I'm trying to replicate what this guy has shown in this video ony with OpenWrt: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISzhlMCpk5I
Been trying a few configurations and can't seem to figure out the OpenWrt equivalent. I'm trying to do it with a single OpenWrt device, you only seem to need the second if your primary home router doesn't have advanced functionality. From my understanding any way, I don't see a reason to need 2 OpenWrt devices for this.
Using an up to date version of LuCi I go to Network > Wireless > select "Scan" & log into the GoPro's WiFi network. Have tried setting it as either AP or Client Mode with the firewall zone as LAN. When I go to Network > Interfaces > the go pro interface has traffic. With it set to Client mode instead of AP mode the interface has an IPv4 address of 10.5.5.101. When I go to Network > Static Routes > Add I select the gopro interface, I set the IP address of the GoPro network stream, which is 10.5.5.9(I test this with my computer signed into the GoPro WiFi) as the target address, sub net mask to 255.255.255.255, and the gateway address to the IP of the interface, 10.5.5.101. My home network looks like 192.168.7.XXX
However when I try to connect to the camera network stream using a python script that works on 10.5.5.9 it cannot reach the camera. This is the python library I'm using and works when my computer is connected directly to the GoPro AP but not using this method: https://github.com/KonradIT/gopro-py-api/blob/master/docs/docs.md
Does anyone have any thoughts or questions about my configuration that could lead to a solution?