Bridge groups provide a method to group two or more ports into a single broadcast domain, where as VLAN provide a method to group many ports into a single broadcast domain or establish a number of broadcast domains (or secure groups) on a single switch.
Bridge groups operate at layer 2. So they are not very effective at connecting layer 3 switches and routers. If you want to connect 2 ports of a layer 2 switch with 2 Ethernet interfaces of a router you can do that but the Ethernet interfaces on the router no longer operate as routed interfaces.
The bridge-group command is used to configure a Cisco device to bridge traffic between two interfaces. For example, you wanted to join two LANs - connected via a router and a serial link between them – together, you would configure the LAN and WAN interface on each router to be part of the same bridge-group. This will create a bridge between the two LANs and Ethernet packets from one LAN will be visible on the other. If you put bridge-group on both interfaces then they become part of a single broadcast domain.
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