Ok, so right now I have two LANs on my network, I have both set to grab DHCP from my main router at 192.168.1.1, they both work well and I even have them VLANNED across several routers using VLAN tagging. Here's a copy/paste of the LAN section under basic -> network -> lan in the gui LAN BridgeSTPIP AddressNetmaskDHCPIP Range (first/last)Lease Time (mins) br0Disabled192.168.1.125188.8.131.52Enabled192.168.1.2 - 511440 br1Disabled192.168.2.125184.108.40.206Enabled192.168.2.2 - 511440 br2Disabled192.168.3.125220.127.116.11Enabled192.168.3.2 - 511440 I have one wireless set to connect to br0 and another to br1, and they work well, everything is fine and dandy. My only complaint here is that the DHCP on br1 is a bit slow, maybe that's normal? Anyways, I absolutely, under any circumstances cant get br2 to work. It's connected to a 3rd virtual wifi and when i try to connect, it simply won't connect.... but when when I link that same wifi to br0 or br1, poof, suddenly my problem is gone. Is there something I'm missing? EDIT: I tried mapping the port to one of my physical ports and connecting to that physically, it connected instantly and gave me an ip within the 192.168.3.X range, so its something to do with having the wireless connect to lan3... In my attempt to leave NO STONE UNTURNED, i tried setting the wifi security to WEP instead of WPA2, and it worked... for some reason setting security to WPA2 prevents connection to the network... Is this a known bug? Setting network security to WEP isn't a good workaround at all.