If you wanted to utilize the remote sites dsl, you need to configure the ap in h-reap/FlexConnect mode. This way you can specify what SSID needs to be placed on what local subnet. You can still tunnel traffic back by not enabling h-reap/FlexConnect local switching.
That is fine. All you have to do is enable h-reap/FlexConnect local switching on the guest WLAN. Then change the mode on the AP to h-reap/FlexConnect and then the ap will reboot once it comes back up, you need to co figure the switch port as a dot1q trunk only allowing the vlans for the AP and guest. Set the native vlan on the trunk I the vlan the ap belongs on. On the h-reap ap, you will have another tab on the top for h-reap/FlexConnect. You enable vlan support and then put the vlan I'd the ap belongs on. Hit apply then go back to the h-reap/FlexConnect tab and click on vlan mapping. There you will see the guest SSID and then a box in which you can enter a vlan. That is where you will put your vlan for the guest. Now since this vlan your dsl is connected needs to reach all the AP's, you just need to create a layer 2 vlan and connect the dsl router to that. Users will get an ip from that dsl router etc.
For guest access, I run the the guest WLAN centrally switched (as the traffic is headed back to the main office for internet anyways), while the main data WLAN is locally switched. I suppose that you could do this the other way around if you needed to...
Transferring Crash file from standby: Login to the Active WLC in HA.
From CLI: (Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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