How to stop ICMP flood by Juniper firewalls.

I am suffering from a huge ICMP flood coming from outside zone to another zone..
is there a way to locate the main source form this attack to my firewall and how to stop it.
I am using Juniper firewalls isg2000
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Yup, you can use the screen options for your untrust zone bud.

Have a look at the web ui under        Network > Zones
and then select the screen options to edit.

From there you can drill down into FLood defence and specifically ICMP flood.

Screen options are for DOS protection and are free to all devices, no license needed.

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besmile4everAuthor Commented:
thank you.
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