That was exactly my point. None of them show an attempt at using a serial connection.
In terms of being in the wrong subnet, the ssh warning would not have resulted without connecting to something at a 192.168.3.1 running an SSH service, and while that could be a router, the comparably custom address makes it more likely that it actually was the Omega2.
Even on a Linux box, you can usually see that the device exists without permission to use it.
The CP2012 works fine in recent OSX releases, and does not require any special permissions. However the proper driver from SiLabs must be installed - it is not included with OSX in the way that an open source driver supporting that converter typically ships with most Linux distros today.
Any ideas as to why I can't see the Omega when I scan /dev/tty? I've tried installing the driver many times and it hasn't given me any error messages.
See if it is listed in the USB section under system report.
Try a different cable. Try it with a hub. Try it without a hub.
Hi, I've just tried to use a different MB102 and short wires as suggested some days ago: Omega2 seems to work now, so the firmware was not corrupted and I don't need to flash the firmware. The problem was probably all about the power supply. I'll try with capacitor too. Thank you all :)