Trying to set Reliance Jio Fiber Gateway to Bridge mode got this message any one Have A Idea?

aniladivishnu.2000

asking & answering?
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Hyderabad India
@Dark_Nate
Joinis trying it's best....😂😂😂😂
Try out inspect element and get a preview of all the disabled options....
Then,we can work on it on XDA.
Does anyone know the OS of router.....Is it homebrew or is it some sort of Linux.?
Does it have usb port?
Sorry,I have never seen the ONT.
If anyone can give the inspect element,we may get few details.I hope to get VLAN I'd from it.
the router is made by Team F1 which is the brand launched in India with help of D-Link
they sores hardware & software from D-Link
then custamize as per the needs of the ISP
hence the the ONT should Use OS what the D-Link uses
&Yes the ONt has USB Ports
 


Kick933

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@aniladivishnu.2000
Yay man...
This is what I wanted to listen.
Just like JioFi,it is sourced and have all the option.
I once tried to do the same in JioFi to u lock it and it had options to select band and all other hidden options in html.
So,I have finger crossed.
Someone just need to inspect elements properly.
Try by disabling JavaScript in browser after login.
This worked for JioFi however we could not root it yet...but VLAN id can be found.
 
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@aniladivishnu.2000
Yay man...
This is what I wanted to listen.
Just like JioFi,it is sourced and have all the option.
I once tried to do the same in JioFi to u lock it and it had options to select band and all other hidden options in html.
So,I have finger crossed.
Someone just need to inspect elements properly.
Try by disabling JavaScript in browser after login.
This worked for JioFi however we could not root it yet...but VLAN id can be found.
why don't go anydesk someone who already have jiofiber and check???
 


Nitin

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@Kick933 There are hidden elements but how can i view the values?

Edit- There is even a hidden hgw mode
 
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Dark_Nate

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@Nitin May the force of the universe be with you. We're all counting on you to figure it out. Don't let us down.

Fortunately, most routers do not use any heavy encryption for local filesystem except for the password file at the most.

@Kick933 Use TeamViewer to help @Nitin out.

Do NOT publicly post the solution. Jio will then just patch it.
 
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