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Possibly a bridging question?

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Hi all first time poster long time listener....

I have two layer 3 switches on the backbone of my network - Switch A and Switch B. They connect via fibre on ports 25 using VLAN1. I have an IP interface of setup on Switch A using vlan2 which I now need access to from switch B. My question is what do I need to do in order to access my network from both switches?

Someone suggested i would need to setup a bridge but i am unsure how to do this. Is this the way forward?
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