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Problems with Addtron AES820TX Hub

I have an issue with an Addtron AES820TX Hub. The device is passing traffic, but I am unable to ping the IP address that has been assigned to it. This occurred out of the blue about 10 days ago. Tried rebooting it, and still it will not respond to ICMP, yet continues to pass traffic. Any thoughts other than perhaps the device is just faulty?

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Is there any change in the configuration made, like is ICMP blocked. If youa re bale to pass traffic without any issues and if the issue is just that you are not able to ping the HUB there is a posibility of blocking the ICMP requests.

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