Im currently using Belkin N 150 as my router. Been trying hard to set and reset the setting for the router so that my HTC Wildfire S can get connected to the router. Till now Im still unable to get connected to the router from my HTC Wildfire S.
However, in the shopping complexes or restaurants whichever happen to have the wifi, my HTC Wildfire S can get connected.
Issit something wrong with the setting or could it be Belkin?
Can your Wildfire S "see" your wireless network? I'm sure you'll get your Belkin to work with the right settings.
I connect the Wildfire S automatically and seamlessly now to either of two routers and a couple of access points on my WiFi network as I move about.
Make sure you haven't set your WiFi to CH 13 'cos the phone won't see that at all. I don't know if you are running straight Wireless N but I'm using a mix of 802.11 B/G/N mixed WiFi on the DLink Router (DSL-2730B) gateway at home and Wireless-G on a Billion BiPAC (7401VGPR3) gateway router at the other end. (The other couple of APs are running G)
In other words I don't know if my Wildfire S is actually using or able to use Wireless N at all - maybe just G which is fast enough.
Just as an aside, my LAN is spread over two buildings about 800metres apart with a wireless bridge joining them but I'm running a router gateway at each end as the wireless bridge can be a bit slow sometimes. However I digress.
The whole LAN Workgroup name and WiFi SSIDs are the same throughout. I'm using a security settings of "Auto(WPA and WPA2)" on the DLink and "WPA-PSK" on the Billion. Your wireless key is case sensitive so ensure you enter it the same as on the Access point(s).
Now as I move about and between buildings the phone auto connects AND doesn't then use Telstra when away from my WiFi unless i say so.
(As an aside, with two routers on the same network instead of getting really fancy with subnets I split the IP address range for each router and hard coded all IP addresses and gateway on the peripherals so each device would use the right router) The phone however just uses DHCP.
It also works well on other WiFis such as at Maccas.