The smallest unit of a wireless network is the Virtual AP. On the commandline, you should clone the Virtual-AP and in the cloned Virtual AP, set it to the new VLAN. Then you can add that Virtual AP to the ap-group where you want that new vlan. First you should create new ap-groups for those locations, then add the cloned Virtual APs to those new ap-groups.
wlan virtual ap <new virtual ap name>
Clone <existing virtual ap name>
VLAN <new vlan number>
After that you can add the new virtual AP name to whatever ap-group you want. You cannot add that virtual AP to an ap-group that is broadcasting the same SSID, however...
wlan virtual-ap campusguest-vlan20
ap-group <new ap group>
You can do this as many times as you see fit.
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