2 ssid's two dhcp scopes for home

i just bought a netgear nighthawk 700 ac1900 and thought that it would be able to give out a different dhcp scope for each ssid.
that doenst seem to be the case at this point.  havent found it anyway.

here is what im trying to solve.
i want to use opendns on the kids network but i want to use regular dns for the adults.  ie... the kids have the password for the protected network only.
is there a router that provides this for home use.  2 ssid's, each with the capability of having its own network settings.

if there is another good way to provide this functionality, i am open to suggestions.  I just thought two dchp scopes would work well for this scenario
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Michael-BestCommented:
You can Configure two or more SSIDs with netgear nighthawk 700 ac1900 Router
The setup is complex, so please read the manual.

For your convenience I have supplied this guide from: dotkam.com

"Configure Multiple SSIDs with One Router"
http://www.dotkam.com/2008/10/02/configure-multiple-ssids-with-one-router/

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jamesmetcalf74Author Commented:
I am able to setup two ssid's on my router. I  am unable to configure one dhcp scope for each ssid
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jamesmetcalf74Author Commented:
this is for a home network.
I want 2 ssid's  

1 for the kids - dhcp settings that use the parental controls dns servers
1 for the adults - dchp settings that use normal dns servers

the kids network will point them to dns servers that offer parental controls
the adult network not monitored.
Michael-BestCommented:
Have not done this myself and not sure if it can be done?
Hope someone with more experience can find a method to help you.

Regards,
Michael
Craig BeckCommented:
Install DD-WRT firmware on the router.  It'll let you configure multiple SSIDs on different VLANs or bridge-groups so you can create multiple DHCP scopes.

You could use the Guest wireless feature with the stock firmware too.
Richard DanekeTrainerCommented:
Placing the networks on two separate routers limits your ability to view files across the network.  With the kids, you should keep an option to explore their computers, if only to run a second opinion malware product.

OpenDNS does provide an override option and stats on web usage.  I believe you can solve your problem within OpenDNS.  Plus, should your kids determine you adult SSID password - your router configuration solution fails.
Craig BeckCommented:
You would have to apply OpenDNS servers to ALL computers on your network if you only use one DHCP scope to provide DNS configuration.  That wouldn't achieve what you want.

You can still view shared folders across subnets - it's just not readily viewable via the Network view in Explorer.
Michael-BestCommented:
As I posted before "Configure Multiple SSIDs with One Router"

http://www.dotkam.com/2008/10/02/configure-multiple-ssids-with-one-router/

flashed with DD-WRT

Linksys WRT54GL flashed with DD-WRT.  

http://www.hotspotsystem.com/dd-wrt-linksys-wrt54gl
Craig BeckCommented:
I already said install DD-WRT ;-)
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