Can two switches, having VLAN defined in each, communicate without the help of Layer-3 device?

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If in a single L2 Switch, IPs of the same range can communicate - then what's the need of creating a VLAN for different IP range? Can two switches (having VLAN defined in each) communicate without the help of Layer-3 device? Thank you.

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No need to create a separate VLAN.

Yes, they can communicate without a layer3 device if the devices are on the same subnet(s).

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