@Mikaël-PIRIO While this worked for me as well, it required me to modify the settings of my wireless network; namely 1) making it 802.11g/n (previously hard-set to 802.11n only), 2) downgrade from AES to using TKIP. WPA or WPA2 doesn't seem to matter. Having to decrease the encryption strength of the network and switching MAC/PHY standard doesn't seem like a good long-term solution.
Some other puzzling observations: my previous router settings (802.11n, WPA2 with AES) works fine with the Omega 1; also, the Omega 2 works fine when connecting to my mobile phone configured as a hotspot with AES. Seems like an odd corner-case with the Omega 2 and certain APs when using AES. I suspect the 4-way handshake never gets completed since my router never receives the DHCP requests, but verifying/debugging this would require doing some wireless packet captures.