I would think so, yes but that does not explain you seeing what you wrote in your second post: The output of sh int vlan gives : Vlan is down, line protocol is down
That vlan can only be down when there are no ports (including trunks) that forward this vlan. The only situation that can possibly explain that would be when there is only one port that carries the vlan and this port is not connected.
This means you may have connected to the wrong port; a non-existing vlan seemed like a more plausible cause.
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