If the Wi-Fi gets switched on, then its BSSID will replace MAC address of gateway for ethernet ports

As soon as the radio is switched on then MAC address of gateway for ethernet ports will change to BSSID of Wi-Fi (MAC address of radio AP). As result of this the network name change for Windows 10 PC connected to the LAN0 as soon as PC is restarted.

If the Wi-Fi gets switched off, then ethernet MAC address of gateway is restored and network name change back. It came with TOS 4.0.

Nobody is wandering why Omnia propagate MAC address of radio access point (BSSID) to ethernet ports? That two segments should be divided by bridge, I think. Ethernet ports are connected through the switch and bus to CPU inputs. Radio communicate through PCI bus with CPU. So, bridging between radio and ethernet is done somewhere in core by software. Packets from ethernet to ethernet (LAN0-LAN4) should not reach wi-fi network. Or am I wrong?

Explained (at least for IPv4): If LAN is set as Public in PC with W10 then MAC address of gateway (Turris MAC mentioned on sticker at the bottom cover) is changed to MAC address mentioned on label sticked on WiFi card (at slot in Turris) as soon as WiFi is switched ON.

If LAN is set as Private then message ARP Cache poisoning attempt appears at the moment of WiFi is switched ON (source Turris gateway IPv4 address). If attempt is blocked then result is the same as mentioned above. If unblocked, then MAC of Turris LAN port from bottom cover is written to ARP table of TCP/IP configuration in PC for gateway IP address.