Hi, I'm a little doubt, I have a sg200-10fp poe 8 ports, 2 ports are SFP that and the fiber connection, (obviously with a separate connector), the function of these ports and connect 2 switches without having problems of latency long distance, my question is:
If your ISP (Internet service provider) takes you to the FTTH Fiber home and you can use these ports or need a modem that supports VDSL2 + and that manages communications?
That really depends on your ISP. My ISP uses long haul fiber I had to get a special SFP from them. The SG200 doesn't have NAT capability so not sure what you are trying to do with it but if the idea is to have everything share the internet while plugged in that may not work.
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