Tomato on a Asus Rt N66u can Vlan's tag by SSID only using engenius access points?

So I have the router running tomato, and several engenius units (5) throughout the building, I have 3 Vlans set up normally:
0) internet (wan)
1) Vlan internal
2) Vlan separated from internal with port 4 on router

If I use 2 SSID's , #1 called "guest" #2 called Private, is tomato smart enough to send a "particular" SSID to a designation vlan? such as sending "guest" to Vlan separated on port 4, and send SSID "Private" to Vlan Internal?
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nociSoftware EngineerCommented:
Yes it is.
You can link interfaces to a bridge and have several bridges.
every bridge has it's own broadcast domain.

Depending on hardware there may be a limitation on the VLAN' id's involved.
There are switch chipsets that have the requirement that VLAN'ids are in blocks of 16..
so vlanid's 24,25 are ok while 20 & 60 are not.

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