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Administrative PVID, Default VLAN on Cisco SG200

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Can somebody explain to me in clearer terms than what I've been able to read up on the internet so far what the purpose of the Administrative PVID and the Default VLAN settings are on Cisco SG200 smart switches?

I have a rough understanding of VLANs and VLAN tagging, and I think that these two settings have something to do with how untagged packets are handled on trunk ports, but I don't know the details.  

I'm also unclear on what the difference is between the two settings.
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The administrative PVID is the VLAN ID on which you would put the management interface of the switch.

The default VLAN is usually VLAN1, however if you're talking about the default VLAN for a specific port that would mean the native or untagged VLAN.
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