Have you already installed the drivers and software ? If so, check the manufacturer's website for driver/software updates and install them if available.
Check the router's firmware revision and update that if possible. Many wifi issues are the fault of the AP and not the Axim.
Some people say that open is more secure than shared, while others claim otherwise. The difference is in the authentication encryption. There are valid arguments to both, but the fact is that neither is secure. If you're concerned about security, wait for 802.11n, although it may be cracked before its spec finalization like most things “secure”...
Also, check if MAC filtering is checked or not. If it is checked, either enter the Axim's Mac address or simply disable it.
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Basicly the wireless router needs to be connected into the internet, then you will be able to connect to it. You need to install the card and make sure it works in your device, then connect into the router and it should work fine.
If u use a WLAN access point,
1. configure your wlan router to allow internet
2. choose "WORK" in the network connections configuration dialogs.
and maybe you will have to configure the proxy server too.
You will not believe me but I have a similar problem. I have also Belkin router at home and wireless connection with my e800 works perfect. A few days ago I have tried to connect my PDA to wireless router of my best friend. His wireless network is protected like mine and after configuration of all settings I had no success.
The funny thing is that PDA show me the status CONNECTED but I can not use the internet explorer. Like I said, at home with my Belkin it works properly. I can really not explain what the problem is.
Have you been able to connect through your router at home? I'd get that set up and running first. Then doing it on the road will merely be variations on a familiar theme. If you've tried at home but it hasn't worked, let us know something about your home network (what kind of router? using security/encryption?), and about what you've already tried so we can try to help.