Enable and disable ICMP PING in Windows 10 Firewall

  • From your local system, select Windows Button. 

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  • Now type Remote Desktop into the search box and click on it.

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  • Click Connect after entering the IP address of your Virtual Machine.

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  • Click OK after entering the Administrator Username and Password.

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  • Type cmd once you’ve connected to your VM/Remote Desktop.

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  • Right-click the command prompt and select Run as administrator from the context menu.

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  • Creating the IPv6 addressing rule

 

Now copy and paste the following command into the command prompt and press the Enter key:

netsh advFirewall Firewall add rule name=”OSRadar Rule PING IPv4″ protocol=icmpv4:8,any dir=in action=allow

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  • netsh advFirewall Firewall add rule name=”OSRadar Rule PING IPv6″ protocol=icmpv6:8,any dir=in action=allow

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  • We can now test it by pinging it from a remote computer:

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  • Type command in the CMD to disable the exception for IPv4 addresses:

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  • Please type the following command if IPv6 is being addressed:

netsh advFirewall Firewall add rule name=”OSRadar Rule IPv6″ protocol=icmpv6:8,any dir=in action=block

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  • To see every rule in the system in detail, run the command below:

netsh advFirewall Firewall show rule name=all

 

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  • Report in detail

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