Bridge mode on Optilink OP XONT 71000 750 rs modem

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rioreo

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Dear Forum Members,

I have this Optilink 750 rupees modem which is also acting as a router so far. Now that I have bought a TP-Link C6, I can't convert this little modem/router to a dumb modem. I have read many posts here and watched YouTube videos where they change the WAN profile from 'Route' mode to 'Bridge' mode but this little thing has no 'bridge' mode in it. I'm attaching some pics here for clarification.

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The drop down menus have no other options. There's only 'Route'.

What I have done so far:

1. Delete the WAN profile and created a WAN profile in C6 with the WAN MAC address from optilink modem. - No internet
2. Delete the WAN profile and created a WAN profile in C6 with the WAN MAC address from C6 (No changes in MAC) - No internet
3. Delete the WAN profile and created a WAN profile in C6 with the WAN MAC address from optilink with VLAN ID - No internet
4. Delete the WAN profile and created a WAN profile in C6 with the WAN MAC address from optilink without any VLAN ID - No internet
5. I did a factory reset in optilink modem and connected C6 with PPPoE profile. - No internet

FMs, please guide me on how to do this. I will give whatever additional info you need ASAP.
 
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Conor

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Also try turning off DHCP, and then configuring pppoe with vlan on your router
 
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Satya97

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This ont doesn't support bridging ,u have to use it in route ,then use C6 in dynamic IP mode or static ip mode
 

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