I'm working with an SG200-50P switch. I know it's probably more "Linksys" that "Cisco", but I figured I'd try here since there's little info I've found to help me. I ordered an MGBT1 GB Ethernet module and can't get it to be recognized by the switch. It's seated correctly but not showing a link if I connect to it, and I see nothing in the interface aside from ports 1-50. Like nothing related to the mini-GBIC expansion slots. I'm currently on FW 1.3.X and will be updating to 1.4.x today when I can reboot.
I'm wondering if the issue is that I'm currently using ports 49/50 for server connections. With ports 49/50 and the mini-GBIC, are they either/or? If I want to utilize the expansion port, do I have to forego the built-in Ethernet ports?
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