How to setup Cisco wireless controller and APs?

I was given a task to setup these Wireless APs and controller using Cisco products. These products are 1 x AIR-CT2504-25-K9 CISCO/CONTROLLER 2504 WIRELESS  and 6 x AIR-CAP2702I-S-K/ CISCO Wireless AP. How to set them up? please show step-by-step. How about if APs are placed in different network segments?

Thanks in advance.
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NetExpert Network Solutions Pte LtdTechnical SpecialistCommented:
The below URL will help you to setup wireless controller for your office

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Craig BeckCommented:
Unfortunately that doc is for a different platform and is a bit out of date now.

This will help and is aimed at the 2504 which now includes an Express Setup wizard, which simplifies things :-)
MichaelBalackAuthor Commented:
Hi Craigbeck,

Let me read through your recommended link first, i will get back to you.
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MichaelBalackAuthor Commented:
Hi Craigbeck,

The wlan express setup looks promising. So, after setting up the wlan controller, does this mean that i can start ti connect air-cap2702i ap ti the network, and all these ap will grab ip from dhcp server? Any setup on ap?

Craig BeckCommented:
Yes, APs are zero-touch usually in that everything is done at the WLC. Once the APs have an IP they'll connect to the WLC if they're on the same subnet/VLAN as the WLC's management IP.  If the APs aren't on the same subnet as the WLC you'll need to configure DHCP option 43 to tell the APs the IP of the WLC.

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MichaelBalackAuthor Commented:
Thanks for Craigbeck to providing the article/steps on setting up the controller and get all the APs work seamlessly. Now, the whole wireless setup is working fine.
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