Since getting a Superhub 3 I've been unable to pass the grc shields up! test because of the fact it responds to the ICMP ping request. On the superhub 2 this was configurable from the firewall page, however it seems to be absent now?
Do the firmware team have any plans to put the ability to block ICMP responses back into the hub 3.
If you'll recall, originally it blocked pings with no ability to disable/enable the feature, short of disabling the firewall entirely, which then broke port forwarding. Later firmware allowed the hub to respond to pings - but again gave no option to disable it should a user wish to.
I stated during the trials that this option should have been put back in. It really should have been actioned IMHO.
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@Ravenstar Point taken. If the ping echo were blocked then the TBB Monitor wouldn't work, so I suppose that's why it had to be default enabled in SHub3 when it was found that TBB monitor wouldn't work with the firewall enabled. Whereas in the SHub2ac it had the option to turn it on and off so as to enable the TBB monitor. Quite right this option was not included after being reported in the trials.