E4200 as a Access Point/Bridge Mode

I have spent most of the weekend trying to get this router to act as a proper Access Point.
Has any got this to work correctly?
When it does work (Stay connected) speeds and latency are rotten. If I go back to Routing Mode this thing kicks butt, but I isolate all devices attached to a different subnet and trying to set up proper routes has proved imposable.
Firmware 1.0.2 r 13
The online help stated to connect to the "internet interface" when in Bridge Mode DHCP Server Is not broadcasting to on the wireless or wired interfaces.
If I used the wired interface as the uplink I can broadcast the DHCP to any device on wired but again nothing to the Wireless.
When I "Show Routing Table" I see two static routes pointing to the ATT router for the Wired/Wireless Interfaces.....
0.0.0.0 255.255.255.0 (my Gateway) Wired/Wireless
(my Gateway) 255.255.255.0 0.0.0. Wired/Wireless
Why?? 
AP mode should only be working in Broadcast.
By connecting the Wired Interfaces alone up to my switched network should not use the router at all.
If you force all traffic to my router all traffic has to be inspected by the firewall
You create a bottleneck my router interface is 10/100.
ATT 2 Wire Gateway/Router with pinholes. 10/100/1000 Non managed 24 port Switch Network. Server infrastructure serving DNS/DHCP.
I decided to buy this after reading it offered Bridge/Access Point mode instead of getting the WAP610 because I wanted to have the option to change to routing mode or AP mode.
Since my ATT Uverse Router Wireless is “g” it takes forever to transfer files to and from my servers.

OK If this helps... I am running a SOHO
2Wire DSL Router with DHCP Off  Assigned 192.168.100.1 as the Router Gateway IP. NAT Enabled All firewall is being handled via 2Wire. Currently 2Wire WiFi is disabled. For the Linksys E4200
2wire 10/100 interface up-linked into my d-link 24 port 10/100/1000 Layer 2 unmanaged switch.
DHCP and DNS Servers on d-link switch
VOIP on d-link switch
Testing Results WAN Interface Bridge
E4200 up-linked via 10/100/1000 Internet Interface to d-link network switch.
E4200 Internet Interface DHCP assigned using MAC Reserved DHCP 192.168.100.22.
E4200 in Bridge Mode
Devices connected to 4X E4200 Gig Ports do not receive DHCP broadcast IP Address
Device Connected to E4200 WiFi do not receive DHCP BroadcastIP Address
Assign Static IP to my laptop WiFi in the 192.168.100.X range will establish communication but HUGE latency and poor speeds for any traffic internet or internally to any of my servers.
At times the connection gets lost.
In this configuration I get the above stated Route Tables.
If this is layer 2 compliant it should be handing all local subnet traffic via MAC instead of routing.
I have not taken the time to attempt to reconfigure my 2Wire to go into DMZ Plus mode and allow the linksys to handle all routing,  but from previous attempt with my wrt54 it did not go well. I accepted the slow 2Wire WiFi speeds.
It is now getting to the point I am looking for better WiFi to local LAN speeds , I also am looking to do Layer 2 and bypass Routing if I can.
The WAP160 has a 10/100 interface. I prefer gig

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