Thank you for your question.
Unfortunately, my hunt for the Belkin wireless device you own has been
unsuccessful; however, I think I have a way of enabling the webcam
First, set a static IP address on the Windows XP WIFI interface. Next,
set up a port forward from the Internet to forward onto the Windows XP
WIFI interface. On the Windows XP WIFI interface set a port forward from
there to the webcam server (using Windows Firewall).
Let's assume you are using port 80 for the webcam server-- all you need
to do is forward from port 80 from the Internet to the wifi interface on
your XP machine and from port 80 on the wifi network to port 80 on your
webcam server. The data should then be sent back along the correct path.
If this does not work, try setting a static route to the 192.168.7.0/24
network using the default gateway of 192.168.2.2 (Windows XP wifi
interface once set static) on the Belkin router. You can then set up a
port forwarder on the Belkin device to forward directly to the
192.168.7.0/24 network without having to do two port forwards. This is
assuming you have the connections set up to function this way on your
Alternatively, you could also set up Network Bridging on your windows XP
machine. To do this, highlight your WIFI connection and your LAN
connection, right-click one of them and choose BRIDGE CONNECTIONS. You
can then use the same network on both cards without confusing anything.
I would advise you start with the first two options though.
If you need any additional clarificaton, let me know and I will be
glad to assist you.