If it can be of any help, according to the MediaTek MT7688 Datasheet, the CPU chipset supports AES128/256CBC, WEP64/128, TKIP, AES, WPA, WPA2, WAPI and WPS: PBC, PIN. For any other VPN or security features, you have to build it yourself, or find the right software package.
Perhaps an alternative would be to use an unsecured connection to a router that does support PEAP?
Laziness is a sorry excuse when your system is being hacked by criminals. What is recommended to this day is WPA2 (AES) encryption with a really complex passphrase (at least 20 characters+numbers long). And if you are not using the WiFi network, turn the feature OFF.
@None-None With little or no knowledge dicided to try verbatim your suggestion.
Started with a FACTORY RESET Omega.
Then checked out the names of the interfaces which would be needed with the brctl command.
Ran the ifconfig -a command and got the following:
FTP and SCP are the only ones I know about since I use them and they do all I want.
However, a quick search also suggests that there is a SAMBA server available on the Omega. Doing opkg list samba* shows:
samba36-client - 3.6.25-5 - Samba 3.6 SMB/CIFS client
samba36-server - 3.6.25-5 - The Samba software suite is a collection of programs that implements the
SMB protocol for UNIX systems, allowing you to serve files and printers to
Windows, NT, OS/2 and DOS clients. This protocol is sometimes also referred
to as the LanManager or Netbios protocol.