Firstly, please bear with me if I don't use all of the correct terms/acronyms. I'll do my best. Secondly, thanks for all the great info and help already offered here, and thanks in advance for helping me with my specific issue. Here's where I am right now: 1. Primary device is a Linksys E3000 running 1.28.0000 MIPSR2-116 K26 USB BTgui-VPN. The default "br0" is 192.168.11.1 and I have added "br1" as 192.168.50.1. DHCP is enabled for both bridges. I've added a third vLAN with no port or bridge assignments. I also added a virtual wireless interface, wl0.1, and bridged it to LAN1 (br1). The other two wireless interfaces, eth1 and eth2, are bridged to LAN (br0). This all seems to work just fine. All of the ethernet ports and the two primary wireless interfaces all have full access on my network while the virtual interface, br1, has internet access only. 2. Second device is a Linksys E2500 running 1.28.0000 MIPSR2-116 K26 USB Max. Here br0 is 192.168.11.2 and br1 is 192.168.50.2. DHCP is DISABLED for both bridges. I've again created the third vLAN with no assignment, added wl0.1 and bridged it to br1, leaving eth1 and eth2 bridged to br0. Again connections to the physical ports or primary wireless interfaces work just fine. But no address is assigned when connecting to the virtual wireless interface wl0.1 (guest wireless). I tried enabling DHCP for br1 and then manually configuring the wireless connection on my computer. DHCP gave me an address but routed traffic to 192.168.50.2 (not surprised) and, even though the manual config matched the config assigned when connecting to br1 on the primary device, routing was still not successful. 3. Once I've figured this out, I'm going to add a third device with the same configuration as device #2. Please help me get the guest access working on this second (and third) device. Thanks.