I understand what you are saying put i need little more explanitation.
To answe your question the wireless user are only on switch Switch2 not on Switch1.
If i understand correctly,switch2 will send traffic for guest using vlan 10 ,but i am not sure how the encapsulation takes palce on the switch for the VLAN.i am attaching network diagram hope it helps.
The wireless users connect to the ap and the ap sends their traffic through the LWAPP-tunnel to the WLC. So Switch2 doesn't even have to have vlan 20 or 30, because the user traffic enters the wired LAN through the WLC-connection to switch1.
Therefore i think, if you would put a machine on switch2 into vlan 20 or 30, the wlan-users would not be able to reach this machine, because their traffic would enter switch1 through the WLC but it would not pass the trunk.
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