The lab is configured with PVST+ on all switches. Currently I am using wireless bridges to connection different sections of a lab environment for the sake of mobility. Basically just bridging the the wireless interface and ethernet interface. All ethernet ports on the bridge are in the same VLAN.
SW1 ------ Wireless_Bridge_1 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~Wireless_Bridge_2 ------SW2
When frames go through the wireless bridge, the source MAC address is changed to MAC address of the bridge's wireless interface. Does this cause problems with layer 2 features (spanning tree, VTP etc.) At the moment STP seems to be working fine. What if I connect more STP speaking switches to the bridge? I think BPDUs should have all the information needed for STP to work, but the source address overwriting can be kinda confusing. Which layer 2 features can I expect to work over this type of wireless link (aka features that work just like it's an Ethernet link)?