@Christian-Toller in the omega2 /etc/config/wireless you are missing the > in '<router SSID' for both instances. not that it matters, i just noticed when reading. it's a good guide should i have the problem. it was either you or someone else that mentioned this issue before and as i result i tested my omega2 devices by unplugging my router they connect to and all 3 of them had no issue with reconnecting once the router was back up so i started to think it might be an issue with your specific router but did not know of the re-write of the file at the time so i'll have to go and check the files before & after the next time i test.
it's difficult to say exactly why the packets are getting duplicated. However, one of the reasons could be that Omega AP has the same IP range as the router (ifconfig should tell you if this is the case).
Might be also worth connecting to your router with another device and pinging the same host to ensure that the router is not at fault.
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.
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