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Laptop net getting the IP address through wireless network -Cisco command to view the VLAN configuration

Hi
We have Ruckus wireless network and I have 2 working  SSID.
SSID-A is on VLAN 81
SSID-B is on VLAN 82

My predecessors had setup a NEW SSID which is on VLAN 83  and it is not working.
When I connect my laptop to SSID-A or SSID-B it gives the IP address from that particular subnet.

If I connect my laptop to the NEWSSID, it says limited activity with yellow exclamation mark and gives APIPA 169.254.65.204 IP address.
There is a trouble shooting option with the Ruckus wireless controller using a mac address of the laptop and when testing the DHCP request fails and It looks like the NEW SSID is not set up properly to reach the DHCP server.

So our edge switches are POE Cisco switches and I would like to see the edge switches if they are set with DHCP helper address for VLAN 83
Please let me know the cisco command to view the VLAN configuration of VLAN 83 .
Or let me know if there is any better way of trouble shooting this issue.

Thanks and any help will be great.
Wireless NetworkingCiscoDHCPNetworking* Ruckus

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