Hi @danielsim1007 . What type of NBN connection do you have?
You only use the Archer in bridge mode if you have FTTB/FTTN and your main router does not have RJ11 DSL port.
Regarding the D-Link router, the AX3200 indicates wifi speed. It has a proper model number.
At any rate, the WAN port of D-Link router connects to LAN port of Archer.
@danielsim1007 . Is this how you put Archer in bridge mode?
To put VR1600 in bridge mode:
Basically, delete the VLAN 2 connection and add a new VLAN 2 connection in Bridge mode.
The D-Link will be in standard mode with PPPoE, username and password (no IPTV/VLAN stuff). Connect D-Link WAN port to VR1600 LAN port.
The VLAN 2 refers to your TPG plan. If you have Bundled NBN/VOIP plan (even if you don't use a phone), set VLAN ID=2 in the bridge instructions. If you have Data Only plan, VLAN ID is not used.
When Archer is in bridge mode, you won't be able to login to it.
@danielsim1007 . I'd expect the Archer DSL light to be on since it does the connection to FTTB equipment.
D-Link WAN port connected to Archer LAN port.
D-Link settings are PPPoE, username and password.
D-Link Triple Play feature Disabled. D-Link does not do VLAN.
Can you check the D-Link System Log. There might be an indication of what it can see.