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Allow Ping on Cisco Router

I want to ping only  Public IP, which connected to router via switch, browsing is working but if someone try to ping from global no responce.

If I disabled SPI Firewall Protection on cisco router then it's ping working correctly. Anyone help me to make global ping responce standby with SPI Firewall Protection enable.

screenshot: http://prntscr.com/i70iyq
Saiful Islam
Saiful Islam
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atlas_shudderedSr. Network EngineerCommented:
Is this on an  RV-320 or 325?  If not, please provide model type.

If so, open the WebUI, goto Firewall>General, deselect Block WAN Request.  Just a note, allowing ping responses will make it easier to confirm your presence to the world, good and bad intentions.  Not generally recommended unless there is a business need to justify it.
Saiful IslamAuthor Commented:
Thank you so much for your reply.
My Cisco Router model is WRT120N.
I can not find Firewall>General  as like as your instruction.
Here I put screenshot of router interface. https://prnt.sc/i70iyq

I'll be highly happy if you let me instruction accordingly my router model and configuration.

Looking forward to hear you.
atlas_shudderedSr. Network EngineerCommented:
deselect the Filter Anonymous Internet Requests option

Same caveats apply.
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