There is no current support for VLANs on the 340 or 350 series.
I have typically isolated the wireless network to its own VLAN in my installations. This is a requirement if you want to roam between access points.
I have heard rumors that VLAN support will be added to the products, however I don't know if this will be a software or hardware upgrade. I suspect that this could be a very interesting solution, since VLANs are not typically supported over a shared media, i.e. hub ports.
Another option that I just recently found is a Moblie IP client and server implementation. The Cisco IOS routers support the AA and FA functions of mobile IP, however Cisco does not currently have a Mobile IP client or server.
Two companies that do offer these applications are NetMotion Wireless (www.netmotionwireless) and Birdstep Technology (www.birdstep.com). They will allow for VLAN isolation over any type of network (Ethernet, WLAN, and various truly mobile protocols like CDMA and GSM). You do need a Mobile IP server and all VLANs need to be able to route to the server.
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