Put in the ability to specify the transmit key (I am not talking about the WEP key) in the WiFi configuration screen. The lack of this currently prevents me from logging in to my wireless network or even browsing the Web.
I asked somebody that know more about this than me and he said it was the ability to have more than one key that was missing. Specifying a transmit key only tells it to use one key for transmission but it uses all keys when receiving data. He also said that more than one key does not increase security so there is no reason to use more than one key. So the obvious solution for you is to only use one key.
I am using one key. Its just not transmit key 1. When you say "Specifying a transmit key only tells it to use one key for transmission but it uses all keys when receiving data.", what is "it" referring to, the Archos or the router?
The problem is the router generates a different WEP key for each transmit key. I tried using the WEP key for transmit key 1 on the Archos and it did not work. I tried using the WEP key for the transmit key the router uses on the Archos and it did not work. If I change my router to transmit key 1 and use the corresponding WEP key in the Archos, it does work.
The only solution available to me right now is to change my router to transmit key1. I can do this, but it will necessitate doing this for all my other wireless devices as well, a big PITA. Archos should have built this into their software from the start. Its not like its anything exotic, just standard wireless protocols.