Is it possible you could elaborate on the GRE failure issues you eluded to previously?
Correct, there is unfortunately none, CAPsMAN ony takes care about the wireless interfaces. So you have to add the bridge filter rules device by device.there does not seem to be a function to configure the bridge in CAPsMAN.
I don't understand this statement. How can the PC be its own DNS server? In any case, if the Mikrotik is not the DNS server for the PC, the static DNS records are never used, so the whole idea fails.The main DNS of the PC is 192.168.1.16 (the PC itself)
It's not so much a Mikrotik issue, it is a TP-link one. Have you managed to get rid of 18.104.22.168 as a DNS in the PC configuration? What do you get if you run the commandline on the PC and enter nslookup tplinkwifi.net there?sorry I'm a newbie to networks and microtik!