Hello all, I currently have a wifi network served by a TP-Link router, which I only use as a 'dumb' access point as I have a DSL modem/router that does the actual routing and acts as a DHCP server. Since I'd like to expand the network *and* I need to set up a guest network, it looks like the Airport Express would be a perfect candidate. What I have in mind is: - Airport Express connected via Ethernet, so it wouldn't act as a repeater - DHCP server and client disabled (has a static IP on the existing subnet) - Has the same SSID as the existing network but on a different channel (this should let all wireless devices see a single, wider network, correct?) - Guest network set on a different subnet Am I missing something, or is this all I need? I'm asking this because I've found reports of the Airport being little 'peculiar' in the way it's configured, i.e. it wants to be the main router or something like that. In my case it'd have to be content to be on the sidelines. Thanks in advance!