I am going to purchase two Cisco SG200-26P switches with a MGBSX1 transceiver for each and connect them together via fiber. Am I correct to assume that the fiber port is configurable for VLANs? So if I configure four VLANS (1-4 on both switches, port 1 on VLAN1, port 2 on VLAN2, etc.), I can configure the fiber port to be on all four VLANS so that traffic for all four VLANS will move between the two switches?
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