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Creating a trunk between two switches

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I'm new to Cisco switches. We have two SG300-28 (small business switches), and I would like to trunk them together on ports 27 & 28. Here's what I've done so far:

* I changed both ports from Access to Trunk mode.
* Configured both ports to be Tagged on all VLANs
* GVRP is NOT enabled on either switch.

What else do I need to do to complete the trunking. Do I need to configure static routes?

Side Note: They are both configured in L3 mode.
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