Noramlly what you set up WDS Bridge would need to set up the WPA 2 Personal option under the wireless section and then security.
Since the SSID and Security has to be the same, that is were you would input that information in. As for making this set up work with a D-Link wireless router you'll more than likely run into the issue were that wireless device needs to support WDS. Even then you may also run into a issue with no having matching wireless chipsets as well.
More than likely this set up will not work for you. I would recommend using another WAP4410n to bridge the connection. Counting on what you are wanting to do a WET200 may also work for you since its just a wireless bridge and doesn't use WDS but I have never test this connection with a D-link router so I can't 100% guaranteed if this set up will work as well or not.
Hope this helps and let me know if you have any questions.