I wonder why it is that when with Capsman using datapath.local-forwarding=yes (ie local forwarding mode, also known as wireless default-forwarding) then datapath.client-to-client-forwarding is ignored / not supported, resulting in that you can basically only enable client-to-client-forwarding with "manager forwarding mode" (ie datapath.local-forwarding=no). Should you need client-to-client-forwarding in local forwarding mode then you would need to remove Capsman and configure all AP's fully manually. (note client-to-client-forwarding aka default-forwarding is a wireless setting)
And since there is always that one person chiming in "why don't you just use manager forwarding mode then?", because of bandwidth, not having to run data back and forth inside the network for it to only exit the Capsman and return to same switch / router where the access point resides, essentially making a 1.000Mb/s network a 500Mb/s network, or even less.
https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:C ... figuration
https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:I ... e/Wireless