Does Airtel's fiber modem-router work in bridge mode?

Extreme Gamer

I would prefer to use my own router to manage the connection, while also avoiding double NAT which arises when you connect your own router via DHCP to your ISP's supplied router.

Hathway and Alliance supply ONUs here so you have to roll your own router, and Jio's router is a catastrophe (plus CG-NAT aka NAT666) which cannot be salvaged, so that goes out of the question.

I am already on hathway and the service in Kolkata sucks, so I want to change.
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In the zone
They would initially refuse . But i can confirm the nokia modem works in bridged mode. It has to be enabled by the bakk end team of airtel.

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