To access you're Airlink camera from outside of your local network (wired or wireless), you need to configure port forwarding on your router.
First you'll want to setup your Airlink to use a static IP address. You can do this by setting a static IP address in the camera's setup page. (Alternativly, you can have the camera use DHCP and assign and IP address in the DHCP settings of your router.)
Then you want to setup a port forwarding rule in router. Forexample, you can set the incoming port to 81 and the forwarding destination to <airlink>:80.
Then you'll be able to access your camera remotly by opening a webpage to http://
Be advised that when you hook your camera directly to the internet like this, other people will be able to access your camera. Google's web crawlers find internet cameras and there are a lot of people who use Google to find open IP cams. So be sure to set a password on your camera. If your camera is in a super sensitive place, be warned that this camera doesn't support HTTPS so the user name and password is not encrypted. If you need to use HTTPS, you'll need to proxy the camera through a webserver or such that supports HTTPS.