You don’t need to configure the interface g1/2 to be in the same VLAN as g1/1, but if you wanna still do it, that’s fine too. I would do it, if I were you.
I believe the reason you’re asking this question is because you don’t see any traffic in your Cisco IPS appliance (running in IDS/promiscuous mode). Just ensure, that the port in the Cisco IPS appliance that’s connected to g1/2 is assigned a Virtual Sensor. This Virtual Sensor should be tagged with a signature definition, an event action rule and anomaly detection.
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