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Norton core router firewall security

Hi I just did a network port scan from www.grc.com  and they are showing all Ports  closed my other router was showing stealth do you know how we could update this? Also how can I disable ping request?

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GRC Port Authority Report created on UTC: 2017-08-28 at 04:26:31

Results from scan of ports: 0-1055

    0 Ports Open
 1056 Ports Closed
    0 Ports Stealth
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 1056 Ports Tested

ALL PORTS tested were found to be: CLOSED.

TruStealth: FAILED - NOT all tested ports were STEALTH,
                   - NO unsolicited packets were received,
                   - A PING REPLY (ICMP Echo) WAS RECEIVED.

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Re: Norton core router firewall security

The only difference between a closed and a stealth port is that a closed port reports back that the connection is refused when a stealth port simply drops any incoming requests (simplified). They provide the same security to you as home user.
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Hi,  denegare thanks for the reply what about the  ICMP Echo Reply it should have the option to disable  


                   - A PING REPLY (ICMP Echo) WAS RECEIVED.
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Re: Norton core router firewall security

FWIW, Acknowledging ports (even though closed,) are quickly discovered and their associated WAN IPs logged by WAN (the Internet side of things) port scanners...

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and we can't view  any logs,  and no customize the RF power level for Wi-Fi

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Re: Norton core router firewall security

breda:

and we can't view  any logs,  and no customize the RF power level for Wi-Fi

FWIW, This is typical/normal for Wi-Fi routers (such as the Core) if/when Beam-forming/Multi-user-MIMO technologies are enabled/utilized. This is because these technologies need to actively vary the router's Wi-Fi radio(s) power output levels. These power variations assist the router in targeting your (Wi-Fi connected) device(s) with a more optimal signal reception/reception-selectivity, based on the device's currently "sensed" positional requirements relative to the router's (Core's) positional location (placement).

https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2014/05/wi-fi-networks-are-wasting-a-gigabit-but-multi-user-beamforming-will-save-the-day/

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