Cisco Access Point: Wireless client is disconnected

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Access Points
Cisco Access Points
Cisco VLAN
VLAN management
WAP
Wireless router configuration
We have 21 Access Point in field in our company location. all are working and having the Good configuration along with channels and security authentication. But now a days we are facing problem with 3 access points where wireless client in one VLAN is not associating  and there is no problem in other VLAN. When I see command show dot11 association, it gives following reply. So I'm not able to see the IP address of the client due to this the associated client is not reachable from network which means the wireless client happened to be disconnected. 0017.2304.4467 0.0.0.0  4800-radio VMT-PM-131  self   EAP-Assoc

Software/Hardware used:
cisco ap 1242 and

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What is the IOS ver of these 3 Ap’s. How log looks ? Can you please provide configuration of the accesspoint

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