I have 3 routers, lets call them 1,2,3. They have the ip addresses 192.168.1.1, 192.168.1.2...etc, respectively. I also have two computers, let's call them A and B. router 1 is the one connected to my modem, and hosts dhcp for the 192.168.1 net. All computers on my network are connected to this router. Router 2 is on the other side of the house, dosen't host dhcp and allows computers to connect to 1 through it, so it's just a wireless access point. I want to be able to create a 2nd lan (vlan) at IP 192.168.2.whatever and connect two computers on my network together, and have only those two computers connected to eachother. Router 3 will be the wireless access point for the 192.168.2.whatever vlan... (this is how computer A accesses the vlan) I want router 1 to host the DHCP for this 2nd vlan (but this isn't a necessity, router 3 can host the DHCP for the 2nd lan if need be) and at the same time it will run a wifi network that will have any client connect be in this vlan (this is how computer B access the vlan). So to review: router 1 has two wifi networks, one regular lan, one on the vLAN (where computer A accesses the network) router 2 sits between router 1 and router 3. router 3 is connected to router 2, and hosts a wifi network where all clients connected are on the vlan (this is how computer B accesses vlan) I tried this: On router 1 basic-> Network, under LAN I created a 2nd one at 192.168.2.1 and set "Bridge" to "br1", turned DHCP on. On router 2 I did nothing because I figure it dosen't need to be configured to pass the vlan over, but I may be wrong, I think I'm wrong. On router 3 on basic -> LAN I made the routers ip to 192.168.2.2 and turned off DHCP This is not working at all. A full detailed explanation is not necessary, if someone could point me to a howto video or website that would explain how this can be done, I would be much obliged.