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SG112-24 Ports

I'm totally new to networking. I've just replaced a D-Link switch with a Cisco SG112-24 unmanaged switch, and I can't find detailed instructions for it. Specs say ports are 22 x 10/100/1000 + 2 x combo SFP. This switch is just used for basic networking ( PC's, some printers and a router). Should the router be plugged into the combo SFP port, or does it matter which of the 22 ports the router in plugged into? Any info is greatly appreciated!

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OK, I will try it. Thanks.

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Re: SG112-24 Ports

here is quick setup guide :

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/csbus/110_Series/EN/110_Series_QSG-En.pdf

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My port layout is different than the diagram shown on page 12. I'm assuming the world logo means internet?

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yes for uplink.

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OK, I will try it. Thanks.

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Re: SG112-24 Ports

Does the SFP port require an adapter to use an RJ45? The only contacts are deep inside the port on my switch. My switch does not have 2 sets of ports at the right end as shown in the Unmanaged Switches Guide you sent, just the 2 SFP ports.

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