I have a home router SmartRG (connected to DSL) + an Apple Airport (connected to SmartRG in Bridge mode) For some reason when I connect devices such as Android tablet or iPad I can't get connectivity to internet even though they devices connect to router without problem. Both tablets connecting to Apple Airport. I noticed the reason is the SmartRG router doesn't pass the DNS information via Apple Airport to the tablet. So I have to change the setting on the tablet from DHCP to Static and select the DNS (Open DNS or Google DNS). That resolves the problem. However why doesn't SmartRG router pass the DNS information through Apple Airport along to the tablet? When I add new network to tablet it connects the Apple Airport router and selects DHCP. (When I go and change the DHCP to Static DNS, the field for DNS shows the router address, so I assume DHCP would just let the router determine the DNS). In SmartRG router (connected to Internet) I have already checked and configured it to use the Static DNS (Open DNS or Google DNS). (Advanced Setup /DNS) I have Macbook attached to Apple Airport and connection works, but I did manually set the DNS in the networking settings in Macbook. Adding DNS in client device works as a workaround and I don't see a problem, however, I am wondering why is this happening. Is this normal that I would need to add DNS address to client devices? I haven't noticed this before. I have made changes long time ago to router settings but I don't remember what. It has been about 1 year and I haven't rebooted the router till now. I rebooted it and now I noticed the issue. So I assume I could have made some change before and it wasn't loaded till reboot now. Perhaps I am just missing something here.