I don't know if anyone else uses you tube when they are tired of reading but I was thinking we should get a resource thread going for anything from configuration to concepts. I'll get us started. (please no pirated or copy infringing material there is enough public use material out there)
(also for ease of use I will converge all into this top entry)
UPDATE: I've added some new content in as time passes I'll code each video to identify what exam objectives are being covered. Also for the admins keep note that I'm just trying to put resources into one area, I'm not a promotional bot but other sites do have good resources. If I add any objectionable content just let me know and I'll take it down.
I'll error check them now. When I first started doing this I was a bit tired.
Edit: Should be good now I basically just mixed up URLs for playlists and individual videos.
Yeah I like it when I can actually see the bits it makes all the difference. Especially when your talking about concepts like STP it helps to SEE why some things are done the way they are. Personally I'm still looking for some really good Ethernet video that explains transmit and receive between devices and the logic behind crossover/straight-through cables as well as basic overviews for each of the layers. You tube has a lot but it's still missing a lot too.