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I a trying to setup a Cisco 4402 Cisco Wireless LAN Controller. The cisco documentation is awful on this project and does not really describe what interface does what.

I need a description of each possible interface, what it does, and where it should be plugged in (per say) to the network.

After that I need a brief overview of the tasks needed to be completed to get some LWAP AP's up and running and accepting client connections using the WLC to configure them.
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On the front should be the console port connections, one 9pin din, 1 RJ45.  On the back should be 2 10/100/1000 RJ45 connections to your network.   They are redundant.
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Did the step-by-step configuration documents I provided links to get you going in the right direction?
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