I am wondering if it's possible to create a secondary SSID via a virtual LAN that is in the same subnet as the main wireless interface. In DD-WRT when you create a virtual SSID it does create it in the same subnet. The reason this is important to me, is that I have some Apple Airport Express devices that don't seem to work well with WPA2 security. They only work reliably for me with WEP. So I want to create a secondary SSID just for these devices. However, if they are not in the same subnet, the other Apple devices (laptop, iPad, etc.) cannot find the Airport Expresses. They must be on the same subnet. Unless there is a way to bridge them so that the Apple devices are tricked into finding them on the same subent, I'm curious if this can simply be done by creating the virtual SSID to exist on the same subnet as the primary one to begin with. Thank you!