Re: Transparent vlan and management of remote switch
If you have Ethernet bridging enabled and have defined the vlan for the bridging, then the rap has to be connected to a trunk port and the traffic from the device that is connected to the MAP will egress out of the RAP's Ethernet port onto the trunk port. If you don't define and vlan for bridging then the traffic will be placed on the vlan the RAP is assigned to.
I was working with that doc and If my understanding is correct so it's not possible to have the same management Vlan (ie address plan) on both side.
Even if I use Vlan 2 for example, the RAP-MAP management adresses will be on the IP range of Vlan 2, and if i configure a switch on remote side (MAP) with IP address in vlan2, it won't be possible to telnet/ssh.
Workaround : use a third Vlan/IP range and trunk it on MAP side ? (I will try now)