You've new your very first new job and you say "I'm getting immense trust from my manager" and "My colleagues have started to express that I'm talented."
and those are problems?
Your manager has given you trust but infer is that a problem. I don't think it is unless you are anxious that it's too much for you. If it is, just tell them. They will thank-you for being honest, but won't be happy if you keep quiet and struggle.
As for your colleagues, they are telling others that you are good, but are leaving you to fix issues yourself and not offering to help? Is that right?
Maybe they genuinely think you are good enough that you don't need any help.
That said, no-one knows everything. How long have you been at this job? How long have they been there? If you don't know, ask them. Just get to know them as people first and don't worry about their help. They seem to trust you and that's a great start. It's when people make preventable mistakes or do something that causes problems when trust is broken, and it's hard to repair.
Also, don't be in a rush to be the hero with the IT cape. Eagerness is one thing, rushing into big problems to save the day is another thing which can backfire if some people can't appreciate it.