0/24 subnet so it doesn't match the NAT rule. The DNS lookups are most likely working because DD-WRT uses DNS Masq by default so the lookups actually happen against that box. I could be completely wrong, but that is my first thought.
    If that is correct, then there are two possible solutions:

    1. Update the NAT rule on the DD-WRT box to include 192.168.1.0/24 and 192.168.3.0/24.
    2. Configure NAT on the Cisco router to hide the 192.168.3.0/24 network from the DD-WRT box.
      Option #2 would result in double-NAT which is not the greatest thing in the world, so I would go with #1 if I were you.
      If that isn't the case, we can do some more digging, but that scenario definitely fits the problem you are describing.
      Thanks for watching,
      Don Pezet
      Host, ITProTV

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    dpadmin

    James,
    I'm sorry you are having issues accessing the Roku channel. I checked on three different Roku devices using two different ISPs and the channel appears to be working correctly. We have not had any reports from other users indicating the channel was unavailable. I was able to successfully browse to the channel and play a two different 70-410 episodes, so it doesn't seem to be an issue with the channel itself. However, that doesn't mean the problem is necessarily your fault. I double checked the list of Roku's activated on your account and I don't see any listed for you so I suspect the issue is with the activation on your Roku box. The first thing I would try is to remove our channel from your Roku and re-add it. That will ensure you have the latest version of the channel as well as cause it to re-register which will most likely fix the issue for you. If it does not, please send me the serial number for your Roku and I will try to track down what happened. Don't post the serial number here (I don't know of any security exploits, but it probably isn't a good idea). You can e-mail it to me directly at don@itpro.tv.
    We'll make sure it gets activated for you, one way or another.
    Thanks for watching,
    Don Pezet
    Host, ITProTV

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