I'm rather interested in IPV6 details section of your TP-Linkrouter. Lately I've experienced that internet on JIO does not seem to work despite having a proper IPV4 wan address unless IPV6 details are fetched.
I don’t have a Jio connection but I feel for bridge mode to work, the wan port and the bridged lan port should be on same vlan id.
Is that a possible configuration in jio? If yes then it is worth a try.
"The Company shall have the right to share FTTH Assets with its affiliates, third parties and other customers in any manner whatsoever, for which no separate consent shall be required."
So in case they use those hidden SSIDs (aka running on "their" FTTH Assets which they have detailed earlier in the document) for purpose they see fit, such as creating a mesh network with nearby residences, creating public hotspots and all of this using your electricity and resources, you have already agreed to their T&C and consented them doing all this. As far as I remember, Comcast try to pull something similar in the US at one point. There is a reason why they force their "Assets" on you instead of letting you purchase your own ONT. There is a reason they block incoming ports so that you explicitly use only their provided Smart / CCTV big brother solutions. There is a reason they do not let you bridge to turn the ONT Transparent at their end bypassing TR-069. Welcome to their Walled Garden"