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Laptop dosent get a correct IP when i do a ipconfig- But it is getting a IP from a different IP subnet

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Hi

My predecessors had configured a subnet for  10.14.98.0/24 on the core switch with a separate VLAN and the VLAN ID is: 98. On the wireless controller I created new SSID called MARKT and also during the SSID configuration – under Advanced options – for the access VLAN , I have put 98.
Also I configure DHCP scope on the DHCP server and the address pool is (Start IP 10.14.98.2 – End IP :10.14.98.254)

The SSID (MARKT) gets broadcasted and when I click –connect- and after putting the wireless key and says ok. On the system tray - SSID the wireless icon I can see a yellow exclamation mark - it says Limited access.
Also if I hover the cursor on the wireless icon, it says domain. Local 2(unauthenticated)
No Network access.
If I do an ipconfig on the laptop it is releasing a different IP that belongs to a different SSID and subnet.
Please let me know how to troubleshoot this as where the problem could be . When do the ipconfig it must release the IP form this scope (10.14.98.2 – 10.14.98.254).
The Core switch is CISCO 3750  and the edge is WS-C2960X-48LPS-L.

This SSID is a new setup not sure if some configuration is missing .Any help will be great and thanks in advance.
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Jimmy Larsson, CISSP, CEH
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