I'm having problems with a guest vlan on a WAP being able to get DHCP address when connecting. The primary LAN (the main one) I can roam and jump between the main router and the AP. I have the VLAN configured the same on both main router and AP router. Wireless enabled in the admin / admin access but I don't think this is needed as it's wired and I'll only connect wired (thinking I should have this disabled, but Toasman's tutorial said to enable...) The authentication is correct on the AP and it's only after connecting that it can't get a IP address. The guest LAN is on a different sub-net and that information is the same on both routers. br0 is primary LAN br1 is secondary LAN (guest subnet) the main router is configured with DHCP enabled for both bridges, only difference is lease times (1440 for primary, 120 for guest). Secondary router uses lan port connected to main through lan port. The WAN port on the secondary is diabled and enabled connect through gateway when no WAN is enabled. I don't have any logging info because I don't have it enabled because I don't know what to do with that info yet. Are there any tricks or suggestions for why the secondary router (WAP) VLAN can't route DHCP request to the main router?